Miami sophomore tailback Duke Johnson suffered a broken ankle in Saturday night's loss to Florida State and will miss the rest of the season, the Miami Herald reported early Sunday morning.
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Johnson ran for 97 yards on 23 carries against FSU. He has rushed for 920 yards and six touchdowns this season. He was hurt on a failed 4th-and-2 play from FSU's 26-yard line late in the third quarter. He picked up a yard on the play.
He'll be replaced in the starting lineup by sophomore Dallas Crawford, who has rushed for 294 yards this season. He had 137 of those in a victory over North Carolina; Johnson left that game early with a migraine.
Despite the loss, Miami still is in first place in the ACC's Coastal Division. The Hurricanes are the only team in the division with fewer than two league losses.
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