Miami Avoids Shocking Upset vs. Wake Forest with 4th Quarter Comeback Win
The Miami Hurricanes survived a scare against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Saturday, winning 24-21 thanks to some late-game heroics.
Down 14-10 heading into the fourth quarter, Duke Johnson was able to score a four-yard touchdown to put the Hurricanes on top. However, Tanner Price answered right back with a 44-yard score on a wheel route to Dominique Gibson to make it 21-17 with Wake Forest ahead.
On the next drive, Miami stayed patient, running and passing the ball. They drove down the field and scored on one-yard touchdown from Johnson once again with just under a minute remaining.
Price had a chance to lead Wake Forest to an epic comeback, but he was intercepted by Antonio Crawford and the game was over.
Johnson was the clear player of the game, running for 168 yards and two touchdowns while averaging 5.6 yards per carry. Despite being banged up heading into Saturday, he had a season-high 30 carries in the win.
The Hurricanes survived a scare, now we will have to see if they drop at all in the next BCS rankings.
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