Virginia football (2-2, 0-2) will hope to turn their season round with a win at Miami (2-2).
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According to the Daily Progress’ Bennett Conlin, who is in Miami Gardens, the Cavaliers’ star tight end Jelani Woods is out for the Wahoos, as well defensive end Adeeb Atariwa and defensive back De’Vante Cross have all been ruled out for the game.
A source earlier told Wahoos247 that running back Wayne Taulapapa did travel with the team and is expected to feature in the match up, meanwhile this same source saidkicker Justin Duenkel will also not feature
On the Hurricanes side, Miami is without D’Eriq King and backup quarterback Jake Garcia. Tyler Van Dyke will be Miami’s starter and the backup is Peyton Matocha.
Miami missed the game winning field goal and Virginia wins.
Miami 29 Virginia 30 4 Q 9:09 to go: Tyler Van Dyke scrambles for a 24-yard touchdown.
Miami 21 Virginia 30 4 Q 12:52 to go: Thompson drops what would’ve been a touchdown, but Brendan Farrel boots a 30-yard field goal.
Miami 21 Virginia 27 3Q 1:04 to go: Wake Forest’s up-tempo pace caused some problems last Friday and it caused some problems again when Miami picked things up. Harris went untouched for the 57-yard touchdown.
Miami 14 Virginia 27 3 Q 5:50 to go: Dontayvion Wicks had his first catch and it was one of the best catches this season. The ball bounced off the hands of a Miami defender, hit Wicks in the back then he casually grabs it for a 36-yard touchdown, stealing an interception. UVA converts the two-point conversion.
Miami 14 Virginia 19 3 Q 9:42 left: Brennan Armstrong throws the interception and then three players later Van Dyke throws the touchdown pass.
Miami 7 Virginia 19 3 Q 11:54 to go: Backup kicker Brendan Farrell drills a 43-yard FG. The kick was set up by a 34-yard run by Thompson who had some nice blocks in front of him
Miami 7 Virginia 16 2Q :50 to go: Mike Hollins scoots for a 25-yard touchdown. Virginia went 80 yards on eight plays and only burned one timeout.
Miami 7 Virginia 9 2Q 2:30 to go: Cam’Ron Harris leaps into the end zone for a 1-yard TD. The drive was started by a big play by the Canes after a 36-yard pass to Rambo ignites the 54-yard drive.
Miami 0 Virginia 9 1Q 1:05 to go: Virginia safety after downing punt at 1. Hometown boy Mandy Alonso says hello to South Florida after getting the penetration and safety.
Miami 0 Virginia 7 1 Q 7:21 to go: Virginia goes 79 yards on ten plays. Drive starts with a 27-yard run by Wayne Taulapapa, was aided by Keytaon Thompson and finished by Taulapapa with a 1-yard TD run.
Miami wins the toss and has elected to defer.
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