Miami had a 10-3 lead in the second quarter and things were going well. However, interception after interception really hurt.
Lamar Miller opened the scoring for the Hurricanes by running back a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown. Then after Miami fell back down by the score of 20-10, Travis Benjamin scored on a long punt return to cut the score to 20-17. That's the closest the Canes got.
Terrelle Pryor was very good, especially on the ground, and Ohio State's massive offensive line wore Miami down late.
The Canes had a nice drive going early in the fourth quarter down 12 but a first down sack of Harris put the offense into another hole.
Leonard Hankerson had a career day at receiver. Sean Spence had a career day at linebacker. The defense did a nice job of keeping the game close but in the end, the Canes came up short of winning a big one on the road.
The Canes (1-1) will take next week off before traveling to take on Pittsburgh on a Thursday night game.