CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Miami wasn't impressed with the way it
played against Duke.
Voters weren't so harsh on the 'Canes.
The Hurricanes returned to The Associated Press Top 25 poll on
Sunday, checking in at No. 25 after looking less-than-sharp in a
28-13 victory over Duke. Miami forced seven turnovers -- its most
since 2001 -- but managed to convert those takeaways into only 14
This week, Miami (4-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) hosts
North Carolina (4-2, 2-1). It's a critical game for both teams in
the ACC's Coastal Division race, and the Hurricanes have lost three
straight in the series with the Tar Heels.
Says Miami coach Randy Shannon: "We've still got a long ways to
go, still have a lot of things to get done."
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