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Hurricanes jump up to No. 16 in AP poll

Miami prepares to host North Carolina on Thursday night

Miami quarterback N'Kosi Perry led the Hurricanes offense over FIU.
Miami quarterback N'Kosi Perry led the Hurricanes offense over FIU. (Mark Brown/Getty Images)

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Miami Hurricanes moved back into the top 20 on Sunday.

Miami moved up to No. 16 in the latest Associated Press poll.

The Hurricanes (3-1) beat Florida International 31-17 on Saturday.

N'Kosi Perry replaced Malik Rosier at quarterback. Perry threw for three touchdowns in an impressive performance.

Head coach Mark Richt has not committed who will play quarterback for the 'Canes against North Carolina.

Miami opens Atlantic Coast Conference play against the Tar Heels on Thursday night at Hard Rock Stadium.


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