The Hurricanes have a long history of great quarterbacks, but Morris put himself at the top of the list with a school and ACC-record passing day against the Wolfpack. Morris threw for five touchdowns and put two receivers -- Phillip Dorsett (191 yards) and Rashawn Scott (180) in the school's 10 best receiving days. Miami needed every last one of Morris' yards as NC State quarterback Mike Glennon threw for 440 yards, and the Wolfpack's 664 yards of offense were the second-most ever allowed by a Hurricanes' defense. Morris capped his day with a 62-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Dorsett with 19 seconds remaining.
Giovani Bernard lost five yards on his first carry against Virginia Tech. He had negative two yards rushing after his first three carries, and finished the first quarter with six rushes for 19 yards and the Tar Heels facing a fourth and one. Bernard got the ball to start the second quarter and went 62 yards for a touchdown. On his 16 carries after that, he gained another 181 yards. His 262 yards on the ground were the most ever gained against the Hokies and the fifth-best game in North Carolina history.
In a season full of offensive explosions, Clemson and NC State were stupid-good on that side of the ball. The two teams exchanged five scores, for 27 points, in the first nine minutes of the game. Then they threw it into gear. The teams had three scores for 17 points in a four-minute stretch in the second quarter, and four scores for 28 points late in the third. When the smoke cleared, Clemson had 102 offensive plays for 754 yards. NC State had four one-play touchdown drives. Five Tigers had catches of 27 yards or longer. Glennon threw for 493 yards and Clemson QB Tajh Boyd had 426. Boyd was responsible for an ACC-record eight touchdowns on the day. Three running backs topped 100 yards and four receivers reached the century mark, led by NC State WR Botias Palmer's 219.
4. Georgia Tech and North Carolina play the highest-scoring game in ACC history on Nov. 10
The Yellow Jackets' basketball team scored 68 points or fewer 18 times last season, and they allowed 50 or fewer 11 times. So Georgia Tech 68, North Carolina 50 wasn't a basketball score as much as it was a pro-wrestling match on Kenan Stadium's turf. The teams exchanged haymakers in a wild game, combining for 1085 yards and a conference-record 118 points. Eleven different players scored touchdowns, and there were just five punts on the day.
5. Clemson WR DeAndre Hopkins catches three touchdown passes in half a quarter against Duke Nov. 3
No question that 108 yards and three touchdowns is a pretty good game for a wide receiver. Against the Duke defense, DeAndre Hopkins reached that in a span of seven minutes, 47 seconds in the first quarter of the game in Durham. Hopkins torched the Blue Devils with scoring catches of five, 58, and 45 yards. He added one more non-scoring catch to finish the day with four grabs for 128 yards.
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