Sunday, September 23, 2012

Miami Hurricanes rally to defeat Georgia Tech in Overtime.

University of Miami's James Gains loses his helmet as he tackles Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee during the first quarter at Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field in Atlanta on Saturday, September 22, 2012. Photo Gallery
ATLANTA -- In a wildly intense game that made them look like champions for the first quarter and chumps for the next couple, the Miami Hurricanes proved in the end they have a fighter’s heart.

Miami rallied from a 17-point deficit — after blowing a 19-0 lead — to defeat Georgia Tech 42-36 in overtime Saturday and take first place by itself in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division.

Senior running back Mike James scored four touchdowns. His 10-yard catch with 27 seconds left in regulation tied the score, and his 25-yard game-winning run contributed to a stunning offensive performance by the Canes — 609 yards, a career-high 436 of them thrown by quarterback Stephen Morris.

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Miami's Mike James celebrates one of his four touchdowns with Clive Walford in the end zone. Photo Gallery
Miami wide receiver Malcolm Lewis is injured on the play as Georgia Tech's outside linebacker Brandon Watts falls on his leg. Photo Gallery