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A six-pack of Hurricanes notes on a Wednesday: ▪ The Miami Hurricanes are honoring their 1983 national championship team at Saturday's UM-FIU game at Hard Rock Stadium (3:30 p.m., ESPN2). So it was appropriate that the quarterback and face of that first UM championship team, Bernie Kosar, addressed players last weekend in an impromptu speech at a Toledo hotel.
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The FIU Golden Panthers are 27 point underdogs to the Miami Hurricanes better known as their cross-town rival. FIU and the University of Miami face off on September 22nd at 3:30pm eastern time on ESPN2/U at Hard Rock Stadium.
The No. 21 University of Miami and FIU have met twice in football. But, oh, what a history they have. On Monday, Hurricanes coach Mark Richt spoke briefly about FIU and its coach, former Canes coach Butch Davis, during his weekly radio stint on WQAM with Joe Rose and Zach Krantz.
The FIU Golden Panthers travel a few minutes to take on the Miami Hurricanes at Hard Rock on September 22nd at 3:30pm on ESPN2. Miami is a massive favorite heading into this matchup, as Odds Shark has Miami sitting as a 27 point favorite as betting lines open for the game.
By David Villavicencio HurricaneSports.com CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Football fans typically watch the ball because that's where the action is. If you're watching a Miami game then wherever you see the football, a Hurricanes defender is likely nearby. And if the football is behind the line of scrimmage, a Canes defender is usually making an impact play.
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The Panthers quarterback is Bowling Green transfer James Morgan. Morgan has 3,890 career passing yards and 31 touchdowns to 25 interceptions. His 62.9% completion percentage is the best of his career. **The FIU offense is averaging 39.7 points per game which is tied for 34th nationally.