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Sights from Miami's first home win over FSU since 2004

 
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver D.J. Matthews (29) runs on the punt return during the second quarter of the game. (Monica Herndon, Times)
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver D.J. Matthews (29) runs on the punt return during the second quarter of the game. (Monica Herndon, Times)
Published Oct. 6, 2018

The No. 17 Hurricanes overcame a 20-point second-half deficit to shock FSU, 28-27. Miami (5-1, 2-0 ACC) kept its slim College Football Playoff hopes alive with tight end Brevin Jordan's go-ahead, 41-yard touchdown catch with 11:52 left. It was Miami's third touchdown in just over eight minutes, and it gave the 'Canes their first home win over FSU (3-3, 1-3) since 2004.

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