In a captivating double-overtime showdown, Miami stages an impressive comeback and shocks Clemson with a thrilling 28-20 victory, even in the absence of Van Dyke

The Miami Hurricanes have yet to win an ACC home game under head coach Mario Cristobal.

That changed after Ajay Allen got the go-ahead 3-yard run in the second overtime. And Miami ended the game on a fourth down to stun Clemson 28-20.

“We want to make Hard Rock a tough place to play where the Canes will not be denied,” Cristobal said.

Devontez Walker secures three touchdown catches, contributing to No. 12 UNC’s 41-31 victory against No. 25 Miami, maintaining their undefeated 6-0 record

Emory Williams playing in place of injured Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke completed 24 of 33 passes for 151 yards and a touchdown.

Hurricanes were 0-5 in home ACC games since the start of last season.

Cade Klubnik connected with Jake Briningstool on a pair of touchdowns for Clemson. The Tigers turned the ball over three times in the first half.

Clemson visit North Carolina State next. Miami hosts Virginia.



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