Miami Hurricanes

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Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 167.3 113th
Rushing Yards 191.5 45th
Points For 28.8 80th
Points Against 18.2 15th
2019 ACC Standings
COASTAL CONF OVR
Duke 0-0 0-0
Georgia Tech 0-0 0-0
Miami 0-0 0-0
North Carolina 0-0 0-0
Pittsburgh 0-0 0-0
Virginia 0-0 0-0
Virginia Tech 0-0 0-0
Injuries
  • RB
    Lorenzo Lingard (Knee) is OUT Saturday vs Florida
  • QB
    Jarren Williams (None) has been named the starter Saturday vs Florida

Miami Hurricanes News

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  • Fansided: Ten Stats you should know about Florida Miami football history

    Miami football leads series over Florida 29-26-0.

    The series between the Florida and Miami football programs have had a lot of twists and turns. The Gators dominated the series early winning four out of five after losing the inaugural game against the Hurricanes in 1938. Miami recovered to win two in a row before dropping two in a row.

    The Hurricanes dominated the next eight years of the series-winning seven times. The Gators flipped the series from 1957-64. Florida won four in a row and six of eight during that eight-year stretch. Miami won three in a row before another dominant Gators stretch.

    Miami football leads series over Florida 29-26-0.

    The series between the Florida and Miami football programs have had a lot of twists and turns. The Gators dominated the series early winning four out of five after losing the inaugural game against the Hurricanes in 1938. Miami recovered to win two in a row before dropping two in a row.

    The Hurricanes dominated the next eight years of the series-winning seven times. The Gators flipped the series from 1957-64. Florida won four in a row and six of eight during that eight-year stretch. Miami won three in a row before another dominant Gators stretch.

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  • Fansided: DE Jonathan Garvin can become FBS most dominant DL

    Miami Hurricanes junior defensive lineman Jonathan Garvin had a breakout season in 2018. Playing in the shadow of second-team All-American defensive tackle Gerald Willis and defensive end Joe Jackson, Garvin led Miami defensive linemen with 60 tackles and was second on Miami with 17 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.

    In 2019, the focus of opposing offensive game plans will begin with blocking Garvin. Garvin said earlier this week that it will not make a difference. He stated that he was often double and triple-teamed in 2018. Garvin will lead a Miami defensive line that hopes to duplicate leading the nation in TFLs in 2018.

    Miami Hurricanes junior defensive lineman Jonathan Garvin had a breakout season in 2018. Playing in the shadow of second-team All-American defensive tackle Gerald Willis and defensive end Joe Jackson, Garvin led Miami defensive linemen with 60 tackles and was second on Miami with 17 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.

    In 2019, the focus of opposing offensive game plans will begin with blocking Garvin. Garvin said earlier this week that it will not make a difference. He stated that he was often double and triple-teamed in 2018. Garvin will lead a Miami defensive line that hopes to duplicate leading the nation in TFLs in 2018.

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  • The 7th Floor: SOTU Staff Predictions: Miami Hurricanes vs Florida Gators

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    We meet again, Canes fam! After 2 installments of our round table discussion about Miami-UF, we now come to the piece you've been waiting for: our predictions. Before we get there, let's go back.

    Here's part 1 of our round table:

    Here's part 2 of our round table:

    And now, here are our predictions:

    Cam Underwood: I waited until this morning to write my prediction. I'm torn between looking at the unknowns for Miami as a positive and a negative. In the end, I think I'm once bitten, twice shy after being VERY confident last year heading into the LSU game and getting blasted.

    We meet again, Canes fam! After 2 installments of our round table discussion about Miami-UF, we now come to the piece you've been waiting for: our predictions. Before we get there, let's go back.

    Here's part 1 of our round table:

    Here's part 2 of our round table:

    And now, here are our predictions:

    Cam Underwood: I waited until this morning to write my prediction. I'm torn between looking at the unknowns for Miami as a positive and a negative. In the end, I think I'm once bitten, twice shy after being VERY confident last year heading into the LSU game and getting blasted.

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  • Fansided: Jarren Williams getting guidance from Miami Hurricanes legends

    Jarren Williams surprised many outside the Miami Hurricanes football program by beating out N'Kosi Perry and Tate Martell to be named the first-team quarterback. Those inside the program were not as surprised. Williams accuracy and ability to make reads quickly earned him the starting position.

    Former Miami Hurricanes head coach Jimmy Johnson and record-setting Miami Hurricanes QBs Stephen Morris and Brad Kaaya are among the Miami football luminaries that Williams has connected with in the ten days since being named as the starter. Williams will make his first start on Saturday night after redshirting as a freshman in 2018.

    Jarren Williams surprised many outside the Miami Hurricanes football program by beating out N'Kosi Perry and Tate Martell to be named the first-team quarterback. Those inside the program were not as surprised. Williams accuracy and ability to make reads quickly earned him the starting position.

    Former Miami Hurricanes head coach Jimmy Johnson and record-setting Miami Hurricanes QBs Stephen Morris and Brad Kaaya are among the Miami football luminaries that Williams has connected with in the ten days since being named as the starter. Williams will make his first start on Saturday night after redshirting as a freshman in 2018.

  • Fansided: Miami Hurricanes WRs work on adding skills to athleticism

    When he took over as The New Miami Hurricanes wide receivers coach, Taylor Stubblefield saw athleticism but not skill among his players. Stubblefield is working with the Miami wide receivers on getting their skill to match their athleticism. Miami has five WRs on their roster who were four-star signees coming out of high school.

    Juniors Jeff Thomas and Mike Harley are two of those players. They are listed as first-team receivers with graduate transfer K.J. Osborn for 2019. Osborn is a talented player but has worked extremely hard to develop his skills.

    When he took over as The New Miami Hurricanes wide receivers coach, Taylor Stubblefield saw athleticism but not skill among his players. Stubblefield is working with the Miami wide receivers on getting their skill to match their athleticism. Miami has five WRs on their roster who were four-star signees coming out of high school.

    Juniors Jeff Thomas and Mike Harley are two of those players. They are listed as first-team receivers with graduate transfer K.J. Osborn for 2019. Osborn is a talented player but has worked extremely hard to develop his skills.

  • The 7th Floor: Canes-Gators: Miami's Top Performances in the Sunshine State's Oldest Rivalry

    Beginning with a 19-7 Miami victory in 1938, the Canes and Gators have met 55 times prior to Saturday night's showdown in Orlando. Following that win 81 years ago, Miami would defeat the University of Florida 28 more times to accumulate a 29-26 all-time record in a matchup once known as the "Battle for the Seminole War Canoe."

    Here is a look at some of Miami's top individual performances (in chronological order) in a rivalry that predates the Canes-Noles by 13 years and the Noles-Gators by 19 years.

    Harry Ghaul (multiple - 1940s) University of Miami Sports Hall of Famer Harry Ghaul saw just about everything there is to see in the Florida-Miami rivalry.

    Beginning with a 19-7 Miami victory in 1938, the Canes and Gators have met 55 times prior to Saturday night's showdown in Orlando. Following that win 81 years ago, Miami would defeat the University of Florida 28 more times to accumulate a 29-26 all-time record in a matchup once known as the "Battle for the Seminole War Canoe."

    Here is a look at some of Miami's top individual performances (in chronological order) in a rivalry that predates the Canes-Noles by 13 years and the Noles-Gators by 19 years.

    Harry Ghaul (multiple - 1940s) University of Miami Sports Hall of Famer Harry Ghaul saw just about everything there is to see in the Florida-Miami rivalry.

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  • The 7th Floor: Miami Hurricanes Matchup Preview: Week 0 vs Florida Gators

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    Leading the Gators with 35 receptions, 503 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns, Van Jefferson has established himself as the headliner of the Gators' passing attack. The former Ole Miss Rebel does most of his damage close to the perimeter of the field, specifically when the Gators are not in the red zone. Running, slants, posts and streaks down field, Jefferson doesn't shy away from confrontation with any defensive back. Given his propensity to run posts and slants, the wideout can shake defenders with subtle moves at the top of his route to create separation. The 6'2", 197 pound WR makes up for a lack of elusivity by fighting through contact at the line of scrimmage, sometimes corralling a pass through double teams.

    Leading the Gators with 35 receptions, 503 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns, Van Jefferson has established himself as the headliner of the Gators' passing attack. The former Ole Miss Rebel does most of his damage close to the perimeter of the field, specifically when the Gators are not in the red zone. Running, slants, posts and streaks down field, Jefferson doesn't shy away from confrontation with any defensive back. Given his propensity to run posts and slants, the wideout can shake defenders with subtle moves at the top of his route to create separation. The 6'2", 197 pound WR makes up for a lack of elusivity by fighting through contact at the line of scrimmage, sometimes corralling a pass through double teams.

  • Fansided: Traits Tate Martell brings if Miami Hurricanes need him at QB

    Tate Martell is one of the most polarizing players in college football. After he missed his first (excused) practice on August 12 following Jarren Williams being named the Miami Hurricanes starting Quarterback the day before, the Ohio State transfer took a beating on social media. Martell still has value for the Hurricanes as the backup QB.

    Martell was one of the most touted QBs in the class of 2017. Many have stated that Martell's talent has not equaled the hype. It is a debate that will always linger and at this point for the Miami Hurricanes doesn't matter.

    Tate Martell is one of the most polarizing players in college football. After he missed his first (excused) practice on August 12 following Jarren Williams being named the Miami Hurricanes starting Quarterback the day before, the Ohio State transfer took a beating on social media. Martell still has value for the Hurricanes as the backup QB.

    Martell was one of the most touted QBs in the class of 2017. Many have stated that Martell's talent has not equaled the hype. It is a debate that will always linger and at this point for the Miami Hurricanes doesn't matter.

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