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Hostile territory awaits Hurricanes

After a less than dominating 24-14 victory against Duke, Miami now delves into hostile ACC territory at the site of a last-second field goal that gave UNC a 31-28 victory over then-No. 4 UM in 2004. The Hurricanes and Tar Heels have met twice since then, with UM winning both games at home. This will be the first time UM returns to Chapel Hill since the day a packed crowd dressed in baby blue stormed Kenan Stadium. (Miami Herald)


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