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Streak Ends for Cavaliers

Just when Maryland's loss to Virginia did not look quite so bad ... Just when Al Groh's name was mentioned in the same sentence as 2008 ACC coach of the year ... Just when the Cavs looked like the team to beat in the wacky Coastal Division ... they lose, and they lose in heartbreaking fashion.

Cedric Peerman fumbled the ball in overtime, sealing a 24-17 loss at home against Miami.

Beat writer Zach Berman will have complete coverage in his game story on the Web site later tonight.

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 1, 2008; 5:09 PM ET
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Much like the UVa-UNC game, with role reversal.
Tough one for UVa to stomach.
This loss could really end their division hopes.

Credit to Miami for hanging tough.

Posted by: Ho_Ho_Ho | November 2, 2008 2:27 AM | Report abuse

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