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Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, North Carolina Attendance: 17,391
Miami decks Duke, 47-10, to continue late-season surge
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By BOB SUTTON
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Tyler Van Dyke threw for three touchdowns and 381 yards and Miami wrapped up the regular season by winning for the fifth time in its last six games, beating Duke 47-10 on Saturday.
Charleston Rambo caught two of the touchdown passes on a record-setting day.
Miami (7-5, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) broke away with a 20-point second quarter for a 30-10 halftime lead. The Hurricanes outgained Duke 356-85 in the first half.
Duke (3-9, 0-8), which lost its eighth game in a row, finished with its first winless ACC record since 2007. Its losing streak in conference games is now 13. Duke has won just six of its last 29 games.
Rambo, a transfer from Oklahoma, set the single-season school record for Miami with 79 receptions. He passed Leonard Hankerson's 72 from 2010 in the opening minute of the second quarter on a 12-yard touchdown catch.
In the third quarter, Rambo's 14-yard touchdown catch set the single-season school record for receiving yards and stretched that mark to 1,172. He finished with 101 on eight catches.
Miami's Mike Harley set the single-game school record with 13 receptions, racking up 96 yards on those. Van Dyke was 34-for-49.
Andy Borregales kick field goals of 35, 29, 25 and 43 yards for the Hurricanes.
The highlight for Duke was Jaylen Stinson's 94-yard kickoff return for a 10-3 lead.
Duke running back Mataeo Durant became the school's single-season rushing record-holder at 1,241 yards. He had 68 yards on 22 carries, needing 64 to set the mark.
Blue Devils quarterback Gunnar Holmberg was 20-for-33 for 148 yards with an interception.
This was the third year in a row that the Hurricanes visited Duke, each time in the home finale for the Blue Devils. Last year, Miami rolled 48-0 victory, but Charlie Ham's 40-yard field goal less than 4 1/2 minutes into Saturday's game meant Duke wouldn't be shut out again.
Miami: The Hurricanes won away from home for just the second time this season, with the other coming against Pittsburgh, which is the ACC's Coastal Division champion. Miami has had seven games decided by four points or less this season, so this seemed like a breather. Their seven previous ACC games had a combined margin of 28 points.
Duke: The Blue Devils have been blowout victims in all except one of its ACC games, a 31-27 home setback to Georgia Tech. Their three November home games have been defined by stellar performances by opposing quarterbacks, with Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett and Louisville's Malik Cunningham running up big numbers before Van Dyke.
Miami: Awaits bowl invitation.
Duke: 2022 season slated to begin with a home game vs. Temple
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Updated November 27, 2021