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    University of Miami coach Mark Richt talks about the Hurricanes' 51-28 victory over Pittsburgh snapping a four-game losing streak Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. “They’ve shown a lot of fight and a lot of resiliency. It’s tough to lose four in a row and still keep your heart and soul and effort going," Richt said about his team.

University of Miami coach Mark Richt talks about the Hurricanes' 51-28 victory over Pittsburgh snapping a four-game losing streak Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. “They’ve shown a lot of fight and a lot of resiliency. It’s tough to lose four in a row and still keep your heart and soul and effort going," Richt said about his team. Al Diaz ADiaz@miamiherald.com
University of Miami coach Mark Richt talks about the Hurricanes' 51-28 victory over Pittsburgh snapping a four-game losing streak Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. “They’ve shown a lot of fight and a lot of resiliency. It’s tough to lose four in a row and still keep your heart and soul and effort going," Richt said about his team. Al Diaz ADiaz@miamiherald.com

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