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Miami's 36-5 Run Pummels No. 1 Duke

Robert Duyos/South Florida Sun Sentinel

No. 1 Duke lost tonight at No. 25 Miami.

That much isn’t a surprise. Miami got Reggie Johnson back tonight, and Duke is still playing without Ryan Kelly. The Hurricanes are the second best team in the ACC. They probably should be beating a banged-up Duke team at home.

But they shouldn’t be embarrassing the Blue Devils, which is precisely what happened on Wednesday night.

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