NR/RV MIAMI HURRICANES (0-0) Head Coach: Al Golden (Penn State, 1991) Record at UM: (fifth season), Career Record: (10th season)

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Assistant Director:

Camron Ghorbi

• E:

c.ghorbi@miami.edu

• O:

305-284-3230

• C:

786-877-7329

• @CamronGhorbi

Assistant Director:

David Villavicencio

• E:

davidv@miami.edu

• O:

305-284-3244

• C:

305-726-6739

• @dvillavicencio6

NR/NR

BETHUNE-COOKMAN

WILDCATS

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0-0)

Head Coach:

Terry Sims (Knoxville, 1994)

Record at B-CU:

0-0 (first season),

Career Record:

0-0 (first season)

Sept. 5, 2015 • 6:00 p.m. ET • Miami Gardens, Fla. • Sun Life Stadium (65,069)

Series History:

Miami leads 2-0

In Miami Gardens:

Miami leads 2-0

Last Meeting:

Miami won 38-10, 2012 (Miami Gardens, Fla.)

ESPN3 •

Drew Fellios,

PxP

Forrest Conoly,

Analyst

WQAM 560 AM •

Joe Zagacki,

PXP

Don Bailey Jr.,

Analyst

Josh Darrow,

Sideline Reporter

RADIO ACTUALIDAD 1020 AM •

Roly Martin,

PXP

Pepe Campos,

Analyst

Joe Martinez,

Analyst

GAME 1

NR/RV

MIAMI

HURRICANES

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Head Coach:

Al Golden (Penn State, 1991)

Record at UM:

28-22 (fifth season),

Career Record:

55-56 (10th season)

vs.

1 Saturday’s matchup with Bethune-Cookman

begins the 90th season of Miami football.

2 UM holds a 7-0 all-time mark in home openers

at Sun Life Stadium, outscoring opponents

267-53 - with an average margin of victory of

30.6 points.

3 Miami owns a 83-57-1 record against the

eight different teams it has faced from the

state of Florida in school history.

4 Brad Kaaya was one of only 15 quarterbacks

in 2014 to throw for more than 3,000 yards,

26-or-more touchdowns and 12-or-fewer

interceptions.

5 Miami ranked No. 14 nationally in total

defense in 2014, allowing an average of just

329.6 yards per game - the fourth-best mark

in the ACC.

#5THINGS

QUICK FACTS

Location

Coral Gables, Fla.

Enrollment

15,629

Founded

1925

Nickname

Hurricanes

Colors

Orange (PMS 1665)

Green (PMS 3435) and White

President

Dr. Julio Frenk

Athletics Director

Blake James

Conference/Division

ACC/Coastal

Stadium/Capacity

Sun Life Stadium/64,982

All-Time Record

601-348-19

Games Played

968

Stadium/Capacity

Sun Life Stadium/64,982

Website

www.HurricaneSports.com

Twitter/Instagram

@CanesFootball

Mailing Address

5821 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables, FL

33146

COACHES: ON THE FIELD

Head Coach

: Al Golden

Offensive Coordinator

: James Coley

Defensive Line

: Randy Melvin

Linebackers

: Hurlie Brown

Wide Receivers

: Kevin Beard

Offensive Line

: Art Kehoe

COACHES: IN THE BOOTH

Defensive Coordinator

: Mark D’Onofrio

Tight Ends

: Larry Scott

Running Backs

: Tim “Ice” Harris

Defensive Backs

: Paul Williams

2015 SCHEDULE

DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

OF NOTE

Sept. 5

BETHUNE-COOKMAN (ESPN3) 6 p.m.

Canes open 2015 in newly renovated Sun Life Stadium

Sept. 11

at FAU (FS1)

8 p.m.

Miami to make its first-ever trip to FAU

Sept. 19

NEBRASKA (ABC/ESPN)

3:30 p.m. Cornhuskers make first trip to South Florida since 1994

Oct. 1

at Cincinnati (ESPN)

7:30 p.m.

Canes have won 11 straight games vs. UC

Oct. 10

at Florida State*

TBA

Miami in serach of first win at FSU since 2009

Oct. 17

VIRGINIA TECH*

TBA

Canes rushed for 364 yards last year in Blacksburg

Oct. 24

CLEMSON*

TBA

Tigers visit Miami for the first time since 2009

Oct. 31

at Duke*

TBA

Miami holds a 5-1 mark all-time at Duke

Nov. 7

VIRGINIA*

TBA

All-time series is even at 6-6

Nov. 14

at North Carolina*

TBA

Miami has won four of the last five games vs. UNC

Nov. 21

GEORGIA TECH*

TBA

Canes have won the last three meetings at home

Nov. 27

at Pittsburgh* (ABC/ESPN)

TBA

Hurricanes in search of third straight win at Pitt.

Home Games in CAPS

* - ACC Game

RUSHING

G ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG YPG

Joe Yearby (sophomore)

12

86

520

11

509 5.9

1

62

42.4

Trayone Gray (sophomore)

6

6

27

3

24

4.0

1

10

4.0

PASSING

G EFF

C-A-I PCT YDS TD LG AVG/G

Brad Kaaya (sophomore)

13 145.88 221-378-12 58.5 3198 26

79

246.0

RECEIVING

G NO YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

Malcolm Lewis (redshirt junior) 13

25

248

9.9

1

48

19.1

Stacy Coley (junior)

12

23

184

8.0

0

22

15.3

Braxton Berrios (sophomore) 13

21

232

11.0

3

33

17.8

Herb Waters (senior)

12

20

277

13.9

1

28

23.1

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HOME, SWEET HOME OPENERS

• The Miami Hurricanes open their eighth season at Sun Life Stadium on Sept. 5 vs.

Bethune-Cookman; UM holds a

7-0 all-time in home openers at Sun Life Stadium

, outscoring opponents

267-53

- with an average margin of victory of

30.6 points

.

• The Hurricanes have not lost a home opener since

2006

, when they fell to Florida State 13-10 at

the Orange Bowl (9/4/2006); Miami has won

eight straight home openers since

.

• Since the start of the 2001 season, UM has opened

seven times at home

and

seven times away

from home;

the Hurricanes are

6-1

in those home games.

• Since joining the ACC prior to the 2004 season, Miami has played a

conference opponent in only

three of its 12 home openers

: Florida State in 2004 & 2006 and Georgia Tech in 2009 - UM is

2-1

in those games.

• Miami has played Bethune-Cookman twice in history (2011, 2012) but

never in a home opener.

• In its 2014 home opener, Miami topped Florida A&M

41-7

(9/6/2014)

;

UM scored touchdowns on

four of its first six possessions

, including the first two career home TD passes for Brad Kaaya.

• In the modern era of Miami Hurricanes football (since 1979), UM has

opened the season at home

15 times

and is

13-2

in those games, with losses coming only in 1985 and 2006. Miami is

27-9 in

regular season openers

dating back to the start of the 1979 season.

SUNSHINE STATE DOMINANCE

• In the 89 seasons of Miami football, the Hurricanes have made a habit of winning against their

in-state rivals. Miami holds a 83-57-1 all-time record against teams from the state of Florida.

• Miami will face three opponents from the state of Florida this year in the form of

Bethune-Cookman, FAU and Florida State.

• In addition, Miami holds a winning record against every school in the state of Florida.

Opponent

Miami’s Record vs. Opponent

Bethune-Cookman

2-0

FAU

1-0

FAMU

9-1

Florida

29-26

Florida Southern

4-1-1

Florida State

31-28

FIU

2-0

USF

5-1

Totals 83-57-1

DEFENSIVE MENTALITY

• Miami ranked

No. 14 nationally in total defense in 2014

, allowing an average of just 329.6

yards per game - the fourth-best mark in the ACC.

• Of the 12 FBS teams on Miami’s 2014 schedule, the Hurricanes defense held

11 of them under

their season average on offense

. Miami’s defense held teams to an average of

81.0 yards

under

their respective season averages, all while facing the

ninth-toughest schedule

in the country.

• Miami’s defensive yards allowed (compared to respective offense averages): 341 vs. Louisville

(

53.7

yards under season average), 329 vs. Arkansas State (

-147.5

), 264 vs. Duke (

-134.3

), 371

vs. Georgia Tech (

-105.5

), 422 vs. Cincinnati (

-38.2

), 262 vs. Virginia Tech (

-103.3

), 258 vs. North

Carolina (

-171.8

), 418 vs. Florida State (

-23.4

), 341 vs. Virginia (

-33.3

), 360 vs. Pittsburgh (

-75.4

)

vs. South Carolina (

-89.4

)

• The only offense that Miami’s defense did NOT hold under its season average was Nebraska, who

totaled 456 yards – just 3.7 yards over their season average of 452.3.

• The average FBS offense averaged

408.9 yards

in 2014; Miami’s defense allowed that total (or

more) to only three teams, despite facing eight teams whose offenses ranked in the top-50 in total

offense. The season high in yards allowed was 456 to Nebraska.

• Miami’s 2014 opponent ranks in total offense: Georgia Tech #19, Arkansas State #20, Cincinnati

#27, Nebraska #31, South Carolina #33, Florida State #35, Pittsburgh #40, North Carolina #45,

Duke #66, Louisville #69, Virginia #87 and Virginia Tech #96.

#B

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N

UMBERS

3

Quarterback Brad Kaaya threw just three

interceptions in the last seven weeks of the

2014 season.

7

Miami had seven players drafted in the 2015

NFL Draft.

9

Miami faced the ninth-toughest schedule in the

nation during the 2014 season.

12

Miami had 12 scoring drives in 2014 which

required three-or-less plays to find the endzone.

18

Miami ranked No. 18 in the nation last year in

fumbles recovered.

21

Punter Justin Vogel dropped 21 punts inside the

20-yard line.

26

Brad Kaaya leads all returning Atlantic Coast

Conference QB’s with 26 touchdown passes.

60

Linebacker Jermaine Grace is the top returning

tackler from last year’s defensive unit.

100%

Kicker Michael Badgley was a perfect 5-of-5 in

field goals ranging from 40-49 yards out.

3,000

Quarterback Brad Kaaya became just the third

Miami signal-caller to surpass 3,000 yards

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and ACC Overall Rookie of the Year after a stellar first campaign with the Hurricanes.

• Kaaya ranked second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in passing yards (

3,198

), and led the ACC in

passing touchdowns (

26

), passing efficiency (

145.9

) and passing yards per completion (

14.5

).

• Kaaya finished the year by throwing for

13 touchdowns and just three interceptions

in the final

seven weeks of the season.

• The California native was one of only

15 quarterbacks in the country

to throw for more than

3,000 yards, 26-or-more touchdowns and 12-or-fewer interceptions; he was the

only true

freshman quarterback in the country

to accomplish this feat.

• Kaaya threw for

more than 200 yards

in nine of the Canes’ 13 games in 2014.

• Kaaya threw for a

Miami freshman-record 359 yards

at Nebraska (9/20/2014).

• Kaaya threw a touchdown pass in every game during the 2014 season.

Listed below is the

longest active streak of FBS quarterbacks that have thrown at least one touchdown pass:

1. Sefo Liufau, Colorado, 20 games

2. Davis Webb, Texas Tech, 18 games

3. Trevone Boykin, TCU, 15 games

4. Brandon Doughty, WKU, 14 games

Dak Prescott, Mississippi State, 14 games

6. Brad Kaaya, Miami, 13 games

Justin Holmon, UCF, 13 games

ONES TO WATCH

• Sophomore quarterback

Brad Kaaya

was among four Hurricanes named to major college football

award preseason watch lists entering the 2015 season.

• Kaaya led all Hurricanes with three separate major award watch list nominations: the

Maxwell

Award

(College Player of the Year), the

Manning Award

(top quarterback) and the

Davey

O’Brien National Quarterback Award

.

• Senior linebacker

Raphael Kirby

was named to the watch list for the

Butkus Award

, honoring the

nation’s top linebacker.

• Junior punter

Justin Vogel

was named to the watch list for the

Ray Guy Award

, honoring the

nation’s top punter.

• Senior safety

Dallas Crawford

was named to the watch list for the

Wuerffel Trophy

, known as

“College Football’s Premier Award for Community Service.”

10 CANES NAMED PRESEASON ALL-ACC BY PHIL STEELE

• Miami had 10 players featured on the Phil Steele Preseason All-ACC Teams, headlined by four

second-team selections: wide receiver Stacy Coley, linebackers Raphael Kirby & Jermaine Grace,

and punter Justin Vogel.

• Running back Joseph Yearby, offensive guard Danny Isidora, defensive lineman Chad Thomas and

safety Deon Bush each earned a place on Phil Steele’s Preseason All-ACC third team.

• Sophomore quarterback Brad Kaaya and wide receiver Braxton Berrios were fourth-team choices.

OFFENSIVE EXPLOSION

• Miami’s offense of the past two seasons, both under the direction of offensive coordinator James

Coley, have ranked among the

most explosive in program history

.

• Miami’s

5,594 yards of total offense

in 2014 were the

second-most in program history

,

trailing only the 6,074 yards gained in 2002.

• UM compiled

5,536 total yards in 2013

, which ranks as the third-best total in history.

• Miami’s 2012 total of

5,282 ranks as the seventh-best

, meaning three of the top seven marks in

program history have been achieved during Al Golden’s tenure as head coach.

Current Streak ...Lost 4

Current Home Streak ...Lost 2

Current Road Streak ...Lost 1

Last Win ... 47-20 vs. North Carolina(11/1/14)

Last Road Win ...30-6 at Virginia Tech (10/23/14)

Last Home Loss ... 35-23 vs. Pittsburgh (11/29/14)

Last Road Loss ... 30-13 at Virginia (11/22/14)

...2014 ... AG

Home ...5-2 ... 19-8

Away ...1-4 ... 9-12

Natural Grass ...6-4 ... 26-17

Artificial Turf ...0-3 ... 1-4

vs. Ranked Opponents...1-2 ... 4-7

Leading at Halftime ...6-1 ... 23-2

Trailing at Halftime ...0-5 ... 3-18

Tied at Halftime ...0-1 ... 2-1

Scoring First ...6-5 ... 23-10

Opponent Scoring First...0-2 ... 5-11

Score < 20 Points...0-3 ... 1-9

Score 20+ Points ...6-3 ... 26-11

Score 30+ Points ...6-1 ... 21-4

Score 40+ Points ...4-0 ... 15-1

Opponent Scores < 20 Points ...3-0 ... 14-1

Opponent Scores 20+ Points ...3-3 ... 14-16

Opponent Scores 30+ Points ...1-4 ... 7-13

Opponent Scores 40+ Points ...0-1 ... 1-7

Gain <20 First Downs...0-4 ... 7-12

Gain 20+ First Downs ...6-3 ... 21-9

Opponent Gains < 20 First Downs ...4-2 ... 12-5

Opponent Gains 20+ First Downs ...2-5 ... 16-16

More Rushing Yards Than Opponent ...6-2 ... 15-6

Fewer Rushing Yards Than Opponent ...0-5 ... 13-15

Rush For < 100 Yards ...0-3 ... 6-9

Rush For 100+ Yards ...6-4 ... 22-12

Opponent Rushes For < 100 Yards ...5-1 ... 9-3

Opponent Rushes For 100+ Yards ...1-6 ... 19-18

More Passing Yards Than Opponent ...3-5 ... 16-12

Fewer Passing Yards Than Opponent ...3-2 ... 12-8

Equal Passing Yards ...0-0 ... 0-1

Pass For < 200 Yards ...2-1 ... 7-4

Pass For 200+ Yards ...4-5 ... 21-17

Opponent Passes For < 200 Yards ...4-4 ... 15-8

Opponent Passes For 200+ Yards ...2-3 ... 13-13

More Total Yards Than Opponent ...6-3 ... 20-8

Fewer Total Yards Than Opponent ...0-3 ... 7-12

Gain < 300 Total Yards ...0-1 ... 2-5

Gain 300+ Total Yards ...6-5 ... 26-15

Opponent Gains < 300 Total Yards ...4-0 ... 9-1

Opponent Gains 300+ Total Yards...2-6 ... 19-19

Commit No Turnovers ...1-0 ... 7-3

Commit < 3 Turnovers ...4-3 ... 17-10

Commit 3+ Turnovers ...1-3 ... 5-7

Force < 3 Turnovers ...3-5 ... 15-17

Force 3+ Turnovers ...2-1 ... 12-3

Commit < 6 Penalties ...2-3 ... 10-9

Commit 6+ Penalties ...4-4 ... 18-12

3rd Down % < 25 ...2-2 ... 4-3

3rd Down % 25-49 ...3-4 ... 15-16

3rd Down % 50+ ...0-1 ... 8-2

Opponent 3rd Down % < 25 ...2-0 ... 6-0

Opponent 3rd Down % 25-49...4-4 ... 19-12

Opponent 3rd Down % 50+ ...0-3 ... 3-9

Trail Time of Possession ...2-5 ... 19-13

Lead Time of Possession ...4-2 ... 9-8

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YOUTHFUL CANES

• Miami’s 2015 roster is one of the youngest roster in the country. The Hurricanes’ 12 seniors

rank ninth among all FBS schools nationally, while the three seniors on offense are tied for 11th

nationally.

Fewest Seniors for 2015 (Scholarship & Non)

Fewest SRs at Off. Skill Positions (QB, RB, WR, TE)

1. Wake Forest – 6

1. UCF - 0

2. Wyoming - 8

2. Kentucky - 1

3. UCF – 9

Nevada - 1

Vanderbilt – 9

Old Dominion - 1

5. Old Dominion – 10

Pitt - 1

6. Pitt – 11

Syracuse - 1

Eastern Michigan – 11

Wake Forest - 1

NC State – 11

8. Eastern Michigan - 2

9. Miami - 12

Florida State - 2

10. Idaho - 13

Louisville - 2

Tulane - 13

11. Miami - 3

NIU - 13

Colorado – 3

Penn State - 13

Minnesota – 3

Louisville - 13

Ohio State - 3

Arkansas - 13

Purdue - 3

Florida State - 13

UTEP - 3

Nevada - 13

Washington State - 3

Oregon State - 13

Wyoming - 3

Purdue

-

13

THE CAPTAINS

• Three Miami Hurricanes were chosen as team captains prior to the start of the 2015 season:

sophomore quarterback

Brad Kaaya,

senior linebacker

Raphael Kirby

and senior defensive back

Dallas Crawford.

A fourth team captain will rotate weekly during the 2015 season.

THE SPECIALIST

• After spending the 2013 season with the University of Florida, walk-on sophomore punter

Justin

Vogel

made a big impact with the Hurricanes’ special teams unit.

• In 2014, Vogel averaged 42.8 yards per punt and 62.1 yards on kickoffs. The Tampa native

was named third-team All-ACC by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) for his

outstanding performance.

• Vogel dropped

42.9 percent of his punts (21) inside the 20-yard line

, which led the nation.

SUN LIFE STADIUM RENOVATIONS FOR 2015

• The modernization of Sun Life Stadium is moving ahead, and Miami Hurricanes football season

ticket holders will experience a new game-day environment and amenities with the kickoff of the

2015 season.

• Sun Life Stadium has been remodeled and redesigned into a state-of-the-art sporting venue with

enhanced comfort for fans, improved concessions and concourse areas, multiple premium seating

areas, and new technology inside and outside of the stadium.

• The extensive renovations significantly decreased the total number of seats at Sun Life Stadium

and impacted all season ticket holder locations. Sun Life Stadium’s new capacity is 65,069, down

from 74,916 in 2014.

MIAMI SIGNS 12-YEAR DEAL WITH ADIDAS

• In January, adidas & the University of Miami announced a landmark 12-year partnership making

adidas the official athletic footwear, apparel and accessory brand of UM through June 2027.

• The partnership, which made Miami one of adidas’ 13 licensed NCAA programs, began on

September 1 and includes investment, product and uniform development for all 18 UM programs.

• adidas unveiled Miami’s 2015 new Primeknit football uniforms at the Fountainbleau Hotel in Miami

Beach; developed in collaboration with Miami athletics, the team’s new look is highlighted by

#LIFEINTHEACC

2014 STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION

Team

Conf. Overall

Florida State

8-0

1.000

13-1 .929

Clemson

6-2 .750 10-3 .769

Louisville

5-3 .625 9-4 .692

Boston College

4-4

.500

7-6

.538

NC State

3-5

.375

8-5

.615

Syracuse

1-7 .125 3-9 .250

Wake Forest

1-7

.125

3-9

.250

COASTAL STANDINGS

Team

Conf. Overall

Georgia Tech

6-2

.750

11-3 .786

Duke

5-3

.625

9-4

.692

North Carolina

4-4

.500

6-7

.462

Pittsburgh

4-4

.500

6-7

.462

Virginia Tech

3-5

.375

7-6

.538

Miami

3-5 .375 6-7 .462

Virginia

3-5

.375

5-7

.417

2015 PRESEASON STANDINGS

ACC Championship Votes

1. Clemson - 84

2. Florida State - 41

3. Georgia Tech - 20

4. Virginia Tech - 7

5. North Carolina - 3

6. Miami - 2

7. NC State - 1

Atlantic Division

(First place votes in parenthesis)

1. Clemson (101) – 1,032

2. Florida State (56) - 992

3. Louisville (1) - 746

4. NC State – 673

5. Boston College - 473

6. Syracuse - 291

7. Wake Forest - 217

Coastal Division

(First place votes in parenthesis)

1. Georgia Tech (96) - 991

2. Virginia Tech (44) - 841

3. Miami (7) - 632

4. Duke (4) - 615

5. North Carolina (4) - 590

6. Pitt (3) -535

7. Virginia -220

ACC Player of the Year

1. Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson - 69

2. James Conner, RB, Pitt - 46

3. Justin Thomas, QB, Georgia Tech - 13

4. Brad Kaaya, QB, Miami -7

Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State - 7

6. Marquise Williams, QB, North Carolina - 6

7. Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech - 6

8. Tyler Boyd, WR, Pitt – 3

9. Jacoby Brissett, QB, NC State - 1

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MOST DRAFT PICKS

Since 2000; Includes 2015 NFL Draft

1.

Ohio State

96

2.

Miami

93

Florida State

93

USC

93

5.

Georgia

89

6.

LSU

87

Florida

87

8.

Alabama

79

9.

Oklahoma

75

10. Tennessee

74

MOST FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICKS

Since 2000; Includes 2014 NFL Draft

1.

Miami

28

2.

Florida State

21

3.

USC

20

4.

Ohio State

19

Alabama

19

6.

Florida

18

7.

Texas

16

8.

LSU

15

9.

Tennessee

14

Georgia

14

CAREER STARTS

OFFENSE (5)

Pos. Name

2014 Starts

Career

WR Malcolm Lewis, Jr.

7

10

WR Stacy Coley, Jr.

5

12

WR Braxton Berrios, So.

5

5

WR Herb Waters, Sr.

3

9

TE Standish Dobard, Jr.

3

3

LG Nick Linder, So.

5

5

T Trevor Darling, So

5

5

G Daniel Isidora, Jr.-R

13

13

QB Brad Kaaya, So.

13

13

DEFENSE (5)

Pos. Name

2014 Starts

Career

DE Tyriq McCord, Sr.

12

12

DE Trent Harris, So.

1

1

DT Calvin Heurtelou, Sr.

12

12

DT Ufomba Kamalu, Sr.

1

1

LB Raphael Kirby, Sr.

13

13

CB Artie Burns, Jr.

10

10

CB Corn Elder, Jr.

2

2

S Rayshawn Jenkins, Jr.

0

14

S Deon Bush, Sr.

11

20

S Dallas Crawford

5

11

S Jamal Carter, Jr.

2

2

• Made with a cutting-edge, proprietary yarn blend that increases durability & abrasion resistance,

Primeknit is the premier compression uniform system, featuring the latest generation of adidas

TECHFIT technology.

• adidas partners hailing from the Miami football include NFL stars Jimmy Graham of the Seattle

Seahawks, as well as Frank Gore and Phillip Dorsett of the Indianapolis Colts.

#P

RO

C

ANES

CONTINUING TRADITION

• Miami had

seven players

selected in the 2015 NFL Draft beginning in late April, the most since

eight Hurricanes were drafted in 2011 and the fourth-most of any program nationwide in 2015.

• OT

Ereck Flowers

(1st round, NYG), WR

Phillip Dorsett

(1st, IND), LB

Denzel Perryman

(2nd,

SD), TE

Clive Walford

(3rd, OAK), RB

Duke Johnson

(3rd, CLE), OL

Jon Feliciano

(4th, OAK)

and DL

Anthony Chickillo

(6th, PIT) were all selected.

• The Hurricanes have had

five or more players

taken in the NFL Draft on

24 separate occasions

since 1980.

93

Hurricanes have been picked in the NFL Draft since the start of the 2000 season, a figure that

is tied for second-most among all NCAA programs.

• Miami’s

28 NFL first-round draft picks since 2000,

including Ereck Flowers (No. 9 overall) and

Phillip Dorsett (No. 29) in 2015, are the

most among all NCAA programs

, seven more than the

next-highest total.

• Miami had

57 #ProCanes on NFL training camp rosters

heading into 2015;

27 of 32

NFL teams

had at least one former Cane on their roster, while the Miami Dolphins led all teams with five.

#SWAG16 CLASS CONTINUES TO GAIN STEAM

• The University of Miami football program has signed rising seniors Zach McCloud, Michael

Pinckney, Jack Allison and Shaquille Quarterman to grant-in-aid agreements during the summer of

2015.

• Three of Miami’s four grant-in-aid signees are ranked in the ESPN Top 300.

UP NEXT

• The University of Miami football team travels to Boca Raton, Fla., to take on FAU on Sept. 11.

Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. on Fox Sports 1.

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THE GOLDEN ERA

10-1

Miami’s nonconference home record in four

seasons under head coach Al Golden

19-8

Miami’s overall home record in four seasons under

head coach Al Golden

13-3

Miami’s record in its last 16 home games

2015 PRESEASON WATCH LISTS

BRAD KAAYA, QB

Maxwell Award

Davey O’Brien Award

Manning Award

RAPHAEL KIRBY, LB

Butkus Award

JUSTIN VOGEL, P

Ray Guy Award

DALLAS CRAWFORD, S

Wuerffel Trophy

BRAD KAAYA, QB

RAPHAEL KIRBY, LB

DALLAS CRAWFORD, S

*A fourth team captain will rotate weekly

THE LAST TIME...

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kickoff Return For TD By Hurricane: Stacy Coley vs. Savannah State, 9/21/13

By Opponent: Corvin Lamb, at Louisville, 9/1/14

Punt Return For TD By Hurricane: Stacy Coley at Duke, 11/16/13

By Opponent: Greg Reid, at Florida State, 11/12/11

Missed Extra Point By Hurricanes: Michael Badgley, vs. Florida State (blocked), 11/15/14

By Opponent: Nick Weiler, North Carolina, 11/1/14

Blocked Punt Return For TD By Hurricane: Hugo Delapenha, Jr. at Virginia, 11/22/14, recovered in end zone

By Opponent: Bill Schautz, Virginia, 11/07/09, 20-yard return

Blocked Field Goal By Hurricane: Artie Burns at North Carolina, 10/17/13

By Opponent: Ryne Giddins, South Florida, 11/19/11

Blocked Punt By Hurricane: Garrett Kidd vs. Virginia, 11/22/14

By Opponent: Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida, 9/7/13

60-69 Yard Punt By Hurricane: Justin Vogel vs. North Carolina, 11/1/14, 61 yards

By Opponent: Sam Geraci, Cincinnati, 10/11/14, 60 yards

70+Yard Punt By Hurricane: Pat O’Donnell vs. Virginia, 11/23/13, 71 yards

By Opponent: Ben Arndt, Georgia Tech, 11/19/05, 78 yards

50+Yard Field Goal By Hurricane: Matt Bosher at Ohio State, 9/11/10, 51 yards

By Opponent: Roberto Aguayo, Florida State, 11/15/14, 53 yards

Four Field Goals - Game By Hurricane: Jake Wieclaw vs. USF, 11/17/12 (39, 22, 37, 33)

By Opponent: Dustin Hopkins, Florida State, 10/20/12 (33, 46, 35, 48), FSU 33-20

Five Field Goals - Game By Hurricane: Jon Peattie vs. West Virginia, 10/2/03 (22, 32, 43, 30, 23)

By Opponent: Devin Barclay, Ohio State, 9/11/10 (24, 41, 21, 24, 24)

DEFENSE

Interception Return For TD By Hurricane: Tyriq McCord vs. Cincinnati, 10/11/14, 46 yards

By Opponent: Julius Forte, USF, 9/28/13, 11 yards, UM 49-21 Fumble Return For TD By Hurricane: David Gilbert vs. Virginia, 11/23/13

By Opponent: Cayson Collins, North Carolina, 11/1/14

Safety Recorded By Hurricanes: vs. North Carolina, 11/11/14

By Opponent: at Boston College, 9/1/12

Shutout at Home By Hurricanes: vs. Florida A&M, 9/2/10

By Opponent: vs. Virginia, 11/10/07

Shutout On Road By Hurricanes: at Syracuse, 11/18/00

By Opponent: at Florida State, 10/4/97

OFFENSE

100-Yard Rushing Game By Hurricane: Duke Johnson vs. South Carolina, 132 yards, 12/27/14

By Opponent: Marshawn Williams, Virginia Tech, 100 yards, 10/23/14

200-Yard Rushing Game By Hurricane: Duke Johnson vs. Virginia Tech, 249 yards, 29 carries, 10/23/14

By Opponent: Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska, 229 yards, 35 carries, 9/20/14

300-Yard Passing Game By Hurricane: Brad Kaaya vs. Florida State, 11/15/14, 316 yards

By Opponent: Jameis Winston, Florida State, 11/15/14, 304 yards

400-Yard Passing Game By Hurricane: Stephen Morris vs. USF, 11/27/12, 413 yards

By Opponent: Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville, 12/28/13, 447 yards

500-Yard-Passing Game By Hurricane: Stephen Morris vs. NC State, 9/29/12, 26 of 49

By Opponent: Cade McNown, UCLA, 12/5/98, 513 yards, 26 of 35

100-199 Yard Receiving Game By Hurricane: Phillip Dorsett vs. Pittsburgh, 11/29/14, 103 yards, 5 receptions

By Opponent: Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina, 12/27/14, 170 yards, 9 receptions

200+Yard-Receiving-Game By Hurricane: Phillip Dorsett vs. Arkansas State, 9/13/14, 201 yards, 4 receptions

By Opponent: Jamison Crowder, Duke, 11/24/12, 203 yards, 8 receptions

Three TDs Game By Hurricane: Duke Johnson vs. North Carolina, 11/1/14 (1, 90, 37)

By Opponent: Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska, 9/20/14 (3, 6, 10), UN 41-31

Three Rushing TDs Game By Hurricane: Gus Edwards vs. Savannah State, 9/21/13 (1, 3, 9)

By Opponent: (4) Brandon Connette, Duke, 11/16/13, (2, 3, 1, 4)

Four Rushing TDs-Game By Hurricane: Tyrone Moss vs. North Carolina, 10/29/05 (1, 1, 4, 15), UM 34-16 By Opponent: Brandon Connette, Duke, 11/16/13, (2, 3, 1, 4)

Three Passing TDs-Game By Hurricane: Brad Kaaya vs. North Carolina, 11/1/14 (14, 14, 37) By Opponent: Gunner Kiel, Cincinnati, 10/11/14 (11, 3, 45)

Five Passing TDs-Game By Hurricane: (5) Stephen Morris vs. NC State, 9/29/12, (14, 24, 76, 13, 62), UM 44-37 By Opponent: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, 9/8/07 (23, 24, 6, 30, 9)

Three Receiving TDs-Game By Hurricane: Leonard Hankerson at Clemson, 10/2/10 (22, 65, 7)

By Opponent: Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma, 9/8/07 (23, 24, 30)

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RESULTS

6-7 (3-5 ACC)

DATE UM OPP OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATT

Sep 01, 2014 at Louisville L 13-31 55428 Sep 06, 2014 FAMU W 41-7 48254 Sep 13, 2014 ARKANSAS STATE W 41-20 41519 Sep 20, 2014 24 at Nebraska L 31-41 91585 Sep 27, 2014 DUKE W 22-10 44559 Oct 04, 2014 at Georgia Tech L 17-28 52221 Oct 11, 2014 CINCINNATI W 55-34 43953 Oct 23, 2014 at Virginia Tech W 30-6 64007 Nov 01, 2014 NORTH CAROLINA W 47-20 51702 Nov 15, 2014 2 FLORIDA STATE L 26-30 76530 Nov 22, 2014 at Virginia L 13-30 39112 Nov 29, 2014 PITTSBURGH L 23-35 61106 Dec 27, 2014 vs South Carolina L 21-24 38242

TEAM STATISTICS

UM OPP

SCORING 380 316 Points Per Game 29.2 24.3 FIRST DOWNS 258 249 Rushing 114 111 Passing 127 109 Penalty 17 29 RUSHING YARDAGE 2345 1787 Yards gained rushing 2649 2195 Yards lost rushing 304 408 Rushing Attempts 446 498 Average Per Rush 5.3 3.6 Average Per Game 180.4 137.5 TDs Rushing 19 21 PASSING YARDAGE 3249 2498 Comp-Att-Int 227-391-12 229-397-10 Average Per Pass 8.3 6.3 Average Per Catch 14.3 10.9 Average Per Game 249.9 192.2 TDs Passing 26 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 5594 4285 Total Plays 837 895 Average Per Play 6.7 4.8 Average Per Game 430.3 329.6 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 35-704 51-1253 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 22-145 16-101 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-93 12-125 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.1 24.6 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.6 6.3 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.3 10.4 FUMBLES-LOST 19-12 28-13 PENALTIES-Yards 93-827 72-646 Average Per Game 63.6 49.7 PUNTS-Yards 52-2227 66-2738 Average Per Punt 42.8 41.5 Net punt average 40.5 37.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:29 30:26 3RD-DOWN Conversions 60/163 76/191 3rd-Down Pct 37% 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 14/22 11/22 4th-Down Pct 64% 50% SACKS BY-Yards 27-193 21-156 MISC YARDS 0 80 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 47 39 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 18-24 13-19 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (38-48) 79% (37-45) 82% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (25-48) 52% (28-45) 62% PAT-ATTEMPTS (40-44) 91% (37-39) 95% ATTENDANCE 367623 302353 Games/Avg Per Game 7/52518 5/60471 Neutral Site Games 1/38242

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total

Miami 114 115 86 65 380 Opponents 49 101 62 104 316

RUSHING

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G

Duke Johnson 13 242 1691 39 1652 6.8 10 90 127.1 Joe Yearby 12 86 520 11 509 5.9 1 62 42.4 Gus Edwards 12 61 358 9 349 5.7 6 40 29.1 Stacy Coley 12 5 36 6 30 6.0 0 16 2.5 Trayone Gray 6 6 27 3 24 4.0 1 10 4.0 Ronald Regula 6 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0.2 Herb Waters 12 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Walter Tucker 11 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 0 -0.3 Phillip Dorsett 13 2 1 7 -6 -3.0 0 1 -0.5 Jake Heaps 6 3 3 13 -10 -3.3 0 2 -1.7 TEAM 10 11 0 70 -70 -6.4 0 0 -7.0 Brad Kaaya 13 27 12 143 -131 -4.9 1 5 -10.1 Total 13 446 2649 304 2345 5.3 19 90 180.4 Opponents 13 498 2195 408 1787 3.6 21 44 137.5

PASSING

G EFFIC CMP-ATT-INT PCT YDS TD LNG AVG/G

Brad Kaaya 13 145.88 221-378-12 58.5 3198 26 79 246.0 Jake Heaps 6 85.70 6-12-0 50.0 51 0 17 8.5 Ryan Williams 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 13 143.66 227-391-12 58.1 3249 26 79 249.9 Opponents 13 117.14 229-397-10 57.7 2498 14 78 192.2

RECEIVING

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G

Clive Walford 12 44 676 15.4 7 61 56.3 Duke Johnson 13 38 421 11.1 3 37 32.4 Phillip Dorsett 13 36 871 24.2 10 79 67.0 Malcolm Lewis 13 25 248 9.9 1 48 19.1 Stacy Coley 12 23 184 8.0 0 22 15.3 Braxton Berrios 13 21 232 11.0 3 33 17.8 Herb Waters 12 20 277 13.9 1 28 23.1 Joe Yearby 12 8 118 14.8 1 47 9.8 Standish Dobard 12 7 147 21.0 0 32 12.2 Gus Edwards 12 2 44 22.0 0 25 3.7 D’Mauri Jones 10 1 13 13.0 0 13 1.3 Jake O’Donnell 5 1 10 10.0 0 10 2.0 Walter Tucker 11 1 8 8.0 0 8 0.7 Total 13 227 3249 14.3 26 79 249.9 Opponents 13 221 2392 10.8 13 78 184.0

TOTAL OFFENSE

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G

Brad Kaaya 13 405 -131 3198 3067 235.9 Duke Johnson 13 242 1652 0 1652 127.1 Joe Yearby 12 86 509 0 509 42.4 Gus Edwards 12 61 349 0 349 29.1 Jake Heaps 6 15 -10 51 41 6.8 Stacy Coley 12 5 30 0 30 2.5 Trayone Gray 6 6 24 0 24 4.0 Ronald Regula 6 1 1 0 1 0.2 Walter Tucker 11 1 -3 0 -3 -0.3 Phillip Dorsett 13 2 -6 0 -6 -0.5 TEAM 10 11 -70 0 -70 -7.0 Total 13 837 2345 3249 5594 430.3 Opponents 13 895 1787 2498 4285 329.6

SCORING

TD FGs PAT RUSH RCV PASS DXP SAF PTS

Duke Johnson 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 78 Michael Badgley 0 14-18 34-38 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 76 Phillip Dorsett 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 Clive Walford 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Gus Edwards 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Matt Goudis 0 4-6 6-6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Braxton Berrios 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Joe Yearby 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Malcolm Lewis 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 8 Hugo Delepenha 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Trayone Gray 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Tyriq McCord 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Brad Kaaya 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-3 0 0 6 Herb Waters 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total 47 18-24 40-44 0-0 1 1-3 0 1 380 Opponents 39 13-19 37-39 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 316

KICKOFFS

NO YDS AVG LG OB RET NET YDLN

Justin Vogel 58 3596 62.0 18 1 Michael Badgley 19 1058 55.7 5 1

Total 77 4654 60.4 23 2 1253 38.2 26 Opponents 56 3395 60.6 25 2 704 39.1 25

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2014 STATISTICS

(OVERALL: 6-7, ACC: 3-5, HOME: 5-2, AWAY: 1-4, NEUTRAL: 0-1)

INTERCEPTIONS

NO YDS AVG TD LG Deon Bush 2 0 0.0 0 0 Raphael Kirby 2 9 4.5 0 10 Ladarius Gunter 2 18 9.0 0 18 Jamal Carter 1 0 0.0 0 0 Tracy Howard 1 0 0.0 0 0 Denzel Perryman 1 20 20.0 0 20 Tyriq McCord 1 46 46.0 1 46 Total 10 93 9.3 1 46 Opponents 12 125 10.4 0 61

KICK RETURNS

NO YDS AVG TD LG Stacy Coley 24 541 22.5 0 41 Phillip Dorsett 8 116 14.5 0 22 Herb Waters 1 17 17.0 0 17 Walter Tucker 1 3 3.0 0 3 Artie Burns 1 27 27.0 0 27 Total 35 704 20.1 0 41 Opponents 51 1253 24.6 1 97

PUNT RETURNS

NO YDS AVG TD LG Stacy Coley 15 105 7.0 0 29 Braxton Berrios 4 20 5.0 0 14 Herb Waters 1 1 1.0 0 1 Phillip Dorsett 1 -6 -6.0 0 0 Garrett Kidd 1 12 12.0 0 0 Hugo Delepenha 0 13 0.0 1 13 Total 22 145 6.6 1 29 Opponents 16 101 6.3 0 34

FUMBLE RETURNS

No. Yds Avg TD Long

Jermaine Grace 1 7 7.0 0 7 Corn Elder 1 8 8.0 0 8

Total 2 15 7.5 0 8 Opponents 4 125 31.2 4 57

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

G RUSH REC PR KR IR TOT AVG/G Duke Johnson 13 1652 421 0 0 0 2073 159.5 Phillip Dorsett 13 -6 871 -6 116 0 975 75.0 Stacy Coley 12 30 184 105 541 0 860 71.7 Clive Walford 12 0 676 0 0 0 676 56.3 Joe Yearby 12 509 118 0 0 0 627 52.2 Gus Edwards 12 349 44 0 0 0 393 32.8 Herb Waters 12 0 277 1 17 0 295 24.6 Braxton Berrios 13 0 232 20 0 0 252 19.4 Malcolm Lewis 13 0 248 0 0 0 248 19.1 Standish Dobard 12 0 147 0 0 0 147 12.2 Tyriq McCord 13 0 0 0 0 46 46 3.5 Artie Burns 13 0 0 0 27 0 27 2.1 Trayone Gray 6 24 0 0 0 0 24 4.0 Denzel Perryman 13 0 0 0 0 20 20 1.5 Ladarius Gunter 13 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.4 D’Mauri Jones 10 0 13 0 0 0 13 1.3 Hugo Delepenha 9 0 0 13 0 0 13 1.4 Garrett Kidd 11 0 0 12 0 0 12 1.1 Jake O’Donnell 5 0 10 0 0 0 10 2.0 Raphael Kirby 13 0 0 0 0 9 9 0.7 Walter Tucker 11 -3 8 0 3 0 8 0.7 Ronald Regula 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.2 Jake Heaps 6 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -1.7 TEAM 10 -70 0 0 0 0 -70 -7.0 Brad Kaaya 13 -131 0 0 0 0 -131 -10.1 Total 13 2345 3249 145 704 93 6536 502.8 Opponents 13 1787 2392 101 1253 125 5658 435.2

PUNTING

NO YDS AVG LG TB FC I20 BLK

Justin Vogel 52 2227 42.8 65 1 20 21 0 Total 52 2227 42.8 65 1 20 21 0 Opponents 66 2738 41.5 60 5 18 21 1

FIELD GOALS

FG PCT 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG BLK Matt Goudis 4-6 66.7 0-0 4-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 24 0 Michael Badgley 14-18 77.8 0-0 6-7 3-4 5-5 0-2 48 1

SCORING DRIVES

Opponent

Plays Yards Time Result

Louisville

6 38 4:02

TD

Louisville

9

88 5:15

FG

Louisville

4

1

1:48

FG

Florida A&M

6

49

1:56

TD

Florida A&M

2

13

0:39

TD

Florida A&M

4

83

2:21

TD

Florida A&M

5

54

3:02

TD

Florida A&M

11

66

5:27

FG

Florida A&M

7

42

3:58

TD

Florida A&M

4

3

1:36

FG

Arkansas State

2

67

0:37

TD

Arkansas State

3

70

0:42

TD

Arkansas State

6

66

2:47

FG

Arkansas State

7

69

3:39

TD

Arkansas State

3

60

0:53

TD

Arkansas State

9

65

2:56

TD

Nebraska

9

73 4:34

TD

Nebraska

4 56 1:38

TD

Nebraska

10 76 4:51

TD

Nebraska

8 47 3:46

FG

Nebraska

14*

79

3:49

TD

Duke

9 63 3:59

FG

Duke

8 76 2:49

TD

Duke

7 32 3:04

TD

Duke

4

66

1:29

TD

Georgia Tech

6

75

4:19

TD

Georgia Tech

3

92^ 1:25

TD

Georgia Tech

10

71

4:39

FG

Cincinnati

1

80

0:13

TD

Cincinnati

7

85

1:52

TD

Cincinnati

5

74

2:52

TD

Cincinnati

8

52

4:13

TD

Cincinnati

9

59

3:41

FG

Cincinnati

1

79

0:18

TD

Cincinnati

4

75

1:55

TD

Cincinnati

2

43

0:56

TD

Virginia Tech

9

51

4:02

FG

Virginia Tech

12

79

5:17

TD

Virginia Tech

1

24

0:05

TD

Virginia Tech

7

80

3:52

TD

North Carolina

13

84 7:10!

TD

North Carolina

7

61

3:57

TD

North Carolina

1

90

0:13

TD

North Carolina

7

56

1:51

TD

North Carolina

5

75

2:23

TD

North Carolina

3

12

1:19

TD

North Carolina

7

30

3:01

TD

Florida State

9

83

4:53

TD

Florida State

8

71

3:55

TD

Florida State

4

-1

1:28

FG

Florida State

4

75

1:57

TD

Florida State

9

46

3:44

FG

Virginia

3 66 1:05

TD

Pittsburgh

11

52

4:59

FG

Pittsburgh

4

79

1:52

TD

Pittsburgh

11

49

4:59

FG

Pittsburgh

6

81

2:28

TD

Pittsburgh

13

56

5:36

FG

South Carolina

11

65 5:06

FG

South Carolina

12

69

5:32

FG

South Carolina

10

93 5:23

TD

South Carolina

7

72

1:57

FG

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DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

GP-GS

UA

AT

TT

TFL-YDS SACK-YDS

INT-YDS PBU QBH FR-YDS FF

BLK SAF

52 Denzel Perryman

13-13

79

31

110

9.5-30

2.0-10

1-20

5

.

.

3

.

.

5 Jermaine Grace

13-0

36

24

60

6.5-22

3.0-17

.

1

2

2-7

.

.

.

34 T. Armbrister

13-13

38

18

56

8.0-65

5.0-54

.

1

.

1-0

2

.

.

28 N. Fentress

13-8

36

19

55

3.0-16

.

.

.

.

.

2

.

.

56 Raphael Kirby

13-13

28

26

54

4.5-8

.

2-9

2

.

1-0

2

.

.

2 Deon Bush

12-11

39

14

53

4.0-18

2.0-16

2-0

3

1

1-0

5

.

.

17 Tyriq McCord

13-12

28

20

48

6.5-26

3.0-22

1-46

3

2

1-0

1

.

.

71 A. Chickillo

13-13

20

21

41

4.5-37

3.0-31

.

3

5

2-0

1

.

.

1 Artie Burns

13-11

24

16

40

2.0-12

2.0-12

.

6

.

.

.

.

.

25 Dallas Crawford

13-5

17

18

35

0.5-1

.

.

2

.

.

.

.

.

47 Ufomba Kamalu

13-1

21

13

34

4.0-22

3.5-19

.

2

2

.

.

.

.

29 Corn Elder

13-1

25

9

34

3.0-9

1.0-5

.

4

.

2-8

.

.

.

91 Olsen Pierre

13-13

20

12

32

2.5-6

.

.

2

2

1-0

.

.

.

37 Ladarius Gunter

13-13

21

7

28

.

.

2-18

6

.

.

.

.

.

6A Jamal Carter

13-2

15

11

26

.

.

1-0

5

.

.

.

.

.

93 C. Heurtelou

13-12

8

17

25

1.0-3

.

.

.

1

1-0

.

.

.

58

Darrion

Owens 12-0

11

12

23 . . .

1

3

.

.

.

.

3 Tracy Howard

13-2

16

4

20

.

.

1-0

1

.

.

1

.

.

21 A. Crawford

13-0

17

2

19

1.0-2

1.0-2

.

5

.

1-0

1

.

.

33 Trent Harris

12-1

9

6

15

1.0-2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

92 Courtel Jenkins

12-0

7

7

14

.

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

11 Michael Wyche

10-0

3

6

9

0.5-2

0.5-2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

9A Chad Thomas

12-0

3

4

7

1.0-3

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

16 Justin Vogel

13-0

5

.

5

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

83 Braxton Berrios

13-5

3

1

4

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

51

Juwon

Young 13-0

2

2

4 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

48

Hugo

Delepenha 9-0

3

.

3 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

4 Phillip Dorsett

13-13

3

.

3

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

6 Herb Waters

12-4

1

1

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

7

Gus

Edwards

12-0

2

.

2 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

95 Anthony Moten

10-0

1

1

2

.

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

3D Marques Gayot

8-0

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

9

Malcolm

Lewis 13-8

1

.

1 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

TM

TEAM

10-0 1 . 1 1.0-3 1.0-3 . . .

. . .

1

46 Clive Walford

12-9

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

2A

Joe

Yearby

12-0

1

.

1 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

39

Ronald

Regula 6-0

1

.

1 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

8B

Joseph

Rodgers 3-0

1

.

1 . . .

.

.

.

.

.

.

74

Ereck

Flowers

12-11 . 1 1

.

.

. . .

. . .

.

24

Michael

Badgley

11-0 . 1 1

.

.

. . .

. . .

.

87 Garrett Kidd

11-0

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1

.

Total

13-0 548 324

872

64-287 27-193 10-93 52 21 13-15 18 1

1

Opponents

13-0 507 234

741 56.0-213 21-156 12-125

36 21 12-125

11 3 .

STARTERS

Offense

LT

LG C RG

RT

WR/TE WR/TE WR

WR RB

QB

Louisville

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Gadbois

Walford

Lewis

Dorsett

Coley

Johnson

Kaaya

Florida A&M

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Gadbois

Waters

Brady

Dorsett

Berrios

Johnson

Kaaya

Arkansas State

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Gadbois

Walford

Lewis

Dorsett

Berrios

Johnson

Kaaya

Nebraska

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Gadbois

Walford

Lewis

Dorsett

Dobard

Johnson

Kaaya

Duke

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Gadbois

Walford

Tucker

Dorsett

Waters

Johnson

Kaaya

Georgia Tech

Flowers

Linder

McDermott

Isidora

Feliciano

Walford

Lewis

Dorsett

Berrios

Johnson

Kaaya

Cincinnati

Flowers

Linder

McDermott

Isidora

Feliciano

Walford

Delepenha

Dorsett

Berrios

Johnson

Kaaya

Virginia Tech

Flowers

Linder

McDermott

Isidora

Feliciano

Walford

Lewis

Dorsett

Berrios

Johnson

Kaaya

North Carolina

Feliciano

Linder

McDermott

Isidora

Darling

Walford

Coley

Dorsett

Waters

Johnson

Kaaya

Florida State

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Darling

Walford

Dobard

Dorsett

Coley

Johnson

Kaaya

Virginia

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Darling

Walford

Coley

Dorsett

Waters

Johnson

Kaaya

Pittsburgh

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Darling

Walford

Dobard

Dorsett

Lewis

Johnson

Kaaya

South Carolina

Flowers

Feliciano McDermott

Isidora

Darling

Dobard

Lewis

Dorsett

Coley

Johnson

Kaaya

Defense

DE DT DT DE LB

LB LB CB CB S

S

Louisville

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Crawford

Florida A&M

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Crawford

Arkansas State

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Crawford

Nebraska

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Crawford

Duke

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Crawford

Georgia Tech

Chickillo

Kamalu

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Elder

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

Cincinnati

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

Virginia Tech

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

North Carolina

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

Florida State

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

Virginia

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Carter

Fentress

Pittsburgh

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

Harris

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Burns

Gunter

Carter

Fentress

South Carolina

Chickillo

Heurtelou

Pierre

McCord

Armbrister

Perryman

Kirby

Howard

Gunter

Bush

Fentress

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Passing

#15 Brad Kaaya Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic

LOUISVILLE 29 17 2 58.6 174 1 39 2 16 106.6 FAMU 22 12 2 54.5 177 2 32 1 1 133.9 Arkansas State 24 16 1 66.7 342 4 63 3 18 233.0 Nebraska 42 28 2 66.7 359 3 32 2 25 152.5 Duke 34 20 0 58.8 223 2 47 0 0 133.3 Georgia Tech 25 16 2 64.0 245 1 37 2 9 143.5 Cincinnati 24 17 0 70.8 286 3 79 2 14 212.2 Virginia Tech 16 7 0 43.8 92 1 25 0 0 112.7 North Carolina 17 11 0 64.7 189 3 42 2 18 216.3 Florida State 34 16 1 47.1 316 2 61 0 0 138.7 Virginia 33 20 1 60.6 263 1 47 4 33 131.5 Pittsburgh 45 22 0 48.9 296 2 51 0 0 118.8 South Carolina 33 19 1 57.6 236 1 48 2 9 121.6 TOTALS 378 221 12 58.5 3198 26 79 20 143 145.9 #6B Jake Heaps Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic

FAMU 8 5 0 62.5 41 0 17 0 0 105.6 Arkansas State 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

North Carolina 2 1 0 50.0 10 0 10 0 0 92.0

TOTALS 12 6 0 50.0 51 0 17 1 13 85.7 #1A Ryan Williams Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic

Cincinnati 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

TOTALS 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Rushing No-Yds/TD LOU FAMU ASU NEB DU GT CIN VT NC FS VA UP SC

Duke Johnson 242-1652/10 20-90/0 9-97/1 14-90/1 18-93/1 25-155/1 14-100/1 10-162/1 29-249/1 19-177/2 27-130/1 15-88/0 18-89/0 24-132/0 Joe Yearby 86-509/1 - 14-95/0 10-32/0 - 9-61/0 2-16/0 8-113/0 DNP 22-104/1 10-34/0 3-14/0 2-20/0 6-20/0 Gus Edwards 61-349/6 3-1/0 4-31/1 2-38/1 3-8/0 3-3/0 - 11-85/1 20-115/2 3-22/0 DNP - 6-21/0 6-25/1 Stacy Coley 5-30/0 1--6/0 - DNP - - - - 1-2/0 1-10/0 1-8/0 - - 1-16/0 Trayone Gray 6-24/1 - 3-13/1 2-9/0 DNP DNP DNP 1-2/0 DNP DNP - DNP - DNP Ronald Regula 1-1/0 - - 1-1/0 - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Herb Waters 1-0/0 - - - 1-0/0 - - - DNP Walter Tucker 1--3/0 - - - DNP - - DNP - 1--3/0 - - - - Phillip Dorsett 2--6/0 1-1/0 - 1--7/0 - - - - Jake Heaps 3--10/0 DNP 1-1/0 1-2/0 DNP DNP - 1--13/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP TEAM 11--70/0 DNP 1--38/0 1--1/0 - 3--16/0 DNP 1--1/0 2--2/0 - 1--1/0 1--5/0 1--6/0 DNP Brad Kaaya 27--131/1 2--16/0 1--1/0 3--18/0 2--25/0 1-0/0 2--9/0 3--13/1 1-0/0 3--15/0 1-5/0 4--33/0 1-1/0 3--7/0

Receiving No-Yds/TD LOU FAMU ASU NEB DU GT CIN VT NC FS VA UP SC Phillip Dorsett 36-871/10 1-39/0 3-44/2 4-201/2 2-48/0 - 3-75/0 3-143/2 2-15/0 1-7/0 4-90/1 3-61/1 5-103/1 5-45/1 Clive Walford 44-676/7 3-38/1 2-31/0 3-57/1 7-80/1 2-23/0 2-37/0 4-40/1 - 6-89/2 4-127/1 7-105/0 4-49/0 DNP Duke Johnson 38-421/3 1-5/0 - 2-20/0 5-84/0 2-10/0 3-52/0 4-16/0 2-37/1 2-49/1 4-37/0 5-44/0 3-16/1 5-51/0 Herb Waters 20-277/1 6-61/0 3-42/0 1-9/0 - 5-81/1 2-20/0 2-44/0 - - - 1-20/0 - DNP Malcolm Lewis 25-248/1 - 2-25/0 3-11/0 5-40/1 4-28/0 2-30/0 1-6/0 1-2/0 - 1-2/0 2-15/0 2-33/0 2-56/0 Braxton Berrios 21-232/3 1--1/0 6-63/0 3-44/1 4-43/1 1-7/0 2-29/1 1-18/0 - - - 1-6/0 1-9/0 1-14/0 Stacy Coley 23-184/0 3-9/0 - DNP 3-22/0 2-7/0 1-2/0 2-19/0 1-13/0 - 2-27/0 1-12/0 4-42/0 4-31/0 Standish Dobard 7-147/0 - - - 1-20/0 - - DNP - 1-18/0 1-33/0 - 3-44/0 1-32/0 Joe Yearby 8-118/1 1-4/0 - - 1-22/0 3-59/1 1-0/0 - DNP 1-26/0 - - - 1-7/0 Gus Edwards 2-44/0 1-19/0 - - - - - - 1-25/0 - DNP - - - D’Mauri Jones 1-13/0 DNP 1-13/0 - - - - DNP DNP - - - - - Jake O’Donnell 1-10/0 DNP - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - 1-10/0 DNP DNP - DNP Walter Tucker 1-8/0 - - - DNP 1-8/0 - DNP - - - - Redzone Trips

--- Failed to score inside RZ ---Times Total Rush Pass FGs FGs

Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made Attempted Downs Int Fumb Half Game

*Sept. 1 at LOUISVILLE L,13-31 5 3 13 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 Sept. 6 FAMU W, 41-7 8 6 34 4 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 Sept. 13 Arkansas State W, 41-20 2 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sep 20 at Nebraska L, 31-41 5 5 31 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Sep 27 Duke W, 22-10 3 3 16 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct 04 at Georgia Tech L, 17-28 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Oct 11 Cincinnati W, 55-34 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct 23 at Virginia Tech W, 30-6 4 3 16 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 *Nov 01 North Carolina W, 47-20 5 5 31 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Nov 15 Florida State L, 26-30 2 1 6 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Nov 22 at Virginia L, 13-30 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 *Nov 29 Pittsburgh L, 23-35 3 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Dec 27 South Carolina L, 21-24 4 4 21 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 48 38 212 25 11 14 13 3 3 3 1 0 0 * - Conference Game

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