Miami Game Summaries Canes Lose Harris but Win 41-10 Clemson, SC With new head coach Frisk at the helm, the Hurricanes put on a strong offensive showing at Memorial Stadium. Miami notched 537 yards total offense while allowing 347 total yards. Miami's national ranked defense produced an incredible feat by only allowing a total of 9 yards on the ground marking a season low for the canes. The Canes rushed for 266 yards on 36 carries split between three backs. With Starter Graig Cooper out with a broken jaw, Back ups halfbacks Junior Lee Chambers, Freshmen Mike James, and Sophomore Lamar Miller spilt time in the backfield. Chambers efforts awarded him Player of the Game with 173 yards rushing on 16 carries with 2 TD's and 2 catches totaling 82 yards with 1 TD. Impact player and offensive captain Junior Jacory Harris was forced to leave the game after a hit early on the 3rd offensive snap of the game for Miami. No words from the doctors regarding his status yet but will be updated soon. Stepping in as his replacement, Sophomore Cannon Smith took the snaps at Quarterback with only 7 collegiate plays under his belt. Smith threw for 172 yards on 10 completions with 25 attempts, 2 TD's, and no INT's. "I was real proud of how well our defense played the entire game. Although some areas were sloppy at times, another aspect of our D would pick them up," Frisk commented afterwords about the game. " As for him (Cannon Smith) the pressures of a new coach, tough opponent, on the road, little game experience, and close game he handled it quite well. I couldn't have asked for a better game from him." The win brings Miami to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in conference play. Next week they play in Miami at Land Shark Stadium against the 3-3 North Carolina Tarheels.