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The Miami Hurricanes lose 4 games back to back

The Miami Hurricanes faced one of the worst home losses during their Saturday game

The Miami Hurricanes hosted their biggest rival, FSU, on Saturday. Fans were excited to see this game, hoping the Hurricanes secure their big win.

However, things didn’t go as expected, and the Canes faced their worst loss against FSU at Hard Rock Stadium.

Here's all you need to know about the game:

What happened during the game?

This Saturday, the Miami Hurricanes lost the game against FSU by 45-3. UM lost Tyler Van Dyke by halftime, and the player was out of the game. Van Dyke had experienced a shoulder injury before, and during the game, he reinjured his shoulder.

In the second quarter, Van Dyke was replaced by the freshman quarterback, Jake Garcia. After Gracia’s interception on the pass, Florida State made it 28-3 before Jacurri Brown replaced Garcia.

While the Canes had a tough time playing, Florida State played gloriously.

The Miami Hurricanes' gameplay

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The past 4 home games have been devastating for the Canes. In fact, this is the first time since 1973 that the team has lost 4 back-to-back home games. For the team to be eligible for a bowl, they need to win at least two of the three remaining games in the season.

The last win for the team at Hard Rock Stadium was in September. Since then, they’ve lost to FSU and three other teams.

Since Miami Hurricanes have defeated Virginia Tech, their next game will be on November 13 against Georgia Tech. From then, the team shall go up against Clemson.

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