Berlin (Shreveport, La.) led Miami to the second-biggest comeback in school history in a 38-33 victory over Florida. The junior quarterback erased a 23-point third quarter deficit by connecting on 13 straight throws at one point as the Hurricanes scored 28 unanswered points to secure the win. He finished the game 27-of-41 for 340 yards and two touchdowns, establishing a career-high in yardage. He shared the honor with Syracuse tailback Walter Reyes.
Hester (Riviera Beach, Fla.) took the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown in the win over Florida. The freshman finished with two kick returns for 125 yards prior to leaving the game with an injury. The 97-yard scamper was the fifth-longest in UM history and longest by a Hurricane player in 25 years. He shared the honor with Syracuse kickoff return man Johnnie Morant.
Hester, Berlin Honored
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