|Pop Warner Award winner Sean Renfree leads Duke's big-play passing attack. (US Presswire)|
Kickoff: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. ET (ACC Network)
Spread: Miami by 6.5.
Watchability: Both teams exceeded expectations this season, but much of the luster was taken from the game. Duke's loss last week eliminated the Blue Devils from the Coastal Division race, and Miami eliminated itself by announcing a postseason ban on Monday.
Shining stars: Miami -- Running back Duke Johnson needs 69 yards rushing to set the Miami freshman record. Clinton Portis had 839 yards in 1999. Duke -- Quarterback Sean Renfree was named the Pop Warner National Player of the Year. He can tie the Duke single-season record for TD passes of 50 or more yards with one on Saturday. He has four, one behind Thaddeus Lewis in 2007.
Who could steal the show: Miami -- Quarterback Stephen Morris has four 400-yard passing games this season, tying the Miami career record. No other Hurricanes quarterback had more than one 400-yard game in a season. Duke -- Wide receiver Jamison Crowder has at least four catches in nine games this season and a catch of 20 yards or more in eight games.
You going? Ranking the road trip: The students will be out on Thanksgiving break, which could mean a small, quiet crowd. “I'm going house to house if I have to, street corner to street corner to get folks to come to this ballgame,” Duke coach David Cutcliffe said.
Magic number for Miami: 18. The Hurricanes have converted their last 18 trips to the red zone in ACC games, scoring 13 touchdowns. They've converted 22 of their last 23 red zone trips.
Magic number for Duke: 15. Fifteen different Blue Devils have scored this season, the highest number in the ACC. Florida State and Georgia Tech have also had 15 different players score.
The game comes down to: Motivation. Duke can earn a winning record for the season and improve its standing for bowl selection. Miami's hopes for a divisional title, championship game berth, and bowl all went up in smoke on the first day of Duke week.
Prediction: Duke 34, Miami 10
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