ATLANTA (AP) -- Freshman Stephen Morris passed for 230 yards and a touchdown to win the matchup of backup quarterbacks and Miami beat Georgia Tech 35-10 on Saturday to stay alive in the ACC's
Morris, making his second start as Jacory Harris recovers from a
concussion, completed 10 of 18 passes and did not have a turnover.
Lamar Miller, Damien Berry, Mike James and Graig Cooper ran for
touchdowns and Miami had 507 total yards, including 277 yards
Miami senior Leonard Hankerson had three catches for 132 yards,
including a 78-yard touchdown, his 11th of the season to tie
Michael Irvin's school record set in 1986.
Miami (7-3, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) is chasing Virginia
Tech in the Coastal Division and will play the Hokies next week.
Georgia Tech (5-5, 3-4) has lost three straight for the first
time since the end of 2006.
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