MIAMI (AP) - Once Jacory Harris settled down and Miami's defense got rolling, the Hurricanes found the right combination for their biggest win in years.
For Oklahoma, it was just another frustrating trip to South Florida.
Harris survived a shaky start to throw three touchdown passes, Javarris James ran for a career-high 150 yards against what entered the weekend as the nation's top rush defense, and No. 17 Miami knocked off No. 8 Oklahoma 21-20 on Saturday night - in what'll join some games from the 1980s as another Hurricanes-Sooners classic.
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