DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -
threw four touchdown passes and ran for another, accounting for three third-quarter touchdowns to lead Miami past Duke 49-31
The freshman took over for starter
in the second quarter and became the first Miami quarterback to both throw for four scores and account for five TDs since
did it against Wake Forest.
Harris finished 18-for-28 for 185 yards with two interceptions to help the Hurricanes rally from a 10-point deficit, outscore
35-14 in the second half and outduel childhood friend
The Duke quarterback - a Miami native who once taught Harris how to play the position - was 12 of 28 for 130 yards with two
touchdown passes and also ran for a score, but fell to 0-3 as a starter against his hometown team.
Miami (4-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) rolled up 420 yards in claiming its 78th straight win when scoring at least 42
points - a string that dates back to the ''Hail Flutie'' loss to Boston College in 1984 - but for much of the way, this one
was anything but a rout.
Duke (3-3, 1-2) took a 24-14 lead early in the third quarter before Harris took over, capping a three-play, 69-yard drive
with a 15-yard keeper that pulled them within three.
Then, he put them up for good with less than 3 minutes left in the quarter, finding
from 6 yards in the corner of the end zone over safety
to make it 28-24.
Harris threw a 25-yard touchdown to
on Miami's next possession, then added a 10-yard TD toss to
in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.
Earlier, he had a 9-yard touchdown toss to
with 11 seconds left in the first half.
One of his few mistakes helped Duke match its largest lead - two plays after Adrian Aye-Darko's second interception of the
game, Lewis threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to
to push the
' lead to 10 - but it was all Harris and the Hurricanes after that.
Lewis, whose previous two losses to Miami came by an average of 7 1/2 points, also threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to
and ran 1 yard on a bootleg for a TD for the
ran 2 yards for a touchdown with 12 seconds left for Duke.
Marve, who made his sixth straight start, was 4-for-7 for 64 yards with a 17-yard touchdown pass to
in just over one quarter of work. He was pulled early in the second after Aye-Darko intercepted his poorly thrown deep ball.
hoped to draw inspiration from their pregame walk to the stadium that took them through Cameron Indoor Stadium, where the
basketball team held its annual Blue-White scrimmage and where Hall of Fame coach
shook each players' hand.