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Miami Hurricanes Vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Final Score: Miami Routs Georgia Tech 35-10

That'll do it. Graig Cooper scored for Miami with 2:18 left to make the score 35-10 and seal the victory for the Canes.

Tech had a chance. The defense held up and stopped Miami on fourth and goal from in close. The offense couldn't take advantage however, and the Hurricanes got the ball back in great position.

It was a very disappointing game for the Jackets. The defense has given up 487 yards of offense, and the triple option sputtered, managing only the 10 points.

Positives to take away from this game: Tevin Washington  will be just fine running Paul Johnson's offense. He looked great running, pretty good throwing it, and was able to get up from the big hits. Kevin Cone had a career game, scoring his first touchdown and making two other nice catches.

Negatives: The defensive effort. Al Groh's 3-4 looked like it had finally figured out what it was doing last week at Virginia Tech, but they were set back by Miami.

Georgia Tech is going to have to regroup quickly if it wants to get to bowl eligible next week against Duke, and definitely will have to figure some things out before Georgia in two weeks.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.