When Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya threw an interception on a goal line that gave briefly gave Appalachian State some life in the third quarter, he didn't panic — nor did his teammates.
"In years past we would close in and fold a little bit and maybe guys would point fingers and go back and forth," Kaaya said.
Instead, Kaaya led the 25th-ranked Hurricanes on back-to-back touchdown drives as Miami soundly defeated Appalachian State 45-10 in front of a record crowd of 34,658 at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Kaaya threw for 368 yards and three scores, Mark Walton ran for 130 yards and two touchdowns as Miami improved to 3-0.
Kaaya, who is expected to be one of...