On Miami’s home field, Florida Gators remind Hurricanes how to dominate significant bowl match

The hated Florida Gators attacked the Miami Hurricanes’ backyard Monday night — took over UM’s very own home stadium — and helped Canes fans to remember all they’ve been missing of late.

That would be a group that realizes how to complete a season strong and in the top 10. That would be a program ascending to national relevance once more, not one thinking about what just turned out badly.

Florida never trailed and took care of the Virginia Cavaliers 36-28 in the 86th Orange Bowl game before 65,157 at Hard Rock Stadium. Lamical Perine’s three touchdowns, the first on a 61-yard run second into the game, led the way and dominated the match’s MVP award.

Gators mentor Dan Mullen hurled oranges from a silver bowl to his players during an on-field ceremony.

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