Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Just when you're ready to get Mike London or Al Golden on the phone, Virginia coach Al Groh grabs on to a life preserver.
Just when you're ready to criticize Miami quarterback Jacory Harris for yet another interception and his decision-making, he gets the Canes right back in the game with a huge play.
Never count Harris -- or Groh -- out before it's over.
Virginia took a 10-3 lead, but Harris answered right back with a touchdown and it's tied at 10 in Miami. The Cavaliers can keep things interesting with their pass defense today, so Harris can't continue to help them with turnovers and field position.
Nothing is a given in the ACC, especially with Groh and Harris on the field, two of the conference's comeback kings.