Yeah, we know this ‘U’ is big, but it’s kinda representative of the night the Miami Hurricanes had on Thursday. It was just five days ago that the Tar Heels upset Pittsburgh to earn their first victory of the season, but by Thursday night, that magic seemed to have worn off, as they fell to No. 16 Miami 47-10. Both teams came into the game with a lot of questions surrounding the quarterback position, but in the end, turnovers got the best of the Tar Heels, and the Hurricanes took an early lead they never relinquished. The good(ish) news for the Tar Heels? Starting quarterback Chazz Surratt returned from suspension, but he still wasn’t able to do enough to earn the W for UNC on the road. Hey, guess what, Heels? At least you won’t lose next week! (It’s a bye week, but who's counting?)
By: The Point Staff
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