Miami Hurricanes are Underdogs Against Virginia Tech, Maybe.

BLACKSBURG, VA - OCTOBER 20: Running back Travon McMillian
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Miami has next meticulously, and OK miraculously, played themselves into a position where they can materialize national semblance. Miami hides like predatory ambush spokesmen behind its patented smoke entrance but this time the Hurricanes need to hit the field and not disappear.

The Hurricanes have won their last four games by a total of 18 points. They needed late drives and a pair of miraculous catches from Darrell Langham to defeat Florida State and Georgia Tech, a late defensive stop to beat Syracuse and a fumble recovery and clock killing drive in the final minutes to defeat 1-8 North Carolina.

Stay visible. Stay vigilant. Stay passionate. Stay hungry. Stay the course. Stay victorious. Stay woke. Miami just stays on the damn field and remind all the doubters why you got here in the first place. One win away from a potential Coastal birth. One win away from an ACC championship opportunity.

The Hurricanes have not played this important of a game and won in over a decade. Take your pick.

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The 2003 Orange Bowl win vs FSU? The 2004 Peach Bowl win vs. Florida? If Miami ever wants to prove to the world it belongs back on marquees times on marquee networks then it needs to come off the history channel. You can change the channel Saturday.