In one of the most memorable games in Canes history, it’s no surprise that two plays from that day are in the top five of the list. Here’s the first one.
The year is 2000, and the Hurricanes have the number-one ranked Florida State Seminoles in town. Though they led early, Miami is now down 24-20, and young quarterback Ken Dorsey is trying to lead a game winning drive.
Ken hit Santana Moss, Reggie Wayne, and several other Miami receivers before driving to the FSU 14-yard line.
Jeremy Shockey days until Canes football pic.twitter.com/j4XTyY9oLx— Beat UF (@hurricanesmarsh) May 28, 2019
Then, he hit Jeremy Shockey for a touchdown to put Miami ahead. But the game wasn’t over yet....