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Miami/Louisville

Oct. 15, 2004

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LOUISVILLE VS. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMIOctober 14, 2004Orange Bowl – Miami, Fla.

GAME NOTES• Berlin Fourth Quarter Comebacks…UM quarterback Brock Berlin led the Hurricanes to the fifth fourth quarter comeback in his career.

Oct. 14, 2004 – UM trailed Louisville, 38-34, with 4:30 left in the fourth quarter Final: UM 41, Louisville 38

Sept. 10, 2004 – UM trialed FSU, 10-0, entering the fourth quarter Final: UM 16, FSU 10 (OT)

Nov. 15, 2003 – Trailed Syracuse, 10-7, entering the fourth quarter Final: UM 17, Syracuse 10

Oct. 2, 2003 – Trailed West Virginia, 20-19, with 2:00 left in the fourth quarter Final: UM 22, West Virginia 20

Sept. 6, 2003 – Trailed Florida, 33-25, entering the fourth quarter Final: UM 38, Florida 33

• Miami scored all six drives in the second half (four TD, two FG).

• Devin Hester took a punt back 78 yards for a touchdown marking his third punt return for a TD this season. The three punt returns for a touchdown ranks second on UM’s all-time single-season list behind Santana Moss who had four in 2000.

• Miami’s win tonight marks UM’s 18th consecutive win at the Orange Bowl at night…UM’s last home loss at night was September 19, 1998 against Virginia Tech (27-20 OT).

• Jon Peattie recorded five PAT moving him into fourth-place on Miami’s all-time list with 55 consecutive extra points passing Dane Prewitt. Peattie has never missed an extra point in his career.

• Devin Hester recorded 95 kickoff return yards on the night moving him into seventh-place on UM’s all-time career list with 673 passing Nick Spinelli (1961-63).

• Berlin recorded his third touchdown pass on the night tying his career-high set against Georgia Tech this season.

• Louisville recorded 507 yards of total offense marking the most allowed by the Hurricanes since October 7, 2000 when Florida State had 565 total yards…Miami won that game 27-24.

• Darnell Jenkins recorded seven catches for 68 yards establishing career-highs in both categories.

• Greg Olsen recorded his first career touchdown reception in the first quarter, a nine-yard pass from Brock Berlin.

• Freshman free safety Anthony Reddick and sophomore wide receiver Darnell Jenkins made the first starts of their respective careers tonight.

• Olsen recorded 3 catches for 89 setting career-high…his previous high was 39 set this season versus Florida State.

• Louisville’s scored on a one-yard run by Lionel Gates marking the first touchdown allowed by the Hurricanes in the first quarter this season.

• The nine-play, 84-yard touchdown drive by Louisville in the first quarter marked the longest touchdown drive allowed by Miami this season…the previous longest TD drive was 10 plays for 72 yards by Houston.

• Brock Berlin first quarter interception marked his first since the Louisiana Tech game on September 18…Berlin had attempted 56 consecutive passes without an interception.

• Stefan LeFors’ 12-yard touchdown pass to Tiger Jones in the second quarter marked the first passing touchdown allowed by Miami this season. The Hurricanes had not allowed a passing touchdown since the second quarter of the 2004 FedEx Orange Bowl Classic, a span of 19 quarters and one overtime period.

• Kevin Everett’s three catches are a career high.

• Louisville’s 24-first half points is the most allowed by Miami since Nov. 28, 1998, when Syracuse scored 45 first half points at the Carrier Dome.