Game 2: MIAMI 61, Rutgers 0

<b>THE SKINNY:</b> The newly minted No. 1 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000191" title="Miami Hurricanes" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/miami-hurricanes-ORSPT000191.topic">Hurricanes</a> were delayed for an hour by South Florida lightning, then wasted no time storming past overmatched Rutgers, coached by former UM assistant Greg Schiano. The Hurricanes scored in a variety of ways with quarterback Ken Dorsey throwing two touchdowns, the backs running for four more, Phillip Buchanon taking a punt return all the way back and John Square recovering a fumble and returning it for a touchdown.<br>
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<b>QUOTABLE:</b> "I did feel bad for Greg. They played a better football game than was displayed on the scoreboard." – Miami coach Larry Coker<br>
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<b>PICTURED:</b> Ken Dorsey takes a breather at the end of UM's most lopsided game of the season.
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THE SKINNY: The newly minted No. 1 Hurricanes were delayed for an hour by South Florida lightning, then wasted no time storming past overmatched Rutgers, coached by former UM assistant Greg Schiano. The Hurricanes scored in a variety of ways with quarterback Ken Dorsey throwing two touchdowns, the backs running for four more, Phillip Buchanon taking a punt return all the way back and John Square recovering a fumble and returning it for a touchdown.

QUOTABLE: "I did feel bad for Greg. They played a better football game than was displayed on the scoreboard." – Miami coach Larry Coker

PICTURED: Ken Dorsey takes a breather at the end of UM's most lopsided game of the season.

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