Miami vs Wake Forest

Aldarius Johnson

Aldarius Johnson makes a clutch reception on a 4th-and-sixteen with the ‘Canes down 27-21 in the closing minutes to keep the drive alive. Two plays later, Travis Benjamin scored the the go ahread touchdown to give the ‘Canes a 28-27 comeback victory over Wake Forest Saturday.


MIami 28, Wake Forest 27

While Travis Benjamin couldn’t grab this pass (above) in the first half, he came up big when it mattered most.

Benjamin’s 13-yard touchdown catch from Jacory Harris with 1:08 left lifted the ‘Canes to a 28-27 victory over Wake Forest yesterday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Harris went 22 of 43 for 330 yards and three touchdowns and the Hurricanes overcame both a 17-0 first half deficit and the Demon Deacons 555 total yards of offense for the victory.

Miami vs Wake Forest Revisited

Last year Miami narrowly escaped with a 16-10 victory over Wake Forest at Dolphin Stadium. Thearon Collier’s 25-yard reception on a third-and-10 with three minutes remaining sealed the game for the ‘Canes.

The end of the game also featured the appearance of Chris Hayes, whose story was chronicled on ESPN’s Gameday this morning. The web article can be read here.