No. 19 Miami romps by Pitt, 31-3, behind Harris

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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jacory Harris led quick touchdown drives to
start each half and No. 19 Miami dominated Pittsburgh much like it
did when the schools were Big East rivals, winning 31-3 on Thursday

Harris had two more floater-type interceptions like the four he
threw in the Hurricanes' 28-14 loss to No. 2 Ohio State two weeks
ago, but shook them off to throw for two scores and 248 yards while
going 21 of 32. Damien Berry did the rest by running for 87 yards
and a touchdown on 21 carries in an offense that outgained Pitt's

The Hurricanes (2-1), faster, deeper and more athletic than the
Panthers (1-2), never gave Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri any time
to throw in his third college start, and he was pulled in the
fourth quarter after completing 8 of 15 passes for 61 yards.

Dion Lewis, the nation's leading returning rusher, was given
little running room by an overwhelmed offensive line and ended with
41 yards on 12 carries. Lewis, coming off a 1,799-yard season as a
freshman, has been held to 143 yards in three games.

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