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LB Cook and Miami Defense Await Challenge

When Miami beat Louisville 41-38 in 2004, the Cardinals shocked UM with a potent offense that was leading by 17 points with 20 minutes left in the game.

Louisville gained 507 yards of total offense in the game, confusing Miami with a lethal spread attack. Two years later, Glenn Cook remembers the high scoring game and says that in 2006, the ‘Canes will be much more prepared for Louisville's offense. "I think the first year we played they rattled us a little bit," Cook said. "They did some things that we didn't adjust to as quickly as we...

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