=== Hurricanes rally past Tar Heels to remain unbeaten ===
 Chapel  Hill,  NC (SportsNetwork.com) -  Duke Johnson exited early and Stephen
 Morris threw four interceptions.
 Thrust  into the  top ten  for  the first  time in  four years,  Miami-Florida
 somehow remained unbeaten.
 Dallas  Crawford's go-ahead  3-yard touchdown  run with  16 seconds  remaining
 lifted  the  10th-ranked Hurricanes past  struggling North Carolina, 27-23, on
 "We  have four  interceptions,  we  lose pivotal  players  and everybody  just
 rallies,"  Miami  head coach  Al Golden  said. "It  just says  a lot about the
 The  Hurricanes (6-0, 2-0 ACC) tallied the final 14 points to overcome a 23-13
 fourth-quarter deficit. They're 6-0 for the first time since 2004.
 Trailing  23-20  with 4:11 left,  Miami regained  possession at its own 9-yard
 line following a UNC punt.
 The  Hurricanes ran  the ball five straight  times to move the ball to the UNC
 49. Crawford picked up five yards on a 3rd-and-2 before Morris hit Herb Waters
 for a 17-yard gain to put the ball at the Tar Heels' 11-yard line.
 Crawford,  who  ran for 137  yards and two scores  on 33 carries, scampered in
 from three yards out on a 3rd-and-2 to put Miami in front.
 "The  defense was  making plays throughout the game. I really thought we would
 stop  them...I really  did and we came  up short," UNC head coach Larry Fedora
 Johnson, fourth in the FBS coming with 190.8 all-purpose yards per game coming
 in, had eight rushes for 83 yards, including a 59-yard gallop. He exited after
 taking  a  knee to  the back  of the head  while pass  blocking in the opening
 Morris  was 19-of-35 for  322 yards for Miami, which hadn't been ranked in the
 top  10  since Oct. 18,  2009. Morris tossed just  four picks all year heading
 into the game.
 Allen Hurns caught six passes for 98 yards in the triumph.
 Eric  Ebron hauled  in eight receptions for  199 yards and a touchdown for the
 Tar  Heels (1-5, 0-3), who have dropped four consecutive contests. Bryn Renner
 completed  28-of-36 passes  for 297 yards with a touchdown and interception in
 Ebron's 71-yard score, sandwiched around a pair of Matt Goudis field goals, in
 the first stanza helped stake UNC a 7-6 advantage following a quarter of play,
 but Ladarius Gunter returned a blocked field goal 67 yards early in the second
 to put the Hurricanes in front.
 The Tar Heels answered with the final 10 points of the half.
 Renner  led them down the field on their ensuing trek before completing the 7-
 play, 71-yard sequence with a 20-yard TD toss to Quinshad Davis.
 Morris  drove  the Hurricanes into UNC  territory on their next touch, but Tre
 Boston  picked him  off at the 11.  His interception led to a Thomas Moore 25-
 yard field goal to give the hosts a 17-13 advantage heading into the break.
 Moore's 35-yard field goal accounted for the only scoring in the third and his
 22-yard boot early in the fourth put UNC up by 10.
 Crawford ran for 36 yards on six totes on Miami's ensuing march, including the
 3-yard TD run to cap it and pull the Hurricanes within 23-20.
 Miami's  defense  forced  a  three-and-out,  but  Morris  was  intercepted  by
 Dominique Green three plays into the next Miami drive. UNC took over and moved
 the  ball to the  Miami 30 on two plays, but Tracy Howard picked off Renner at
 the 11-yard line to give the ball back to the Hurricanes.
                                   Game Notes
 Miami was 8-of-18 on third down, while UNC was 5-of-15 in those situations ...
 The Hurricanes outgained the Tar Heels, 556-500 ... Davis had eight receptions
 for  81 yards ... Miami wide receiver Phillip Dorsett, who had two catches for
 68 yards, exited with a knee injury.
 10/18 00:51:19 ET