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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Dallas Crawford knew Miami needed a big game from him after its top rusher went down to an early injury. He delivered with a performance that kept the 10th-ranked Hurricanes unbeaten -- barely. The redshirt sophomore ran for a career-high 137 yards, including the go-ahead 3-yard touchdown with 16 seconds left that gave Miami a 27-23 victory over North Carolina on Thursday night. Crawfords second short score ended a 90-yard drive by the Hurricanes (6-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who lost top rusher Duke Johnson to an early injury. But Crawford topped his season rushing totals in one game, carrying the ball 33 times and scoring twice in the final quarter to help the Hurricanes avoid a big upset against the desperate Tar Heels (1-5, 0-3). "Were resilient," Crawford said. "Weve been through a lot over the years. It took a long time to get to this point. In years past, we probably would have lost this game. But its all about believing, and thats what we did tonight." Miamis players certainly had every reason to believe this just wasnt their night. Johnson left in the first quarter with an undisclosed injury, starting a run of injuries that also included starting receiver Phillip Dorsett suffering an apparent left knee injury that had him standing on the sideline with crutches by halftime. There was quarterback Stephen Morris throwing four interceptions to match his season total. There was a defence ranked among the nations best that gave up a season-high 500 yards and struggled to stop UNC tight end Eric Ebron. Yet at the end, the Hurricanes rallied from 10 down early in the fourth quarter to keep themselves in position for a Coastal Division crown and an appearance in the ACC championship game -- though they still have games against No. 5 Florida State and No. 19 Virginia Tech. "Theres no turning back for this group right now," Miami coach Al Golden said. "Theyre not turning back. Theres no finger-pointing. Theyre too invested in each other and in what theyve given and what theyve sacrificed to turn back. "I told them all week we were going to have to win this game by playing until there were four zeros, and that was right until the very end." Thats when Miami got the stop it needed, with Bryn Renners final heave into the end zone from the Miami 28 falling incomplete on the final play. It sealed the latest stinging setback for the Tar Heels, who entered the year with hopes of winning the division but now find themselves off to their worst start since 2006. They led this one 23-13 early in the fourth only to see Crawford score twice in the final 11 1/2 minutes to erase the deficit. North Carolina was playing only the second Thursday night home game in program history, breaking out black helmets and uniforms for a night it billed as "Zero Dark Thursday" all the way back in April. And the Tar Heels nearly earned their first win against a top-10 opponent since beating then-No. 4 Miami here on a last-second field goal in 2004. Instead, the Hurricanes are 6-0 for the first time since that season. "Weve got a bunch of guys hurting in that locker room down there," second-year UNC coach Larry Fedora said. "A bunch of guys that played their tails off tonight, gave everything they had, they did everything we asked. ... Just a tough one to swallow for us right now." Ebron finished with eight catches for 199 yards -- a single-game record for North Carolina tight end -- and a 71-yard catch-and-run touchdown in the first quarter. But Ebron had just two catches after halftime, while the Tar Heels settled for three field goals on drives that pushed inside the 20 on the night. Miami got a boost when Ladarius Gunter returned a blocked field goal 67 yards for a touchdown early in the second quarter. 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Cook caught two touchdown passes from Bradford and had a key 25-yard reception that led to Greg Zuerleins tiebreaking field goal with 40 seconds to go, helping St. Louis rally for a 27-24 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. It was an impressive turnaround for the 26-year-old Cook after he fumbled away a potential touchdown in the first quarter. "I told him when we came back to the sideline, I said, Hey bro, be ready. Its coming right back to you," Bradford said. "It would have been easy for him to get down out there. He showed a ton of maturity and confidence." Zuerlein, one of the Rams top rookie finds last year, made all four of his field-goal attempts, including a 38-yarder that tied it earlier in the fourth. He made seven field goals from 50 yards or longer last season and had distance to spare on the key kick. "Basically, I stay calm, swing like I know how and the rest takes care of itself," Zuerlein said. "Theres no better feeling. "I dont even know the distances when I go out there to be honest, I just go out there and try to do my job." The kick produced the Rams first season-opening victory since 2006. "Its a great way to start the season, of course," said Robert Quinn, who had three sacks and two forced fumbles. Arizona got a defensive touchdown, and Larry Fitzgerald caught two TD passes from new quarterback Carson Palmer. But coach Bruce Arians was unable to get his first victory with his new team. Palmer was 26 for 40 for 327 yards and an interception and Fitzgerald had eight receptions for 80 yards, but none in the fourth quarter. "We felt like we gave this game away," Fitzgerald said. "In the second half it felt like the drives werent as sustained and we have to improve on that." The Cardinals had an 11-point lead after Fitzgeralds 24-yarder late in the third quarter. Defensive tackle Dan Williams had a 2-yard interception return off a tipped ball. Arizona outgained St. Louis 390-366 in total yards but mustered just 67 yards and four first downs in the fourth quarter.dddddddddddd "Obviously, late in the ballgame weve got to make plays on third down, then keep drives alive to win the game," Arians said. Cook had seven catches for 141 yards and the first multi-touchdown game of his career, with one big blemish. He fumbled away a potential 55-yarder that would have opened the scoring when rookie Tyrann Mathieu punched the ball free at the 8 and the play resulted in a touchback. "It took us a while to get it going," Cook said. "It was a good day overall." Mathieu arrived with a big-play reputation as a third-round pick out of LSU, where in two seasons he forced 11 fumbles and recovered eight fumbles with two touchdowns. Williams scored on his first career interception after Matt Shaughnessy deflected Bradfords pass from the 4. Bradford was 27 for 38 for 299 yards for the Rams, who leaned on Zuerleins leg after twice settling for field goals off takeaways deep in Arizona territory. Zuerleins 38-yarder tied it at 24 with about nine minutes to go. Quinn set up the field goal when he burned Cardinals left tackle Levi Brown for a sack and forced a fumble that was recovered by Chris Long. "Other than the three sacks, I had a pretty good day," Brown said. The Rams lost yards after Trumaine Johnsons 29-yard interception return to the 4 in the first half. Cook began atoning with a 13-yard catch that tied it at 10 with 26 seconds to go in the half, stretching the ball across the pylon while getting shoved out of bounds by Yeremiah Bell. Cook found an open spot in the back of the end zone on a 1-yard catch in the fourth off a nice play-action fake by running back Daryl Richardson, who leaped over the line. 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