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N’Kosi Perry looks for a pass during Saturday’s historic game against Florida State. The Canes came back from a 20-point deficit to defeat the Seminoles 28-27 in their first home victory against FSU since 2004. Photo by Josh Halper.

One word: wow.

"It’ll be a nail-biter."

That's how FSView and NoleGameDay sports writer Haylee Blitch predicted Saturday's home game would play out... and oh, how right she was.

After 20 unanswered points, The Hurricanes made quite the comeback - including three turnovers (yep, the Chain got its chance to shine) - and won a one-point lead, capping things off at 28-27.

It was a close one - but it only takes one point to win a game and, as it turns out, to make Miami history. This was the Canes' first home-game victory against FSU since 2004. And it feels good. Josh White and Michael Leyva have the full story.
In other news...

Feeling spooky? - Okay, so "Trico Tri: Happy Halloween" isn't a slasher film. But this family-friendly flick is sure to get you in the Halloween spirit all the same. Produced by UM alumnus Armando Gutierrez, the film follows a Hispanic family as they move to Miami to be closer to their abuela - and into an abandoned house that just so happens to be haunted. Learn more by catching up on Edge Editor Jordan Lewis' coverage of the premiere, and be sure to catch "Trico Tri" at AMC Sunset Place and theaters around Miami.

First came college, then came career... From internships to grad schools to full-fledged forays into the professional world, students got a taste of it all during this year's Fall Career Expo & Graduate Fair. News Editor Rebecca Goddard visited the annual event, held Oct. 3 at the Watsco Center, and got a firsthand look at how students were digesting it all.

"It's a new thing," sophomore economics major Andrea Lopez said of the event. "It doesn't happen every day. Maybe there's an opportunity behind it."

Of course, if you feel like you're behind on the career train, there's no need to panic - senior Mark Akhimien's new website, OneTopic, gives users the chance to create virtual business cards to help build lasting connections with potential employers. Read more about OneTopic here.

We're sick of being sick.
And judging by the constant coughs and sniffles we're hearing around campus, you are, too. One possible solution? Sick days for students. Check out our latest editorial to learn about ways to have compassion for our sick friends - and ourselves.
P.S.  We're hiring. Interested?  Email editor@themiamihurricane.com 
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