Miami vs. South Florida: 10 Things We Learned from the Hurricanes' Win

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Miami vs. South Florida: 10 Things We Learned from the Hurricanes' Win
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The Miami defense forced three turnovers and held USF's offensive attack at bay.

Sparked by 540 yards of offense, the No. 15 Miami Hurricanes went on the road, smacked the South Florida Bulls 49-21 and taught the viewers a few lessons.

Senior quarterback Stephen Morris led three scoring drives and threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns before exiting the game due to an ankle injury.

Freshman receiver Stacy Coley caught four passes for 96 yards and two scores, and second-string running back Dallas Crawford found the end zone twice, too.

Save for USF's first drive, the Hurricanes defense played a dominant game to help Miami improve to 4-0 for the first time since 2004.

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