From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share









 Draft Scout College Football Player News


  N'Kosi Perry threw for a touchdown on the opening drive and ran for another with 2:31 remaining, and Miami knocked off No. 20 Virginia 17-9 on Friday night. Deejay Dallas caught the touchdown pass for Miami (3-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), plus rushed for 63 yards on 13 carries. Pat Bethel blocked a field goal for Miami and K.J. Osborn caught four passes for 60 yards. Perry finished 16 of 27 for 182 yards. The win kept the Hurricanes from falling to 0-3 in conference play — any conference — for what would have been the first time in school history.

Bryce Perkins connected on his first nine passes and finished 24 for 41 for 244 yards for Virginia (4-2, 2-1). The Cavaliers entered ranked, yet were still 2 1/2 point underdogs at kickoff. Brian Delaney made three field goals for the Cavaliers, who were looking for their first 3-0 start since 2007. They're now tied with North Carolina for first place in the Coastal Division, and could be joined there by Duke if the Blue Devils beat Georgia Tech on Saturday. Miami went 78 yards in 11 plays on the game's first possession, with Dallas taking a short pass from Perry and rumbling the rest of the way for a 17-yard score. Perry was under pressure, wound up flipping the ball to Dallas — who caught it well behind the line of scrimmage, but ended up darting into the right side of the end zone. - AP College Football


(DS#15 RB) Jr/2020 RB *DeeJay DallasMiami (FL)
News Source: AP College Football


,








 BACK TO TOP


 Buy Draft Scout Weekly


** Draft Scout Data **

(Everything Online PLUS)

 XTB 2021 Draft Guide


** XTB 2021 Draft Guide **

(363 Pages, Scouting Profiles, Player Rankings & More, On Sale Now!)

 Support Draft Scout

The Database Engine for NFLDraftScout.com, Draft Scout is being repurposed...Support the Future Development of ScoutNation.com...

 




 Draft Scout Archives


** 2010-2019 Draft Scout Archives **

(Yearly Player Data Exports, Prospect Lists & More)

 Draft Scout Future

100% Dedicated and Never Done
80% Innovated
45% Hidden
35% Built

Synergization







Twitter: Draft Scout | JBScouting | Rob Rang | Draft Scout @ Rokfin FB | Rob Rang @ Rokfin FB
  Facebook | Draft Scout Evolve | Player News | Buy Draft Scout Weekly | Contact

Coming Soon...Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Draft Scout is an Independent Contractor, Currently Outsourcing Non-Exclusive Scalable Content
Brian Hitterman, NFL Draft Scout/Draft Scout Database Creator, Contact: brianhitterman@msn.com