Momentum shift in Miami: Canes lead 14-10
October, 3, 2009
By Heather Dinich | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
MIAMI -- The Canes came out of the locker room playing inspired football. Brandon Harris forced a fumble when he sacked Landry Jones, Joe Joseph recovered it, and Miami had the ball on the Sooners' 11-yard line. The Canes scored one play later. Finally, there was a turnover that went in the Canes favor. It was important for Miami to come out fast, and for the first time tonight, the Canes have the lead.
In a game as low scoring like this, it will be those kinds of plays that make the difference -- just as Jacory Harris' interception did in the first half. In a low-scoring game, all it takes is a special teams miscue or one great play to change the game, and that's what Miami just did.
Just remember, Miami came out of the locker room fired up at Virginia Tech, too, and it didn't last long.