Russell Athletic Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned in Miami's Loss vs. Louisville

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Russell Athletic Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned in Miami's Loss vs. Louisville
Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports
Artie Burns was close to breaking up DeVante Parker's touchdown, but close didn't cut it for the entire Miami team.

The Miami Hurricanes were seeking their first postseason win since 2006, but the Louisville Cardinals hammered "The U" into the ground, sending the 'Canes to a 36-9 blowout loss Saturday in Orlando.

Offensively, Miami had trouble throughout the entirety of the game, failing to convert a single third down. Quarterback Stephen Morris was constantly under duress, and the running game continued to be lost without Duke Johnson.

The much-maligned defense actually played well during the first half, but Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's 447-yard performance can be summed up as a clinic.

After the brutal loss, Miami finishes the once-promising 2013 campaign at 9-4, and a few brutal lessons were learned about the 'Canes.

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