Commentary

Miami's offense turns it around

Originally Published: October 5, 2009
By Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.

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1. Miami RB Javarris James

The senior running back came up aces on a night when Miami sophomore QB Jacory Harris was intercepted on his team's fist two drives. James' 50-yard run midway through the second quarter seemed to give the team a much-needed spark and set up Harris' 18-yard touchdown strike to TE Jimmy Graham, which cut the deficit to just three points at halftime. James also delivered with 38 rushing yards on a game-clinching drive that spanned 4:18. He finished with a career-best 150 yards in the home upset of the Sooners.

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