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  • 17 May 2019
    导出博客文章MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Brad Kaaya was getting tired of throwing short passes. So
    he called an audible to go deep, and thats when the Miami Hurricanes
    responded.And if this was Kaayas Miami farewell, it was stellar.Kaaya became
    Miamis all-time career passing leader, throwing for 396 yards and a
    career-high-tying four touchdowns as the Hurricanes beat Duke 40-21 on Saturday.
    Kaaya now has 9,686 yards in three seasons -- 121 more than Ken Dorsey, who
    piled up 9,565 from 1999 through 2002.Kaaya completed 22 of 35 passes and broke
    the mark with a 42-yard pass to Stacy Coley in the third quarter. Miami (8-4,
    5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) started breaking the game open when Kaaya decided
    to take a shot on a deep ball to tight end David Njoku, that audible turning
    into a 76-yard touchdown and the first of two long ones for Njoku in the game.I
    said `Screw it, and told David we were going to go, Kaaya said. It was
    beautiful.Coley made nine catches for 118 yards and a touchdown for Miami and
    Mark Walton also caught a TD pass for the Hurricanes, who have won four
    straight.Just a great victory, a great way to finish, Miami coach Mark Richt
    said. I like when we finish without a whole lot of drama at the end. We did that
    tonight.Daniel Jones completed 34 of 50 passes for 316 yards for Duke (4-8,
    1-7), which will miss a bowl game for the first time in five seasons.We had some
    great moments this year, Duke center Austin Davis said. But we also had to
    overcome a lot of adversity as a team. We lost three captains and a lot of
    seniors went down. It was tough. Were going to look back at this year as
    overcoming adversity and learning from it.The teams combined for five scores in
    the games first five possessions, and Miamis lead was only 16-14 at the half.
    But Kaaya struck twice in the third quarter, hitting Njoku for the long score
    and then connecting with Coley to make it 33-14 not long after the
    record-breaking completion.Now the question becomes if this was Kaayas home
    finale.Going pro will be a serious option, and with good reason. This was the
    11th 300-yard game of Kaayas college career, the fourth four-TD game hes had as
    a Hurricane and hes now the only quarterback in Miami history with three seasons
    of at least 3,000 yards.It might have crossed my mind a little bit, that it
    could be, Kaaya said, when asked if he considered the possibility that this was
    his last home game as a Hurricane. But Ive still got some things to look at, to
    factor in, to talk over and hash out with Coach Richt, my parents and some
    mentors of mine.THE TAKEAWAYDuke: Coach David Cutcliffe was emotional after the
    game, talking about his senior class. Im looking at our seniors and the body of
    work that theyve done. The pain in their eyes, knowing that its come to an end,
    you cant get past that, Cutcliffe said. Jones completed his first 10 passes,
    getting 119 yards and two touchdowns out of them. But the Blue Devils, after
    getting 14 points out their first two possessions, then sputtered to a halt. ...
    T.J. Rahming caught 10 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown for Duke.Miami: This
    was the first time this season Miami had two 100-yard receivers. ... Miami hadnt
    finished a regular season with four or more consecutive wins since 2002, when it
    was 12-0 going into the Fiesta Bowl. The Hurricanes will try to win a bowl game
    for the first time since 2006.SENIOR DAYMiami honored its 14 departing seniors
    in a pregame ceremony, as well as four underclassmen -- one being reserve
    offensive lineman Hunter Knighton, who recovered from heatstroke and returned to
    the field last season. Knighton will try to play elsewhere in 2017.KAAYA
    WATCHKaaya could be the first Miami quarterback to get taken in the first round
    in 30 years. Miami has had only two QBs go that early -- Jim Kelly (No. 14
    overall) in 1983, and Vinny Testaverde (No. 1 overall) in 1987.UP NEXTDuke:
    Season complete.Miami: Awaiting bowl invitation on Dec. 4, possibly to the
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