Miami Hurricanes News: North Carolina fallout

Oct 14, 2023; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 14, 2023; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; Mandatory Credit: Nell Redmond-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami Hurricanes football team was outscored 21-0 in the third quarter during a 41-31 loss at North Carolina on Saturday night. Miami fell out of the top 25 with the loss to North Carolina. The websites that cover Miami had more in-depth analysis of the overall state of the football team and what happened in Chapel Hill.

David Lake of Inside the U examined Turnovers, red-zone inefficiency and explosive passing touchdowns allowed tells the story of UM’s two losses.” Miami has stalled offensively in the red zone in the last two games and has allowed too many explosive passing TDs in losses to Georgia Tech and North Carolina.

Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald wrote that “Halfway through the regular season, Miami facing somber reality as goals begin to slip.” With an 0-2 start in the ACC, the Miami Hurricanes football team is a longshot for a berth in the conference championship game. Duke, FSU and UNC are undefeated in the ACC.

Alex Donno wrote the Miami Hurricanes Will Not Be A Good Team Until They Stop Shooting Themselves In The Foot” on All Hurricanes and discussed the issues on the Locked on Canes podcast. Donno has the task of hosting the Miami postgame shows with former Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier.

Canes County publisher Marcus Benjamin gave his Five Takeaways after Miami’s 41-31 loss to North Carolina.” Benjamin’s five takeaways discussed the play of Tyler Van Dyke, how Miami defends an up-tempo offense, the turnover issues, the inability to convert on third down and that there is still a lot to play for this season.

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Brad Crawford of 247 Sports gave his “College football bowl projections Week 8.” Crawford has as his Gator Bowl Projected matchup: Missouri vs. Miami. Miami has won all three games versus Missouri with the last meeting during the 1989 National Championship season by the Hurricanes.