Miami Hurricanes lost to No.6 Clemson in a historic defeat

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Saturday was the day The Miami Hurricanes lost 58-0 to Clemens, and became the team with the worst loss in the program’s 90-year history.

During the second quarter, Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya departed with what we assumed was a concussion, and Clemson made sure coach Al Golden lost any hope he had of keeping his job much longer.

“Got beat from top to bottom,” Golden said. “They outplayed us. They outcoached us. I just told the team it’s completely my responsibility for not getting them ready to play. They just beat us soundly in every facet of the game, period.”

The public was booing in the first quarter, a “Fire Golden” chant soon came afterward, and many of those who went to cheer for their team, never return to their seats after halftime,at that point Clemson was beating Miami 42-0.

“I know it isn’t far from outhouse to penthouse,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. “I don’t celebrate anything from Miami’s bad day. I feel for him. I hate it, man. Al Golden is a great guy. I have a lot of respect for him. I have respect for this university.”

Before this game, Miami’s worst loss was a 70-14 defeat to Texas A&M on Dec.8, 1944, and since a 2007 loss to Virginia, the Hurricanes hadn’t been shut out.


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