The lead to this story is cute.

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

And one school’s mess could lead to another school’s first win.

The preview continues as follows:

“What we’ve got to do is focus on going back to working out our mistakes and the things we can control,” head coach Ted Roof said. “We can’t control some of the things, so we’re not going to worry about them-play the guessing game or anything like that. We’re just going to get ourselves ready to play, because this needs to be our best football game of the year.”

Miami’s defense is ranked sixth nationally in average yards against and third in rushing yards against. The Blue Devils, whose running attack has been inconsistent, will look once more to freshman quarterback Thaddeus Lewis and his corps of receivers to produce the bulk of the offensive output.

Duke’s air attack has accounted for approximately 1000 of the offense’s 1400 total yards this season, yet the Blue Devils have run nearly 30 percent more rushing plays than passing plays.

Despite successes in certain areas, the offense has had a tendency to turn the ball over in key situations, especially in the first half.

“We’ve gotten behind the eight ball early, which has taken us out of our game plan,” Roof said. “We cannot come out and make those types of mistakes and put our defense in those types of situations with either a turnover on offense or special teams early in the football game.”