College Football Notes – Jan. 3, 2018

by BoCarter | Posted on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018
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The NFF & College Hall of Fame joined the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl to host the 13th Annual National Hall of Fame Salute on Monday, Jan. 1. The event, which took place at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium and just steps from the College Football Hall of Fame in the heart of Atlanta, utilized the Bowl to showcase members of the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame class in conjunction with the 50th annual Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl featuring nationally ranked Auburn and UCF, the only team to finish the 2017 regular season in FBS with an undefeated record at 12-0. Prior to the game, a multi-day celebration for the inductees occurred in Atlanta with several unique events and a special public ceremony Dec. 31 at the College Football Hall of Fame where the inductees will see their legendary accomplishments permanently immortalized for the first time. This was the e third time the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl has hosted the event.
The 13th Annual National Hall of Fame Salute at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl highlighted the outstanding careers of 10 All-America players and three legendary coaches who established themselves among the greatest to ever set foot on the college gridiron. The group (listed below) was announced in January 2017, and it was inducted formally inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame during the 60th NFF Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 5 at the New York Hilton Midtown. They also were honored on the field at their respective schools throughout the season during the NFF Hall of Fame On-Campus Salutes, presented by Fidelity Investments.
Two of the three coaches in the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame Class led their teams to appearances in the previous Peach Bowls. Danny Ford led the Clemson Tigers to the 1979 Peach Bowl, and Steve Spurrier guided the South Carolina Gamecocks to the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl. Both coaches are members of the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl of Fame, and they were inducted together for that honor in 2016. Spurrier is one of just four members of the NFF College Hall of Fame who is an inductee both as a student-athlete and a head coach.
The 2017 NFF College Hall of Fame Class: Players: Bob Crable, LB, Notre Dame (1978-81); Marshall Faulk, RB, San Diego State (1991-93); Kirk Gibson, WR, Michigan State (1975-78); Matt Leinart, QB, Southern California (2003-05); Peyton Manning, QB, Tennessee (1994-97); Bob McKay, OT, Texas (1968-69); Dat Nguyen, LB, Texas A&M (1995-98); Adrian Peterson , RB, Georgia Southern (1998-2001); Mike Ruth, NG, Boston College (1982-85); Brian Urlacher, DB, New Mexico (1996-99). Coaches: Danny Ford, 122-59-5 (.669 winning percentage); Clemson (1978-89), Arkansas (1993-97); Larry Kehres, 332-24-3 (.929); Mount Union (Ohio) (1986-2012); Steve Spurrier, 228-89-2 (.718); Duke (1987-89), Florida (1990-2001), South Carolina (2005-15).
National officiating coordinator and frequent Chalktalk contributor Dr. Rogers Redding was part of the ESPN television booth crew for the Utah-West Virginia game at the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl. He gave several accurate officiating and rules’ appraisals and again displayed how educational opportunities at both Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt can benefit both game officials and national coordinators.
NFF College Hall of Fame Facts
Some notable birthdates in NFF College Hall of Fame annals in the Jan. 1-7. 2018, time period are Jan. 1 (1901) Century Milstead, Rock Island, Ill.; (1901) Frank Sundstrom, Middleton, N.Y.; (1925) Jack Cloud, Britton, Okla.; (1927) Doak Walker, Dallas, Texas; (1936) Don Nehlen, Canton, Ohio; (1940) Mike McKeever, Cheyenne, Wyo.; (1962) Pierce Holt, Marlin, Texas; (1967) Derrick Thomas, Miami, Fla.; Jan. 2 (1890) Vince Pazzetti, Wellesley, Mass.; (1912) Tony Blazine, Canton, Ill.; (1930) Bob Williams, Cumberland, Md.; (1959) Darrin Nelson, Sacramento, Calif.; Jan. 4 (1898) Jess Neely, Smyrna, Tenn.; (1898) Jack Harding, Avoca, Pa.; (1925) Johnny Lujack, Connellsville, Pa.; (1929) Darrell Mudra, Omaha, Neb.; Jan. 5 (1891) Hube Wagner, Monaca, Pa.; (1892) John Beckett, Eight Mile, Ore.; (1910) Ed Widseth, Gonvick, Minn.; (1919) Al Blozis, Garfield, N.J.; (1921) Paul Governali, New York City; (1924) Arnold Tucker, Miami, Fla.; (1938) E.J. Holub, Schulenburg, Texas; (1926) Buddy Young, Chicago, Ill.; (1965) Tracy Ham, Gainesville, Fla.; Jan. 6 (1910) Doyt Perry, Croton, Ohio; (1913) John Weller, Atlanta, Ga.; (1937) Lou Holtz, Follansbee, W.Va.; (1947) Frank Loria, Clarksburg, W.Va.; (1964) Charles Haley, Lynchburg, Va.; Jan. 7 (1884) Albert Exendine, Bartlesville, Okla.; (1930) Eddie LeBaron, San Rafael, Calif.
Notable anniversary death dates for Hall of Famers are Jan. 1 (1967) Pete Mauthe, Youngstown, Ohio; (1968) Andy Oberlander, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; (1991) Edgar Miller, Annapolis, Md.; Jan. 2 (1999) Raymond “Rags” Matthews, Ft. Worth, Texas; (1954) Gus Dorais, Birmingham, Mich.; (1969) Buzz Borries, West Orange, Fla.; (2003) Sid Gillman, Carlsbad, Calif.; Jan. 4 (1973) Albert Exendine, Tulsa, Okla.; (2000) Tom Fears, Palm Desert, Calif.; (2013) Pete Elliott, Canton, Ohio; Jan. 5 (1975) Claude “Monk” Simons, New Orleans, La.; Jan. 7 (1979) Andy Gustafson, Coral Gables, Fla.; (1990) Bronko Nagurski, International Falls, Minn.
Happy birthdays to NFF College Hall of Fame members Jan. 1 Don Nehlen (a spry 82), Pierce Holt, Jan. 2 Darrin Nelson, Jan. 4 Darrell Mudra (a spry 89), Jan. 5 Arnold Tucker (a spry 94), E.J. Holub (a spry 80), Tracy Ham, Jan. 6 Lou Holtz (a spry 81), Frank Loria, Charles Haley…
Arizona opens the 2018 season against FBS independent BYU while Northwestern and Purdue have an early beginning for Big Ten Conference activity on Aug. 30 before a national television audience…Oregon State will host Portland State in 2020…Eastern Michigan will travel to Wisconsin in 2021 for a one-game contracted contest…Clemson will host Connecticut in the 2012 season opener for both teams…Ohio State tied the collegiate AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas) single game team record for most sacks with eight against USC in the 2017 Goodyear Cotton Bowl…Texas went from zero non-offensive touchdowns as a team in 2016 to eight not-related to offense TDs this season…TCU’s senior class won 40 games and played in four consecutive bowl games from 2013-17…Iowa State tied a NCAA record with just one fumble lost on 13 games and 915 consecutive plays from scrimmage this season…Memphis lost just three times in 13 games in ’17 with two coming against previously 12-0 UCF and other coming in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Iowa State.
Fans from the Church of Latter Day Saints continue to play a large part in BYU recruiting by sending referrals for prospective student-athletes to the football office.
From the Denver Post, new Nebraska head coach and QB Scott Frost finished his Nebraska playing career with a 13-0 record as starting quarterback for the final NU edition coached by NFF College Hall of Famer Dr. Tom Osborne in 1997. Frost then coached his final UCF edition to a 13-0 mark and the only unbeaten record in NCAA FBS in 2017…Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz tied NFF College Hall of Fame head coach Hayden Fry for the most wins by any Hawkeyes head coach when the Hawkeyes downed Boston College last week in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl…Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio won his 100th career game as the Spartans downed Washington State in the SDDCU Holiday Bowl… Arkansas-Pine Bluff named Cedric Thomas head coach…Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham tied briefly Alabama head coach Nick Saban for the most bowl triumphs by active head coaches at 11 (Saban later took the active lead with 12 bowl victories after Alabama downed Clemson in the CFP semifinals. Whittingham leads all head coaches with 10 or more bowl appearances with a .917 winning percentage and 11-1 mark with 12 bowl bids at UU in the last 13 seasons…Alabama’s Saban also is 13-2 in the most recent 15 games against teams, which defeated Bama and then played a followup game…TCU head coach Gary Patterson added to his school-record 11 seasons with 11 or more victories for the 11-3 Horned Frogs as they edged Stanford 39-37 in the Valero Alamo Bowl…Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst took the Badgers to a school-record 13-1 win total in 2017 and the New Year’s Six Capital One Orange Bowl crown over homestanding Miami (Fla.)…Arizona has named former Florida Atlantic assistant coach Garin Justice as offensive line coach. He has replaced Jim Michalczik, who left UA to take a post at Oregon State…Illinois will not retain offensive coordinator Garrick McGee and defensive backs coach Paul Williams for the 2018 season…Washington State defensive coordinator Alex Grinch is staying at the Pullman university despite numerous rumors that he might take another job…Western Illinois head coach Charlie Fisher is heading to Arizona State as wide receivers coach while Antonio Pierce now will tutor linebackers for the Sun Devils…New Kent State head coach Sean Lewis has a list of offseason priorities and 2018 season goals for KSU…Former Marshall offensive coordinator Bill Legg will be coaching at a new assignment in 2018…Nebraska and South Carolina assistant coaches are having their contracts negotiated and ready to sign in coming days…Tennessee Tech named Dwayne Alexander head coach…Texas A&M defensive coordinator John Chavis had a university contract extension prior to the ’17 campaign…BYU has added new offensive assistant coaches Aaron Roderick (passing game coordinator), Fesi Sitake (assistant), Ryan Pugh (assistant) and tight ends coach Steve Clark…Appalachian State’s Nate Woody is the new defensive coordinator at Georgia Tech…Former Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez will not return for the 2018 season…LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada is exploring future coaching or administrative options at LSU or elsewhere…Oklahoma State has made an additional financial commitment to head coach Mike Gundy and his coaching staff’…UTSA chose Jason Rollins as defensive coordinator…Arkansas strength and conditioning coach Ben Herbert has had talks with Michigan about the same post…New BYU offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes was featured for his organizational talents by the Salt Lake Deseret News…Georgia wide receivers coach James Coley decided to decline the offensive coordinator’s position at Texas A&M…Former Texas Tech assistant coach Eric Morris has been named head coach at Incarnate Word…LSU defensive coach Pete Jenkins is retiring for a second time from his staff responsibilities with the Tigers after 50 seasons at 11 colleges and NFL teams (16 total campaigns with the Tigers)…Memphis defensive backs coach Marcus Woodson may be completing his tenure with the Tigers after receiving several job offers…Penn State head coach James Franklin received his 2017 bowl bonus after guiding the Nittany Lions past Washington in the Fiesta Bowl…Texas may be seeking to hire former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich as a new 10th assistant this month…Virginia has tabbed Ricky Brumfeld named special teams coordinator…Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo guided the Midshipmen to their 10th bowl encounter and fifth bowl victory in the last 11 seasons in the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.
Hometowns of more 2018 college head coaches – Samford: Chris Hatcher, Macon, Ga.; U. of San Diego: Dale Lindsey, Bowling Gren, Ky.; San Diego State: Rocky Long, Provo, Utah; San Jose State: Brent Brennan, Redwood City, Calif.; Sewanee: Travis Rundle, Albion, Mich.
Vanderbilt Vice Chancellor for Athletics and University Affairs and Athletics Director David Williams was chosen as the Tennessee Tribune’s 2017 Tennessean of the Year…Louisville is narrowing down its list of candidates for its vacant director of athletics post…Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart led a late-week effort to push ticket sales for the Wildcats visit to the Franklin American Music City Bowl to meet Northwestern last Friday…Georgia selected Darrice Griffin as deputy AD…The first weekly podcast with Rice AD Joe Karlgaard will feature questions emailed by fans and alumni.
Georgia has become the first team to play a College Football Playoff contest in its home state at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The UGa-Alabama national championship matchup also is the first by two teams from the same conference since Southeastern Conference mainstays Alabama and LSU met in the 2011 season BCS match. Alabama prevailed 21-0 after SU had knocked off the Crimson Tide 9-6 earlier that campaign in Tuscaloosa…Alabama now has edged Clemson 2-1 in three consecutive seasons of CFP contests – final games in post-2015 and ’16…The 40 bowls in post-2017-18, including the CFP title game, tie the record for most NCAA FB postseason contests with post-2015 and ’16. Bowl attendance has topped 1.4 million for 15 consecutive seasons and appears headed in that direction in post-2017 with only the Jan. 8 championship on the docket…The 2017-18 bowl schedule continues this week with (airtime EST) the Jan. 8 CFP National Championship, Atlanta, featuring Georgia/Oklahoma vs. Alabama/Clemson. UA/Clemson is playing in the CFP title game for an unprecedented third year in succession. Florida State was in the 1998-2000 championships during the Bowl Championship Series (1998-2013) era…The West Palm Beach (Fla.) Post noted rising ticket costs for the traditional New Year’s Day (or thereabouts) bowl games…The 2017 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl had special Fan Favorites throwback inexpensive concession prices…New Mexico State is now 3-0-1 all-time in bowl activity and won in its first postseason appearance since 1960 over Utah State in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl 26-20 in overtime….84-year-old Gail Ewing celebrated the 50-year anniversary of Ewing Auto Group providing courtesy cars for the Goodyear Cotton Bowl along with her son Fin Ewing (GCB board member) and their extended families with the coin flip before last week’s 82nd annual Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic…Though Georgia and Oklahoma never had met in football prior to the CFP semifinals last Monday, the teams have storied histories against their current opposing conferences. Georgia was 15-5 in 20 previous games against 2017 members of the Big 12 Conference. OU was a composite 100-49-8 in 157 earlier games with active Southeastern Conference members. The Sooners have played at least one game against every SEC team except Mississippi State and South Carolina. Georgia and OU also were the pacesetters in the 1983 lawsuit, in which the NCAA lost sole rights to determine television contracts for NCAA Division I-A (now FBS) members. FBS conferences and schools have assigned television rights and scheduled games with the networks for the past 35 years after the NCAA had full control from 1950-83…Mississippi State set a school record by playing in a bowl game for its eighth consecutive year.
In the four seasons (1998-2001) before the ESPN Conference Cup Bowl Challenge first was tabulated, the following NCAA FBS conferences had the top winning percentages: 2001 – MAC (2-0) and Sun Belt (1-0), 1.000; 2000 – Big West (1-0), MAC (1-0), MWC (2-0), 1.000; 1999 – Big West (1-0), MAC (1-0), 1.000; 1998 – Big Ten (5-0), Big West (1-0), 1.000… Utah athletics discussed its first six years as a member of the Pac-12 Conference in a Salt Lake Deseret News feature…The Big Ten Conference went 7-0 in its first seven post-2017 encounters.
NFF College Hall of Fame DB Deion Sanders is returning to his alma mater as an assistant coach at Florida State…Tennessee AD and NFF College Hall of Fame coach Phillip Fulmer served as the honorary 12th Titan for the NFL Tennessee Titans-Jacksonville Jaguars encounter last weekend…NFF Board member and former TCU coach Rep. Roger Williams (R-Texas) is seeking relief on the new federal tax bill for those paying college seat licenses.
Kansas has renamed Memorial Stadium Kansas David Booth Memorial Stadium after a $50 million donation to renovate the facility by alumnus David Booth…Additions and renovations continue at warp speed when weather permits at Iowa’s Nile Kinnick Stadium during the offseason…Louisville’s Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium is moving into high gear with its 2018 renovations…TCU is set to begin its $100 million renovation and suites’ additions at Amon Carter Stadium…Old Dominion will model its Foreman Field renovations after Florida Atlantic’s campus football home…Southern Miss athletics is installing new video boards…UNLV has set the groundingbreaking ceremony for its new indoor football complex for Jan. 23…Iowa Western College is completing a new indoor football practice facility.
Georgia RBs Sony Michel (181 yards in CFP semifinal win over Oklahoma) and Nick Chubb (145 yards on Jan. 1) now hold the two-man combined career rushing total for NCAA FBS. They enter the CFP title tilt with 8,284 net rushing yards to top the previous FBS mark of 8,193 yards by the SMU Pony Express – Eric Dickerson and Craig James – from 1979-82…Florida State RB Cam Akers set a freshman rushing record for the Seminoles with 1,024 yards. FSU also enjoyed its largest margin of victory in 47 bowl appearances with a 29-point victory 42-13 over Southern Miss…Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins of football and Texas history-famous La Grange, Texas (the hometown of NFF College Hall of Famer Johnnie Johnson) added to his Ohio State freshman rushing record of now 1,387 yards after the Goodyear Cotton Bowl verdict over against Southern California last Friday night. OSU QB J.T. Barrett also set a Big Ten Conference career record with 12,697 yards of total offense to top Purdue All-America QB Drew Brees with 12,692 yards from 1997-2000. Barrett was 38-6 as a starting signal caller for the Buckeyes from 2014-17 and played in 50 all-time contests at OSU…Purdue QB Elijah Sindelar took over for injured QB David Blough and paced the Boilermakers to a 38-35 Foster Farms Bowl win over Arizona with 33-of-53 passing for 396 yards and four touchdowns…Iowa State QB Matt Kempt has appealed for an extra year of eligibility with the Cyclones to the NCAA…Kentucky LB Denzil Ware missed the Wildcats recent bowl game…Penn State LB Manny Bowen and WR Irv Charles will take their skills to other colleges or universities in 2018…Texas punter and 2017 Ray Guy Award winner Michael Dickson has declared for the 2018 NFL draft. He is the fifth consecutive punter from Australia to capture the Ray Guy Award…Washington State QB Luke Falk also is declaring for the 2018 draft while All-America Stanford RB Bryce Love is weighing his future collegiate options…Miami (Fla.) QB Malik Rosier set a Hurricanes school record with responsibility for 31 touchdowns (25 passing, six rushing)…Mississippi State DB Mark McLaurin tied a school single-game interception record with three against Louisville’s 2016 Heisman Trophy QB Lamar Jackson in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Jackson was intercepted just six times in 12 outings prior to Jacksonville, Fla., fracas…Alabama’s road-tested and oft-injured linebacker corps was saluted in a pre-Allstate Sugar Bowl story. The Crimson Tide entered the game No. 2 nationally in total defense by allowing 2578 yards per game and has relied on LBs Rashaan Evans, Christian Miller and Terrell Lewis. Earlier 2017 Tide starting LBs Dylan Moses, Hootie Jones and Shaun Dion Hamilton missed the CFP semifinal bowl with nagging injuries…Notre Dame WR Kevin Stephenson and RB C.J. Holmes are seeking reinstatement to the Fighting Irish football program…Texas WR Lil’Jordan Humphrey is working to regain full playing status prior to spring workouts…Oklahoma State QB signee Ryan Spencer of Denton Ryan HS has been named Texas Class 5A Offensive Player of the Year by Associated Press. QB Tanner Mordecai (Oklahoma signee) of Waco Midway HS was AP 6A Offensive Player of the Year…Iowa State safety Kaman Cotton-Moya and teammate Everett Edwards sat out the AutoZone Liberty Bowl – a 21-20 win for the Cyclones (first bowl win since 2009) over homestanding Memphis…The Dallas-Fort Worth-Carrollton-Lewisville-Flower Mound-Farmers Branch-Argyle north suburbs sent over three dozen former area high school players to FBS bowls in 2017-18. Among the group were North Texas’ John Adebayo of Lewisville and OL Creighton Barr of Flower Mound Marcus HS, SMU wideout Matt Dorrity of Coppell, Arizona DL Larry Tharpe Jr. of Carrollton Hebron, Purdue QB (injured) David Blugh of Carrollton Creekview, and Texas A&M QB Nick Starkel of Argyle Liberty Christian HS.
Penn State’s Wally Triplett joined NFF College Hall of Fame members Ricky Williams of Texas and John Robinson of USC and UNLV along with standouts Texas A&M LB Quentin Coryatt, Arkansas/Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt and Oklahoma strong safety Roy Williams as members of the Class of 2018 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame class. All will be inducted at ceremonies in a May (date TBD) ceremony at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas…After 37 years, 2016 NFF Chris Schenkel Award recipient Bob Rondeau has finished his radio career with Washington by calling the Huskies-Penn State Sun Bowl tossup last week…The San Antonio (Texas) Express-News chronicled the uphill battle for mid-major schools as they seek to build new football support facilities…The NFL Draft Bible and National Scouting Combine are beginning a new partnership for NFL and national football coverage.
The FWAA is preparing for its annual Awards Breakfast and announcement of the 2018 NFF College Hall of Fame class on Jan. 8 in conjunction with the College Football Playoff championship skirmish in Atlanta, Ga. The football writers also will denote their Freshman All-America Team and other awards Jan. 8…..Familiar NFF faces award-winning journalist Bonnie Bernstein and CBS Sports college football analyst (former Colorado and UCLA head coach) Rick Neuheisel will co-host the AFCA Awards dinner presented by Amway. The broadcast will be live on the USA TODAY Sports Facebook page on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 8 p.m. (EST) in Charlotte, N.C….Longtime college assistant coach George Belu will be presented the 2017 AFCA for serving 52 years as a college assistant coach at the Charlotte festivities…Gregory Ruff of Trevecca Nazarene, John Bianco of Texas, Diane Nordstrom of Wisconsin, Shelley Poe of Auburn, Doug Walker of Texas A&M, and Tim Tessalone of Southern California were featured in recent issues of the CoSIDA Open Forum discussions…Heading the 96th annual AFCA NCAA FBS (the previous Major College teams) All-America team for 2017 are WR Anthony Miller of Memphis, WR James Washington of Oklahoma State, TE Mark Andrews of Oklahoma, C Billy Price of Ohio State, QB Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma, RB Saquon Barkley of Penn State, and RB Bryce Love of Stanford…Several standouts on the 2017 AFCA NAIA All-America first team were DL Jamarae Finnie of Langston (Okla.), DL Evan Sprayberry of Tabor (Kan.), DL Josh Kock of Baker (Kan.), DL Chris Overton of St. Ambrose (Iowa), LB Caden McDonald of Morningside, and LB Michal Arenas of Eastern Oregon…The USBWA added four members to its prestigious Basketball Writers Hall of Fame last week, and they are Lew Freedman, David Jones 2017-18 president of FWAA), Charles Pierce, and Kirk Wessler…The NCAA has sent its Notice of Allegations to Oregon athletics, and UO also self-reported some possible missteps.
2017-18 College Football Playoff Bowl Schedule with New Year’s six
(All Games Televised by ESPN, All Times EST)
Monday, Jan. 1 Results:
Rose Bowl presented by Northwestern Mutual – Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl Stadium, Georgia 54, Oklahoma 48 (2 OT)
Allstate Sugar Bowl – New Orleans, La. – Mercedes-Benz Super Dome, Alabama 24, Clemson 6
Monday, Jan. 8 – CFP National Championship, Atlanta, Ga., Alabama vs. Georgia, 8 p.m.
Dec. 29-30, 2017 (Other New Year’s Six Bowls)
Friday, Dec. 29 – Goodyear Cotton Bowl – AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, Ohio State 24, Southern California 7
Dec. 30
Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl – Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga., UCF 34, Auburn 27
PlayStation Fiesta Bowl – University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Penn State 35, Washington 28
Capital One Orange Bowl – Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Lakes, Fla., Wisconsin 34, Miami (Fla.) 24

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