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Miami fends off Virginia to stay undefeated (1:41)

No. 3 Miami rallies from a 28-14 deficit in the third quarter to defeat Virginia 44-28. (1:41)

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Rosier extends lead with TD run (0:35)

Miami's Malik Rosier takes off on a designed quarterback run and patiently follows his blockers to the end zone to give the Hurricanes a 37-28 lead. (0:35)

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Miami forces Benkert mistake, scores pick-six (1:01)

The Turnover Chain is back out and Miami is back in it after Jaquan Johnson picks off Kurt Benkert and returns it 30 yards to tie Virginia at 28-28. (1:01)

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Rosier connects on end zone fade for TD (0:30)

Miami's Malik Rosier finds Lawrence Cager on a play-action fake fade in the red zone as Miami cuts the deficit to 28-21. (0:30)

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Benkert continues phenomenal performance with TD strike (0:39)

Virginia's Kurt Benkert is 18-for-19 with 288 yards and 4 touchdowns following a 26-yard touchdown throw to Daniel Hamm as the Cavaliers lead the Hurricanes 28-14 in the third quarter. (0:39)

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Richt says Miami has been here before (0:30)

Miami head coach Mark Richt says although there wasn't much room for the offense to operate in the first half, his team has been in this position before. (0:30)

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Virginia focuses on output, not outcome (0:28)

Virginia's head coach Bronco Mendenhall breaks down his team's exciting first half performance and says quarterback Kurt Benkert looks "poised" playing in his home state. (0:28)

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Official review gives Virginia first-half lead on huge TD (1:06)

Virginia's Andre Levrone makes a 33-yard catch and establishes possession in the end zone before losing the ball. An official review gives Virginia a touchdown and a 21-14 lead over Miami at the half. (1:06)

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Rosier-Harris connection ties game for Miami (0:32)

Hurricanes' quarterback Malik Rosier steps up in the pocket and delivers a perfect ball just behind the Virginia secondary and Dayall Harris makes the catch for the 36-yard score to tie the game 14-14. (0:32)

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Miami answers with red-zone TD (0:47)

Miami quarterback Malik Rosier brings the Virginia defense in with a play-action fake and throws a beautiful fade ball to Ahmmon Richards to put the Hurricanes on the board as they trail the Cavaliers 14-7. (0:47)

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Benkert perfect on 75-yard TD (0:45)

Virginia's Kurt Benkert rolls right and slings one deep for Joe Reed, who leaves his corner in the dust with an out-and-up for the 75-yard score. Benkert is 10-for-10 to start the game. (0:45)

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Virginia strikes first on the road in Miami with 33-yard TD (0:39)

Cavaliers quarterback Kurt Benkert rolls outside the pocket and hits Olamide Zaccheaus, who turns it up the field and burns the Miami secondary for the touchdown as Virginia takes an early 7-0 lead. (0:39)

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Homer shakes loose to add to Miami's lead (0:55)

Miami's Travis Homer takes the hand-off and breaks free for a 19-yard score as the Hurricanes take a 44-28 lead late in the fourth. (0:55)

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4th down sack gives Miami ball (0:41)

Miami's Trent Harris gets around the running back and sacks Kurt Benkert on fourth down to give Miami the ball. (0:41)

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Rosier intercepted on deep ball (0:31)

Miami's Malik Rosier throws it deep for Jeff Thomas but Virginia's Juan Thornhill attacks the ball at its highest point and comes down with the interception. Miami would kick a go-ahead field goal on the ensuing drive. (0:31)

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Virginia blocks punt (0:44)

Virginia's Charles Snowden breaks through on the right side and blocks the Miami punt to give the Cavaliers the ball and momentum. (0:44)

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Homer gets Turnover Chain after fumble recovery on punt return (0:49)

Virginia's Daniel Hamm muffs the punt and Miami's Travis Homer is there for the recovery giving him the Turnover Chain. (0:49)

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Rosier escapes, setting up great Harley catch (0:34)

Miami's Malik Rosier escapes a sack deep in the backfield and rifles the ball to Mike Harley who makes an athletic catch for the first down. (0:34)

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Virginia misses golden opportunity with onside kick (1:12)

It appears that Virginia perfectly executes the onside kick, but a fight for the ball at the bottom of the pile and an illegal block penalty on Virginia gives Miami the ball in great field position. (1:12)

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Jackson first Turnover Chain recipient (0:59)

Miami's Michael Jackson proudly wears the Turnover Chain after he recovers a Virginia fumble forced by Zach McCloud. (0:59)

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Virginia keeps momentum with tip-drill interception (0:37)

Miami's Malik Rosier's pass is deflected in the air and Virginia's Quin Blanding comes racing in to make the diving interception to give the Cavaliers the ball back. (0:37)

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Experience helps Hurricanes overcome slow start (0:40)

Mack Brown and Booger McFarland react to Miami's second-half surge to beat Virginia and why the Hurricanes better be ready to play when they head to Pitt. (0:40)

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Miami delivers on expectations and scores final 30 points (1:24)

Virginia's Kurt Benkert was outstanding for three-and-a-half quarters, but Malik Rosier and Miami prevail scoring the final 30 points. (1:24)

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Miami overcomes early Virginia lead to remain undefeated (1:14)

Miami head coach Mark Richt explains that despite going down early, his team and the fans kept fighting as Miami would score 30 unanswered points to win 44-28. (1:14)