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Angry Miami Hurricanes fans threw so much trash in the end zone, it delayed the game

Hurricane fans were upset after a targeting call on Miami’s Jamal Carter. Stay classy, Miami fans. In the fourth quarter of Florida State vs. Miami, Hurricanes defender Jamal Carter was called for targeting on ‘Noles wide receiver Kermit Whitfield late in the fourth quarter. The targeting call was reviewed and upheld, which caused the uproar from a certain contingent of Hurricanes fans.
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