Saturday, October 25, 2014

Miami (FL) at Clemson

Miami brings momentum into its Week 5 matchup with a Clemson team coming off a bye week.

Miami offense vs. Clemson defense
•  The Hurricanes' receiving corps is one of the deepest and most talented in the nation. Leonard Hankerson, LaRon Byrd and Aldarius Johnson have size and offer a physical presence down the field. The undersized Travis Benjamin brings versatility to the group with his track-star speed and ability to stretch the field and create big plays. This unit should be able to challenge a Tigers secondary that has struggled to limit the big play thanks to communication errors and a lack of elite athleticism, but Miami QB Jacory Harris is the wild card in the equation. Harris has struggled on the road during his career and erratic decision-making and accuracy have led to six interceptions in his past two games, and if the Hurricanes hope to get a key conference win on the road it is critical that he capitalize on the opportunities he is presented this week.



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