It all comes down to this!
Our Miami Hurricanes Games We Love bracket is down to the last 2 choices. If you missed any of our pieces recalling the 28 games in this feature, be sure you click here and get caught up.
Without any further ado, here is the final matchup of the bracket:
Now, let’s get into the voting and see which is the Miami Hurricanes Game You Love most!
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1980’s Region #1 seed: 1984 Orange Bowl vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
“Coach Osborne opted for the risky choice. He called a quick rollout to the right, where QB Turner Gill tried to hit a quick out route to running back Jeff Smith, only for Miami’s Kenny Calhoun to get a diving deflection which erased Nebraska’s national championship dreams, while beginning Miami’s national championship legacy.”
2000’s Region #1 seed: 2002 Rose Bowl vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
“What really made this game look like a contest between men and boys, was the Canes’ defense. Nebraska’s success was based off of their potent rushing attack, as they averaged nearly 400 yards a game on the ground. Not only did Miami hold Nebraska to under half of that (197 yards on 49 carries) the way they did it was just terrifying.”
There you have it. All that’s left is for you to vote.
Which Miami Hurricanes game do you love most? Finals!!!
This poll is closed
1984 Orange Bowl vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
2002 Rose Bowl vs Nebraska Cornhuskers
The choice is yours!