Miami Football: 5 Plays That Decided the Game vs. USF

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Miami Football: 5 Plays That Decided the Game vs. USF
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Jimmy Gaines made the biggest play of the day with his second quarter interception.

The Miami Hurricanes bounced back from a loss last week with a 40-9 pounding of the South Florida Bulls.

Quarterback Stephen Morris became the first player in school history to post two 400-yard performances in a season with a 413-yard, three-touchdown game.

Clive Walford, Herb Waters and Phillip Dorsett all had 100-plus yards receiving, while Kendal Thompkins added 80 more.

Miami improved to 6-5 with the win, making the team bowl eligible for the fifth consecutive season. The Hurricanes face the Duke Blue Devils next week with a chance to win the Coastal Division.

Here are five plays that decided the game against the Bulls.

 

Note: Highlights and Statistics courtesy of ESPN.com

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