Miami's miracle win by the numbers

Miami pulls off an 8-lateral miracle at Duke (1:02)

With no time on the clock, Miami completes eight lateral passes and returns the ball all the way back for a touchdown to win the game in the most dramatic of fashions. The play went under review and was upheld as Miami knocks off Duke 30-27. (1:02)

It seems to be a recurring theme this season, but Saturday provided just the latest wild finish to a college football game this season. Duke scored twice in the last 2:40 of the game to take a 27-24 lead with six seconds to play. Here’s a look at Miami’s game-winning kick return by the numbers:

27 – Miami defensive back Dallas Crawford fielded the kickoff at the 27-yard line

8 – There were eight laterals on the kick return

46 – The kick return took 46 seconds, from the time Crawford fielded the kick through the point when Corn Elder scored the game-winning touchdown

91 – Return yards on Elder’s final touchdown return

5 – Players to touch the ball during the return

3 – Times Elder and Crawford lateraled the ball between each other, including the first and last lateral of the kick return

97 – Yards from the end zone Crawford was when he received the second-to-last lateral of the kick return

0.1% - Miami’s win probability at the start of the kick return