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Table of Contents Team Season Records

2-5

Opponent Season Records

6-8

Team Game Records

9-10

Individual Career Records

11-13

Individual Season Records

14-15

Individual Game Records

16-17

Year-by-Year Leaders

18-19

All-Time Results

20-25

Series Results

26-32

Attendance

33

All-Time Pro Bowl

34

All-Americans

35-36

National Award Winners

37-44

Ring of Honor

45-46

Jack Harding MVP Award

47

Retired Numbers

48

UM Athletic Hall of Fame College and Pro Football Hall of Famers Lettermen

49-50 51 52-56

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Team Season Records Total Yards Gained 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6,074 5,493 5,367 5,312 5,199 5,134 5,076 5,069 5,003 4,995

First Downs 2002 2010 1984 1990 2009 2003 1985 2000 2001 1989

Fewest Yards Gained 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,406 2,158 2,207 2,216 2,299 2,543 2,612 2,613 2,727 2,799

482.9 467.2 461.5 460.8 454.8 454.1 452.5 451.5 441.3 436.5

156.2 221.6 229.9 239.8 245.2 254.3 254.9 257.4 261.2 261.3

1944 1964 1948 1953 1949 1965 1977 1952 1958 1960

Total Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

936 917 898 887 879 865 860 842 838 837

508 524 527 546 560 565 577 588 622 639

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

77 98 103 119 130 138 141 141 9. 144 10. 150

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

135 129 125 124 122 120 117 115 112 109

1944 1949 1948 1953 1964 1960 1951 1958 1975 1955, 1965

6. 7. 8. 9.

53 61 65 66 66 70 75 76 79 79

2010 2003 1989 2002 2009 1984 1999 1996 1992 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

169 161 159 156 153 153 7. 151 8. 149 9. 148 10. 140

1938 1957 1954 1978 2010 1994 1974 2003 1955 1956

1968 1979 1970 1949 1963 1964 1975 1969 1953 1988

1. 2. 3. 4.

11 23 24 27 27 6. 29 7. 35 35 35 10. 37

1. 1 2. 3 3. 5 5 5 5 5 8. 6 6 10. 7

1952 1955 1971 1975 1949 1953 1957 1950 1960 1951, 1954, 1972

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,558 2,540 2,388 2,379 2,338 2,328 2,251 2,232 2,210 2,143

1954 1957 2010 2002 2003 1978 2001 1998 1955 2000

Fewest Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

798 1,092 1,204 1,213 1,227 1,264 1,325 1,344 1,351 1,376

1968 1979 1964 1970 1963 1965 1992 1969 1981 1953

Rushing Attempts 2009 1988 1984 1990 1989 1992 2002 1985 2010 1996

Fewest First Downs Passing 1949 1953 1947 1964 1955 1948 1960 1954 1951 1965

1989 1984 1987 2005 1979 2010 1980 1988 2011 1982

Rushing Yards

Fewest First Downs Rushing 1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 25 2. 23 3. 20 20 5. 18 18 7. 17 17 17 10. 16

Fewest First Downs By Penalty

First Downs Passing

Fewest Total Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1984 2010 2009 1989 2002 1990 1994 2003 2001 1988

First Downs Rushing 1990 2002 1985 2000 2001 1989 1988 1998 1991 1992

Fewest Total Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 288 288 3. 275 4. 270 5. 267 6. 266 266 8. 264 9. 260 10. 257 Fewest First Downs

1944 1953 1949 1964 1948 1965 1958 1960 1959 1975

Total Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

First Downs By Penalty

1945 1957 1954 1948 1949 1951 1953 1955 1960 1956

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

567 557 547 542 541 540 523 521 520 519

1957 1977 1971 1956 1978 1974 1952 1973 1976 1972

Fewest Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

318 365 369 372 381 393 395 398 401 408 408

1963 1949 1964 1991 1992 1969 1953 2011 1988 1990 1997

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Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

284.2 254.0 245.5 211.6 209.7 204.6 202.9 194.8 187.0 185.1

Pass Completions 1954 1957 1955 1978 1956 2001 1998 2000 1951 1960

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

79.8 99.3 110.3 116.0 120.4 120.5 122.7 122.8 126.4 128.4

1968 1979 1970 2005 1964 1992 1963 1981 1965 1984

Rushing Yards Per Attempt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5.48 5.33 5.11 4.94 4.89 4.84 4.76 4.61 4.58 4.48 4.47

2002 2001 1954 2000 1998 2010 1955 2003 1997 1957 1994

Punting Average

279 260 259 254 246 246 245 241 240 237 237

1984 1988 1992 1989 2009 1990 2003 2002 2010 1996 2008

Fewest Pass Completions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

35 43 48 52 54 55 59 61 61 10. 64 Pass Attempts

1935 1954 1957 1951 1955 1949 1948 1953 1956 1960

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1989 1992 1984 2010 1988 1990 2002 2009 2008 2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

44.0 42.7 42.4 42.3 40.9 40.8 40.7 40.6 40.6 10. 40.4

2010 2011 2000 1969 2005 1984 1972 1977 1980 2009

Lowest Punting Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

32.4 32.6 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.6 33.6 8. 34.0 9. 34.5 34.5

1962 1953 1958 1954 1961 1950 1957 1949 1951 1994

Punt Returns

465 457 450 443 441 434 432 416 411 410

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52 50 47 45 44 44 7. 43 43 9. 42 10. 41

1989 2002 2003 2000 1985 2001 1986 1991 2004 1950, 1970

Fewest Punt Returns Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.88 2.63 2.64 2.67 2.83 2.96 3.14 3.19 3.26 3.29

1968 1970 1979 1977 1981 1965 1975 1958 1964 1976

Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,826 3,695 3,573 3,503 3,501 3,476 3,406 3,405 3,244 3,176

269 429 553 675 721 762 782 800 826 903

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

65 87 95 105 112 127 129 143 143 10. 146

1945 1954 1955 1957 1960 1951 1853 1949 1956 1948

Punts 1984 2002 1990 1988 1985 1992 1989 2009 1991 1996

Fewest Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fewest Pass Attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

92 84 77 76 74 73 72 72 72 10. 71

1. 30 2. 33 3. 36 36 5. 38 38 7. 39 8. 40 40 10. 43 43

2011 1966 1955 1960 1958 1979 1984 1975 1956 1974 2007

Punt Return Yards 1939 1970 1977 1968 1971 1951 1948 1957 1978 1979, 1952

Fewest Punts 1945 1957 1954 1949 1956 1960 1953 1951 1948 1955

1. 11 2. 15 3. 17 17 5. 18 18 7. 19 8. 20 9. 21 10. 22 22

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

832 707 697 662 636 622 583 531 528 475

2000 1947 2004 2002 1989 1991 2001 2003 1999 1954

Fewest Punt Return Yards 1954 1985 1955 1987 1991 2001 1988 1953 1994 1962 1984

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

90 105 121 129 131 137 139 146 146 10. 154

1966 1975 2011 1978 1974 1984 1983 1958 1977 2010

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Punt Return Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

26.2 19.8 18.5 16.6 15.4 15.1 14.5 14.1 13.4 13.2

Kickoff Return Average

1947 1954 2000 2004 1949 1948 1991 1967 1996 1999, 2002

Lowest Punt Return Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

3.4 4.5 4.9 5.3 5.3 5.6 5.8 5.9 6.0 6.0

1983 2010 1977 1975 1976 1978 1973 1959 1966 1974

Kickoff Returns 1. 57 2. 53 53 4. 49 5. 44 44 7. 43 43 9. 42 42

2009 1944 2008 2007 1984 2010 1979 2011 1962 1970

Fewest Kickoff Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

12 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21 22

1956 1961 1955 1950 1949 1992 1951 1993 1981 1947, 1954 1991, 2001

Kickoff Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,235 1,054 1,020 944 915 915 870 865 858 817

2009 1970 2008 2007 1971 2011 1979 2010 2003 2011

Fewest Kickoff Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

253 263 277 280 347 349 351 352 353 379

1950 1956 1949 1951 1955 1991 1993 1989 1961 1968

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

27.2 25.2 24.7 24.1 24.1 23.5 22.7 22.6 22.2 22.0

1996 2003 1978 1954 1971 1961 2000 1987 1992 1966

Lowest Kickoff Return Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

9.3 10.4 14.2 14.7 14.7 14.9 15.2 15.9 15.9 16.3

1963 1970 1984 1951 1989 1950 1968 1948 1991 1949

Pass Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

34 28 27 26 23 23 7. 21 21 21 21 21

539 460 456 416 415 374 328 306 286 283

1957 1976 2008 1963 2011 1997 1973 2009 1998 1974 1970 1956 1947

2001 1967 1954 1950 2000 1952 2002 2003 1988 1986

Fewest Pass Interception Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

11 36 52 57 64 67 74 74 9. 78 78

527 475 469 420 404 402 401 399 395 394

(&)2002 2001 2000 1986 1999 1998 1990 1985 1988 2009

Fewest Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

26 45 49 73 80 88 91 96 106 116

(@)1930 (~)1929 (@)1932 (#)1944 (*)1947 (*)1958 (@)1935 (&)1931 (*)1927 (*)1963

1. 33 2. 29 29 4. 27 5. 26 6. 25 25 8. 24 24 10. 23

(&)2002 (#)1954 1998 1990 1997 1994 2001 1987 2000 1950, 1986, 1993

Fewest Rushing Touchdowns

Pass Interception Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rushing Touchdowns 1950 1954 2001 1967 1948 2000 1951 1952 1971 1979 1989

Fewest Pass Interceptions 1. 4 4 4 4. 5 5. 6 6. 7 7. 8 8. 9 9 9 9 9 9

Points Scored

1963 2008 1976 1973 1958 1964 1959 2011 1970 1974

1. 2. 3. 4.

3 5 7 9 9 9 7. 10 8. 11 11 10. 12

1977 1963 1958 1961 1968 1988 1970 1965 1975 1966, 1981

Passing Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

35 32 30 27 26 25 25 8. 24 24 24 24

1988 (&)2002 1986 1999 2000 1984 2009 1985 1989 1998 2001

Fewest Passing Touchdowns 1. 3 3 3. 4 4 4 4 7. 5

(*)1947 1971 1953 1954 1955 1973 1952, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1964 1975, 1987

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Kickoff Return Touchdowns 1. 2 2 2 2 5. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

(#)1954 1970 1976 1978 1961 1970 1971 1975 1980 1996 (&)2003 (t)2004 2010

Fewest Fumbles Lost 1. 4 2. 5 5 4. 6 6 6. 7 7 8. 8 8 10. 9 9 9

2009 2008 1997 1995 1992 1987 (+)2004 1968 2011 1979 (&)2006 2010

Fewest Quarterback Sacks Made (since 1981) 1. 16 2. 23 3. 24 24 24 6. 25 7. 27 8. 29 9. 31 31

1984 1997 2009 2000 2011 1995 1981 1998 (+)2007 2008

Penalties Punt Return Touchdowns 1. 7 2. 5 3. 3 3 3 3 7. 2 2 2 2 2

(+)2004 2000 1986 1991 1995 2001 1954 1996 1999 (&)2003 2009

Interception Return Touchdowns 1. 6 2. 5 5 4. 4 4 4 7. 3 3 9. 2

2000 2001 1967 1985 1992 (&)2003 1988 1954 10 times (last: 2010)

1. 49 2. 48 48 4. 43 5. 40 6. 38 7. 36 8. 33 9. 32

1971 1973 1972 1950 1978 1974 1970 1948 1957, 1966, 1985, 1996 Fewest Fumbles 11 14 15 16 16 6. 17 17 8. 18 9. 19 19 19

2008 2009 (+)2004 1992 1963 1955 2011 1968 1993 1995 (+)2005

Fewest Penalties 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

27 39 40 42 43 46 46 8. 48 9. 49 49

(#)1953 1975 1960 1965 1948 1966 1978 1967 1969 1974

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,055 1,027 996 944 909 909 887 880 841 822

(&)2002 (&)2003 1991 2001 1992 2010 2000 1989 (+)2005 1998

Fewest Penalty Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

236 380 385 405 428 429 434 442 443 456

1953 1965 1975 1973 1960 1978 1948 1966 1967 1959

Most Punts Blocked

Fumbles Lost 1. 26 2. 24 3. 22 22 5. 21 6. 20 20 20 9. 18 18 18

(&)2002 (&)2003 2001 1991 1989 2010 1992 1998 2000 1999

Penalty Yards

Fumbles

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 124 124 3. 121 4. 119 5. 107 107 7. 104 8. 98 9. 97 10. 96

1972 1950 1948 1973 1958 1962 1970 1988 1969 1971 1982

1. 10

(*)1945

Quarterback Sacks Made (since 1981) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

52 50 49 48 47 45 44 44 44 10. 42

1989 1988 1986 1992 (&)2002 1993 1987 1990 1991 1994

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Opponent Season Records Total Yards Gained 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4,369 4,319 4,285 4,203 4,197 4,151 4,127 4,114 3,937 3,758

First Downs 1997 (+)2011 2009 2010 (+)1984 (+)2007 2008 1998 (+)2004 (&)2002

Fewest Yards Gained 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,028 1,892 1,931 1,945 2,002 2,068 2,164 2,193 2,261 2,304

397.2 374.0 359.9 349.8 345.9 333.5 332.3 331.2 329.6 328.1

(*)1938 1956 1954 1955 1957 1966 1949 1950 1959 1965

102.8 189.2 196.7 199.4 200.0 206.8 213.8 215.7 216.1 220.9

1997 1998 (+)2011 1984 (+)2007 2000 1979 1995 2009 (+)2004

(*)1938 1956 1949 1950 1957 1966 1961 1954 1955 1994

Total Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

935 874 831 829 829 828 826 822 822 820

363 441 489 503 519 565 568 570 579 586

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

59 107 113 114 121 122 129 130 131 134

(*)1938 1956 1954 1955 1957 1966 1950 1964 1967 1960

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

132 123 122 120 117 115 113 109 109 10. 106 106

1979 (&)2002 1997 1975 1973 1974 1951 2008 (+)2011 (+)1984 2010

Fewest First Downs Rushing 1. 2. 3. 4.

33 56 57 60 60 6. 64 7. 65 8. 66 66 66 66

(*)1938 1966 1988 1964 (&)2006 1981 1954 1956 1959 1990 1994

(&)2002 2010 2009 1999 2008 (+)2005 1979 1984 (+)2004 2000

First Downs Passing

1958 (*)1938 1954 1949 1955 1953 1964 1960 1957 1959

Fewest First Downs Passing

Fewest Total Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1997 (+)2011 (&)2002 2009 (+)1984 1998 2010 1979 (+)2004 2008

First Downs Rushing

Fewest Total Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

238 236 229 224 219 219 219 8. 215 215 10. 214 Fewest First Downs

Total Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

159 153 132 123 121 118 114 112 112 10. 108

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

12 16 30 38 39 41 41 8. 44 44 44

First Downs By Penalty 1. 29 2. 26 26 26 5. 25 25 25 8. 24 9. 23 23 23

2002 1992 2001 2005 1989 2003 2006 2000 1984 1991 2008

Fewest First Downs By Penalty 1. 3 3. 3 4. 4 4 6. 5 5 8. 6 6 6 6

1953 1955 1956 1948 1959 1951 1958 1967 1973 1974 1975

Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,492 2,419 2,246 2,268 2,202 2,192 2,134 2,090 2,012 1,974

1944 1997 2010 1974 2002 1975 1973 1979 1995 2008

Fewest Rushing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

692 760 877 882 882 908 1,002 1,004 1,025 1,066

1938 1989 1990 1966 2006 1988 1968 1957 1964 1987

Rushing Attempts 1984 1989 1986 1987 1983 (+)2011 1998 2009 2007 2000

1935 1949 1955 1956 1948 1951 1954 1947 1953 1975

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

587 582 577 567 567 563 553 547 546 530

1979 2002 1975 1974 1977 1976 1973 1951 2010 1978

Fewest Rushing Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4.

314 372 387 391 391 6. 392 392 392 9. 406 406

1954 1964 1990 1989 2006 1955 1966 2000 1959 1992

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Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

219.9 219.2 206.2 196.9 194.0 188.6 187.4 185.8 182.9 177.5

Pass Completions 1997 1975 1974 1951 1973 1958 1948 1949 1995 1977

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

67.8 69.1 79.7 82.5 88.2 96.8 96.9 100.2 100.4 101.6

2006 1989 1990 1988 1966 1994 1987 1968 1957 1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

224 216 214 209 208 196 194 193 183 176

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

26 40 45 57 60 65 65 8. 71 9. 75 10. 76 Pass Attempts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1944 1997 1974 1995 2010 (+)2011 1948 2008 1958 1973

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1.89 1.94 2.17 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.27 8. 2.28 9. 2.40 10. 2.51

1938 1989 1988 1966 2006 1968 1990 1950 1957 1956

Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,695 2,622 2,546 2,536 2,427 2,407 2,376 2,307 2,233 2,153

7. 8. 9. 10.

393 492 633 796 824 824 851 898 925 1,004

428 396 389 380 362 358 355 354 353 352

2000 1999 1990 2009 2006 1992 1983 2005 2002 1984

Fewest Pass Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

80 122 127 133 134 145 150 153 161 165

2009 1998 2007 1984 2000 1990 (+)2011 1999 2006 2008

1. 105 2. 90 3. 88 88 5. 87 6. 86 7. 84 84 9. 83 83

1935 1949 1955 1975 1953 1948 1960 1958 1957 1956

2002 1989 2003 2000 1999 1980 1970 2004 1983, 2005 1983

Fewest Punts 1938 1949 1955 1951 1954 1956 1953 1958 1975 1957

1. 42 42 3. 45 4. 46 5. 47 6. 50 7. 51 8. 53 9. 54 54

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

42.0 41.8 41.6 41.3 41.2 41.2 41.0 40.9 40.8 40.6

1994 1997 2010 1980 1971 1990 1981 1963 1976 2003

Lowest Punting Average

1935 1949 1955 1953 1956 1948 1954 1951 1975 1957, 1960

Punts

Fewest Passing Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1990 2000 1999 (+)2011 2009 2007 1998 2006 1984 1983

Fewest Pass Completions

Rushing Yards Per Attempt 6.35 4.89 4.42 4.23 4.11 4.1 4.04 4.00 3.90 3.86

Punting Average

1953 1960 1954 1962 1997 2007 1955 1963 1958 (+)2011

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

31.9 33.5 34.9 35.4 36.1 36.2 36.2 8. 36.4 9. 36.5 10. 36.7

1945 1958 1953 1948 1986 1961 1968 1998 1964 1954, 1979

Punt Returns 1. 50 2. 42 3. 40 40 5. 38 6. 36 7. 33 8. 31 9. 30 10. 29

1970 1952 1957 1971 1968 1967 1977 2002 1959 1948, 2005

Fewest Punt Returns 1. 10 10 3. 11 4. 12 12 12 12 12 9. 13 13

1985 1994 1954 1962 1987 1989 2001 2009 1983 1990

Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

604 575 490 424 404 381 347 341 322 287

1970 1947 1952 1948 1957 1967 1971 1958 2002 1968

Fewest Punt Return Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2 44 64 66 68 70 78 94 98 102

1989 1983 1994 1990 1985 1954 2001 1987 1961 1974

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Glossary:

& — 13 game season + — 12 game season * — 10 game season # — 9 game season @ — 8 game season x — 6 game season ~ — 5 game season Punt Return Average Lowest Punt Return Average Kickoff Returns  Kickoff Return Yards Fewest Kickoff Return Yards Kickoff Return Average Lowest Kickoff Return Average Pass Interceptions Made Fewest Pass Interceptions Made Pass Interception Return Yards Fewest Pass Interception Return Yards

14.6 0.2 70 1,415 261 27.2 11.7 32 5 410 9

1949(*) 1989 1989 1990 1944(#) 1996(+) 1941(*) 1944(#) 1950(*), 2000 2010 1954(#)

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Team Game Records TOTAL YARDS

RUSHING YARDS

689

UCLA

655

Boston College

613

Duke

Dec. 5, 1998 (371 rush, 318 pass) Nov. 23, 1984 (208 rush, 447 pass) Oct. 1, 1983 (232 rush, 381 pass)

498 497 454

Dec. 5, 1998 (157 rush, 513 pass) Nov. 23, 1984 (155 rush, 472 pass) Dec. 1, 1973 (448 rush, 126 pass)

RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED

TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED 670

UCLA

627

Boston College

574

Notre Dame

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS 22

Kentucky

87

Notre Dame

111

Notre Dame

Nov. 3, 1951 (7 rush, 15 pass) Nov. 27, 1965 (-17 rush, 104 pass) Oct. 9, 1971 (60 rush, 51 pass)

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED -2

Spring Hill

14

Florida A&M

51

Miami (Ohio)

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED -47 -32

Florida A&M Spring Hill

Sept. 13, 1980 Sept. 30, 1938

East Carolina Florida State Auburn

Nov. 8, 1980 Sept. 18, 1976 Oct. 27, 1967

Florida State Pittsburgh Boston College Pittsburgh Alabama

Oct. 4, 2008 Nov. 30, 1963 Nov. 25, 2011 Oct. 23, 1965 Nov. 15, 1969

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 69 66 64

14 16 16 21 21

81 74 74

Oklahoma Pittsburgh Notre Dame

Oct. 11, 1974 Oct. 25, 1957 Sept. 30, 1938

PASSING YARDS ALLOWED

Nov. 24, 1944

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED

Auburn

Notre Dame California Notre Dame

Oct. 15, 1988 Sept. 15, 1990 Nov. 30, 1985

Boston College Brigham Young Georgia Penn State

Nov. 23, 1984 Sept. 8, 1990 Oct. 18, 1963 Oct. 31, 1981

Florida State Wake Forest Brigham Young

Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 21, 1969 Dec. 3, 1988

Virginia Tech Virginia Tech

Oct. 24, 1992 Sept. 18, 1982

Oct. 6, 1973 Oct. 23, 1965 Dec. 1, 1973

FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT 17 18 18

Rice Pittsburgh Louisiana Tech

Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 28, 2000

San Diego State California San Diego State

Nov. 30, 1991 Sept. 15, 1990 Nov. 18, 1989

PASSING YARDS 485 473 468 FEWEST PASSING YARDS -6

FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY ALLOWED 6 5

Nov. 24, 1944 Nov. 20, 2008 Dec. 1, 1973

Pacific Kansas Spring Hill

FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY 8 5 5

Auburn Georgia Tech Notre Dame

Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 23, 1984 Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 30, 2004 Nov. 30, 1963 Nov. 15, 1969 Oct. 7, 2000

FIRST DOWNS PASSING ALLOWED 20 20 19 19

536 472 448

Wake Forest Boston College Florida State North Carolina Pittsburgh Alabama Florida State

FIRST DOWNS PASSING 23 23 21

Oct. 26, 1968 Oct. 4, 1997

Oct. 24, 1987 Nov. 23, 1996 Nov. 23, 1984 Oct. 3, 1981 Dec. 7, 1963 Oct. 25, 1957

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING ALLOWED 24

-85 -33

Cincinnati Boston College Kansas Vanderbilt Alabama Kansas

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 27 24 23

Auburn Florida State

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS

RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT

FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 33 30 30 30 29 29 29

Oct. 11, 1974 Sept. 30, 1938 Nov. 8, 1980

FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Sept. 30, 1938 (-32 rush, 30 pass) Sept. 13, 1980 (-47 rush, 61 pass) Nov. 7, 1987 (-19 rush, 70 pass)

FIRST DOWNS 33 32 32 32 32 32

Pacific Spring Hill East Carolina

513 472 408

0 0 0

N.C. State

Oct. 18, 1957

UCLA Boston College Wake Forest

Dec. 5, 1998 Nov. 23, 1984 Oct. 31, 2009

SE Louisiana Mississippi Auburn

Oct. 11, 1935 Oct. 26, 1951 Oct. 4, 1974

Memphis West Virginia San Diego State

Nov. 27, 1993 Oct. 2, 2003 Nov. 30, 1991

PASS ATTEMPTS 59 54 53

PASS ATTEMPTS BY OPPONENT 59 55 55 55

Houston Brigham Young California Clemson

Sept. 12, 1991 Sept. 8, 1990 Sept. 15, 1990 Sept. 17, 2005

West Virginia Memphis Arkansas

Oct. 2, 2003 Nov. 27, 1993 Nov. 26, 1988

PASS COMPLETIONS 37 35 33

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POINTS ALLOWED IN A QUARTER PASS COMPLETIONS BY OPPONENT 38 35 34 34

Brigham Young Wake Forest Florida Boston College

Sept. 8, 1990 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 27, 1971 Nov. 23, 1984

Missouri Cincinnati Cincinnati NC State Duke Wake Forest Duke

Oct. 1, 1988 Oct. 22, 1988 Oct. 13, 1984 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 8, 2005 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 18, 2008

Oklahoma Florida UCLA Syracuse NC State

Sept. 8, 2007 Nov. 27, 1971 Dec. 5, 1998 Nov. 21, 1970 Oct. 23, 2004

PUNT RETURN YARDS 199 192

Boston College Louisiana Tech

Nov. 25, 2000 Sept. 18, 2004

PUNT RETURN YARDS ALLOWED 187

Vanderbilt

Nov. 14, 1948

Syracuse

Nov. 28, 1998

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 273

Tampa

Oct. 10, 1942

Charleston CG Georgetown Florida

Oct. 23, 1943 Nov. 3, 1950 Dec. 2, 1978

INTERCEPTIONS MADE 7 7 7 INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 7 7

Dec. 1, 1944 Dec. 8, 1944

Fordham

Oct. 29, 1954

Nov. 14, 2009

Fordham

Oct. 29, 1954

POINTS ALLOWED 70

Texas A&M

Boston College

Nov. 23, 1984

Virginia Tech

Dec. 7, 2002

POINTS SCORED IN A QUARTER 35 35 35

Nov. 24, 1927

Fordham (75-7)

Oct. 29, 1954

MARGIN OF VICTORY 68 MARGIN OF DEFEAT Texas A&M (70-14)

Dec. 8, 1944

NC State.

Nov. 5, 1971

FUMBLES 9 FUMBLES BY AN OPPONENT 8 8 7

Houston Louisiana Tech Boston College

Dec. 5, 1970 Sept. 18, 2004 Nov. 4, 1955

Holy Cross Boston College Louisiana State Indiana Maryland

Oct. 8, 1954 Oct. 25, 1958 Oct. 10, 1959 Oct. 23, 1964 Oct. 2, 1970

FUMBLES LOST 5 5 5 5 5

6 6 6

Florida State Tulane Vanderbilt

Oct. 5, 1962 Nov. 7, 1970 Nov. 15, 1980

Boston College (138 yards) Virginia Tech (160 yards)

Nov. 23, 1991 Oct. 24, 1992

PENALTIES 18 18

18

Kentucky (148 yards)

Oct. 30, 1959

11 11

NC State San Diego State

Nov. 20, 1982 Nov. 18, 1989

9 7 6 6 6 6 6

Florida State Georgia Tech Virginia Tech Florida State West Virginia Syracuse USF

Sept. 5, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Sept. 23, 1995 Oct. 12, 1996 Sept. 27, 1997 Nov. 20, 1997 Nov. 19, 2011

STREAKS

POINTS ALLOWED IN A VICTORY 45

Howard

Dec. 8, 1944

POINTS SCORED IN A DEFEAT 45

52

SACKS BY OPPONENT

North Carolina

POINTS SCORED 75

Oct. 27, 1928

SACKS

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS BY OPPONENT 214

Havana

PENALTIES BY AN OPPONENT Tulsa Texas A&M

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 169

62

FUMBLES LOST BY OPPONENT

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS ALLOWED 222

Nov. 21, 1970 Dec. 5, 1970

POINTS IN A SHUTOUT

56

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 6 5 5 4 4

Syracuse (2nd) Houston (2nd)

POINTS ALLOWED IN A SHUTOUT LOSS

PASSING TOUCHDOWNNS 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

28 28

Cincinnati (2nd) San Diego State (3rd) Rutgers (2nd)

Oct. 7, 1989 Nov. 28, 1992 Oct. 14, 1995

Consecutive Wins: 34, 2000-2002 Consecutive Wins (Regular Season Games): 36, 1985-1988 Consecutive Losses: 8, 1971-1972, 1977-1978 Consecutive Games Without A Win: 9 (one tie), 1963-1964 Consecutive Wins At Home: 58, 1985-1994 Consecutive Losses At Home: 7, 1963-1964 Consecutive Road Wins: 20, 1984-1988 Consecutive Road Losses: 11, 1968-1970 Consecutive Shutouts: 4, 1926, 1936, 1941 Consecutive Shutouts By Opponent: 4, 1927, 1944 Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout: 188, 1979-1996 Consecutive Games Without Making A Shutout: 78, 1968-1975

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Individual Career Records GAMES PLAYED 1. Brandon Meriweather, 2002-03-04-05-06 2. Jon Peattie, 2002-03-04-05-06 LaRon Byrd, 2008-09-10-11 3. William Joseph, 1999-00-01-02 Matt Walters, 1999-00-01-02 Darnell Jenkins, 2003-04-05-06-07 JoJo Nicolas, 2007-08-09-10-11 6. Ed Reed, 1998-99-00-01 Mike Rumph, 1998-99-00-01 D.J. Williams, 2000-01-02-03 Kelly Jennings, 2002-03-04-05 Brian Monroe, 2003-04-05-06 Baraka Atkins, 2003-04-05-06 Tavares Gooden, 2003-04-05-06-07 Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 52 51 51 50 50 50 50 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49

CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED 1. Jon Peattie, 2002-03-04-05-06 2. William Joseph, 1999-00-01-02 Matt Walters, 1999-00-01-02 4. Ed Reed, 1998-99-00-01 Mike Rumph, 1998-99-00-01 Kelly Jennings, 2002-03-04-05

51 50 50 49 49 49

GAMES STARTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

William Joseph, 1999-00-01-02 Joaquin Gonzalez , 1998-99-00-01 Ed Reed, 1998-99-00-01 Jason Fox, 2006-07-08-09 Dan Morgan, 1997-98-99-00 Baraka Atkins, 2003-04-05-06

50 49 48 47 45 45

CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED 1. 2. 3. 4.

William Joseph, 1999-00-01-02 Joaquin Gonzalez , 1998-99-00-01 Dan Morgan, 1997-98-99-00 Mike Rumph, 1998-99-00-01

50 49 45 40

RUSHING YARDAGE (ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ottis Anderson, 1975-76-77-78 (691) Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 (474) James Jackson, 1996-97-98-99-00 (541) Clinton Portis, 1999-00-01 (440) Graig Cooper, 2007-08-09 (430) Danyell Ferguson, 1992-94-95-96 (454) Javarris James, 2006-07-08-09 (505) Willis McGahee, 2001-02 (351) Frank Gore, 2001-02-03-04 (348) Stephen McGuire, 1989-90-91-92 (450)

Ottis Anderson, 1975-76-77-78 (3,331) James Jackson, 1996-97-98-99-00 (2,953) Javarris James, 2006-07-08-09 (2,162) Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 (2,960) Graig Cooper, 2007-08-09-10 Danyell Ferguson, 1992-94-95-96 (2,214) Stephen McGuire, 1989-90-91-92 (1,953) Clinton Portis, 1999-00-01 (2,523) Tyrone Moss, 2003-04-05-06 (1,942) Javarris James, 2006-07-08 (1,670)

Santana Moss, 1997-00 (277 + 2546 + 1196) Ottis Anderson, 1975-76-77-78 (3331 + 539 + 395) Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11 (126 + 2148 + 1602) Graig Cooper, 2007-08-09-10 (2383 + 402 +1079) Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 (960 + 595 + 35) Eddie Dunn, 1936-37-38 (1778 + 32 + 1666) Chuck Foreman, 1970-71-72 (1631 + 732 + 992) James Jackson, 1996-97-98-99-00 (2953 + 278) Tom Sullivan, 1969-70-71 (1541 + 332 + 1132) Alonzo Highsmith, 1983-84-85-86 (1914 + 977 + 44)

35 32 31 29 26 26 25 21 18 18 18

100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES 1. Clinton Portis, 1999-00-01 Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 3. Ottis Anderson, 1975-76-77-78 4. James Jackson, 1997-98-99-00 5. Willis McGahee, 2001-02 6. Lamar Miller 2010-11 7. Frank Gore, 2001-02-03-04 8. Tyrone Moss, 2003-04-05-06 9. Damien Berry 2009-10 10. Eddie Dunn, 1936-37-38 Chuck Foreman, 1970-71-72 Alonzo Highsmith, 1983-84-85-86 Danyell Ferguson, 1992-94-95-96

14 14 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 5 5 5

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (MIN. 250 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 (463-743) Vinny Testaverde, 1982-84-85-86 (413-674) Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 (703-1170) Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 (410-690) Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 (443-747) Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 (478-807) Brock Berlin, 2003-04 (406-700) Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 (668-1153) Ryan Collins, 1992-93-94-95 (165-290) Scott Covington, 1995-96-97-98 (381-497)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 (1170) Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 (1153) Gino Torretta, 1989-90-91-92 (991) Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 (807) Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 (743) Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 (747) Craig Erickson, 1987-88-89-90 (752) Vinny Testaverde, 1982-84-85-86 (674) Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 (690) Brock Berlin, 2003-04 (700)

4,394 4,265 3,876 3,864 3,590 3,476 3,355 3,231 3,005 2,935

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 (703) Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 (668) Gino Torretta, 1989-90-91-92 (555) Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 (478) Craig Erickson, 1987-88-89-90 (420) Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 (443) George Mira, 1961-62-63 (368) Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 (463) Brock Berlin, 2003-04 (406) Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 (410)

PASSING YARDAGE (COMPLETIONS-ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 (668-1153) Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 (703-1170) Gino Torretta, 1989-90-91-92 (555-991) Vinny Testaverde, 1982-84-85-86 (413-674) Craig Erickson, 1987-88-89-90 (420-752) Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 (443-747) Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 (463-743) Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 (478-807) Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 (410-690) Jim Kelly, 1979-80-81-82 (376-676)

9,565 8,826 7,690 6,058 6,056 6,004 5,971 5,805 5,369 5,228

TOTAL OFFENSE (RUSHING + PASSING)

62.3 61.3 60.1 59.4 59.3 59.2 58.0 57.9 56.9 56.5

703 668 555 478 463 443 420 413 410 406

PASS ATTEMPTS (COMPLETIONS) 691 541 505 474 465 454 450 440 412 402

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (RUSHING + RECEIVING + RETURN) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stephen McGuire, 1989-90-91-92 Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 Willis McGahee, 2001-02 James Jackson, 1997-98-99-00 Melvin Bratton, 1984-85-86-87 Tyrone Moss, 2003-04-05-06 7. Eddie Dunn, 1936-37-38 8. Clinton Portis, 1999-00-01 9. Danyell Ferguson, 1992-94-95-96 Alonzo Highsmith, 1983-84-85-86 Javarris James, 2006-07-08-09

PASS COMPLETIONS (ATTEMPTS) 3,331 2,960 2,953 2,523 2,383 2,214 2,162 2,067 1,975 1,953

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (YARDAGE) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,170 1,153 991 807 752 747 745 743 700 690

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 (-79 + 9565) Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 (-3 + 8826) Gino Torretta, 1989-90-91-92 (32 + 7690) Craig Erickson, 1987-88-89-90 (-35 + 6056) Vinny Testaverde, 1982-84-85-86 (-320 + 6058) Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 (-99 + 5805) Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 (-345 + 6004) Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 (-386 + 5971) Jim Kelly, 1979-80-81-82 (124 + 5228) Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 (-41 + 5369)

9,486 8,823 7,722 6,021 5,738 5,706 5,659 5,585 5,352 5,328

TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 1. Ken Dorsey, 1999-00-01-02 2. Jacory Harris, 2008-09-10-11 3. Vinny Testaverde, 1982-84-85-86 Steve Walsh, 1986-87-88 5. Gino Torretta, 1989-90-91-92 6. Craig Erickson, 1987-88-89-90 7. Ryan Clement, 1994-95-96-97 8. Bernie Kosar, 1983-84 9. Kyle Wright, 2004-05-06-07 10. Brock Berlin, 2003-04

86 70 48 48 47 46 43 40 38 34

RECEPTIONS 1. Reggie Wayne, 1997-98-99-00 2. Lamar Thomas, 1989-90-91-92 3. Michael Irvin, 1985-86-87 Santana Moss, 1997-98-99-00 5. Leonard Hankerson, 2007-08-09-10 6. Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11 7. Kellen Winslow, 2001-02-03 8. Willie Smith, 1984-85-86 Wesley Carroll, 1989-90 10. Glenn Dennison, 1981-82-83

173 144 143 143 134 131 119 114 114 108

RECEIVING YARDAGE (RECEPTIONS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Santana Moss, 1997-98-99-00 (143) Reggie Wayne, 1997-98-99-00 (173) Michael Irvin, 1985-86-87 (143) Lamar Thomas, 1989-90-91-92 (144) Leonard Hankerson, 2007-08-09-10 (134) Travis Benjamin 2008-09-10-11 (131) Andre Johnson, 2000-01-02 (92) Eddie Brown, 1983-84 (89) Wesley Carroll, 1989-90 (114) Larry Brodsky, 1979-80-81 (100)

2,546 2,510 2,423 2,271 2,160 2,146 1,831 1,754 1,722 1,696

TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Michael Irvin, 1985-86-87 Lamar Thomas, 1989-90-91-92 Leonard Hankerson, 2007-08-09-10 Reggie Wayne, 1997-98-99-00 Andre Johnson, 2000-01-02 Santana Moss, 1997-98-99-00 Brian Blades, 1984-85-86-87 Eddie Brown, 1983-84 Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11 James Cox, 1965-66-67 Bubba Franks, 1997-98-99

26 23 22 20 20 19 15 14 13 12 12

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TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS 1. Stephen McGuire, 1989-90-91-92 Edgerrin James, 1996-97-98 3. Melvin Bratton, 1984-85-86-87 James Jackson, 1996-97-98-99-00 5. Willis McGahee, 2001-02 6. Santana Moss, 1997-98-99-00 7. Michael Irvin, 1985-86-87 Tyrone Moss, 2003-04-05-06 9. Eddie Dunn, 1936-37-38 Alonzo Highsmith, 1983-84-85-86

TOTAL POINTS SCORED 35 35 32 32 31 29 26 26 25 25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

Carlos Huerta, 1988-89-90-91 Jon Peattie, 2003-04-05-06 Todd Sievers, 1998, 2000-01-02 Greg Cox, 1984-85-86-87 Andy Crosland, 1996-97-98-99 Dane Prewitt, 1992-93-94-95 Matt Bosher, 2008-09-10 Danny Miller, 1978-79-80-81 Edgerrin James,1996-97-98 Stephen McGuire, 1989-90-91-92 Melvin Bratton, 1984-85-86-87

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS (INTERCEPTIONS) 397 337 310 302 292 272 248 244 212 210 192

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Edward Reed, 1998-99-00-01 (21) Sean Taylor, 2001-02-03 (14) Bennie Blades, 1984-85-86-87 (19) Maurice Sikes, 2000-01-02-03 (6) Dexter Siegler, 1990-91-92-93 (8) Greg Perez, 1968-69 (8) Ronnie Lippett, 1980-81-82 (10) John Bookman, 1953-54-55-56 (9) Fred Marion, 1978-79-80-81 (16) Randy Phillips, 2005-06-07-08-09 (5)

389 306 305 222 208 182 179 178 174 170

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS PUNT RETURN YARDS (RETURNS) POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Carlos Huerta, 1988-89-90-91 Todd Sievers, 1998, 2000-01-02 Andy Crosland, 1996-97-98-99 Greg Cox, 1984-85-86-87 Dane Prewitt, 1992-1993-94-95 Jon Peattie, 2003-04-05-06 Matt Bosher, 2008-09-10 Danny Miller, 1978-79-80-81 Chris Dennis, 1974-75-76-77 Harry Ghaul, 1945-46-47-48 Jeff Davis, 1980, 82-83

178 175 163 161 149 145 127 76 66 58 58

CONSECUTIVE POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Carlos Huerta, 1988-89-90-91 Matt Bosher, 2008-09-10 Jon Peattie, 2003-04-05 Greg Cox, 1984-85 Jeff Davis, 1982-83 Dane Prewitt, 1992-93 Greg Cox, 1986-87 Andy Crosland, 1998-99 Jake Wieclaw, 2011 Todd Sievers, 2001-02

157 113 99 78 54 51 44 40 39 37

FIELD GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Carlos Huerta, 1988-89-90-91 Jon Peattie, 2003-04-05-06 Danny Miller, 1978-79-80-81 Greg Cox, 1984-85-86-87 Todd Sievers, 1998, 2000-01-02 Matt Bosher, 2008-09-10 6. Andy Crosland, 1996-97-98-99 7. Dane Prewitt, 1992-93-94-95 8. Chris Dennis, 1974-75-76-77

73 64 56 47 45 45 44 41 31

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dane Prewitt, 1994 Carlos Huerta, 1989-90 Jon Peattie, 2003 Carlos Huerta, 1988 Greg Cox, 1987 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Jake Wieclaw, 2011

13 11 10 9 7 7 7

POINTS SCORED KICKING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Carlos Huerta, 1988-89-90-91 Jon Peattie, 2003-04-05-06 Todd Sievers, 1998, 2000-01-02 Greg Cox, 1984-85-86-87 Andy Crosland, 1996-97-98-99 Dane Prewitt, 1992-93-94-95 Matt Bosher, 2008-09-10 Danny Miller, 1978-79-80-81 Chris Dennis, 1974-75-76-77 Jeff Davis, 1980-82-83

397 337 310 302 292 272 248 244 156 133

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Santana Moss, 1997-98-99 00 (77) Eddie Dunn, 1936-37-38 (91) Kevin Williams, 1990-91-92 (78) Roscoe Parrish, 2002-03-04 (68) Devin Hester, 2003-04-05 (41) Brett Perriman, 1984-85-86-87 (84) Al Kasulin, 1941-42-43 (42) Wesley Carroll, 1989-90 (42) Phillip Buchanon, 1999-00-01 (32) Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11 (84)

1,196 1,153 939 900 638 550 548 484 477 465

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Santana Moss, 1997-98-99-00 Devin Hester, 2003-04-05 Kevin Williams, 1990-91-92 Gordon Malloy, 1952-54 Andy Sixkiller, 1964-65 Phillip Buchanon, 1999-00-01 Roscoe Parrish, 2002-03-04 Thearon Collier, 2008-09

6 4 3 2 2 2 2 2

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (RETURNS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Randal Hill, 1987-88-89-90 (54) Travis Benjamin, 2008-09-10-11 (49) Tom Sullivan, 1969-70-71 (49) J.C. Penny, 1984-85-86 (52) Mark Rush, 1979-80-81-82 (49) Tim Morgan, 1973-74-75-76 (43) Devin Hester, 2003-04-05 (40) Chuck Foreman, 1970-71-72 (42) Graig Cooper, 2007-08-09-10 Darnell Jenkins, 2003-04-05-06-07

1. Edward Reed, 1998-99-00-01 2. Sean Taylor, 2001-02-03 3. Ken Corbin, 1965-66-67 Bennie Blades, 1985-86-87 Dexter Seigler, 1990-91-92-93 Carlos Jones, 1993-94-95-96 Leonard Myers, 1998-99-00-01 Phillip Buchanon, 1999-00-01 Maurice Sikes, 2000-01-02-03

4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH AN INTERCEPTION 1. Bennie Blades, 1986-87 Dexter Seigler, 1992-93 3. Fred Marion, 1980-81 Bennie Blades, 1986 Edward Reed, 2000 Edward Reed, 2001 Sean Taylor, 2003 8. Bryan Ferguson, 1977 Ryan McNeil, 1991 Sean Taylor, 2003

5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1,169 1,137 1,121 1,088 1,066 1,036 1,019 882 873 746

1. Ted Hendricks, 1966-67-68 2. Pete Mastellone, 1948-49-50 Mike Barnes, 1970-71-72 4. George Mira, Jr., 1984-85-86-87 5. Walt Kichefski, 1936-38-39 Sam David, 1948-49-50 Dick Sorensen, 1967-68-69 Al Palewicz, 1969-71-72 Jonathan Vilma, 2000-01-02-03

12 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

SOLO TACKLES BY POSITION KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1. Tim Morgan, 1973-74-75-76 Ottis Anderson, 1975-76-77-78 Devin Hester, 2003-04-05 4. John Bahen, 1961, 63 Joe Schmidt, 1968-69-70 Tom Sullivan, 1969-70-71 Mark Rush, 1979-80-81-82 Tremaine Mack, 1994-96 Lamar Miller, 2010-11

2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

INTERCEPTIONS (RETURN YARDS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Edward Reed, 1998-99-00-01 (389) Bennie Blades, 1984-85-86-87 (305) Jim Dooley, 1949-50-51 (149) Fred Marion, 1978-79-80-81 (174) Sean Taylor, 2001-02-03 (306) Whitey Rouviere, 1952-53-54-55 (55) Gene Coleman, 1977-78-79 (103) 8. Bryan Ferguson, 1975-76-77 (142) Roland Smith, 1987-88-89-90 (138) 10. Whitey Campbell, 1946-47-48-49 (64) Ronnie Lippett, 1980-81-82 (179)

21 19 17 16 14 13 13 11 11 10 10

End - Ted Hendricks, 1966-67-68 Tackle - Lester Williams, 1978-79-80-81 Middle Guard - Jim Burt, 1977-78-79-80 Linebacker - Dan Morgan, 1997-98-99-00 Cornerback - Antrel Rolle, 2001-02-03-04 Safety - Brandon Meriweather, 2002-03-04-05-06

227 210 177 309 127 182

ASSISTS BY POSITION End - Daniel Stubbs, 1984-85-86-87 Tackle - Derwin Jones, 1984-85-86-87 Middle Guard - Jim Burt, 1977-78-79-80 Linebacker - Dan Morgan, 1997-98-99-00 Cornerback - Tolbert Bain, 1984-85-86-87 Safety - Fred Marion, 1978-79-80-81

139 98 86 223 80 152

TOTAL TACKLES AND ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dan Morgan (LB), 1997-98-99-00 George Mira, Jr. (MLB), 1984-85-86-87 Scott Nicolas (LB), 1978-79-80 Micheal Barrow (MLB), 1989-90-91-92 Darrin Smith (LB), 1989-90-91-92 Ray Lewis (MLB), 1993-94-95 Jonathan Vilma (MLB), 2000-01-02-03 Rod Carter (LB), 1985-86-87-88 James Burgess (LB), 1993-94-95-96 Ted Hendricks (E), 1966-67-68

532 490 456 423 401 388 377 361 343 327

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QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Daniel Stubbs, 1984-85-86-87 Greg Mark, 1986-87-88-89 Kenny Holmes, 1993-94-95-96 Jamaal Green, 1999-2000-01-02 Kevin Patrick, 1990-91-92-93 Kenard Lang, 1994-95-96 7. Bob Nelson, 1978-79-80-81 Bill Hawkins, 1985-86-87-88 Rusty Medearis, 1990-91-92-94 10. Jerome Brown, 1983-84-85-86

39.5 34.5 30 24 23 23 22 22 22 21

Returning players in bold

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Individual Season Records RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Willis McGahee, 2002 Edgerrin James, 1998 Lamar Miller, 2011 Ottis Anderson, 1978 Clinton Portis, 2001 Edgerrin James, 1997 Danyell Ferguson, 1995 James Jackson, 2000 Jarrett Payton, 2003 Chuck Foreman, 1971

1,753 1,416 1,272 1,266 1,200 1,098 1,069 1,006 985 951

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (RUSHING + RECEIVING + RETURN) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Willis McGahee, 2002 (1,753 + 355 + 0) Ottis Anderson, 1978 (1,266 + 47 + 395) Edgerrin James, 1998 (1,416 + 255 + 0) Santana Moss, 2000 (201 + 748 + 655) Chuck Foreman, 1972 (484 + 557 + 514) Lamar Miller, 2011 (1272 + 85 + 162) Santana Moss, 1999 (2+899+601) Chuck Foreman, 1971 (951 + 72 + 444) Graig Cooper, 2009 (695 + 132 + 590) Edgerrin James, 1997 (1,098 + 250+ 35)

TOTAL OFFENSE (RUSHING + PASSING) 2,108 1,708 1,671 1,604 1,555 1,519 1,502 1,467 1,417 1,383

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Willis McGahee, 2002 Edgerrin James, 1998 Lamar Miller, 2011 Ottis Anderson, 1978 Clinton Portis, 2001 Ottis Anderson, 1976 Danyell Ferguson, 1995 James Jackson, 2000 Frank Gore, 2004 Damien Berry, 2010

Al Shipman, 1994 (45) Frank Gore, 2001 (62) Jack Losch, 1955 (47) James Jackson, 1997 (81) John Varone, 1955 (46) Najeh Davenport, 1998 (55) 7. Larry Jones, 1993 (57) 8. Harry Ghaul, 1948 (25) Jim Dooley, 1950 (98) 10. John Douglas, 1938 (27)

282 242 227 224 220 213 212 201 197 190

10.01 9.10 9.06 7.35 7.04 7.04 7.02 7.00 7.00 6.70

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Jacory Harris, 2011 (195-300) Vinny Testaverde, 1986 (175-276) Bernie Kosar, 1984 (262-416) Ken Dorsey, 1999 (74-120) Bernie Kosar, 1983 (201-327) Vinny Testaverde, 1985 (216-352) Kyle Wright, 2006 (152-250) Jacory Harris, 2008 (118-194) 9. Ryan Clement, 1996 (164-272) 10. Brock Berlin, 2003(&) (211-352)

Willis McGahee, 2002 (13) Edgerrin James, 1998 (11) Ottis Anderson, 1978 (11) Edgerrin James, 1997 (10) Clinton Portis, 2001 (11) Lamar Miller, 2011 (12) Danyell Ferguson, 1995 (11) James Jackson, 2000 (11) Chuck Foreman, 1971 (11) Clinton Portis, 1999 (10)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Willis McGahee, 2002 Edgerrin James, 1998 Eddie Dunn, 1938 Harry Ghaul, 1945 Edgerrin James, 1997 6. James Stewart, 1994 Danyell Ferguson, 1995 Tyrone Moss, 2005 9. Stephen McGuire, 1990 James Jackson, 1999 James Jackson, 2000

Bernie Kosar, 1984 Jacory Harris, 2009 Gino Torretta, 1992 Craig Erickson, 1990 Ken Dorsey, 2002 Steve Walsh, 1988 Gino Torretta, 1991 Vinny Testaverde, 1985 Brock Berlin, 2003 Brock Berlin, 2004

416 406 402 393 393 390 371 352 352 348

PASS COMPLETIONS 134.8 128.7 115.1 109.8 109.1 106.0 97.2 91.5 86.5 83.9

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4.

65.0 63.4 63.0 61.7 61.5 61.4 60.8 60.8 60.3 59.9

PASS ATTEMPTS

10.

RUSHING AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME (MIN. 9 GAMES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernie Kosar, 1984 (-230 + 3,642) Craig Erickson, 1990 (-26 + 3,363) Ken Dorsey, 2002 (-39 + 3,369) Gino Torretta, 1991 (60 + 3,095) Jacory Harris, 2009 (-219 + 3,352) Steve Walsh, 1988 (-33 + 3,115) Vinny Testaverde, 1985 (-158 + 3,238) Gino Torretta, 1992 (-24 + 3,060) Ken Dorsey, 2000 (-23 + 2,737) Ken Dorsey, 2001 (3 + 2,652)

3,412 3,389 3,330 3,155 3,133 3,082 3,080 3,036 2,714 2,655

RECEPTIONS

RUSHING AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY (MIN. 25 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernie Kosar, 1984 Jacory Harris, 2009 Steve Walsh, 1988 Gino Torretta, 1992 Craig Erickson, 1990 Ken Dorsey, 2002 Vinny Testaverde, 1985 Brock Berlin, 2003 Gino Torretta, 1991 Bernie Kosar, 1983

262 242 233 228 225 222 216 211 205 201

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Leonard Hankerson, 2010 Willie Smith, 1984 Wesley Carroll, 1990 Kellen Winslow, 2003 Eddie Brown, 1984 Cleveland Gary, 1988 Kellen Winslow, 2002 8. Santana Moss, 1999 Dale Dawkins, 1989 Glenn Dennison, 1983

72 66 61 60 59 57 57 54 54 54

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Leonard Hankerson, 2010 Eddie Brown, 1984 Andre Johnson, 2002 Wesley Carroll, 1990 Santana Moss, 1999 Michael Irvin, 1986 Willie Smith, 1984 Michael Irvin, 1985 Dale Dawkins, 1989 Tommy Streeter, 2011

1,156 1,114 1,092 952 899 868 852 840 833 811

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Leonard Hankerson 2. Michael Irvin, 1986 3. Lamar Thomas, 1992 Reggie Wayne, 2000 Andre Johnson, 2001 6. Eddie Brown, 1984 Michael Irvin, 1985 Andre Johnson, 2002 9. Andre Brown, 1988 Santana Moss, 1998 Kellen Winslow, 2002 Roscoe Parrish, 2004 Tommy Streeter, 2011

13 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

PASSING YARDS 28 17 14 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bernie Kosar, 1984 Ken Dorsey, 2002 Craig Erickson, 1990 Jacory Harris, 2009 Vinny Testaverde, 1985 Steve Walsh, 1988 Gino Torretta, 1991 Gino Torretta, 1992 Ken Dorsey, 2000 Brock Berlin, 2004

3,642 3,369 3,363 3,352 3,238 3,115 3,095 3,060 2,737 2,680

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS 1. Willis McGahee, 2002 2. Edgerrin James, 1998 3. Eddie Dunn, 1938 Edgerrin James, 1997 5. Harry Ghaul, 1945 Danyell Ferguson, 1995 James Jackson 2000 Leonard Hankerson, 2010 9. James Stewart, 1994 Tyrone Moss, 2005

28 19 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES 1. Willis McGahee, 2002 2. Ottis Anderson, 1978 Clinton Portis, 2001 4. Edgerrin James, 1998 Lamar Miller, 2011 6. Alonzo Highsmith, 1984 Edgerrin James, 1997 Clinton Portis, 1999 9. Chuck Foreman, 1971 Ottis Anderson, 1976 Danyell Ferguson, 1995 James Jackson, 2000 Damien Berry, 2010

10 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Steve Walsh, 1988 Ken Dorsey, 2002 Vinny Testaverde, 1986 Bernie Kosar, 1984 Ken Dorsey, 2000 Jacory Harris, 2009 Ken Dorsey, 2001 Craig Erickson, 1990 Brock Berlin, 2004 Vinny Testaverde, 1985

29 28 26 25 25 24 23 22 22 21

POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Todd Sievers, 2002 Todd Sievers, 2001 Todd Sievers, 2000 Andy Crosland, 1998 Matt Bosher, 2009 Carlos Huerta, 1990 7. Carlos Huerta, 1989 8. Greg Cox, 1985 Andy Crosland, 1999 10. Jon Peattie, 2004

66 56 52 51 50 50 47 46 46 45

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KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (ATTEMPTS) CONSECUTIVE POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWNS 1. Matt Bosher, 2009 Carlos Huerta, 1990 3. Carlos Huerta, 1989 4. Jon Peattie, 2004 5. Carlos Huerta, 1988 6. Greg Cox, 1987 7. Greg Cox, 1984 Matt Bosher, 2008 9. Jake Wieclaw, 2011 10. Greg Cox, 1985

POINTS SCORED KICKING 50 50 47 45 44 43 40 40 39 38

FIELD GOALS 1. Jon Peattie, 2003 2. Carlos Huerta, 1988 Todd Sievers, 2001 4. Danny Miller, 1981 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Matt Bosher, 2008 7. Greg Cox, 1987 Carlos Huerta, 1990 Carlos Huerta, 1991 10. Danny Miller, 1980 Jon Peattie, 2004 Jon Peattie, 2005

Dane Prewitt, 1994 Matt Bosher, 2009 Jon Peattie, 2003 Carlos Huerta, 1988 Matt Bosher, 2008 Greg Cox, 1987 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Jake Wieclaw, 2011

119 107 105 103 101 101 94 94 92 90

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Willis McGahee, 2002 Todd Sievers, 2001 Edgerrin James, 1998 Carlos Huerta, 1988 Todd Sievers, 2002 Jon Peattie, 2003 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Carlos Huerta, 1990 9. Harry Ghaul, 1945 10. Matt Bosher, 2008 Greg Cox, 1987

168 119 114 107 105 103 101 101 100 94 94

PUNTING AVERAGE (ATTEMPTS) 28 27 27 24 22 22 22 26 21 21 21 21

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Todd Sievers, 2001 Carlos Huerta, 1988 Todd Sievers, 2002 Jon Peattie, 2003 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Carlos Huerta, 1990 7. Greg Cox, 1987 Matt Bosher, 2008 9. Matt Bosher, 2009 10. Jon Peattie, 2004

POINTS SCORED 22 21 21 18 18 18 17 17 17 15 15 15

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. Jon Peattie, 2003 2. Danny Miller, 1981 Carlos Huerta, 1988 4. Jon Peattie, 2004 5. Greg Cox, 1987 Carlos Huerta, 1989 Todd Sievers, 2002 8. Todd Sievers, 2001 9. Chris Dennis, 1975 Carlos Huerta, 1990 Carlos Huerta, 1991 Dane Prewitt, 1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

13 12 10 9 8 7 7 7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Matt Bosher, 2010 (59) Freddie Capshaw, 2000 (49) Pat Barrett, 1969 (45) Howard Plasman, 1941 (54) Dalton Botts, 2011 (48) Matt Bosher, 2009 (51) Harry Ghaul, 1946 (57) Freddie Capshaw, 2001 (36) Brian Monroe, 2006 (58) Rick Tuten, 1984 (38)

44.02 43.20 43.10 42.70 42.70 42.50 42.10 41.80 41.71 41.60

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Santana Moss, 2000 Kevin Williams, 1991 Santana Moss, 1999 Phillip Buchanon, 2001 Eddie Dunn, 1938 Al Kasulin, 1942 Eddie Dunn, 1937 Roscoe Parrish, 2002 Wesley Carroll, 1989 Eddie Dunn, 1936

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Travis Benjamin, 2011 (25) Graig Cooper, 2009 (52) Tremain Mack, 1996 (14) Jason Geathers, 2002 (24) Devin Hester, 2003 (18) Randal Hill, 1987 (19) Travis Benjamin, 2008 (22) Jim Joiner, 1979 (19) J.C. Penny, 1986 (19) Chuck Foreman, 1972 (22)

592 582 528 521 517 497 496 454 452 435

PASS INTERCEPTIONS 1. Bennie Blades, 1986 Sean Taylor, 2003 3. Gene Coleman, 1979 Edward Reed, 2001 5. Edward Reed, 2000 6. Whitey Rouviere, 1954 Racey Timmons, 1960 Bryan Ferguson, 1977 Fred Marion, 1980 10. Arnold Tucker, 1943 Jim Dooley, 1951 John Bookman, 1956 Jimmy Dye, 1967 Fred Marion, 1981

10 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

PASS INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS (INTERCEPTIONS) 1. Edward Reed, 2001 (9) 2. Sean Taylor, 2003 (10) 3. Maurice Sikes, 2002 (3) 4. Gary Streicher, 1972 (3) 5. Dexter Seigler, 1992 (4) 6. John Bookman, 1956 (6) 7. Arnold Tucker, 1943 (6) 8. Bennie Blades, 1986 (10) 9. Ken Corbin, 1967 (2) 10. Sean Taylor, 2002 (4)

206 184 150 148 146 137 132 128 125 122

655 560 467 464 412 412 405 392 381 367

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Individual Game Records RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. Ottis Anderson at Florida, 1978 Edgerrin James vs. UCLA 1998 Willis McGahee vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 4. Clinton Portis at Boston College, 2001 5. Clinton Portis at Virginia Tech, 2001 6. Lorenzo Roan vs. East Carolina, 1980 Edgerrin James at Boston College, 1997 James Jackson vs. Penn State, 1999 9. Woody Thompson vs. Boston College, 1973 Willis McGahee at West Virginia, 2002

TOTAL OFFENSE (RUSHING + PASSING) 39 39 39 36 34 33 33 33 32 32

RUSHING YARDS (ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Edgerrin James vs. UCLA, 1998 (39) Edgerrin James at Boston College, 1997 (33) Lorenzo Roan vs. East Carolina, 1980 (33) Willis McGahee vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 (39) Willis McGahee at Florida, 2002 (24) Jason Geathers vs. Florida A&M, 2002 (22) Frank Gore at Virginia, 2004 (28) Tyrone Moss vs. North Carolina, 2005 (24) 9. Edgerrin James vs. Rutgers, 1997 (30) 10. James Jackson vs. Temple, 1997 (18) Willis McGahee at Rutgers, 2002 (23)

Jack Losch vs. Bucknell, 1955 (4) Al Shipman vs. Georgia Southern, 1994 (5) Frank Gore vs. West Virginia, 2001 (6) Walter Watt vs. St. Louis, 1942 (6) Larry Jones at Pittsburgh, 1993 (8) Jack Losch vs. Boston College, 1955 (8) Eddie Dunn vs. Spring Hill, 1936 (8) Eddie Dunn vs. Georgia State, 1937 (11) James Jackson at Virginia Tech, 1997 (9) Clinton Portis at Washington, 2000 (6)

39.3 26.0 20.7 20.3 16.9 16.3 16.2 15.9 15.8 15.6

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Willis McGahee vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 2. Bill L‘Italien vs. Piedmont, 1933 3. Melvin Bratton vs. Boston College, 1984 Alonzo Highsmith vs. Notre Dame, 1984 Willis McGahee at Temple, 2002 Tyrone Moss vs. North Carolina, 2005

6 5 4 4 4 4

PASS COMPLETIONS (ATTEMPTS) 1. Brock Berlin vs. West Virginia, 2003 (54) 2. Steve Walsh vs. Arkansas, 1988 (50) 3. Gino Torretta vs. San Jose State, 1989 (49) Craig Erickson at California, 1990 (47) Ryan Collins vs. Memphis State, 1993 (54) 6. Steve Walsh at Notre Dame, 1988 (50) Gino Torretta at Iowa, 1992 (51) 8. Bernie Kosar vs. Maryland, 1984 (50) 9. Bernie Kosar vs. Pittsburgh, 1984 (42) 10. Jacory Harris at North Carolina, 2009 (50) Craig Erickson at BYU, 1990 (52) Gino Torretta vs. West Virginia, 1992 (40) Gino Torretta at Syracuse, 1992 (43) Ken Dorsey vs. Ohio State, 2002 (43)

54 54 52 51 50 50 50 50 49 47 47

PASSING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gino Torretta vs. San Diego State, 1991 (23-44) Gino Torretta vs. San Jose State, 1989 (32-49) Craig Erickson at California, 1990 (32-47) Bernie Kosar vs. Boston College, 1984 (25-38) Gino Torretta at Iowa, 1992 (31-51) Steve Walsh at Notre Dame, 1988 (31-50) Craig Erickson vs. San Diego State, 1989 (27-45) 8. Ken Dorsey at West Virginia, 2002 (22-36) 9. Ryan Collins vs. Memphis State, 1993 (32-54) 10. Jacory Harris at Florida State, 2009 (21-34)

PASS INTERCEPTIONS 474 472 451 443 436 420 417 414 398 373

1. Bernie Kosar vs. Cincinnati, 1984 Steve Walsh vs. Cincinnati, 1988 Ken Dorsey vs. Boston College, 2000 Brock Berlin at NC State, 2004 Kyle Wright at Wake Forest, 2005 6. 14 times, most recent: Jacory Harris vs. Duke, 2008

5 5 5 5 5 4

RECEPTIONS (YARDS) 1. Willie Smith vs. Maryland, 1984 (128) 2. Jerry Daanen vs. Louisiana State, 1965 (127) Willie Smith vs. Florida, 1984 (152) Cleveland Gary vs. Notre Dame, 1988 (130) Wesley Carroll vs. California, 1990 (208) Wesley Carroll vs. Syracuse, 1990 (97) Kellen Winslow vs. Ohio State, 2002 (122) 8. Eddie Brown vs. Boston College, 1984 (220) Willie Smith vs. Louisville, 1984 (124) Andre Brown vs. Brigham Young, 1988 (131) Wesley Carroll vs. Florida State, 1989 (119)

12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

RECEIVING YARDS (RECEPTIONS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eddie Brown vs. Boston College, 1984 (10) Wesley Carroll vs. California, 1990 (11) Andre Johnson vs. Nebraska, 2002 (7) Michael Irvin vs. East Carolina, 1986 (8) Andre Johnson vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 (6) Joe Schmidt vs. Houston, 1969 (5) Andre Johnson at Syracuse, 2002 (6) Santana Moss vs. Florida State, 1999 (9) Tommy Streeter vs. Virginia, 2011 (7) Yatil Green vs. Virginia Tech, 1995 (8)

220 208 199 194 193 186 181 180 176 171

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 37 33 32 32 32 31 31 30 29 28 28 28 28 28

PASS ATTEMPTS (COMPLETIONS) 1. Ryan Collins vs. Memphis State, 1993 (32) Brock Berlin vs. West Virginia, 2003 (37) 3. Craig Erickson at BYU, 1990 (28) 4. Gino Torretta at Iowa, 1992 (31) 5. Jacory Harris at North Carolina, 2009 (28) Bernie Kosar vs. Maryland, 1984 (30) Steve Walsh at Notre Dame, 1988 (31) Steve Walsh vs. Arkansas, 1988 (33) 9. Gino Torretta vs. San Jose State, 1989 (32) 10. Craig Erickson at California, 1990 (32) Jacory Harris vs. Florida State, 2010 (19)

Gino Torretta vs. San Diego State, 1991 (-11 + 485) Craig Erickson vs. California, 1990 (5 + 467) Gino Torretta vs. Iowa, 1992 (18 + 433) Gino Torretta vs. San Jose State, 1989 (-25 + 468) Bernie Kosar vs. Boston College, 1984 (-11 + 447) Steve Walsh vs. Notre Dame, 1988 (-4 + 424) Ryan Collins vs. Memphis State, 1993 (25 + 392) Ken Dorsey at West Virginia, 2002 (-8 + 422) Craig Erickson vs. San Diego State, 1989 (-26 + 424) Vinny Testaverde vs. East Carolina, 1985 (-12 + 385)

TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 299 271 249 205 204 199 195 195 194 187 187

RUSHING AVERAGE (MIN. 4 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

485 468 467 447 433 424 424 422 392 386

1. Willis McGahee vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 2. Bill L‘Italien vs. Piedmont, 1933 3. Melvin Bratton vs. Boston College, 1984 Alonzo Highsmith vs. Notre Dame, 1984 Willis McGahee at Temple, 2002 Tyrone Moss vs. North Carolina, 2005

6 5 4 4 4 4

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWNS (ATTEMPTS) 1. Andy Crosland vs. East Tennessee State, 1998 (9) Todd Sievers vs. Florida A&M 2002 (9) 3. Carlos Huerta vs. Cincinnati, 1989 (8) Dane Prewitt vs. San Diego State, 1992 (8) Dane Prewitt vs. Georgia Southern, 1994 (8) Dane Prewitt vs. Rutgers, 1995 (8) Todd Sievers vs. Syracuse, 2001 (8) Todd Sievers vs. Washington, 2001 (9) Todd Sievers vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 (8) 10. 15 times (most recent: Jake Wieclaw vs. Duke, 2011)

9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7

FIELD GOALS 1. Jon Peattie vs. West Virginia, 2003 2. Danny Miller vs. Houston, 1981 Danny Miller vs. North Texas State, 1981 Greg Cox at Florida, 1984 Carlos Huerta at Syracuse, 1990 Dane Prewitt vs. Washington, 1994 Todd Sievers at Penn State, 2001 Todd Sievers at Boston College, 2001 Todd Sievers at Virginia Tech, 2001 Todd Sievers at Tennessee, 2002

5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. 5 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Harry Ghaul vs. Miami (Ohio), 1946 (6) Mike Burke vs. Houston, 1972 (6) Brian Monroe vs. North Carolina, 2006 (7) Harry Ghaul vs. Georgia, 1948 (5) Al Kasulin vs. Jacksonville Air Base, 1942 (6) Harry Ghaul vs. Villanova, 1947 (6) 7. Freddie Capshaw vs. Virginia Tech, 2002 (3) 8. Pat Barrett vs. LSU, 1969 (11) Rod Huffman vs. Florida State, 1975 (7) 10. Harry Ghaul vs. Cincinnati, 1948 (7)

55.3 50.3 49.3 49.2 48.3 48.3 48.0 47.8 47.8 47.6

1. Joe Dixon vs. Catholic University, 1937 Bill Steiner vs. Georgia, 1940 Al Hudson vs. Michigan State, 1945 Whitey Campbell vs. Chattanooga, 1946 Whitey Campbell vs. Rollins, 1947 Al Hudson vs. Georgia, 1948 John Bookman vs. Boston College, 1956 Larry DiGiammarino vs. Oregon, 1958 Gene Coleman vs. Florida, 1979 Bobby Harden vs. Brigham Young, 1988 Kenny Phillips vs. Duke, 2006

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

LONGEST PASS PLAY 1. Gino Torretta to Horace Copeland vs. Arkansas, 1991 2. Kyle Wright to Sinorice Moss at Temple, 2005 3. V. Testaverde to Alonzo Highsmith vs. East Carolina, 1985 Gino Torretta to Wesley Carroll vs. Cincinnati, 1989 5. Bernie Kosar to Eddie Brown vs. Cincinnati, 1984 Scott Covington to Tony Gaiter vs. Pittsburgh, 1996 7. Scott Covington to Reggie Wayne vs. Virginia Tech, 1998 8. Vinny Testaverde to Brian Blades vs. Boston College, 1985 Frank Costa to Chris T. Jones vs. Rutgers, 1994 10. Frank Smith to Al Hudson vs Georgia, 1948 Mark Richt to Larry Brodsky vs. Florida A&M, 1980

99 92 88 88 85 85 84 82 82 81 81

LONGEST RUSH FROM SCRIMMAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jack Losch vs. Bucknell, 1955 Larry Jones vs. Pittsburgh, 1993 Mike Vacchio vs. Florida State, 1951 Danyell Ferguson vs. Boston College, 1995 Harry Ghaul vs. Florida, 1947 Al Shipman vs. Georgia Southern, 1994 Clinton Portis vs. McNeese State 2000 8. Joe Plevel vs. Villanova, 1957 Ottis Anderson vs. Florida State, 1978 Edgerrin James vs. Rutgers, 1997

90 88 87 85 82 82 82 80 80 80

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 1. Danny Miller vs. Florida State, 1981 2. Danny Miller vs. Florida, 1981 Jon Peattie vs. Virginia Tech, 2006 4. Chris Dennis vs. Navy, 1975 5. Danny Miller vs. Notre Dame, 1981 Todd Sievers at Florida, 2002 7. Greg Cox vs. East Carolina, 1987 Carlos Huerta vs. Michigan State, 1989 Carlos Huerta vs. Syracuse, 1990 Matt Bosher vs. Wake Forest, 2008

57 55 55 54 53 53 52 52 52 52

LONGEST PUNT 1. Rob Rajsich vs. Kansas, 1978 2. Harry Ghaul vs. Florida, 1947 Rob Rajsich vs. Florida State, 1978 4. Matt Bosher vs. Duke, 2008 5. Matt Bosher vs. Virginia Tech, 2007 6. Howard Plasman vs. Alabama, 1941 Brian Monroe vs. North Carolina, 2006 8. John Douglas vs. Florida, 1938 9. Al Kasulin vs. Furman, 1942 Harvey Foster vs. Georgia, 1961

79 77 77 76 75 74 74 73 71 71

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 1. Roscoe Parrish at Boston College, 2003 Devin Hester vs. Louisiana Tech, 2004 3. Kevin Williams vs. Penn State, 1991 4. Walter Watt vs. Texas A&M, 1944 Daryl Jones vs. Boston College, 2000 6. Duane Starks vs. Baylor, 1997 Santana Moss vs. Boston College, 2000 8. Jack Brasington vs. Louisville, 1949 9. Hal Johnston & John Mell vs. LSU, 1946 10. Jimmy Dye vs. Florida, 1967

92 92 91 87 87 85 85 82 80 79

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kevin Williams vs. Penn State, 1991 (4) Devin Hester vs. Louisiana Tech, 2004 (2) Santana Moss vs. Rutgers, 1999 (4) Duane Starks vs. Baylor, 1997 (4) Wesley Carroll vs. Wisconsin, 1989 (6) Santana Moss vs. Temple, 2000 (4) Roscoe Parrish at Virginia, 2004 (3) 8. Kevin Williams vs. Long Beach State, 1992 (4) 9. Santana Moss vs. Boston College, 2000 (4) 10. Phillip Buchanon vs. Temple, 2001 (3)

152 142 127 123 122 121 121 120 114 109

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LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 1. Tim Morgan vs. Houston, 1975 Ottis Anderson vs. Utah State, 1978 Ottis Anderson vs. Tulane, 1978 Devin Hester at North Carolina State, 2004 5. Tom Sullivan vs. Army, 1971 6. Devin Hester vs. Florida, 2003 7. Russell Coates vs. West Virginia, 1942 8. Tremain Mack at Syracuse, 1996 9. John Bahen vs. Florida, 1961 Tim Morgan vs. Notre Dame, 1976

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 100 100 100 100 99 97 96 95 93 93

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Najeh Davenport at Syracuse, 1998 (7) Tremain Mack at Temple, 1996 (4) Tremain Mack at Syracuse, 1996 (3) Silvio Cardoso vs. Wake Forest, 1971 (2) Tom Sullivan at Florida State, 1969 (5) Ryan Hill vs. Virginia, 2007 (6) 7. Tim Morgan at Notre Dame, 1976 (4) Travis Benjamin vs. Virginia, 2011 (4) 8. Devin Hester at North Carolina State, 2004 (2) 10. J.C. Penny at Florida State, 1985 (4)

208 205 146 140 135 135 130 130 129 127

1. 2. 3. 4.

Selwyn Brown vs. Boston College, 1985 Paul Hefti vs. Fordham, 1954 Maurice Sikes at Florida, 2002 Ed Injaychock vs. Chattanooga, 1946 Gary Streicher vs. Army, 1972 6. Kenny Calhoun vs. Louisville, 1983 7. Dexter Seigler vs. Temple, 1992 Al Hudson vs. Holy Cross, 1946 9. Art Knust vs. Marquette, 1952 Willie Cooper at Duke, 2006

100 98 97 96 96 92 89 89 85 85

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MIAMI MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Consecutive Pass Completions: 14 by Vinny Testaverde vs. Oklahoma, 1986 Consecutive Field Goals: 13 by Dane Prewitt, 1994 Best Field Goal Percentage, Season: 92.9 by Dane Prewitt, 1994 (13-14) Touchdown Receptions, Game: 3 by Santana Moss at Rutgers, 1998; Tony Gaiter vs. Pittsburgh, 1996; Lamar Thomas vs. Texas Tech, 1990 Consecutive Games Rushing 100 Yards: 7 by Edgerrin James, 1998 Consecutive Games Passing 200 Yards: 12 by Steve Walsh, 1987-88; Vinny Testaverde, 1985-86 Games Passing 200 Yards, Career: 28 by Ken Dorsey, 1999-2002 Games Passing 200 Yards, Season: 11 by Steve Walsh, 1988; Vinny Testaverde, 1985 Games Passing 300 Yards, Career: 10 by Gino Torretta, 1989-92 Games Passing 300 Yards, Season: 8 by Bernie Kosar, 1984 Consecutive Passes Without an Interception: 193 by Ken Dorsey, 1999-00 Consecutive Passes Without an Interception, Game: 50 by Gino Torretta vs. Arizona, 1991; Steve Walsh vs. Arkansas, 1988 Consecutive Games With a Touchdown Catch: 8 by Michael Irvin, 1988 Consecutive Games With a Touchdown: 10 by Willis McGahee, 2002 Consecutive Games With a Reception: 36 by Reggie Wayne, 1997-00 Fumble Recoveries, Game: 4 by Jim Burt vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 Interception Returns For Touchdowns, Game: 2 by Ken Corbin vs. Florida, 1967

OPPONENT SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Total Offense: 517 yards by Doug Flutie, Boston College, 1984 (45 rushing, 472 passing) Rushes: 39 by Craig Heyward, Pittsburgh, 1986 (254 yards) Rushing Yards: 297 by Curtis Kuykendall, Auburn, 1944 (33) Longest Run: 83 by Carl Genito, Kentucky, 1948 Rushing Average: 18.3 by Liston Bochette, Rollins, 1949 (146 yds, 8 att) Pass Attempts: 72 (72-42-3) by Luke McCown, Louisiana Tech 2000 Pass Completions: 42 by Luke McCown, Louisiana Tech 2000 Passing Yards: 513 by Cade McNown, UCLA (26 of 35) Longest Pass Play: 96 by Sam Hollenbach to Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland, 2006 Touchdown Passes: 5 by Cade McNown, UCLA, 1998; Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, 2007 Receptions: 16 by Fred Gilbert, Houston, 1991 Extra Points: 9 by Nate Trout, Syracuse, 1998 Field Goals: 5 by Craig Hentrick, Notre Dame, 1990; Gary Cismesia, Florida State, 2007 Longest Field Goal: 58 yards by Kendall Trainor, Arkansas, 1988; Mason Crosby, Colorado, 2005 Punt Average: 59.0 by Sean Liss, Florida State, 1996 (2) Longest Punt: 88 yards by John Fritsch, Maryland, 1956 Longest Punt Return: 96 yards by Hal Griffin, Florida, 1946 Longest Kickoff Return: 100 yards by Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, 1998; Keith Ross (10) & Dexter Carter (90), Florida State, 1986; Mike Esposito, Boston College, 1973; Gary Martin, Alabama, 1963; Bob Polidor, Villanova, 1946 Interceptions: 3 by Kendrick Burney, North Carolina, 2009; Kevin Walker, East Carolina, 1985; Jack Eastwood, West Virginia, 1973 Interception Return: 170 yards by Kendrick Burney, North Carolina, 2009

MIAMI IN THE NCAA RECORD BOOK Individual Statistical Champions Individual (Career) Pass Efficiency Rating

Team Statistical Champions Scoring Defense Vinny Testaverde, 1982, 84-86

152.9

George Mira, 1963 Vinny Testaverde, 1986 Tremain Mack, 1996 Santana Moss, 2000 Todd Sievers, 2001 Bennie Blades, 1986 Edward Reed, 2001

2,318 165.8 39.5 4 1.91 0.91 0.82

Other Records Held Longest Pass Gino Torretta to Horace Copeland, 1991 vs. Arkansas Fewest Times Sacked Steve Walsh, 1988 Games Scoring a Touchdown Willis McGahee, 2002 Consecutive Home Wins Oct. 12, 1985-Sept. 24, 1994 Consecutive Games No Ties Nov. 11, 1968 - end of 1995 (NCAA instituted overtime in 1996, eliminating tie games)

99 4 12 58 345

Individual (Season) Total Offense Pass Efficiency Rating Kickoff Return Yards Average Punt Returns for Touchdown Field Goals Per Game Interceptions Per Game

Total Defense

Rushing Defense Passing Defense

Turnover Margin Punting Average Punt Return Average Kickoff Return Average Pass Defense (Yards Per Game) Pass Efficiency Defense Fewest Yards Allowed Per Pass Completion

Miami - 1989 9.3 Miami - 1991....................... 9.1 Miami - 1994.....................10.8 Miami - 2001....................... 9.4 Miami - 1956 189.4 Miami - 1989.................. 216.5 Miami - 1994.................. 220.9 Miami - 1956 106.9 Miami - 1994 81.3 Miami - 2002 119.7 Miami - 2003 143.5 Miami - 2005 152.2 Miami - 2002 +2.36 Miami - 1945 39.9 Miami - 1954 19.7 Miami - 1971 24.1 Miami - 1996.....................28.9 Miami - 2002 119.69 Miami - 2001 75.60 Miami - 2002.................. 83.91 Miami - 2002 9.5

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Year by Year Leaders RUSHING YARDS

RECEIVING

Year

Name

Att.

Yards

Avg.

Year

Name (Pos.)

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Lamar Miller Damien Berry Graig Cooper Graig Cooper Graig Cooper Javarris James Tyrone Moss Frank Gore Jarrett Payton Willis McGahee Clinton Portis James Jackson Clinton Portis Edgerrin James Edgerrin James Dyral McMillan Danyell Ferguson James Stewart James Stewart Donnell Bennett Stephen McGuire Stephen McGuire Leonard Conley Cleveland Gary Warren Williams Alonzo Highsmith Warren Williams Alonzo Highsmith Albert Bentley Keith Griffin Lorenzo Roan Lorenzo Roan Chris Hobbs Ottis Anderson Ottis Anderson Ottis Anderson Ottis Anderson Woody Thompson Woody Thompson Chuck Foreman Chuck Foreman Tom Sullivan Vincent Opalsky Vincent Opalsky John Acuff Doug McGee Pete Banaszak Russell Smith Pete Banaszak Nick Ryder James Vollenweider Eddie Johns Frank Bouffard Frank Bouffard John Varone Don Bosseler Don Bosseler Gordon Malloy Gordon Malloy Pud Constantino Harry Mallios Jim Dooley Bob Campbell Frank Smith Harry Ghaul

227 190 134 171 125 175 137 197 182 282 220 201 143 242 184 111 212 147 112 97 123 150 134 117 135 105 89 146 144 131 111 152 105 224 187 213 67 78 189 107 191 156 109 152 112 100 111 84 97 155 112 123 105 77 79 161 104 87 90 81 138 98 98 71 53

1,272 899 695 841 682 802 701 945 985 1,753 1,200 1,006 839 1,416 1,098 565 1,069 724 639 421 608 621 529 480 673 442 522 906 722 473 388 669 406 1,266 782 918 365 343 802 484 951 461 453 446 572 377 473 370 461 702 538 521 387 289 460 723 435 492 342 400 494 532 482 250 310

5.6 4.7 5.2 4.9 5.5 4.7 5.1 4.8 5.4 6.2 5.5 5.0 5.9 5.9 6.0 5.1 5.0 4.9 5.7 4.3 4.9 4.1 3.9 4.1 5.0 4.2 5.9 6.2 5.0 3.6 3.3 4.4 3.9 5.7 4.1 4.3 5.5 4.4 4.3 4.5 4.9 2.7 4.2 2.9 5.1 3.8 4.7 4.1 4.8 4.5 4.8 4.2 3.7 3.8 5.8 4.5 4.2 5.7 3.8 4.9 4.2 7.0 5.0 3.5 5.9

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Tommy Streeter (WR) Leonard Hankerson (WR) Leonard Hankerson (WR) Aldarius Johnson (WR) Darnell Jenkins (WR) Greg Olsen (TE) Sinorice Moss (WR) Roscoe Parrish (WR) Kellen Winslow (TE) Kellen Winslow (TE) Jeremy Shockey (TE) Santana Moss (FL) Santana Moss (FL) Reggie Wayne (SE) Reggie Wayne (SE) Yatil Green (FL) Jammi German (SE) Chris T. Jones (FL) Chris T. Jones (FL) Horace Copeland (SE) Lamar Thomas (SE) Wesley Carroll (SE) Dale Dawkins (FL) Andre Brown (SE) Michael Irvin (SE) Michael Irvin (SE) Michael Irvin (SE) Eddie Brown (SE) Glenn Dennison (TE) Rocky Belk (FL) Larry Brodsky (SE) Larry Brodsky (SE) Larry Brodsky (SE) James Joiner (WR) Steve Alvers (TE) Larry Cain (WB) Phil August (SE) Steve Marcantonio (SE) Steve Marcantonio (SE) Chuck Foreman (RB) Witt Beckman (SE) Joe Schmidt (SE) David Kalina (SE) David Kalina (SE) James Cox (SE) James Cox (SE) Jerry Daanen (WB) Tom Coughlin (SE) Nick Spinelli (FL) Nick Spinelli (FL) Bill Miller (E) Bill Miller (E) Bill Miller (E) Doug Hildebrandt (E) John Varone (B) John Varone (B) Jack Losch (B) Frank McDonald (TE) Frank McDonald (TE) Frank McDonald (TE) Ed Lutes (E) Tom Jelley (E) Ralph Fieler (E) Al Hudson (B) Andy Novak (E)

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PASSING YARDS Rec.

Yards

Avg.

Year

Name

46 72 45 31 31 40 37 43 60 57 40 45 54 42 48 44 41 39 51 47 39 61 54 47 44 53 46 59 54 35 37 33 30 15 14 18 25 22 35 37 21 37 45 43 39 41 29 22 41 33 44 26 33 12 11 10 7 15 20 32 16 24 14 5 8

811 1156 801 332 619 489 614 693 605 726 519 748 899 629 640 746 730 664 798 769 623 952 833 746 715 868 840 1,114 594 646 631 570 495 235 249 444 419 337 568 557 288 549 532 628 552 627 367 294 501 506 648 413 395 177 108 107 206 181 235 418 409 399 151 190 146

17.6 16.1 17.8 10.7 20.0 12.2 16.6 16.1 10.1 12.7 13.0 16.6 16.6 15.0 13.3 17.0 17.8 17.0 15.6 16.4 16.0 15.6 15.4 15.9 16.3 16.4 18.3 18.9 11.0 18.4 17.3 17.3 16.5 15.7 17.8 24.7 16.7 15.3 16.2 15.1 13.7 14.8 11.8 14.6 14.2 15.3 12.7 13.4 12.2 15.3 14.7 15.9 12.0 14.6 9.8 10.7 29.4 12.1 11.8 13.1 25.6 16.6 10.8 38.0 18.3

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Jacory Harris Jacory Harris Jacory Harris Robert Marve Kyle Wright Kyle Wright Kyle Wright Brock Berlin Brock Berlin Ken Dorsey Ken Dorsey Ken Dorsey Kenny Kelly Scott Covington Ryan Clement Ryan Clement Ryan Clement Frank Costa Ryan Collins Gino Torretta Gino Torretta Craig Erickson Craig Erickson Steve Walsh Steve Walsh Vinny Testaverde Vinny Testaverde Bernie Kosar Bernie Kosar Mark Richt Jim Kelly Jim Kelly Mike Rodrigue Kenny McMillian E.J. Baker E.J. Baker E.J. Baker Kary. Baker Ed Carney Ed Carney John Hornibrook Kelly Cochrane Kelly Cochrane David Olivo David Olivo Bill Miller Bill Miller Bob Biletnikoff George Mira George Mira George Mira Eddie Johns Fran Curci Bonnie Yarbrough Fran Curci Sam Scarnecchia Sam Scarnecchia Carl Garrigus Don James Don James Jack Hackett Jack Hackett Jack Hackett Jack DelBello Hal Johnston

Att.-Comp.

Int.

Yards

195-300 148-270 242-406 213-116 241-141 250-152 307-180 348-195 352-211 393-222 318-184 322-288 259-141 270-159 267-157 272-164 201-119 313-168 203-117 402-228 371-205 393-225 273-147 390-233 298-176 276-175 352-216 416-262 327-201 149-71 285-168 206-109 201-94 108-53 84-35 131-64 130-66 146-61 94-41 209-94 179-73 287-127 243-121 248-137 140-62 155-84 141-72 159-85 334-172 306-146 172-81 91-54 195-100 80-32 85-41 59-27 49-31 47-27 75-39 144-82 71-34 107-52 76-28 101-45 38-19

9 15 17 13 14 7 10 6 17 12 9 5 14 8 11 8 10 15 13 7 8 7 13 12 7 9 15 16 13 9 14 7 16 7 6 10 10 13 3 15 10 21 15 15 13 11 10 7 14 18 6 5 14 4 6 5 3 2 6 9 3 2 8 9 6

2,486 1,793 3,352 1,293 1,747 1,655 2,403 2,680 2,419 3,369 2,652 2,737 1,913 2,301 2,089 2,257 1,638 2,443 1,605 3,060 3,095 3,363 2,007 3,115 2,249 2,557 3,238 3,642 2,329 838 2,403 1,519 1,197 611 515 907 999 805 658 1,399 1,006 1,328 1,673 1,727 729 1,114 856 920 2,155 1,893 1,000 657 1,068 509 476 357 485 305 450 913 544 612 302 455 239

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SCORING

INTERCEPTIONS

TACKLES

Year

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Player

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Jake Wieclaw..............................................PK........................ 72 Leonard Hankerson ..................................WR........................ 78 Matt Bosher ..................................................PK........................ 92 Matt Bosher ..................................................PK........................ 94 Francesco Zampogna.................................PK........................ 50 Jon Peattie....................................................PK........................ 65 Jon Peattie....................................................PK........................ 79 Jon Peattie....................................................PK........................ 90 Jon Peattie....................................................PK...................... 103 Willis McGahee .......................................... RB...................... 168 Todd Sievers ................................................PK...................... 119 Todd Sievers ................................................PK........................ 85 Andy Crosland.............................................PK........................ 82 Edgerrin James ............................................ RB...................... 114 Edgerrin James ............................................ RB........................ 86 Andy Crosland.............................................PK........................ 77 Danyell Ferguson ........................................ RB........................ 78 Dane Prewitt ................................................PK........................ 75 Dane Prewitt ................................................PK........................ 68 Dane Prewitt ................................................PK........................ 78 Carlos Huerta ..............................................PK........................ 88 Carlos Huerta ..............................................PK...................... 101 Carlos Huerta ..............................................PK...................... 101 Carlos Huerta ..............................................PK...................... 107 Greg Cox .....................................................PK........................ 94 Michael Irvin ...............................................WR........................ 66 Greg Cox .....................................................PK........................ 82 Greg Cox .....................................................PK........................ 82 Jeff Davis......................................................PK........................ 64 Jeff Davis......................................................PK........................ 61 Danny Miller ................................................PK........................ 77 Danny Miller ................................................PK........................ 64 Danny Miller ................................................PK........................ 57 Ottis Anderson ............................................. RB........................ 66 Chris Dennis ..................................................PK........................ 39 Ottis Anderson ............................................. RB........................ 36 Chris Dennis ..................................................PK........................ 53 Don Martin.................................................... RB........................ 30 Woody Thompson ...................................... RB........................ 48 Mike Burke....................................................PK........................ 44 Chuck Foreman ............................................ RB........................ 60 Joe Schmidt ................................................WR........................ 26 Jim Huff .........................................................PK........................ 37 Jim Huff .........................................................PK........................ 47 John Acuff ..................................................... RB........................ 30 Vincent Opalsky .......................................... RB........................ 30 William Harris .............................................PK........................ 40 Don Curtwright ............................................PK........................ 41 Bob Biletnikoff ............................................QB........................ 48 Nick Spinelli................................................WR........................ 28 Nick Ryder .................................................... RB........................ 44 James Vollenweider ................................... RB........................ 24 Eddie Johns..................................................QB........................ 42 Frank Bouffard ............................................ RB........................ 36 Frank Bouffard ............................................ RB........................ 18 Bob Rosbaugh............................................WR........................ 18 Larry DiGiammarino .................................. RB........................ 18 Joe Plevel ..................................................... RB........................ 36 Sam Scarnecchia ........................................QB........................ 42 Jack Losch ..................................................... RB........................ 31 Gordon Malloy ........................................... RB........................ 42 Bill Smith........................................................ RB........................ 24 Burt Grossman .............................................PK........................ 25 Frank Smith ................................................... RB........................ 54 Frank Smith ................................................... RB........................ 72 Whitey Campbell ....................................... RB........................ 42 Jack DelBello ..............................................QB........................ 30 Harry Ghaul................................................. RB........................ 20

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JoJo Nicolas ................................................ DB........................... 2 Three players............................................. ----........................... 3 Three players............................................. ----........................... 2 Four players ............................................... ----........................... 1 Randy Phillips................................................. S........................... 3 Kenny Phillips ................................................. S........................... 4 Three Players ............................................. ----........................... 3 Devin Hester ................................................ CB........................... 4 Sean Taylor .................................................. FS........................ 10 Sean Taylor .................................................. FS........................... 4 Edward Reed ............................................... FS........................... 9 Edward Reed ............................................... FS........................... 8 Mike Rumph................................................. CB........................... 4 Nate Webster ............................................. LB........................... 4 Leonard Myers ........................................... CB........................... 2 Edward Reed ............................................... FS........................... 2 Duane Starks............................................... CB........................... 3 Duane Starks............................................... CB........................... 3 Four players ................................................... –........................... 2 Carlos Jones ................................................ CB........................... 5 Dexter Seigler ............................................ CB........................... 4 Dexter Seigler ............................................ CB........................... 4 Paul White................................................... CB........................... 4 Ryan McNeil................................................ CB........................... 5 Darryl Williams .......................................... CB........................... 3 Roland Smith ............................................... CB........................... 6 Bobby Harden ............................................. SS........................... 4 Bennie Blades .............................................. FS........................... 5 Bennie Blades .............................................. FS........................ 10 Bennie Blades .............................................. FS........................... 4 Don Ellis ........................................................ CB........................... 4 Darrell Fullington........................................ CB........................... 5 Jay Brophy ................................................... LB........................... 3 Ken Calhoun ................................................. SS........................... 3 Three Players ............................................. ----........................... 3 Fred Marion ................................................. FS........................... 6 Fred Marion ................................................. FS........................... 7 Gene Coleman ............................................ FS........................... 9 Three Players ............................................. ----........................... 3 Bryan Ferguson........................................... CB........................... 7 Bryan Ferguson........................................... CB........................... 4 Joe Bettencourt .............................................. S........................... 2 Mike Archer ................................................. CB........................... 3 Ernie Jones ...................................................... S........................... 3 Ernie Jones ...................................................... S........................... 5 Paul Horschel..................................................D........................... 3 Gary Streicher...............................................D........................... 3 Burgess Owens ........................................... CB........................... 5 Wayne Lawrence ....................................... LB........................... 2 Kurt Schottenheimer ................................... DB........................... 2 Gregory Perez ........................................... DB........................... 5 Gregory Perez ........................................... DB........................... 3 Dean Stone .................................................. DB........................... 3 Jimmy Dye ................................................... DB........................... 6 Tom Beier ..................................................... DB........................... 4 Andy Sixkiller.............................................. DB........................... 3 Art Zachary ................................................. DB........................... 3 John Sisk....................................................... DB........................... 2 Nicholas Ryder ........................................... DB........................... 3 James O‘Mahoney...................................... LB........................... 3 Bill Miller ...................................................... DB........................... 3 Ray Timmons ............................................... DB........................... 7 Fran Curci .................................................... DB........................... 3 Larry DiGiammarino ................................. DB........................... 4 Joe Plevel .................................................... DB........................... 4 John Bookman ............................................. DB........................... 6 Jack Losch .................................................... DB........................... 4 Whitey Rouviere ........................................ DB........................... 7 Whitey Rouviere ........................................ DB........................... 3 Bill Smith ....................................................... DB........................... 3 Three Players ............................................. ----........................... 3 Jim Dooley ................................................... DB........................ 10 Jack del Bello.............................................. DB........................... 5 Jim Dooley ................................................... DB........................... 5 Jack del Bello.............................................. DB........................... 3

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Sean Spence (LB) Colin McCarthy (LB) Darryl Sharpton (LB) Glenn Cook (LB) Tarvares Gooden (LB) Jon Beason (LB) Brandon Meriweather (S) Greg Threat (S) Jonathan Vilma (LB) Jonathan Vilma (LB) Jonathan Vilma (LB) Dan Morgan (LB) Nate Webster (LB) Dan Morgan (LB) Dan Morgan (LB) Twan Russell (LB) Ray Lewis (LB) Ray Lewis (LB) Rohan Marley (LB) Micheal Barrow (LB) Darrin Smith (LB) Maurice Crum (LB) Maurice Crum (LB) Maurice Crum (LB) George Mira, Jr. (LB) George Mira, Jr. (LB) George Mira, Jr. *LB) Bruce Fleming (LB) Ken Sisk (LB) Jay Brophy (LB) Scott Nicolas (LB)

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52 68 41 32 34 32 38 83 46 58 24 46 58 72 37 62 65 60 45 51 58 59 47 49 68 61 59 34 72 46 43

106 119 106 76 119 92 114 136 127 133 73 138 150 150 105 125 160 152 95 131 126 128 98 110 147 122 135 111 139 135 124

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All Time Results ALL-TIME MIAMI FOOTBALL RECORD

1932

918 Games - 573 wins, 326 losses, 19 ties (winning percentage of .624)

1926

Coach: Howard Buck

Record: 8-0 Date Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 25 Nov. 27 Dec. 24 Jan. 1 Total points

(Freshman Team) W/L W W W W W W W W

Opponent Rollins Florida Southern Mercer Stetson Havana Loyola of New Orleans at Havana Howard

Coach: Tom McCann

Record: 3-4-1

Score 7-0 12-0 22-6 20-0 23-0 6-0 23-0 9-7 122-13

Coach: Howard Buck

Record: 3-6-1 Date Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 11 Nov. 19 Nov. 24 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 26 Jan. 2 Total points

W/L W W L L L L T L W L

Opponent Rollins Piedmont Spring Hill Stetson Howard Oglethorpe Georgetown Millsaps Louisiana College Furman

Score 39-3 46-0 0-6 0-36 0-52 0-13 7-7 0-31 7-0 7-39 106-187

Date W/L Opponent Oct. 14 W William & Mary Oct. 28 W Piedmont Nov. 4 L Georgia Southern Nov. 10 L at Rollins Nov. 18 T Murray Teachers Nov. 24 W S.W. Louisiana Dec. 3 L Middle Tennessee Palm Festival (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W Manhattan Total points

Score 6-2 30-6 6-19 0-6 0-0 7-0 0-7 7-0 56-40

1933

Coach: Tom McCann

Date W/L Opponent Oct. 14 W Southern Georgia Oct. 28 W Piedmont Nov. 4 W Bowden Nov. 10 W Louisville Nov. 18 W Rollins Nov. 24 T Tampa Dec. 3 T Stetson (HC) Palm Festival (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 L Duquesne Total points

Score 20-0 71-6 48-0 33-7 18-0 0-0 0-0 7-33 197-46

1934

Coach: Tom McCann

Record: 5-3-1

1928

Coach: Howard Buck

Record: 4-4-1 Date Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 29 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Jan. 1 Total points

W/L W W L L L W W L T

Opponent Havana Rollins Elon Stetson Howard Louisiana College Union Wake Forest Florida Southern

1929

Score 62-0 31-0 18-21 6-15 0-7 20-0 7-6 6-13 13-13 163-75

Coach: J. Burton Rix

Record: 3-2 Date Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 28 Total points

W/L W W L L W

Opponent Florida Southern Rollins at SW Louisiana at Stetson Howard

1930

Score 6-0 32-0 0-14 0-12 7-0 45-26

Coach: Ernest Brett Opponent Florida Southern Bowden at Temple vs. Howard# at SW Louisiana Rollins Stetson Western Kentucky

1931

Score 13-6 7-0 0-34 0-24 6-0 0-0 0-19 0-19 26-102

Coach: Tom McCann

Record: 4-8 Date Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 7 Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Total points

W/L L L W L L L L L W W W L

Score 26-7 26-6 42-14 6-6 0-14 19-6 6-7 25-6 0-26 150-92

1935

Coach: Irl Tubbs

Record: 5-3 W/L W L L L W W W W

Opponent S.E. Louisiana at Georgetown Tampa Stetson Wake Forest Rollins Boston U. (HC) Oglethorpe

Score 2-0 0-13 7-13 12-13 3-0 29-0 17-0 21-13 91-52

1936

Coach: Irl Tubbs

Record: 6-2-2

Record: 3-4-1 Date W/L Oct. 24 W Oct. 31 W Nov. 8 L Nov. 11 L Nov. 14 W Nov. 21 T Nov. 28 L Dec. 5 L Total points #Dothan, Ala.

Date W/L Opponent Oct. 12 W S.E. Louisiana Oct. 18 W Florida Southern Oct. 26 W Wofford Nov. 2 T Stetson-HC Nov. 10 L at Rollins Nov. 16 W Oglethorpe Nov. 23 L at Tampa Nov. 30 W Baltimore University Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan.1 L Bucknell Total points

Date Oct. 11 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Total points

Opponent Bowden Southern Georgia Rollins Florida Southern at Western Kentucky at Murray State at Middle Tennessee Alabama ―B‖ Erskine Parris Island Jacksonville State (Ala.) Norman Park

Score 7-12 12-13 7-0 20-31 0-20 0-15 6-25 0-16 9-0 12-6 14-13 9-19 96-170

Date Sept. 25

W/L W

Opponent Georgia Southern

Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 17 Oct. 31 Nov. 6 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Total points

T W W T W W L W L

Tampa at Bucknell at Rollins at Boston University Stetson Mercer Mississippi (HC) Georgetown South Carolina

1937

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 8-2

Record: 5-1-2

1927

1938

Score 44-0 0-0 6-0 26-0 7-7 20-6 13-0 0-14 10-6 3-6 129-39

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 4-4-1 Date W/L Opponent Oct. 1 W Georgia Southern* Oct. 8 W Spring Hill Oct. 15 T at Bucknell Oct. 29 L Tampa Nov. 5 W #Stetson Nov. 12 W Catholic Nov. 26 L Drake (HC) Dec. 3 L South Carolina Dec. 10 L Georgia Total points *First UM home game in Orange Bowl Stadium #Miami‘s 100th football game

Score 40-0 26-0 6-6 0-12 25-13 21-0 0-7 0-3 0-26 118-67

Date Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Dec. 2 Total points

W/L W W W L W W L W W W

Opponent Spring Hill Tampa at Florida at Drake Rollins Oglethorpe at Catholic Duquesne Bucknell (HC) Georgia

1939

Score 46-0 32-6 19-7 6-18 19-0 44-0 0-7 21-7 19-0 13-7 219-52

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 5-5 Date Oct. 6 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Total points

W/L L W W L W W L L W L

Opponent Wake Forest at Tampa Rollins Catholic Texas Tech Drake Florida (HC) at South Carolina North Carolina State Georgia

1940

Score 0-33 32-7 14-6 0-14 19-0 33-6 0-13 6-7 27-7 0-13 131-106

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 3-7 Date Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 16 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Total points

W/L W W L W L L L L L L

Opponent Stetson Tampa Catholic Elon at Texas Tech Rollins Florida South Carolina Mississippi (HC) Georgia

1941

Score 19-0 27-0 18-20 31-7 14-61 0-7 6-46 2-7 7-21 7-28 131-197

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 8-2 Date Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 15 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Total points

W/L W W W W W W L W L W

Opponent Elon at Tampa Rollins Howard Texas Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Florida (HC) South Carolina Alabama (18) V.M.I.

1942

Score 38-0 20-6 21-0 19-0 6-0 34-0 0-14 7-6 7-21 10-7 162-54

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 7-2 Date Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 16 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Total points

W/L L W W W W L W W W

Opponent Jacksonville AFB Tampa at St. Louis Rollins Furman N.C. State Florida South Carolina (HC) West Virginia

1943

Score 0-14 65-6 31-6 21-0 32-13 0-2 12-0 13-6 21-13 195-60

Coach: Eddie Dunn

Record: 5-1 Date Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 5 Nov. 20 Nov. 26 Total Points

W/L W W W L W W

Opponent at Jacksonville NATTC Camp Gordon Charleston C.G. Jacksonville NATTC Presbyterian Fort Benning

Score 6-0 52-6 13-6 0-20 32-13 21-7 124-52

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1944

Coach: Eddie Dunn

Record: 1-7-1 Date Oct. 7 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Total points

W/L T L L L L W L L L

Score 0-0 0-38 0-27 0-13 7-28 31-12 19-38 2-48 14-70 73-274

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 9-1-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 28 W at Chattanooga Oct. 5 L Georgia Oct. 12 W St. Louis Oct. 19 W Florida Oct. 26 W Miami of Ohio(HC) Nov. 2 W Clemson Nov. 9 T South Carolina Nov. 16 W North Carolina State Nov. 23 W Michigan State Nov. 20 W Auburn Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W *Holy Cross (16) Total points *Miami‘s 100th victory

1946

Score 27-7 21-27 21-0 7-6 27-13 7-6 13-13 21-7 21-7 33-7 13-6 224-105

Coach: Jack Harding Opponent William & Mary North Carolina TCU at Florida Chattanooga at Villanova Miami of Ohio LSU (11) (HC) Washington & Lee Detroit

1947

Score 13-3 0-21 20-12 20-13 33-13 26-21 20-17 7-20 40-20 21-7 200-147

Coach: Jack Harding

Record: 2-7-1 Date Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Total points

1951

W/L L T L W W L L L L L

Opponent Baylor at Villanova TCU Rollins George Washington South Carolina at Cincinnati Vanderbilt Florida (HC) Alabama (6)

1948

Score 7-18 7-7 6-19 6-0 28-7 0-8 7-20 7-33 6-7 6-21 80-140

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 4-6 Date W/L Opponent Oct. 1 W *Rollins Oct. 8 L Villanova Oct. 15 W at Detroit Oct. 22 L Georgia Oct. 29 L Maryland (HC) Nov. 5 W Cincinnati Nov. 12 W Chattanooga Nov. 20 L at Florida Nov. 26 L Kentucky Dec. 3 L Vanderbilt (12) Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 200th game

1949

Score 25-0 10-19 6-0 21-42 13-27 36-6 19-0 13-27 5-25 6-33 154-179

Attend. 34,557 42,827 18,451 46,127 35,713 32,361 28,548 28,000 31,361 28,952 326,897

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 6-3 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 30 W Rollins Oct. 8 W at Louisville Oct. 14 L Purdue Oct. 21 W Georgia Nov. 4 W Detroit Nov. 11 W South Carolina Nov. 18 W Florida (HC) Nov. 25 L Kentucky (20) Dec. 2 L Maryland (14) Total points/Attendance

Score 52-13 26-0 0-14 13-9 27-6 13-7 28-13 6-21 0-13 165-96

Attend. 30,776 12,000 48,532 37,158 35,031 34,185 55,981 42,970 34,886 319,507

Score 21-0 18-12 20-14 34-7 28-0 42-7 13-13 20-14 14-6 27-9

Attend. 33,332 35,294 32,000 40,119 24,537 33,425 28,824 40,000 44,999 39,623

14-15 251-97

c65,000 417,153

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 8-3 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 29 L at Tulane Oct. 5 W Florida State Oct. 12 W Purdue Oct. 19 W Washington & Lee Oct. 26 W Mississippi Nov. 3 L (19) at Kentucky (14) Nov. 9 W Chattanooga Nov. 17 W Florida (HC) Nov. 30 W Nebraska Dec. 7 L Pittsburgh Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Florida) Jan. 2 W Clemson (19) Total points/Attendance

Score 7-21 35-13 7-0 32-12 20-7 0-32 34-7 21-6 19-7 7-21

Attend. 40,000 38,278 51,838 39,402 46,191 28,000 30,504 61,602 32,283 39,865

14-0 196-126

37,208 445,171

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 4-7 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 26 W V.M.I. Oct. 3 L Alabama Oct. 10 L at Boston University Oct. 17 W Richmond Oct. 24 W Marquette Oct. 31 L Kentucky Nov. 7 L Vanderbilt (HC) Nov. 14 W Stetson Nov. 22 L at Florida Nov. 28 L North Carolina Dec. 5 L Georgia Total points/Attendance

1953

Score 45-0 7-21 7-9 41-6 20-6 0-29 0-9 35-0 6-43 7-34 13-35 181-192

Attend. 35,525 53,916 15,344 24,535 22,293 25,981 32,906 11,846 35,000 20,222 21,557 299,125

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 4-5 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 25 W Florida State Oct. 2 L Baylor (10) Oct. 9 W Clemson Oct. 17 L at Nebraska Oct. 23 L Maryland (3) Oct. 31 L at Fordham Nov. 6 L Auburn (15) Nov. 13 W Virginia Tech Nov. 28 W Florida (HC) Total points/Attendance

1954

1956

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 8-1-1

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 29 W The Citadel Oct. 6 W Villanova Oct. 14 W at (1) Purdue Oct. 20 W (14) Boston University Oct. 28 W at (11) Pittsburgh Nov. 3 W (8) Georgetown Nov. 10 T (9) Louisville Nov. 18 W (17) at Florida Nov. 24 W (14) Iowa (HC) Dec. 1 W (15) Missouri Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 L (15) Clemson (10) Total points/Attendance

1952

Record: 8-2 W/L W L W W W W W L W W

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 9-1-1 Opponent South Carolina Ft. Pierce Amph. Wake Forest (18) Florida (HC) North Carolina State Presbyterian Auburn Tulsa Texas A&M

1945

Date Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Total points

1950

Score 27-0 13-21 39-7 16-20 0-30 0-20 20-29 26-0 14-10 155-137

Attend. 26,629 28,042 27,324 38,000 42,157 20,308 26,472 17,105 55,532 281,569

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 28 W South Carolina (17) Oct. 5 W (13) Boston College Oct. 12 W (11) Maryland Oct. 19 T (11) Georgia Oct. 27 W (19) at TCU (10) Nov. 2 W (9) Florida State Nov. 16 W (8) Clemson (13) Nov. 23 W (6) West Virginia Dec. 1 W (6) at Florida (18) Dec. 8 L (6) Pittsburgh (13) (HC) Total points/Attendance

1957

Score 14-6 27-6 13-6 7-7 14-0 20-7 21-0 18-0 20-7 7-14 161-53

Attend. 44,484 37,381 44,304 42,682 25,000 36,925 47,603 37,073 40,000 38,243 393,695

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 5-4-1 Date Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25

W/L L W L T W

Opponent (14) at Houston Baylor (11) North Carolina (18) North Carolina State (12) Kansas

Nov. 1 W Villanova Nov. 8 W at Florida State Nov. 15 L Maryland (HC) Nov. 30 L Florida (20) Dec. 7 W Pittsburgh Total points/Attendance

1958

Score 0-7 13-7 13-20 0-0 48-6

Attend. 52,000 43,662 47,166 40,783 33,280

13-7 40-13 6-16 0-14 28-13 161-103

31,900 15,712 42,701 59,507 28,231 394,942

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 2-8 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 26 L (15)Wisconsin (14) Oct. 4 W *at Baylor Oct. 10 L LSU (11) Oct. 25 L at Boston College Oct. 31 L Vanderbilt Nov. 7 L Florida State Nov. 14 L Maryland Nov. 21 L Houston (HC) Nov. 29 L #Florida (14) Dec. 6 W Oregon Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 300th game #at Jacksonville, Florida

1959

Score 0-20 14-8 0-41 2-6 15-28 6-17 14-26 26-37 9-12 2-0 88-195

Attend. 62,087 20,000 41,467 11,000 25,425 31,879 26,747 24,822 24,000 22,898 290,325

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 6-4 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 25 W Tulane Oct. 3 W at Florida State Oct. 10 L at LSU (1) Oct. 16 W Navy Oct. 23 L Auburn (7) Oct. 30 L Kentucky Nov. 6 W North Carolina Nov. 13 W South Carolina (HC) Nov. 20 W (18) Michigan State (11) Nov. 28 L (12) Florida Total points/Attendance

1960

Score 26-7 7-6 3-27 23-8 6-21 3-22 14-7 26-6 18-13 14-23 140-140

Attend. 35,668 17,600 67,000 51,694 42,986 34,547 31,136 31,797 40,870 25,000 353,298

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 6-4 Record: 8-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 24 W Furman Oct. 1 W Baylor (11) Oct. 8 W Holy Cross Oct. 15 W Mississippi State Oct. 22 W (16) Maryland Oct. 29 W (10) Fordham Nov. 6 L (6) at Auburn Nov. 19 W (16) Alabama (HC) Nov. 27 W (11) at Florida Total points/Attendance

1955

Score 51-13 19-13 26-20 27-13 9-7 75-7 13-14 23-7 14-0 257-94

Attend. 41,827 35,063 32,856 40,836 56,659 37,498 25,000 61,423 38,000 638,901

Coach: Andy Gustafson

1961

Score 29-12 6-17 21-6 7-20 10-7 25-7 28-21 14-21 0-18 23-14 163-143

Attend. 40,252 29,455 28,745 25,000 30,699 37,984 58,062 45,271 60,122 29,678 385,268

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 7-4

Record: 6-3 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 17 L (9) at Georgia Tech (10) Sept. 30 W Florida State Oct. 7 L *(15) Notre Dame (5) Oct. 21 L TCU (18) Oct. 29 W at Pittsburgh (16) Nov. 4 W Boston College (HC) Nov. 11 W (20) Bucknell Nov. 18 W Alabama Nov. 26 W (14) Florida Total points/Attendance *UM‘s first home sellout in the Orange Bowl

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 30 W North Carolina Oct. 8 L at Pittsburgh Oct. 14 W South Carolina Oct. 22 L at Auburn (17) Oct. 28 W Boston College Nov. 4 W Florida State Nov. 12 W Notre Dame (HC) Nov. 18 L Syracuse (14) Nov. 26 L Florida (19) Dec. 2 W Air Force Total points/Attendance

Score 6-14 34-0 0-14 19-21 21-7 14-7 46-0 34-12 7-6 181-81

Attend. 39,500 42,363 75,685 46,034 40,117 42,249 30,240 35,414 49,362 400,964

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 16 L Pittsburgh Sept. 23 W at Kentucky Sept. 29 W Penn State (8) Oct. 6 L Navy Oct. 13 L Colorado Oct. 27 W North Carolina (HC) Nov. 3 W Georgia Nov. 11 W at Tulane Nov. 24 W Northwestern Dec. 2 W at Florida Liberty Bowl (Memphis, Tennessee) Dec. 16 L Syracuse (14) Total points/Attendance

Score 7-10 14-7 25-8 6-17 7-9 10-0 32-7 6-0 10-6 15-6

Attend. 33,292 35,000 45,687 53,182 40,393 29,612 38,210 15,000 48,628 42,000

14-15 146-85

15,712 396,716

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1962

Coach: Andy Gustafson

Record: 7-4 Date Sept. 15

1968

Coach: Charlie Tate

Record: 5-5 W/L W

Opponent at Pittsburgh

Sept. 29 W TCU Oct. 5 W (9) Florida State Oct. 13 L at LSU (6) Oct. 19 W Maryland (HC) Oct. 27 W at Air Force Nov. 2 W Kentucky Nov. 10 L at Alabama (3) Nov. 23 L Northwestern Dec. 1 W *Florida Gotham Bowl (New York City) Dec. 15 L Nebraska Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 200th victory

1963

Attend. 32,765

21-20 7-6 3-17 28-24 21-3 25-17 3-36 7-29 17-15

51,251 43,962 67,500c 49,381 32,789 43,614 43,000 61,381 62,441

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 20 W (19) Northwestern Sept. 28 W (15) at Georgia Tech Oct. 5 L (13) at Southern Cal (2) Oct. 11 W LSU (8) Oct. 18 W (12) Virginia Tech Oct. 26 L (9) at Auburn Nov. 1 W Pittsburgh Nov. 9 L at Penn State (4) Nov. 16 L Alabama (16) (HC) Nov. 30 L at Florida Total points/Attendance

34-36 189-238

6,166 494,250

1969

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 20 L Florida State Sept. 28 W Purdue Oct. 4 W at Tulane Oct. 11 L LSU Oct. 18 L Georgia Nov. 2 W at Kentucky Nov. 16 L at North Carolina Nov. 23 L Florida Nov. 30 L Pittsburgh (5) Dec. 7 L Alabama (9) (HC) Total points/Attendance

1964

Score 0-24 3-0 10-0 0-3 14-31 20-14 16-27 21-27 20-31 12-17 116-174

Attend. 57,596 46,823 18,000 45,986 44,895 27,500 28,000 57,773 33,230 25,472 385,275

Coach: Charlie Tate

Record: 4-5-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 19 L Florida State Sept. 26 L at Georgia Tech Oct. 9 L California Oct. 17 T Pittsburgh Oct. 23 L Indiana Oct. 30 W at Detroit Nov. 6 W Tulane Nov. 13 W Boston College Nov. 20 W Vanderbilt (HC) Nov. 28 L at Florida Total points/Attendance

1965

Score 0-14 0-20 7-9 20-20 14-28 10-7 21-0 30-6 35-17 10-12 147-133

Attend. 51,605 44,115 32,442 34,663 34,249 15,180 33,855 32,180 31,649 31,118 341,056

Coach: Charlie Tate

1966

Score 3-7 24-0 16-24 27-34 44-12 14-28 27-6 28-14 16-13 0-0 199-138

Attend. 46,494 32,000 17,000 44,367 39,575 37,431 28,704 12,996 67,762 68,077 394,406

Coach: Charlie Tate

1967

Score 24-3 20-23 8-10 7-6 14-7 10-7 10-10 38-14 44-0 21-16

Attend. 39,000 54,262 67,979 41,756 19,627 51,156 40,000 35,035 35,003 c59,211

14-7 210-103

25,012 468,041

Coach: Charlie Tate

1970

Score 14-16 23-13 0-20 13-26 14-9 36-38 30-10 6-42 49-7 16-35 201-216

Attend. 55,478 37,038 41,972 28,500 21,195 25,498 37,972 57,596 24,817 70,934 401,000

Coaches: Charlie Tate (1-1) and Walt Kichefski (2-7)

Record: 3-8 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 18 W William & Mary Sept. 26 L at Georgia Tech (19) Oct. 2 W Maryland Oct. 16 L Tampa Oct. 24 L at Pittsburgh (18) Oct. 30 L Florida State Nov. 7 L at Tulane Nov. 14 L Alabama (HC) Nov. 21 L at Syracuse Nov. 28 W at Florida Dec. 5 L Houston Total points/Attendance

1971

Score 36-14 21-31 18-11 14-31 17-28 3-27 16-31 8-32 16-56 14-13 3-36 166-310

Attend. 27,286 44,426c 30,190 30,213 28,415 24,168 23,250 25,469 20,570 50,149 17,798 321,934

Coach: Fran Curci

Score 7-12 8-17 34-14 17-15 58-0 7-0 14-7 49-7 22-24 20-13

Attend. 38,780 39,156 27,510 67,000c 24,371 50,056 35,000 48,267 77,265 53,229

21-31 257-140

30,156 490,790

Score 20-3 28-26 0-3 35-6 21-20 7-28 14-7 14-21 7-28 14-7 7-31 167-180

Attend. 18,767 40,672 33,490 15,184 32,800 59,075c 20,134 19,785 26,265 12,208 48,563 300,943

Coach: Carl Selmer

Record: 2-8 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 20 L at Georgia Tech Sept. 26 L Oklahoma (1) Oct. 4 L at Nebraska (4) Oct. 10 L Colorado (13) Oct. 17 W Houston Nov. 1 L at Boston College Nov. 7 L Navy (HC) Nov. 15 W at Florida State Nov. 22 L Notre Dame Nov. 29 L Florida (13) Total points/Attendance

1976

Score 23-38 17-20 16-31 10-23 24-20 7-21 16-17 24-22 9-32 11-15 157-239

Attend. 32,339 37,203 76,231c 18,901 15,362 25,331 18,987 30,228 24,944 25,462 304,988

Coach: Carl Selmer

Record: 3-8 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 18 W Florida State Sept. 25 L at Colorado Oct. 2 L at Nebraska (5) Oct. 9 L Duke Oct. 16 L at Pittsburgh (2) Oct. 23 W TCU Nov. 6 W Boston College (HC) Nov. 13 L Penn State Nov. 20 L at Notre Dame (13) Nov. 27 L at Florida Dec. 4 L at Houston (6) Total points/Attendance

1977

Score 47-0 3-33 9-17 7-20 19-36 49-0 13-6 7-21 27-40 10-19 16-21 207-213

Attend. 26,130 48,882c 76,155c 13,818 42,434 10,779 15,687 19,766 59,075c 40,055 20,849 373,630

Coach: Lou Saban

Record: 3-8

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 18 L Florida State Sept. 25 W at Wake Forest Oct. 1 W Baylor Oct. 9 L Notre Dame (7) Oct. 15 W Navy Oct. 29 W Army (HC) Nov. 5 L North Carolina State Nov. 13 L at Alabama (4) Nov. 20 L at Houston (16) Nov. 27 L Florida Dec. 4 L Syracuse Total points/Attendance

1972

Score 17-20 29-10 41-15 0-17 31-16 24-13 7-13 3-31 6-27 16-45 0-14 174-221

Attend. 20,266 24,500 26,876 66,093 26,728 24,323 19,028 c57,313 29,276 37,710 17,224 349,338

Coach: Fran Curci W/L L

Opponent Florida State (20)

Sept. 23 L at Texas (14) Oct. 7 L at Baylor Oct. 14 W Tulane Oct. 21 W Houston Oct. 28 W at Army Nov. 4 W UNLV (HC) Nov. 11 L at Tampa Nov. 18 L at Notre Dame (10) Nov. 25 W Maryland Dec. 2 L at Florida Total points/Attendance

1973

Score 14-37

Attend. 35,421

10-23 3-10 24-21 33-13 28-7 51-7 0-7 17-20 28-8 6-17 214-170

62,000 35,142 18,956 17,860 42,500 18,987 22,525 c59,075 17,342 46,432 376,338

Coach: Pete Elliott

Record: 5-6

Record: 7-4 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 23 L (8) at Northwestern Sept. 29 L Penn State Oct. 6 W Tulane Oct. 14 W at LSU Oct. 21 W at Pittsburgh Oct. 27 W Auburn Nov. 4 W at Virginia Tech Nov. 10 W Georgia Tech (HC) Nov. 24 L *Notre Dame (6) Dec. 9 W Florida Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl (Houston, Texas) Dec. 23 L Colorado Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 400th game

1975

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 26 L Florida State Oct. 3 W North Carolina State Oct. 10 L LSU (14) Oct. 18 L at Memphis State Oct. 24 W TCU Nov. 1 L at Houston Nov. 7 W Navy (HC) Nov. 15 L at Alabama Nov. 21 W Wake Forest Nov. 29 L Florida (17) Total points/Attendance

Date Sept. 16

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 21 W at Houston (19) Sept. 28 W (20) at Tampa Oct. 4 L (16) Auburn (11) Oct. 11 W Pacific Oct. 19 W at West Virginia Oct. 26 L at Notre Dame (7) Nov. 1 W Virginia Tech Nov. 8 L Florida State (HC) Nov. 16 L Alabama (2) Nov. 22 W Syracuse Nov. 30 L at Florida Total Points/Attendance

Coach: Charlie Tate

Record: 5-6

Record: 8-2-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 17 W at Colorado Sept. 24 L Florida State Oct. 1 L at LSU Oct. 14 W Georgia Oct. 21 W Indiana Oct. 28 W Southern Cal (5) Nov. 5 T at Tulane Nov. 11 W Pittsburgh (HC) Nov. 18 W Iowa Nov. 26 W at Florida (9) Liberty Bowl (Memphis, Tennessee) Dec. 10 W (9) Virginia Tech Total points/Attendance

Attend. 37,035 44,774 71,189 39,284 36,884 45,000 36,839 49,863 43,418 55,875 460,161

Record: 4-7

Record: 5-4-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 18 L SMU Sept. 25 W at Syracuse (9) Oct. 2 L at Tulane Oct. 9 L LSU Oct. 16 W Houston Oct. 23 L at Pittsburgh Nov. 5 W Boston College Nov. 13 W at Vanderbilt Nov. 20 W Florida (10) (HC) Nov. 27 T Notre Dame (6) Total points/Attendance

Score 28-7 10-7 3-28 30-0 13-8 6-31 48-0 7-22 6-14 10-14 161-131

Record: 4-6-0

Record: 3-7

Coach: Pete Elliott

Record: 6-5

Score 23-14

Coach: Andy Gustafson

1974

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 21 W Texas (6) Sept. 29 W (18) at Florida State Oct. 6 L (17) at Oklahoma (6) Oct. 12 W (16) Boston College Oct. 19 L (15) Houston (14) Oct. 27 W at Syracuse Nov. 2 L West Virginia (HC) Nov. 10 W at Army Nov. 17 L at Alabama (2) Nov. 24 L Florida Dec. 1 L Notre Dame (5) Total points/Attendance

Score 20-15 14-10 20-24 15-10 7-30 34-23 14-20 19-7 13-43 7-14 0-44 163-240

Attend. 30,080 22,278 c61,826 25,418 29,340 19,369 24,890 41,047 c58,404 39,071 41,047 382,770

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 10 L at Ohio State (5) Sept. 17 L *at Georgia Tech Sept. 24 W at Florida State Oct. 1 W Pacific Oct. 8 W Kansas Oct. 22 L at TCU Oct. 29 L at Penn State (9) Nov. 5 L Tulane (HC) Nov. 12 L at Alabama (2) Nov. 26 L Florida Dec. 3 L Notre Dame (5) Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 500th game

1978

Score 0-10 6-10 23-17 24-3 14-7 17-21 7-49 10-13 0-36 14-31 10-48 125-245

Attend. 86,287c 31,916 40,060 33,608 28,010 12,224 c61,853 20,140 c57,422 30,662 35,789 437,971

Coach: Lou Saban

Record: 6-5 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 16 L at Colorado Sept. 23 L Florida State (13) Sept. 30 W at Kansas Oct. 7 W at Auburn (19) Oct. 14 L at Georgia Tech Oct. 21 W Utah State Oct. 28 L at Notre Dame (19) Nov. 4 L at Tulane Nov. 18 W San Diego State (HC) Nov. 25 W Syracuse Dec. 2 W at Florida Total points/Attendance

1979

Score 7-17 21-31 38-6 17-15 19-24 17-16 0-20 16-20 16-14 21-9 22-21 194-193

Attend. 44,714 25,003 47,420 55,136 29,695 25,702 c59,075 20,045 17,468 15,793 47,815 387,866

Coach: Howard Schnellenberger

Record: 5-6 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 15 W Louisville Sept. 22 L at Florida State (14) Sept. 29 W Louisiana Tech Oct. 6 L at Florida A&M Oct. 13 L at San Diego State Oct. 20 W Boston College (HC) Oct. 27 L at Syracuse Nov. 3 W at Penn State (19) Nov. 17 L at Alabama (1) Nov. 24 L #Notre Dame Dec. 1 W Florida Total points/Attendance #at Tokyo, Japan

Score 24-12 23-40 6-0 13-16 20-31 19-8 15-25 26-10 0-30 15-40 30-24 191-236

Attend. 41,129 47,679 20,069 34,743 40,126 15,013 7,729 c77,532 54,500 c62,674 28,051 429,245

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1980

Coach: Howard Schnellenberger

Record: 9-3 Score 24-10 49-0 14-7 10-9 14-32 31-34 12-27 23-10 24-17 26-8 31-7

Attend. 21,120 20,007 31,423 50,008 c59,075 18,651 c83,661 11,048 12,830 20,293 c56,437

20-10 267-171

45,384 429,927

Coach: Howard Schnellenberger

Record: 9-2 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 5 W Florida (17) Sept. 19 W (16) Houston Sept. 26 L (14) at Texas (4) Oct. 3 W (17) Vanderbilt Oct. 17 L (13) at Mississippi St. (16) Oct. 24 W at East Carolina Oct. 31 W Penn State (1) (HC) Nov. 7 W (13) at Florida State (14) Nov. 14 W (12) Virginia Tech Nov. 21 W (11) at NC State Nov. 28 W (9) Notre Dame Total points/Attendance

1982

Score 21-20 12-7 7-14 48-16 10-14 31-6 17-14 27-19 21-14 14-6 37-15 245-145

Attend. c73,817 32,586 c74,653 27,694 33,225 20,323 32,117 c52,685 22,257 36,500 50,681 456,538

Coach: Howard Schnellenberger

Record: 7-4 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 4 L (15) at Florida (16) Sept. 11 W (19) Houston Sept. 18 W (15) at Virginia Tech Sept. 25 W (16) Michigan State Oct. 2 W *(17) at Louisville Oct. 9 L (17) at Notre Dame (10) Oct. 16 W (17) Mississippi State Oct. 30 L (16) Florida State (14) (HC) Nov. 6 L at Maryland (19) Nov. 20 W North Carolina State Nov. 27 W Cincinnati Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 300th victory

Score 14-17 31-12 14-8 25-22 28-6 14-16 31-14 7-24 17-18 41-3 19-13 241-153

Attend. c71,864 24,687 45,200 26,478 28,749 c59,075 35,860 54,696 43,200 20,434 18,447 428,690

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1983 Coach: Howard Schnellenberger Record: 11-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 3 L at Florida Sept. 10 W at Houston Sept. 17 W Purdue Sept. 24 W Notre Dame (13) Oct. 1 W (15) at Duke Oct. 8 W (12) Louisville Oct. 15 W (10) at Mississippi State Oct. 22 W (8) at Cincinnati Oct. 29 W (7) West Virginia (12) (HC) Nov. 5 W (5) East Carolina Nov. 12 W (6) at Florida State Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W (5) Nebraska (1) Total points/Attendance

1984

Coach: Jimmy Johnson

Record: 10-2

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 6 W at Louisville Sept. 13 W Florida A&M Sept. 20 W at Houston (18) Sept. 27 W Florida State (9) Oct. 11 L (13) at Notre Dame (7) Oct. 18 L (18) Mississippi State Nov. 1 L at Penn State (13) Nov. 8 W East Carolina (HC) Nov. 15 W at Vanderbilt Nov. 22 W North Texas State Nov. 29 W at Florida (18) Peach Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia) Jan. 2 W (20) Virginia Tech Total points/Attendance

1981

1985

Score 3-28 29-7 35-0 20-0 56-17 42-14 31-7 17-7 20-3 12-7 17-16

Attend. c73,907 20,000 37,150 52,480 28,750 30,073 29,456 14,163 63,881 39,225 c57,333

31-30 313-136

c72,596 519,014

Coach: Jimmy Johnson

Record: 8-5 Date W/L Opponent Aug. 27 W #(10) Auburn (1) Sept. 1 W %(10) Florida (17) Sept. 8 L (1) at Michigan (14) Sept. 15 W (5) at Purdue Sept. 22 L (4) Florida State (15) Sept. 29 W (16) Rice Oct. 6 W (14) at Notre Dame (16) Oct. 13 W (10) at Cincinnati Oct. 20 W (9) Pittsburgh (HC) Nov. 3 W (6) at Louisville Nov. 10 L (6) Maryland Nov. 23 L (12) Boston College Fiesta Bowl (Tempe, Arizona) Jan.1 L (13) UCLA (14) Total points/Attendance #at East Rutherford, New Jersey %at Tampa, Florida

Score 20-18 32-20 14-22 28-17 3-38 38-3 31-13 49-25 27-7 38-23 40-42 45-47

Attend. 51,131 c72,831 c105,403 56,716 60,210 20,084 c59,075 25,642 32,872 20,113 31,548 30,325

37-39 402-314

60,310 626,260

1986

Score 23-35 48-20 45-10 27-15 38-0 27-14 45-7 35-27 29-22 24-3 58-7

Attend. c80,277 15,411 31,864 34,511 30,164 c75,008 31,761 c61,250 62,350 35,035 49,236

7-35 406-195

c77,432 584,299

Coach: Jimmy Johnson

Record: 11-1 Date W/L Opponent Aug. 30 W (3) at South Carolina Sept. 6 W (3) at Florida (13) Sept. 13 W (2) Texas Tech Sept. 27 W (2) Oklahoma (1) Oct. 4 W (1) Northern Illinois Oct. 11 W (1) at West Virginia Oct. 18 W (1) at Cincinnati Nov. 1 W (1) Florida State (20) Nov. 8 W (1) at Pittsburgh Nov. 15 W (1) Tulsa (HC) Nov. 27 W (1) East Carolina Fiesta Bowl (Tempe, Arizona) Jan. 2 L (1) Penn State (2) Total points/Attendance

Score 34-14 23-15 61-11 28-16 34-0 58-14 45-13 41-23 37-10 23-10 36-10

Attend. c73,500 c74,875 41,925 c71,451 33,905 c63,500 29,546 62,834 c55,338 51,110 30,202

10-14 430-150

c73,098 671,284

Coach: Jimmy Johnson

Record: 12-0 Opponent (10) Florida (20) (5) at Arkansas (10) (3) at Florida State (4) (3) Maryland (3) at Cincinnati (3) at East Carolina (3) Miami (Ohio) (3) Virginia Tech (HC) (3) Toledo

Nov. 28 W (2) Notre Dame (10) Dec. 5 W (2) South Carolina (8) Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W (2) Oklahoma (1) Total points/Attendance

1988

Score 31-4 51-7 26-25 46-16 48-10 41-3 54-3 27-13 24-14

Attend. c77,224 c55,310 c62,561 43,020 20,011 31,791 40,128 40,105 37,010

24-0 20-16

c76,640 63,317

20-14 412-125

c74,760 622,877

Coach: Jimmy Johnson

Record: 11-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 3 W (6) Florida State (1) Sept. 17 W (1) at Michigan (15) Sept. 24 W (1) Wisconsin Oct. 1 W (1) Missouri Oct. 15 L (1) at Notre Dame (4) Oct. 22 W (4) Cincinnati Oct. 29 W (4) at East Carolina Nov. 5 W (3) Tulsa (HC) Nov. 19 W (3) at LSU (11) Nov. 26 W (3) Arkansas (8) Dec. 3 W (2) Brigham Young Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 2 W (2) Nebraska (6) Total points/Attendance

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1989

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 8 L (1) at BYU (16) Sept. 15 W (10) at California Sept. 29 W (10) Iowa Oct. 6 W (9) Florida State (2) Oct. 13 W (3) Kansas Oct. 20 L (2) at Notre Dame (6) Oct. 27 W (8) at Texas Tech Nov. 3 W (8) Pittsburgh (HC) Nov. 17 W (3) Boston College Nov. 24 W (2) Syracuse Dec. 1 W (3) at San Diego State Cotton Bowl (Dallas, Texas) Jan. 1 W (4) Texas (3) Total points/Attendance

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1991

Score 31-0 31-30 23-3 55-0 30-31 57-3 31-7 34-3 44-3 18-16 41-17

Attend. c77,836 c105,834 48,311 40,654 c59,075 44,107 29,400 38,196 c79,500 63,271 59,367

23-3 418-116

c79,480 725,031

Record: 11-1 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 9 W (3) at Wisconsin Sept. 16 W (3) California Sept. 23 W (2) at Missouri Sept. 30 W (2) at Michigan State Oct. 7 W (2) Cincinnati Oct. 14 W (2) San Jose State Oct. 28 L (2) at Florida State (9) Nov. 4 W (7) East Carolina Nov. 11 W (7) at Pittsburgh (14) Nov. 18 W (7) San Diego State (HC) Nov. 25 W (7) Notre Dame (1) Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, Louisiana) Jan. 1 W (2) Alabama (7) Total points/Attendance

Score 51-3 31-3 38-7 26-20 56-0 48-16 10-24 40-10 24-3 42-6 27-10

Attend. 38,646 56,931 43,293 c76,217 48,597 45,122 c62,602 35,159 52,528 42,362 c81,634

33-25 432-127

c77,425 660,516

Attend. c66,235 47,000 c70,420 c80,396 54,211 c59,075 c50,028 50,412 50,942 66,196 34,201

46-3 447-184

c73,521 702,637

Big East: 2-0 (1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 31 W (3) at Arkansas Sept. 12 W (2) Houston (10) Sept. 28 W (2) at Tulsa Oct. 5 W (2) Oklahoma State Oct. 12 W (2) Penn State (9) Oct. 19 W (2) Long Beach State Oct. 26 W (2) at Arizona Nov. 9 W (3) +West Virginia (HC) Nov. 16 W (2) at Florida State (1) Nov. 23 W (1) +at Boston College Nov. 30 W (1) San Diego State Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W (1) Nebraska (11) Total points/Attendance

Score 31-3 40-10 34-10 40-3 26-20 55-0 36-9 27-3 17-16 19-14 39-12

Attend. c46,308 c71,842 35,689 42,751 c75,723 40,498 c53,349 60,250 c63,442 32,071 56,721

22-0 386-100

c77,747 656,391

Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 11-1 Big East Champions: 4-0 (1st place) Date W/L Opponent Score Attend. Sept. 5 W (1) *at Iowa (23) 24-7 c70,397 Sept. 19 W (1) Florida A&M 38-0 c74,292 Sept. 26 W (1) Arizona 8-7 47,049 Oct. 3 W (2) Florida State (3) 17-16 c77,338 Oct. 10 W (2) at Penn State (7) 17-14 c96,704 Oct. 17 W (1) TCU 45-10 42,915 Oct. 24 W (1) +at Virginia Tech 43-23 c51,423 Oct. 31 W (1) +West Virginia 35-23 51,246 Nov. 14 W (1) +Temple (HC) 48-0 41,212 Nov. 21 W (1) +at Syracuse (8) 16-10 c49,857 Nov. 28 W (1) at San Diego State 63-17 52,108 Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, Louisiana) Jan. 1 L (1) Alabama (2) 13-34 76,789c Total points/Attendance 369-161 731,330 *Miami‘s 400th victory

1993

Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 9-3

Big East: 6-1 (2nd place)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 4 W (4) +at Boston College (20) Sept. 18 W (3) +Virginia Tech Sept. 25 W (3) at Colorado Oct. 2 W (3) Georgia Southern Oct. 9 L (3) at Florida State (1) Oct. 23 W (6) +Syracuse (23) Oct. 30 W (4) +Temple Nov. 6 W (4) +at Pittsburgh Nov. 13 W (3) +Rutgers (HC) Nov. 20 L (4) +at West Virginia (9) Nov. 27 W (9) Memphis State Fiesta Bowl (Tempe, Arizona) Jan. 1 L (10) Arizona (16) Total points/Attendance

1994 Record: 10-2

Coach: Dennis Erickson

Score 21-28 52-24 48-21 31-22 34-0 20-29 45-10 45-0 42-12 33-7 30-28

Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 12-0

1992

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1987 W/L W W W W W W W W W

Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 10-2

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 7 L Florida (5) Sept. 14 W at Rice Sept. 28 W #at Boston College Oct. 5 W at East Carolina Oct. 12 W Cincinnati Oct. 19 W at Oklahoma (3) Oct. 26 W (15) Louisville Nov. 2 W (11) at Florida State (10) Nov. 9 W $(8) at Maryland Nov. 23 W *(4) Colorado State (HC) Nov. 30 W (4) Notre Dame Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, Louisiana) Jan. 1 L (2) Tennessee (8) Total points/Attendance #at Foxboro, Massachusetts $at Baltimore, Maryland *Miami‘s 600th game

Date Sept. 5 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1990

Score 23-7 21-2 35-29 30-7 10-28 49-0 42-7 35-7 31-17 14-17 41-17

Attend. 33,298 55,723 c52,391 43,147 c77,813 63,194 33,927 32,064 52,561 c70,222 38,737

0-29 331-167

c72,260 615,337

Coach: Dennis Erickson Big East Champions: 7-0 (1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 3 W (6) Georgia Southern Sept. 10 W *(5) at Arizona State Sept. 24 L (6) Washington (17) Oct. 1 W (13) +at Rutgers Oct. 8 W (13) Florida State (3) Oct. 22 W (7) +at West Virginia Oct. 29 W (6) +Virginia Tech (13) Nov. 5 W (5) +at Syracuse (10) Nov. 12 W (5) +Pittsburgh (HC) Nov. 19 W (5) +at Temple Nov. 26 W (4) +Boston College (25) Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 L (4) Nebraska (1) Total points/Attendance *Miami‘s 700th game

Score 56-0 47-10 20-38 24-3 34-20 38-6 24-3 27-6 17-12 38-14 23-7

Attend. 54,058 48,729 62,663 39,719 c77,010 c63,760 57,618 c49,565 50,058 11,873 60,579

17-24 365-143

c81,753 657,385

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1995 Record: 8-3

Coach: Butch Davis Big East: 6-1 (Tie-1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 2 L (12) at UCLA Sept. 9 W (19) Florida A&M Sept. 23 L (17) +at Virginia Tech Oct. 7 L at Florida State (1) Oct. 14 W +Rutgers Oct. 21 W +at Pittsburgh Oct. 28 W +Temple (HC) Nov. 4 W Baylor Nov. 11 W +at Boston College Nov. 18 W (25) +West Virginia Nov. 25 W (25) +Syracuse (22) Total points/Attendance

Score 8-31 49-3 7-13 17-41 56-21 17-16 36-12 35-14 17-14 17-12 35-24 294-201

1996 Record: 9-3

Attend. 60,091 57,721 c51,206 c80,350 19,747 28,794 28,147 32,655 c44,500 43,409 47,544 494,164

Coach: Butch Davis

2000

Coach: Butch Davis

2005

Record: 11-1

Big East: 7-0 (1st place)

Record: 9-3

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 31 W (6) McNeese State Sept. 9 L (4) at Washington (15) Sept. 23 W (12) +at West Virginia Sept. 30 W (10) +at Rutgers Oct. 7 W (7) Florida State (1) Oct. 21 W (4) +at Temple Oct. 28 W (4) Louisiana Tech Nov. 4 W (3) +Virginia Tech (2)(HC) Nov. 11 W (2) +Pittsburgh Nov. 18 W (2) +at Syracuse Nov. 25 W (2) +Boston College Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, Louisiana) Jan. 2 W (2) Florida (7) Total points/Attendance

Score 61-14 29-34 47-10 64-6 27-24 45-17 42-31 41-21 35-7 26-0 52-6

Attend. 48,411 c74,157 c63,735 23,782 c80,905 28,351 46,671 c77,410 47,520 49,327 49,715

37-20 506-190

64,407 654,337

Score 30-7 52-6 33-0 45-0 16-34 6-31 10-7 57-26 7-21 43-26 38-31

Attend. 32,096 35,747 29,379 32,747 c75,913 31,909 c66,948 8,608 38,814 34,540 c49,426

31-21 368-210

46,418 487,545

1997

Coach: Butch Davis

Record: 5-6

Big East: 3-4 (5th place)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 30 W (14) at Baylor Sept. 13 L (13) Arizona State (24) Sept. 18 L (22) +at Pittsburgh Sept. 27 L +West Virginia Oct. 4 L at Florida State (4) Oct. 18 W +at Boston College (2OT) Oct. 25 W +Temple Nov. 1 W Arkansas State Nov. 8 L +at Virginia Tech (20) Nov. 15 W +Rutgers (HC) Nov. 29 L +Syracuse (16) Total points/Attendance

Score 45-14 12-23 17-21 17-28 0-47 45-44 47-15 42-10 25-27 51-23 13-33 314-285

Attend. 36,750 42,219 40,194 39,270 80,165c 40,006 26,351 20,559 53,177c 19,949 25,147 424,950

1998

Coach: Butch Davis

Record: 9-3

Big East: 5-2 (2nd place)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 5 W East Tennessee State Sept. 12 W at Cincinnati Sept. 19 L +Virginia Tech (OT) Oct. 3 W +at Rutgers Oct. 10 L Florida State (9) Oct. 24 W +at West Virginia (13) Oct. 31 W (25) +Boston College (HC) Nov. 14 W (24) +at Temple Nov. 19 W (22) +Pittsburgh Nov. 28 L (19) +at Syracuse (21) Dec. 5 W UCLA (3) Micron PC Bowl (Miami, Florida) Dec. 29 W (24) North Carolina State Total points/Attendance

Score 66-17 38-12 20-27 53-17 14-26 34-31 35-17 42-7 38-10 13-66 49-45

Attend. 36,617 20,681 41,155 21,419 63,617 60,081 32,917 18,734 38,084 49,521c 46,819

46-23 448-298

44,387 474,032

1999

Coach: Butch Davis

Record: 9-4

Big East: 6-1 (2nd place)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 29 W (12) #Ohio State (9) Sept. 4 W (8) Florida A&M Sept. 18 L (8) Penn State (2) Sept. 25 L (9) @at East Carolina Oct. 9 L (19) at Florida State (1) Oct. 16 W (23) +at Boston College Oct. 30 W (23) +West Virginia Nov. 6 W (22) +at Pittsburgh Nov. 13 L (19) +at Virginia Tech (2) Nov. 20 W +Rutgers (HC) Nov. 27 W +Syracuse Dec. 4 W (23) +Temple Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, Florida) Jan. 1 W (23) Georgia Tech (15) Total points/Attendance #Kickoff Classic, Meadowlands, New Jersey @Raleigh, North Carolina

Score 23-12 57-3 23-27 23-27 21-31 31-28 28-20 33-3 10-43 55-0 45-13 55-0

Attend. c73,037 54,147 c74,427 45,900 c80,967 44,084 30,310 38,710 c53,130 21,167 35,208 20,319

28-13 404-207

43,416 495,885

ACC: 6-2 (2nd, Coastal Division)

Date W/L Opponent Score Sept. 5 L (9) +at Florida State (14) 7-10 Sept. 17 W (13) +at Clemson (20) (3OT) 36-30 Sept. 24 W (12) Colorado 23-3 Oct. 1 W (9) South Florida 27-7 Oct. 8 W (9) +Duke 52-7 Oct. 15 W (7) at Temple 34-3 Oct. 29 W (6) +North Carolina 34-16 Nov. 5 W (5) +at Virginia Tech (3) 27-7 Nov. 12 W (3) +at Wake Forest 47-17 Nov. 19 L (3) +Georgia Tech 10-14 Nov. 26 W (10) +Virginia 25-17 Peach Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia) Dec. 30 L (9) vs. Louisiana State (10) 3-40 Total points/Attendance 356-234

2006

Big East: 6-1 (Tie-1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 31 W (11) at Memphis State Sept. 7 W (11) The Citadel Sept. 12 W (10) +at Rutgers Sept. 28 W (10) +Pittsburgh Oct. 12 L (6) Florida State (3) Oct. 19 L (12) East Carolina Oct. 26 W (25) +at West Virginia (12) Nov. 2 W (22) +at Temple Nov. 16 L (18) +Virginia Tech (21)(HC) Nov. 23 W (25) +Boston College Nov. 20 W (23) +at Syracuse (16) Carquest Bowl (Miami, Florida) Dec. 27 W (19) Virginia Total points/Attendance

Coach: Larry Coker

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 2001

Coach: Larry Coker

Record: 12-0

Big East: 7-0 (1st place) Score 33-7 61-0 43-21 38-7 49-27 45-3 38-0 18-7 59-0 65-7 26-24

Attend. c109,313 39,804 57,224 36,617 c82,836 44,411 31,128 44,500 52,896 c78,114 53,662

37-14 512-117

c93,781 630,505

2002

Coach: Larry Coker

Record: 12-1

Big East: 7-0 (1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Score Aug. 31 W (1) Florida A&M 63-17 Sept. 7 W (1) at Florida (6) 41-16 Sept. 14 W (1) at Temple 44-21 Sept. 21 W (1) +Boston College 38-6 Oct. 5 W (1) Connecticut 48-14 Oct. 12 W (1) Florida State (9) (HC) 28-27 Oct. 26 W (1) *+at West Virginia 40-23 Nov. 2 W (1) +at Rutgers 42-17 Nov. 9 W (2) at Tennessee 26-3 Nov. 21 W (1) +Pittsburgh (17) 28-21 Nov. 30 W (1) +at Syracuse 49-7 Dec. 7 W (1) +Virginia Tech (17) 56-45 Fiesta Bowl (Tempe, Arizona) Jan. 3 L (1) Ohio State (2) (2OT) 24-31 Total points/Attendance 527-248 *Miami‘s 800th game

2003

Attend. 68,548 c85,777 33,169 c73,622 52,131 c81,927 56,817 27,222 107,745 64,897 45,679 76,108 c77,502 851,144

Coach: Larry Coker

Record: 11-2

Big East: 6-1 (Tie-1st place)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 28 W #(3) at Louisiana Tech Sept. 6 W (3) Florida (18) Sept. 13 W (2) East Carolina Sept. 20 W (2) +at Boston College Oct. 2 W *(2) +West Virginia Oct. 11 W (2) at Florida State (5) Oct. 18 W (2) +Temple Nov. 1 L (2) +at Virginia Tech (10) Nov. 8 L (6) Tennessee (18) Nov. 15 W (14) +Syracuse (HC) Nov. 22 W (13) +Rutgers Nov. 29 W (10) +at Pittsburgh (20) Orange Bowl (Miami, Florida) Jan. 1 W (10) Florida State (9) Total points/Attendance #Shreveport, Louisiana * Miami‘s 500th victory

2004

Score 48-9 38-33 38-3 33-14 22-20 22-14 52-14 7-31 6-10 17-10 34-10 28-14

Attend. 43,279 c79,932 65,825 c44,500 54,621 c84,336 49,144 c65,115 69,722 48,130 39,572 60,486

16-14

76,739c

361-196

779,227

Coach: Larry Coker

Record: 9-3

ACC: 5-3 (Tie-3rd place)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 10 W (5) +Florida State (4) Sept. 18 W (4) Louisiana Tech Sept. 23 W (4) at Houston Oct. 2 W (4) +at Georgia Tech Oct. 14 W (3) Louisville (18) Oct. 23 W (4) +at NC State Oct. 30 L (4) +at North Carolina Nov. 6 L (11) +Clemson (HC) Nov. 13 W (18) +at Virginia (12) Nov. 20 W (12) +Wake Forest Dec. 4 L (9) +Virginia Tech (11) Peach Bowl (Atlanta, Georgia) Dec. 31 W (14) vs. Florida (18) Total points/Attendance

Score (OT) 16-10 48-0 38-13 27-3 41-38 45-31 28-31 (OT) 17-24 31-21 52-7 10-16

Attend. c78,622 53,721 36,698 c55,000 63,715 c55,600 c58,000 55,225 c63,701 41,315 62,205

27-10 380-204

c69,322 693,324

ACC: 3-5 (4th, Coastal Division)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 4 L (11) +Florida State (11) Sept. 9 W (16) Florida A&M Sept.16 L (15) at Louisville (12) Sept. 30 W Houston Oct. 7 W +North Carolina Oct. 14 W Florida International Oct. 21 W +at Duke Oct. 28 L +at Georgia Tech (21) Nov. 4 L +Virginia Tech (24) (HC) Nov. 11 L +at Maryland (24) Nov. 18 L +at Virginia Nov. 23 W +Boston College (18) MPC Computers Bowl (Boise, Idaho) Dec. 31 W Nevada Total points/Attendance

2007

Date W/L Sept. 1 W Sept. 8 L Sept. 15 W Sept. 20 W Sept. 29 W Oct. 6 L Oct. 13 L Oct. 20 W Nov. 3 L Nov. 10 L Nov. 17 L Nov. 24 L Total points/Attendance

Record: 7-6

Record: 9-4

Attend. 71,481 40,208 c42,704 36,107 29,261 51,130 16,291 c55,230 41,504 c50,721 54,522 23,308

21-20 255-201

28,652 512,467

ACC: 2-6 (4th, Coastal Division) Opponent Marshall at Oklahoma (6) Florida International Texas A&M (16) +Duke +at North Carolina +Georgia Tech +at Florida State +NC State (OT) +Virginia (19) +at Virginia Tech (10) +at Boston College

Score 31-3 51-13 23-9 34-17 24-14 27-33 14-17 37-29 16-19 0-48 14-44 14-28 285-274

Attend. 39,830 85,357 40,915 44,622 30,614 59,000 52,416 82,728 34,621 62,106 66,233 44,500 642,942

Coach: Randy Shannon ACC: 4-4 (Tie- 3rd, Coastal Division)

Date W/L Opponent Aug. 28 W Charleston Southern Sept. 6 L at Florida(5) Sept. 20 W at Texas A&M Sept. 27 L +North Carolina Oct. 4 L +Florida State Oct. 11 W UCF Oct. 18 W +at Duke Oct. 25 W +Wake Forest Nov. 1 W +at Virginia Nov. 13 W +Virginia Tech Nov. 20 L +at Georgia Tech Nov. 29 L +at NC State Emerald Bowl (San Francisco, California) Dec. 27 L California Total points/Attendance

2009

Score 10-13 51-10 7-31 14-13 27-7 35-0 20-15 23-30 10-17 13-14 7-17 17-14

Coach: Randy Shannon

Record: 5-7

2008

65,620 550,559

Coach: Larry Coker

Record: 7-6

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 1 W (2) at Penn State Sept. 8 W (1) +Rutgers Sept. 27 W (1) +at Pittsburgh Oct. 6 W (1) Troy State Oct. 13 W (2) at Florida State (14) Oct. 25 W (1) +West Virginia Nov. 3 W (1) +Temple (HC) Nov. 10 W (1) +at Boston College Nov. 17 W (1) +Syracuse (14) Nov. 24 W (1) Washington (12) Dec. 1 W (1) +at Virginia Tech (14) Rose Bowl (Pasadena, California) Jan. 3 W (1) Nebraska (4) Total points/Attendance

Attend. c84,347 c79,000 51,228 58,308 40,315 23,129 30,618 c65,115 27,106 53,764 37,629

Score 52-7 3-26 41-23 24-28 39-41 20-14 49-31 16-10 24-17 16-14 23-41 28-38

Attend. 48,119 90,833 84,165 35,830 65,786 40,011 32,011 41,208 53,308 46,838 49,335 56,329

17-24 352-314

42,268 686,041

Coach: Randy Shannon ACC: 5-3 (3rd, Coastal Division)

Date W/L Opponent Score Sept. 7 W +at Florida State (18) 38-34 Sept. 17 W (20) +Georgia Tech (14) 33-17 Sept. 26 L (9) +at Virginia Tech (11) 7-31 Oct. 3 W (17) Oklahoma (8) 21-20 Oct. 10 W (11) Florida A&M 48-16 Oct. 17 W (9)at UCF 27-7 Oct. 24 L (8) +Clemson (OT) 37-40 Oct. 31 W (18) +at Wake Forest 28-27 Nov. 7 W (16) +Virginia 52-17 Nov. 14 L (12) +at North Carolina 24-33 Nov. 21 W (20) +Duke 34-16 Nov. 28 W (19) at USF 31-10 Champs Sports Bowl (Orlando, Fla.) Dec. 29 L (15) Wisconsin (25) 14-20 Total points/Attendance 394-288

Attend. 81,077 45,329 66,233 61,790 47,859 48,453 43,778 30,011 48,350 57,500 38,200 66,469 56,747 635,049

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2010 Record: 7-6

Coach: Randy Shannon ACC: 5-3 (2nd, Coastal Division)

Date W/L Opponent Sept. 2 W (13) Florida A&M Sept. 11 L (12) at Ohio State (2) Sept. 23 W (19) at Pittsburgh Oct. 2 W (16) +at Clemson Oct. 9 L (13) +Florida State (23) Oct. 16 W +at Duke Oct. 23 W (25) +North Carolina Oct. 30 L (22) +at Virginia Nov. 6 W +Maryland (HC) Nov. 13 W +at Georgia Tech Nov. 20 L (24) +Virginia Tech (14) Nov. 27 L USF Hyundai Sun Bowl (El Paso, Texas) Dec. 31 L *Notre Dame Total points/Attendance

Score 45-0 24-36 31-3 30-21 17-45 28-13 33-10 19-24 26-20 35-10 17-31 20-23

Attend. 53,674 105,454 58,115 81,500 75,115 25,911 43,584 39,528 55,434 47,425 40,101 41,148

17-33 342-269

54,021 721,010

*Interim Head Coach Jeff Stoutland

2011 Record: 6-6 Date W/L Opponent Sept. 5 L at Maryland Sept. 17 W (17) Ohio State Sept. 24 L Kansas State Oct. 1 W Bethune-Cookman Oct. 8 L (21) at Virginia Tech Oct. 15 W at North Carolina Oct. 22 W (22) Georgia Tech Oct. 27 L Virginia Nov. 5 W Duke (HC) Nov. 12 L at Florida State Nov. 19 W at USF Nov. 25 L Boston College Total points/Attendance

Coach: Al Golden ACC: 3-5 (5th, Coastal Division) Score 24-32 24-6 24-28 45-14 35-38 30-24 24-7 21-28 49-14 19-23 6-3 17-24 325-234

Attend. 52,875 66,279 43,786 40,387 66,233 60,000 43,716 40,403 62,053 82,322 57,572 43,952 659,578

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Series Results Air Force 1960 1962 (2-0)

Baylor 23-14 @ 21-3 44-17

Alabama 1941 1947 1952 1954 1955 1962 1963 1968 1969 1970 1971 1973 1974 1977 1979 1990 1993 (3-14)

7-21 6-21 7-21 H 23-7 34-12 @ 3-36 H 12-17 H 6-14 @ 6-42 H 8-32 @ 3-31 @ 13-43 7-28 @ 0-36 @ 0-30 S 33-25 S 13-34 198-450

Arizona 1991 1992 1994 (2-1)

@ 36-9 8-7 F 0-29 44-45

Arizona State 1994 1973 (1-1)

@ 47-10 @ 12-23 59-33

Arkansas 1987 1988 1991 (3-0)

@ 51-7 18-16 @ 31-3 100-26

Arkansas State 1997 (1-0)

42-10

H 24-13 @ 28-7 @ 19-7 71-27

19-38 33-7 20-29 @ 13-14 6-21 @ 7-20 7-0 @ 6-31 0-3 @ 17-15 K 20-18 148-196

Baltimore University 1934 (1-0)

Bethune-Cookman 2011 (1-0)

45-14 45-14

Boston College 1955 1956 1958 1960 1964 1965 1973 1975 1976 1979 1984 1985 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2011 (23-5)

H 14-7 27-6 @ 2-6 10-7 30-6 27-6 15-10 @ 7-21 H 13-6 H 19-8 45-47 @ 45-10 42-12 @ 19-14 @ 23-7 23-7 @ 17-14 43-26 (2 OT) @ 45-44 35-17 @ 31-28 52-6 @ 18-7 38-6 33-14 17-14 @14-28 17-24 721-408

1935 1936 1950 1952 (2-1-1)

25-6

1930 1931 1933 (2-1)

H 17-0 @ 7-7 34-7 @ 7-9 75-23

7-0 7-12 48-0 62-12

Brigham Young 1988 1990 (1-1)

1964 1989 1990 2008 (2-2) Camp Gordon 1943 (1-0)

7-9 31-3 @ 52-24 E 17-24 107-60 52-6

1937 1938 1939 1940 (1-3)

21-0 @ 0-7 0-14 18-20 39-41

Central Florida (UCF) 2008 2009 (2-0)

20-14 27-7 47-21

Charleston CG 1943 (1-0)

13-6

Charleston Southern 2008 (1-0)

52-7

Chattanooga 1945 1946 1948 1951 (4-0)

@ 27-7 33-13 19-0 34-7 113-27

Cincinnati 1947 1948 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1998 (10-1)

@ 7-20 36-6 19-13 @ 37-7 @ 49-25 38-0 @ 45-13 @ 48-10 57-3 56-0 @ 38-12 430-89

The Citadel 1950 1996 (2-0)

21-0 52-6 73-6

Clemson 41-17 @ 21-28 62-45

Bucknell 1935 1936 1937 1938 1955 (3-1-1)

California

Catholic University

Bowden

Auburn 1944 1945 1953 1954 1959 1960 1967 1968 1974 1978 1984 (4-7)

7-18 13-21 19-13 13-7 @ 14-8 41-15 @ 3-10 35-14 @ 45-14 190-120

Boston University

Army 1971 1972 1973 (3-0)

1947 1953 1954 1957 1958 1971 1972 1995 1997 (6-3)

% 0-26 @ 6-0 @ 6-6 H 19-0 46-0 96-32

1945 7-6 1951 % 14-15 1952 # 14-0 1953 39-7 1956 21-0 2004 (OT) H 17-24 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . .@36-30 2009 (OT) 37-40 2010 @30-21 (6-3) 215-143

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(1-0) Colorado 1961 1966 1967 1975 1976 1978 1993 2005 (3-5)

Florida Southern 7-9 @ 24-3 $ 21-31 10-23 @ 3-33 @ 7-17 @ 35-29 23-3 130-148

Colorado State 1985 (1-0)

H 24-3

Connecticut 2002 (1-0)

48-14

Detroit 1947 1948 1949 1964 (4-0)

21-7 @ 6-0 27-6 @ 10-7 64-20

Drake 1937 1938 1939 (1-2)

H 0-7 @ 6-18 33-6 39-31

Duke 1976 7-20 1983 @ 56-17 2005 52-7 2006 @20-15 2007 24-14 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . @49-31 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-16 2010 @28-13 2011 49-14 (8-1) 329-127 Duquesne 1934 1938 (1-1)

+ 7-33 21-7 28-40

East Carolina 1980 1981 1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1996 1999 2003 (9-2)

H 23-10 @ 31-6 12-7 @ 27-15 36-10 @ 41-3 @ 31-7 40-10 6-31 23-27 38-3 308-119

East Tennessee State 1989 (1-0)

66-17

Elon 1928 1940 1941 (2-1)

18-21 31-7 38-0 87-28

1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 2000 2002 2003 2004 2008 (28-26)

@ 19-7 H 0-13 6-46 H 0-14 12-0 H 0-13 7-6 @ 20-13 H 6-7 @ 13-27 H 28-13 @ 20-14 H 21-6 @ 6-43 H 14-10 @ 14-0 7-6 @ 20-7 0-14 G 9-12 G 14-23 0-18 @ 15-6 17-15 21-27 @ 10-12 H 16-13 @ 21-16 20-13 @ 10-14 16-35 @ 14-13 16-45 @ 6-17 7-14 @ 7-31 11-15 O 10-19 14-31 @ 22-21 30-24 @ 31-7 21-20 @ 14-17 @ 3-28 x 32-20 23-35 @ 23-15 31-4 S 37-20 @ 41-16 38-33 P 27-10 @3-26 813-944

Florida A&M 1979 @ 13-16 1980 49-0 1992 38-0 1995 49-3 1999 57-3 2002 63-17 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-10 2009 48-16 2010 45-0 (8-1) 413-65 Florida International 2006 2007 (2-0)

35-0 23-9 58-9

1926 1928 1929 1930 1931 1934 (4-1-1)

+ 12-0 ~ 13-13 6-0 13-6 20-31 26-6 90-56

Florida State 1951 35-13 1953 27-0 1955 34-0 1956 20-7 1957 @ 40-13 1958 6-17 1959 @ 7-6 1960 25-7 1962 7-6 1963 0-24 1964 0-14 1966 20-23 1969 14-16 1970 3-27 1971 17-20 1972 14-37 1973 @ 14-10 1974 H 14-21 1975 @ 24-22 1976 47-0 1977 @ 23-17 1978 21-31 1979 @ 23-40 1980 10-9 1981 @ 27-19 1982 H 7-24 1983 @ 17-16 1984 3-38 1985 @ 35-27 1986 41-23 1987 @ 26-25 1988 31-0 1989 @ 10-24 1990 31-22 1991 @ 17-16 1992 19-16 1993 @ 10-28 1994 34-20 1995 @ 17-41 1996 16-34 1997 @ 0-47 1998 14-26 1999 @21-31 2000 27-24 2001 @ 49-27 2002 28-27 2003 @ 22-14 2003 % 16-14 2004 16-10(OT) 2005 @7-10 2006 10-13 2007 @37-29 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-41 2009 @38-34 2010 17-45 2011 19-23 (31-25) 1,146-1,168 Fordham 1953 1954 (1-1)

@ 0-20 75-7 75-27

Ft. Benning 1943 (1-0)

21-7

Ft. Pierce Amph.

Erskine 1931

Florida

9-0

1944 (0-1)

0-38

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1961 1962 1963 (3-5) Long Beach State

Furman 1927 1942 1954 (2-1)

* 7-39 32-13 51-13 90-65

George Washington 1947 (1-0)

28-7

Georgetown College 1927 (0-0-1)

7-7

Georgetown 1935 1936 1950 (2-1)

@ 0-13 10-6 42-7 52-26

Georgia 1937 1938 1939 1940 1945 1948 1949 1952 1956 1961 1963 1966 (4-7-1)

6-19 44-0 40-0 30-7 56-0 176-26

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1941 (3-3)

+ 9-7 0-52 0-7 7-0 @ 0-24 19-0 35-90

Indiana 1964 1966 (1-1)

14-28 14-7 28-35

1950 1966 1990 1992 (4-0)

H 14-6 44-0 48-21 @ 24-7 130-34

Jacksonville AFB

1955 @ 6-14 1964 @ 0-20 1967 H 49-7 1968 @ 10-7 1970 @ 21-31 1975 @ 23-38 1977 @ 6-10 1978 @ 19-24 1999 # 28-13 2004 @27-3 2005 10-14 2006 @23-30 2007 14-17 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . .@23-41 2009 33-17 2010 35-10 2011 24-7 (7-10) 353-303 Havana + 23-0 + @ 23-0 62-0 108-0

Holy Cross 1945 1954 (2-0)

@ 0-7 H 26-37 44-12 @ 36-38 3-36 @ 6-27 33-13 7-30 @ 20-3 24-20 @ 16-21 @ 14-7 12-7 31-12 @ 29-7 40-10 @ 38-13 14-13 393-313

Iowa

Georgia Tech

1926 1926 1928 (3-0)

1957 1958 1965 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1980 1981 1982 1983 1991 2004 2006 (11-7) Howard (Samford)

0-26 13-7 0-13 7-28 21-27 21-42 13-9 13-35 7-7 32-7 14-31 7-6 148-238

Georgia Southern 1932 1936 1937 1993 1994 (4-1)

Houston

1942 (0-1)

0-14

@ 6-0 0-20 6-26

1948 1949 1951 1952 1959

Louisiana State 1946 1958 1959 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1988 2005 (3-9)

7-20 0-41 @ 3-17 @ 3-27 0-3 27-34 @ 8-10 @ 17-15 30-0 0-20 @ 44-3 P3-40 142-230

Louisiana Tech 1979 2000 2003 2004 (4-0)

6-0 42-31 48-9 48-0 144-40

Louisville 1933 1949 1950 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 2004 2006 (9-1-1)

1926 (1-0)

33-7 @ 26-0 13-13 24-12 @ 24-10 @ 28-6 42-14 @ 38-23 45-7 41-38 @7-31 321-161

+ 6-0

Manhattan

1952 (1-0) 48-6 14-7 @ 38-6 34-0 134-19

24-28 24-28

Kentucky % 13-6 26-20 39-26

7-0 20-0 27-0

+ 7-0

Marquette

Kansas State 2011 (0-1)

1927 1928 (2-0)

14-13

Kansas 1957 1977 1978 1990 (4-0)

Louisiana College

1933 (1-0)

Jacksonville State 1931 (1-0)

55-0

Loyola University

Jacksonville NATTC 1943 1943 (1-1)

1991 (1-0)

@ 14-7 25-17 @ 20-14 73-167

5-25 6-21 @ 0-32 0-29 3-22

20-6

Maryland 1948 1949 1953 1954 1956 1957 1958 1962 1970 1972 1982 1984 1985 1987 2006 2010

H 13-27 0-13 0-30 9-7 13-6 H 6-16 14-26 H 28-24 18-11 28-8 @ 17-18 40-42 @ 29-22 46-16 @13-14 26-20

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2011 (8-9)

@24-32 324-332

Marshall 2007 (1-0)

Navy 31-3

McNeese State 2000 (1-0)

61-14

Memphis 1969 1993 1996 (2-1)

+ 22-6 13-0 25-6

Miami (Ohio) 1945 1946 1987 (3-0)

H 27-13 20-17 54-3 101-33

@ 14-22 @ 31-30 45-52

21-7 18-13 25-22 @ 26-20 90-62

Middle Tennessee 1931 1932 (0-2)

@ 6-25 0-7 6-32

Millsaps 1927 (0-1)

0-31

Mississippi 1936 1940 1951 (1-2)

H 0-14 H 7-21 20-7 27-42

Mississippi State 1954 1980 1981 1982 1983 (3-2)

27-13 31-34 @ 10-14 31-14 @31-7 130-82

Missouri 1950 1988 1989 (3-0)

27-9 55-0 @38-7 120-16

Murray State 1931 1932 (0-1-1)

2006 (1-0)

1972 (1-0)

B 21-20

H 51-7

Norman Park 9-19

1961 1962 1967 1968 (2-2)

10-6 7-29 @ 7-12 28-7 52-54

1955 1960 1965 1967 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 2010 (7-15-1)

0-14 H 28-12 0-0 22-24 0-17 @ 17-20 0-44 @ 7-28 9-32 @ 27-40 10-48 @ 0-20 = 15-40 @ 14-32 37-15 @ 14-16 20-0 @ 31-13 58-7 24-0 @ 30-31 27-10 @20-29 = 17-33 427-525

North Carolina

Oglethorpe

1946 0-21 1952 7-34 1959 14-7 1960 29-12 1961 H 10-0 1963 @ 16-27 2004 @ 28-31 2005 34-16 2006 27-7 2007 @27-33 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-28 2009 @24-33 2010 33-10 2011 @30-24 (7-8) 296-303

1927 1934 1935 1938 (3-1) Ohio State

NC State

1973 @ 20-24 1975 17-20 1985 @ 27-14 1986 28-16 1988 % 20-14 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . .@ 13-51 2009 21-20 (4-3) 146-159

1939 1942 1944 1945 1957 1969 1971 1981 1982 1998 2004 2007 2008 (7-5-1) North Texas State 1980 (1-0)

27-7 0-2 7-28 21-7 0-0 23-13 7-13 @ 14-6 41-3 46-23 @45-31 16-19 @28-38 275-190 26-8

Northern Illinois @ 0-15 0-0 0-15

Northwestern

Notre Dame 19-7 @ 16-20 ! 34-36 @ 16-31 @ 9-17 % 31-30 % 23-3 % 22-0 %17-24 R 37-14 224-182

Nevada

1931 (0-1)

Michigan State 1945 1959 1982 1989 (4-0)

1951 1953 1962 1975 1976 1983 1988 1991 1994 2001 (5-5)

Nevada-Las Vegas

Michigan 1984 1988 (1-1)

23-8 6-17 H 30-10 31-16 H 16-17 106-68

Nebraska @ 13-26 41-17 @30-7 84-50

Mercer 1926 1936 (2-0)

1959 1961 1969 1971 1975 (3-2)

1986 (1-0)

34-0

1977 1999 2002 2010 2011 (2-3)

0-13 19-6 21-13 44-0 84-32 @ 0-10 K 23-14 F (OT) 24-31 @ 24-36 24-6 95-97

Oklahoma

Oklahoma State 1991 (1-0)

40-3

Oregon 1958 (1-0)

2-0

Pacific 1974 1977 (2-0)

35-6 24-3 59-9

Parris Island 1931

12-6

29


(1-0)

1935 (2-0)

Richmond 1952 (1-0) Rollins

Penn State 1961 1967 1968 1976 1977 1979 1980 1981 1987 1991 1992 1999 2001 (6-7)

25-8 8-17 @ 7-22 7-21 @ 7-49 @ 26-10 @ 12-27 H 17-14 F 10-14 26-20 @ 17-14 23-27 @ 33-7 218-250

Piedmont 1927 1932 1933 (3-0)

46-0 30-6 71-6 147-12

@ 28-0 7-21 @ 21-7 H 7-14 28-13 @ 6-17 7-10 @ 23-14 20-31 20-20 @ 14-28 H 38-14 @ 58-0 48-0 @ 17-28 @ 19-36 H 27-7 @ 37-10 @ 24-3 45-0 @ 35-7 H 17-12 @ 17-16 45-0 @ 17-21 38-10 @ 33-3 35-7 43-21 28-21 28-14 @31-3 861-408

Presbyterian 1943 1944 (2-0)

32-13 31-12 63-25

Purdue 1949 1950 1951 1963 1983 1984 (5-1)

0-14 @ 20-14 7-0 3-0 35-0 @ 28-17 93-45

Rice 1984 1985 (2-0)

41-6

+ 7-0 39-3 31-0 32-0 0-0 7-0 @ 0-6 18-0 @ 0-14 29-0 @ 26-0 19-0 14-6 0-7 21-0 31-0 6-0 25-0 52-13 357-49

Rutgers

Pittsburgh 1950 1951 1955 1956 1957 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1970 1976 1984 1986 1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2010 (22-9-1)

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1947 1948 1949 (15-3-1)

38-3 @ 48-20 86-23

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 (11-0)

2-0 28-7

H 31-17 @ 24-3 56-21 @ 33-0 H 51-23 53-17 55-0 @ 64-6 61-0 @ 42-17 34-10 504-114

Southern California 1966 1968 (1-1)

10-7 @ 3-28 13-35

SMU 1965 (0-1)

3-7

South Florida 2005 27-7 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . . @31-10 2010 (OT) 20-23 2011 6-3 (2-1) 84-33 Southwestern Louisiana 1929 1930 1932 (2-1)

@ 0-14 @ 6-0 7-0 13-14

Spring Hill 1927 1937 1938 (2-1)

0-6 26-0 46-0 72-6

St. Louis 1942 1945 (2-0)

@ 31-6 21-0 52-6

San Diego State 1978 1979 1989 1990 1991 1992 (5-1)

H 16-14 @ 20-31 H 42-6 @ 30-28 39-12 @ 63-17 210-108

San Jose State 1989 (1-0)

48-16

South Carolina 1936 1937 1939 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1947 1949 1956 1959 1960 1986 1987 (8-5-2)

3-6 0-3 @ 6-7 2-7 7-6 H 13-6 0-0 13-13 0-8 13-7 14-6 H 26-6 21-6 @ 34-14 20-16 172-111

South Georgia (Douglas) 1931 1933 (1-1)

12-13 20-0 32-13

Southeast Louisiana 1934

26-7

Stetson 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1940 1952 (5-5-2)

+ 20-0 0-36 6-15 @ 0-12 0-19 H 0-0 H 6-6 12-13 20-6 25-13 19-0 35-0 143-120

Syracuse 1960 1961 1965 1970 1971 1972 1974 1978 1979 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 (15-7)

14-21 & 14-15 @ 24-0 @ 16-56 0-14 @ 34-23 14-7 21-9 @ 15-25 33-7 @ 16-10 49-0 @ 27-6 35-24 @ 38-31 13-33 @ 13-66 45-13 @ 26-0 59-0 @ 49-7 17-10 578-377

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Toledo 1987 (1-0)

Tampa 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1970 1972 1974 (6-5-2)

24-14

@ 0-34 H 48-0 42-7 @ 38-14 H 36-12 @ 57-26 47-15 42-7 55-0 @ 45-17 38-0 @ 44-21 52-14 @34-3 578-170

2001 (1-0)

38-7

Tulane 1951 1959 1960 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1970 1972 1977 1978 (6-5-1)

@ 7-21 26-7 @ 6-0 @ 10-0 21-0 @ 16-24 @ 10-10 34-14 @ 16-31 24-21 H 10-13 @ 16-20 196-161

Tulsa 1944 1986 1988 1991 (3-1)

2-48 23-10 34-3 @ 34-10 93-71

UCLA 1985 1995 1998 (1-2)

F 37-39 @ 8-31 49-45 94-115

Tennessee 1986 2002 2003 (1-2)

@ 10-23 20-15 @ 7-14 C 46-3 83-55

Texas A&M 1944 2007 2008 (2-1)

14-70 34-17 @41-23 89-110

TCU 1946 1947 1955 1956 1962 1969 1976 1977 1992 (6-3)

Union 1928 (1-0)

7-6

Utah State 1978 (1-0)

17-16

Vanderbilt 1947 1948 1952 1958 1964 1965 1980 1981 (4-4)

7-33 6-33 H 0-9 15-28 H 35-17 @ 28-14 @ 24-17 48-16 163-167

Villanova 20-12 6-19 19-21 @ 14-0 21-20 14-9 49-0 @ 17-21 45-10 205-112

Texas Tech 1939 1940 1941 1986 1990 (4-1)

10-7 45-0 55-7

Virginia Tech 1953 26-0 1966 & 14-7 1967 @ 14-7 1968 13-8 1974 14-7 1981 P 20-10 1981 21-14 1982 @ 14-8 1987 H 27-13 1992 @ 43-23 1993 21-2 1994 24-3 1995 @ 7-13 1996 H 7-21 1997 @ 25-27 1998 (OT) 20-27 1999 @10-43 2000 H 41-21 2001 @ 26-24 2002 56-45 2003 @7-31 2004 10-16 2005 @27-7 2006 10-24 2007 14-44 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-14 2009 @7-31 2010 17-31 2011 35-38 (17-12) 586-559 Wake Forest

S 7-35 @ 26-3 6-10 39-48

Texas 1972 1973 1981 1991 (2-2)

1941 1952 (2-0)

Troy State 0-0 6-7 7-13 0-0 0-12 32-6 @ 32-7 27-0 @ 20-6 65-6 14-31 @ 0-7 @ 28-26 231-121

Temple 1930 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 (13-1)

Virginia Military Institute

19-0 @ 14-61 6-0 61-11 @ 45-10 145-82

1946 1947 1948 1950 1957 (3-1-1)

@ 26-21 @ 7-7 10-19 18-12 13-7 74-66

Virginia

1928 6-13 1935 3-0 1939 0-33 1944 0-27 1969 49-7 1971 @ 29-10 2004 52-7 2005 @47-17 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-10 2009 28-27 (7-3) 230-151 Washington 1994 2000 2001 (1-2)

20-38 @ 29-34 65-7 114-79

Washington & Lee 1947 1951 (2-0)

40-20 32-12 72-32

Western Kentucky 1930 1931 (0-2)

0-19 @ 0-20 0-39

1996 Q 31-21 2004 @ 31-21 2005 25-17 2006 @7-17 2007 0-48 2008 . . . . . . . . . . . .@ 24-17 2009 52-17 2010 @19-24 2011 21-28 (5-4) 210-193

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West Virginia 1942 1956 1973 1974 1983 1986 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 (16-3)

21-13 18-0 H 14-20 @ 21-20 H 20-3 @ 58-14 27-3 35-23 @ 14-17 @ 38-6 17-12 @ 10-7 17-28 @ 34-31 28-20 @ 47-10 45-3 @ 40-23 22-20 526-263

West Virginia Wesleyan 1941 (1-0)

34-0

William & Mary 1932 1946 1970 (3-0)

6-2 13-3 36-14 55-19

Wisconsin 1958 1988 1989 2009 (2-2)

0-20 23-3 @ 51-3 14-20 88-26

Wofford 1934 (1-0)

42-14

Key ~ 1926 Freshman Schedule; @ Away Games; H Homecoming; Palm Festival; % Orange Bowl; # Gator Bowl; & Liberty Bowl; ! Gotham Bowl; $ Bluebonnet Bowl; P Peach Bowl; = Mirage Bowl; K Kickoff Classic; S Sugar Bowl; x At Tampa Stadium; O At Citrus Bowl Stadium; G At Gator Bowl Stadium; [] Service Team; F Fiesta Bowl; C Cotton Bowl; Q Carquest Bowl; M Micron PC Bowl; R Rose Bowl; B MPC Computers Bowl; E Emerald Bowl

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Attendance YEAR-BY-YEAR HOME FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE Year

Games

Total

LARGEST HOME CROWDS Avg.

1937 7 65,261 9,323 1938 7 91,118 13,017 1939 8 133,820 16,727 1940 9 151,535 16,837 1941 9 184,840 20,538 1942 8 84,077 10,509 1943 5 70,256 14,051 1944 9 118,357 13,150 1945 9 186,454 20,717 1946 8 233,390 29,173 1947 8 228,796 28,599 1948 8 280,446 35,056 1949 8 319,449 39,931 1950 7 255,626 36,518 1951 8 339,963 42,495 1952 9 248,781 27,642 1953 7 223,259 31,894 1954 7 306,162 43,737 1955 7 321,347 45,907 1956 8 328,672 41,084 1957 8 327,230 40,904 1958 7 235,325 33,618 1959 7 268,718 38,388 1960 8 390,944 48,868 1961 7 289,004 41,286 1962 6 312,030 52,005 1963 7 311,775 44,539 1964 7 250,603 35,800 1965 6 294,979 49,163 1966 6 236,830 39,471 1967 6 295,843 49,307 1968 5 194,460 38,892 1969 7 289,306 41,329 1970 6 155,142 25,857 1971 8 238,294 29,787 1972 5 110,566 22,113 1973 6 191,767 31,961 1974 6 127,066 21,177 1975 6 140,859 23,476 1976 5 86,180 17,236 1977 5 174,209 29,642 1978 4 83,912 20,978 1979 4 104,262 26,065 1980 5 120,007 24,001 1981 6 239,106 39,851 1982 6 180,602 30,100 1983 5 222,839 44,555 1984 5 247,852* 41,309 1985 5 225,353 45,070 1986 6 291,427 48,571 1987 7 377,444 53,920 1988 7 371,742 53,106 1989 6 309,805 51,634 1990 6 372,577 62,096 1991 6 347,785 57,964 1992 6 334,052 55,675 1993 6 287,319 47,887 1994 6 361,986 60,331 1995 6 229,223 38,204 1996 6 249,670 41,612 1997 6 173,495 28,916 1998 6 259,209 43,202 1999 6 235,578 39,263 2000 6 350,578 58,430 2001 6 282,972 46,162 2002 6 417,233 69,539 2003 7 406,945 58,135 2004 6 354,803 59,134 2005 6 271,862 45,310 2006 7 293,359 41,908 2007 7 305,124 43,589 2008 6 277,792 46,299 2009 6 285,306 47,551 2010 6 309,056 51,509 2011 7 393,451 56,207 *Includes home game against Florida in Tampa Stadium.

Florida State (2002) •Nebraska (1995) Notre Dame (1989) Florida State (2000) Florida State (1990) Florida (1985) Florida (2003) #Nebraska (1989) Florida State (2004) Washington (2001) Florida State (1988) Nebraska (1992) Virginia Tech (2000) Florida State (1992) Notre Dame (1967) Florida (1987) Florida State (1994) Notre Dame (1987) Virginia Tech (2002) Florida State (1996) Penn State (1991) Notre Dame (1955) Florida State (2010) %Oklahoma (1988) Penn State (1999) Florida A&M (1992) Florida (1981) Boston College (2002) *Nebraska (1984) Houston (1991) Oklahoma (1986) Florida (1969) Iowa (1990) Florida A&M (2002) Notre Dame (1965) Florida (1965)

LARGEST ROAD CROWDS 81,927 81,753 81,634 80,905 80,396 80,227 79,932 79,480 78,622 78,114 77,836 77,747 77,410 77,338 77,265 77,224 77,010 76,640 76,108 75,913 75,723 75,685 75, 115 74,760 74,427 74,292 73,817 73,622 72,549 71,842 71,451 70,934 70,420 68,548 68,077 67,762

A crowd of 109,313, the largest crowd ever to witness a University of Miami football game watched the Hurricanes defeat Penn State, 33-7, at Beaver Stadium in State College, Penn., on September 1, 2001. That gathering is one of four crowds of more than 100,000 fans to have attended a game involving the Hurricanes. Miami played at Tennessee on Nov. 9, 2002, before a crowd of 107,745 at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. The other two contests were played at the University of Michigan in 1984 and 1988. A crowd of 105,834 watched the Hurricanes play Michigan at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich., on September 17, 1988. The Hurricanes won, 31-30, following a dramatic fourth-quarter rally. In 1984, 105,403 watched Michigan defeat Miami, 22-14. Miami is 3-1 all-time before crowds of more than 100,000.

Penn State (2001) Tennessee (2002) Michigan (1988) Ohio State (2010) Michigan (1984) Penn State (1992) Florida (2008) Ohio State (1977) Florida (2002) Oklahoma (2007) Florida State (2005) Florida State (2003) Texas A&M (2008) Penn State (1980) Florida State (2011) Florida State (2009) Florida State (1999) Florida State (1995) Florida State (1997) Louisiana State (1988) Florida State (1993) Penn State (1979) •1995 Orange Bowl Classic - January 1, 1995 Nebraska (1975) #1989 Orange Bowl Classic - January 2, 1989 Michigan State (1989) %1988 Orange Bowl Classic - January 1, 1988 Nebraska (1976) *1984 Orange Bowl Classic - January 2, 1984 Oklahoma (1985) Florida (1986) Texas (1981) 10 LARGEST CROWDS (ANY SITE) Washington (2000) Florida (1983) The 2008 Miami Hurricanes played before one of the 10 largest South Carolina (1986) crowds in UM football history. The game at Florida was played Florida (1982) before 90,833 fans, the seventh-largest crowd for any UM Southern California (1968) football game. Iowa (1992) West Virginia (1993) 1. at Penn State (2001) 109,313 Louisiana State (1966) 2. at Tennessee (2002) 107,745 Louisiana State (1962) 3. at Michigan (1988) 105,834 4. at Ohio State (2010) 105,454 5. at Michigan (1984) 105,403 6. at Penn State (1992) 96,704 7. *Nebraska (2001) 93,781 8. at Florida (2008) 90,833 9. at Ohio State (1977) 86,287 10. at Florida (2002) 85,777

109,313 107,745 105,834 105,454 105,403 96,704 90,833 86,287 85,777 85,357 84,347 84,336 84,165 83,661 82,322 81,077 80,967 80,350 80,165 79,500 77,813 77,532 76,231 76,217 76,155 75,008 74,875 74,653 74,157 73,907 73,500 71,864 71,189 70,397 70,222 67,979 67,500

*2002 Rose Bowl — January 3, 2002

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All Time Pro Bowl 2011 Ed Reed Ray Lewis Jon Beason Devin Hester Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Vince Wilfork Brandon MeriweatherNew England Jonathan Vilma Antrel Rolle

TEAM Baltimore Baltimore Carolina Chicago Houston Indianapolis New England

2010 Antrelle Rolle Ray Lewis Ed Reed Jon Beason Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Bryant McKinnie Vince Wilfork Brandon MeriweatherNew England Jonathan Vilma Frank Gore

TEAM Arizona Baltimore Baltimore Carolina Houston Indianapolis Minnesota New England

2009 Antrelle Rolle Ray Lewis Ed Reed Jon Beason Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Bryant McKinnie Vince Wilfork Brandon MeriweatherNew England Jonathan Vilma Frank Gore

TEAM Arizona Baltimore Baltimore Carolina Houston Indianapolis Minnesota New England

2008 Ray Lewis Ed Reed Jon Beason Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Jeff Feagles Clinton Portis

TEAM Baltimore Baltimore Carolina Houston Indianapolis N.Y. Giants Washington

New Orleans N.Y. Giants

New Orleans San Francisco

New Orleans San Francisco

2007 Ray Lewis Willis McGahee Ed Reed Devin Hester Kellen Winslow, Jr. Reggie Wayne Vince Wilfork Sean Taylor

Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Chicago Cleveland Indianapolis New England Washington

2006 Andre Johnson Reggie Wayne Ray Lewis Ed Reed Jeremy Shockey Frank Gore Sean Taylor Devin Hester

TEAM Houston Indianapolis Baltimore Baltimore N.Y. Giants San Francisco Washington Chicago

2005 Edgerrin James Jonathan Vilma Santana Moss Jeremy Shockey

TEAM Indianapolis N.Y. Jets Washington N.Y. Giants

2004 Ray Lewis

TEAM Baltimore

Ed Reed Dan Morgan Andre Johnson Edgerrin James

Baltimore Carolina Houston Indianapolis

2003 Ray Lewis Ed Reed Clinton Portis Jeremy Shockey Warren Sapp

TEAM Baltimore Baltimore Denver N.Y. Giants Tampa Bay

2002 Jeremy Shockey Warren Sapp Bubba Franks

TEAM N.Y. Giants Tampa Bay Green Bay

2001 Ray Lewis Bubba Franks Warren Sapp

TEAM Baltimore Green Bay Tampa Bay

2000 Ray Lewis Warren Sapp Jessie Armstead Edgerrin James

TEAM Baltimore Tampa Bay N.Y. Giants Indianapolis

1999 Edgerrin James Ray Lewis Warren Sapp Jessie Armstead Leon Searcy Cortez Kennedy Tremain Mack

TEAM Indianapolis Baltimore Tampa Bay N.Y. Giants Jacksonville Seattle Cincinnati

1998 Vinny Testaverde Ray Lewis Warren Sapp Jessie Armstead Cortez Kennedy

TEAM N.Y. Jets Baltimore Tampa Bay N.Y. Giants Seattle

1997 Ray Lewis Warren Sapp Jessie Armstead

TEAM Baltimore Tampa Bay N.Y. Giants

1996 Vinny Testaverde Cortez Kennedy

TEAM Baltimore Seattle

1995 Cortez Kennedy Michael Irvin

TEAM Seattle Dallas

1994 Cortez Kennedy Michael Irvin

TEAM Seattle Dallas

1993 Cortez Kennedy Michael Irvin

TEAM Seattle Dallas

1992 Cortez Kennedy Michael Irvin Jim Kelly

TEAM Seattle Dallas Buffalo

1991 Cortez Kennedy Michael Irvin

TEAM Seattle Dallas

Bennie Blades Jim Kelly

Detroit Buffalo

1990 Jim Kelly

TEAM Buffalo

1989 Brian Blades

TEAM Seattle

1988 Eddie Brown

TEAM Cincinnati

1987 Bernie Kosar Dennis Harrah

TEAM Cleveland Los Angeles

1986 Dennis Harrah Jim Burt

TEAM Los Angeles Rams N.Y. Giants

1985 Dennis Harrah Fred Marion

TEAM Los Angeles Rams New England

1983 Ted Hendricks

TEAM L.A. Raiders

1982 Ted Hendricks

TEAM L.A. Raiders

1981 Ted Hendricks

TEAM Oakland Raiders

1980 Ted Hendricks Ottis Anderson Dennis Harrah

TEAM Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams

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All Americans AL CARAPELLA (T, 1950) Miami‘s first first-team All-America selection by Associated Press...a converted fullback, Carapella became a star on the defensive line.

GEORGE MIRA, SR. (QB, 1962 & 1963)

JIM DOOLEY (HB, 1951)

First-team All-American by Look Magazine (Football Writers Association of America), Associated Press and CBS Television...one of only four players in UM football history to have his jersey retired (10)...finished fifth in the 1962 Heisman Trophy balloting ... led the nation in total offense as a senior (2,318 yards)...tied an NCAA record for career pass completions (368, Don Klosterman of Loyola, California)...named Amateur Athlete of the Year in the state of Florida by the Florida Sportswriters Association in 1962...nicknamed ―The Matador‖...second round draftee of the NFL‘s San Francisco 49ers ... member of Florida Sports Hall of Fame.

First-team All-American by Associated Press...first player at Miami to have his jersey retired (42) ... topped the 1,000yard rushing mark in his UM career...set UM bowl record with four interceptions vs. Clemson in 1952 Gator Bowl...member of Gator Bowl Hall of Fame...UM‘s first first-round selection into the NFL (Chicago Bears)...head coach of the Chicago Bears from 1968-71 (20-36, .357).

NICK CHICKILLO (G, 1952) First-team All-American by Associated Press...a two-way player for the Hurricanes at tackle and guard.

FRANK McDONALD (E, 1954)

DAN CONNERS (T, 1963) First-team All-American by The Sporting News...played both ways for the Hurricanes...on defense, he established a UM total tackles record (64) as a senior...finished his UM career with 202 total tackles...second-round draftee of the AFL‘s Oakland Raiders.

ED WEISACOSKY (DE, 1965)

First-team All-American by The Sporting News...led the Hurricanes in pass receiving in each of the 1952-54 seasons...finished his UM career with 69 receptions for 855 yards ... seventh-round draftee of the Baltimore Colts.

First-team All-America accolades from Associated Press...still holds the UM mark for most total tackles in a season (164, 1965) and solo tackles (112, 1965)...tallied 297 total tackles in his UM career...sixth-round draftee of the Miami Dolphins...eight-year veteran of pro football (Giants, 49ers, Patriots and Dolphins).

DON BOSSELER (FB, 1956)

TED HENDRICKS (DE, 1966, 1967 & 1968)

First-team All-American by the Associated Press...rushed for 1,642 yards which ranked second all-time at the end of his UM career ... first-round draftee of the Washington Redskins in the 1957 NFL Draft...left the Redskins after the 1964 season as Washington‘s all-time leading rusher (3,112 yards)...inducted in the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December, 1990.

FRAN CURCI (QB, 1959)

Miami‘s second inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1990, after Jim Otto) after playing for the Baltimore Colts, Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers...one of four UM inductees in the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame...threetime University of Miami All-American...only UM football player to receive All-America acclaim three consecutive years...as a senior in 1968, was named UPI Lineman of the Year...consensus All-American in 1967 and 1968...first-team All-America by UPI, AP, FWAA, NEA, Football News, The Sporting News, Time and the Walter Camp Football Foundation in ‗68...finished fifth in the 1968 Heisman Trophy balloting...still holds UM‘s career mark for tackles by a defensive end (227) and fumble recoveries (12)...had a UM seasonrecord five fumble recoveries in 1968...second-round draftee of the Baltimore Colts in 1969.

First-team All-American by Associated Press...garnered Academic All-American honors...had 1,328 yards in total offense as a senior...in 1959, completed 100 of 195 passes for 1,068 yards ... served as UM‘s head football coach for the 1971 and 1972 seasons ...member of the Florida Sports Hall of Fame.

TOM BEIER (DB, 1966)

BILL MILLER (WR, 1960 & 1961) Consensus All-American in 1961...First-team All-American by Associated Press, United Press International, Newspaper Enterprise Association, The Sporting News, Football Writers Association of America and the American Football Coaches Association as a senior...became the first UM junior to earn first-team All-America honors in 1960 (Football Writers Association of America) when he caught 26 passes for 413 yards and five touchdowns...third-round draftee of the NFL‘s Minnesota Vikings and second-round pick of the Dallas Texans (AFL).

Consensus All-American following UM‘s 1966 (8-2-1) campaign...first-team All-America by Newspaper Enterprise Association, Associated Press, United Press International, Football Writers Association of America, America Football Coaches Association, Central Press and New York Daily News...still holds the UM record for career tackles by a cornerback (120) and the season mark for tackles by a CB (73)...10th-round draftee of the Miami Dolphins.

HAROLD SEARS (LB, 1971) First-team All-American by Associated Press...named Associated Press Lineman of the Week for his 26-tackle (21 solos) performance vs. Notre Dame (October 9, 1971)...recorded 117 total tackles as a senior.

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by catching 59 passes for 1,114 yards in 1984...ended his career with 1,754 yards (on 89 receptions) and 13 TDs, school records at the time...first-round draftee of the Cincinnati Bengals.

WILLIE SMITH (TE, 1985) CHUCK FOREMAN (RB, 1972) First-team All-American by The Sporting News...ranks fifth all-time on the UM charts with 3,365 all-purpose yards...had five career 100-yard rushing performances, returned 42 kickoffs for 882 yards and accumulated 17 touchdowns...ranks fourth and sixth all-time for all-purpose yards in a season (1,555 in 1972 and 1,467 in 1971)...finished his UM career rushing for 1,631 yards and caught 56 passes for 732 yards...a first-round draftee of the Minnesota Vikings.

BURGESS OWENS (DB, 1972) First-team All-American by Time magazine and The Sporting News...earned first-team All-South Independent team honors...recorded 160 tackles, eight interceptions and three fumble recoveries in his Miami career...most valuable defensive player of the 1973 Senior Bowl...first-round draftee of the New York Jets.

TONY CRISTIANI (MG, 1972 & 1973) First-team All-America by the Football Writers Association of America and the Walter Camp Football Foundation...firstteam All-South Independent by Associated Press...had 279 total tackles at UM...as a senior, tallied 102 total tackles...in 1972, recorded 84 tackles including 15 quarterback sacks.

First-team All-America honors by Walter Camp, Kodak and Associated Press and ranked as the most prolific pass receiver in Hurricanes history...in two seasons, caught 114 passes, best ever by a Hurricanes tight end...set reception records for a season (66, 1984) and a single game (12 vs. Maryland, 1984)...10th-round draftee of the Cleveland Browns.

JEROME BROWN (DT, 1986) Consensus first-team All-American...finalist for the 1986 Outland Trophy and for the Lombardi Award...finished UM career with 183 total stops, including 21 sacks, 19 tackles for loss, five fumbles caused and four fumble recoveries...recorded four New Year‘s Day starting assignments: ‗84 Orange Bowl, ‗85 Fiesta Bowl, ‗86 Sugar Bowl and ‗87 Fiesta Bowl...first-round selection by the Philadelphia Eagles.

VINNY TESTAVERDE (QB, 1986) Winner of the Heisman Trophy, the Maxwell Award, the Davey O‘Brien Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year, Washington, D.C., Touchdown Club College Athlete of the Year ... consensus All-American in 1986…only the fourth player in UM football history to have his number (14) retired...as a starter, led Miami to a 21-1 regular season mark...ranks third in all-time passing yardage (6,058); tied for second in touchdown passes thrown (48) with Steve Walsh...most memorable performance was in Miami‘s 28-16 victory over top-ranked Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl in 1986, completing 75 percent of his passes (21 of 28) for 261 yards and four touchdowns...first player chosen in the 1987 NFL draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

RUBIN CARTER (MG, 1974) First-team All-America by United Press International and Kodak... first-team All-South Independent by Associated Press in 1973 and 1974...ended his career with 306 total tackles...holds the UM school mark for tackles in a season by a defensive tackle (98, 1973) and is tied for seventh in total tackles in a season with 147...fifth-round draftee of the Denver Broncos.

DENNIS HARRAH (OT, 1974) First-team All-America honors from The Sporting News and Time magazine...named first-team All-South Independent by Associated Press in 1973 and 1974...first-round draftee of the Los Angeles Rams.

EDDIE EDWARDS (DT, 1976) First-team All-American by The Sporting News...played in the 1977 Hula Bowl and Japan Bowl...winner of the Jack Harding Memorial MVP Award in 1976...averaged 13 tackles and had a team-leading 11 sacks as a senior...high school teammate of fellow UM All-American Don Latimer...first-round draftee of the Cincinnati Bengals.

DON LATIMER (MG, 1977) First-team All-American by The Sporting News...played in the 1978 Blue-Gray Classic and Senior Bowl...set a UM record with 15 QB sacks as a senior...high school teammate of Eddie Edwards...first-round draftee of the Denver Broncos.

DON SMITH (DT, 1978) First-team All-America accolades from Kodak and The Sporting News...named to the Associated Press All-South Independent team...pre-season Playboy All-America in 1978...in 1977, named first-team AP All-South Independent and winner of the Jack Harding Memorial MVP Award...first-round draftee of the Atlanta Falcons.

BENNIE BLADES (DB, 1986 & 1987) First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Kodak, United Press International, The Sporting News, The Walter Camp Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America as a senior in 1987...named to the AP and UPI first teams in 1986...as a senior, awarded the Jim Thorpe Award recognizing the nation‘s premier defensive back...ended his career as UM‘s all-time leader for interceptions (19) and interception return yards (305)…also set UM records for consecutive games with an interception (5); total tackles by a safety (286) and unassisted tackles by a safety (155)...in 1986, led the nation in interceptions (.91 per game)...first-round draftee of the Detroit Lions (3rd pick overall).

DANIEL STUBBS (DE, 1987) First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Kodak, United Press International, The Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America...named one of three finalists for the 1987 Outland Trophy...one of four finalists for the 1987 Lombardi Trophy...UM‘s all-time sack leader with 39.5 career sacks...recorded 267 total tackles and 25 tackles for loss as a Hurricane...second-round draftee of the San Francisco 49ers.

CLEVELAND GARY (RB, 1988) First-team All-American by The Football News...as a senior in 1988, was the Hurricanes‘ statistical leader in receptions (57 catches) and rushing (480 yards), while ranking second in receiving (655 yards) and scoring (66 points)...his 57 receptions are most by a UM running back...finished his UM career rushing for 650 yards on 142 carries and 12 TD‘s and caught 67 passes for 794 yards and six scores...first-round draftee of the Los Angeles Rams.

BILL HAWKINS (DE, 1988) First-team All-America honors from ESPN, Kodak and the Walter Camp Football Foundation, while earning second-team recognition by The Football News and the Associated Press... selected as one of 12 semifinalists for the 1988 Lombardi Award ... finished his career with 223 total tackles, 22 sacks and 18 tackles for loss...first-round draftee of the Los Angeles Rams.

JIM BURT (MG, 1980) First-team All-American by the Newspaper Enterprise Association...member of the All-South Independent team by Associated Press...1981 Peach Bowl Most Valuable Player (Defensive)...holds the UM all-time record for fumble recoveries in a game with four versus Vanderbilt (November 15, 1980)...all-time career record holder for tackles by a middle guard (177) and assists by a middle guard (86).

FRED MARION (DB, 1981) First-team All-America honors by United Press International, Kodak and The Football News...holds the UM career mark for most assists by a safety (152)...held the UM career mark for interceptions (16 for 170 yards) and consecutive games with an interception (4), until broken by Bennie Blades (1984-87)...had a team-leading seven interceptions during the 1980 campaign...fifth-round draftee of the New England Patriots.

DANNY MILLER (K, 1981) First-team All-America by The Football News and the Mizlou Sports Network...first-team All-South Independent...kicked the longest field goal in UM history (57 yards) at Florida State on November 7, 1981...most remembered for his 55yard field goal (2nd longest all-time) off the right upright to defeat Florida, 21-20, in 1981...11th-round draftee of the Washington Redskins.

LESTER WILLIAMS (DT, 1981) First-team All-America honors by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Playboy, Kodak, and Mizlou...named first-team All-America and Lineman of the Year by Parade magazine...holds the UM career record for most tackles by a defensive tackle (210) ... first-round draftee of the New England Patriots.

JAY BROPHY (LB, 1983) First-team All-America by The Football News...named first-team All-South Independent as a senior and junior...led the Miami defense to its inaugural football national championship in 1983...tallied 308 total tackles in his UM career...had 133 tackles in 1983, and 135 in ‗82 to lead the team...second-round draftee of the Miami Dolphins.

EDDIE BROWN (WR, 1984) First-team All-American honors from Associated Press and Kodak...set a UM single-game receiving yardage record with 220 on 10 catches vs. Boston College in 1984...became the first Hurricanes receiver to surpass 1,000 yards in a season

STEVE WALSH (QB, 1988) Named The Football News College Player of the Year as a junior...selected first-team All-America by the Associated Press, ESPN and the Football Writers Association of America in his junior year...finished fourth in the 1988 Heisman Trophy balloting and was named to the AP All-South Independent first team...as a starter recorded a 23-1 overall record...finished his UM career tied for first in touchdown passes (48) with Vinny Testaverde...as a sophomore, in his first year as a starter, led UM to a 12-0 mark and a national championship (1987)... a first-round draftee of the Dallas Cowboys (supplemental draft).

GREG MARK (DE, 1989) Named to the Associated Press and Kodak All-American teams anchoring the nation‘s top-ranked defensive line...was one of 12 Lombardi Award semifinalists, while also being named the South Jersey and New Jersey College Football Player of the Year...finished his Hurricane career with 253 tackles, 95 quarterback pressures and 34.5 total sacks...third-round draftee of New York Giants.

MAURICE CRUM (LB, 1990) First-team All-American status by the Associated Press, Walter Camp Foundation and The Football News...one of five finalists for the 1990 Butkus Award, saluting the nation‘s top linebacker...led the team in tackles in 1988, 1989 and 1990...finished his UM career with 354 stops...played on the Hurricanes baseball team for one-and-a-half seasons...signed as a free agent with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

RUSSELL MARYLAND (DT, 1990) First UM player to win the coveted Outland Trophy as the nation‘s top interior lineman...a consensus All-American, Maryland was recognized as a first-team choice by AP, UPI, Kodak, the Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Football News and The Sporting News as a senior...UPI lineman of the year...finished his Hurricanes career with 279 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 20.5 sacks...an Iron Arrow recipient...first player chosen in the 1991 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys.

CARLOS HUERTA (K, 1991) Developed from a walk-on as a freshman in 1988 to being named consensus All-America (Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Football News, The Sporting News) and first-team All-BIG EAST as a senior in 1991...set an NCAA record by converting 157 consecutive PATs during his career as a four-year starter...ranks among the NCAA‘s

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all-time scoring leaders with 397 career points, including 73 field goals...set 12 school records and tied one...an Iron Arrow recipient...12th-round draftee of the San Diego Chargers.

LEON SEARCY (OT, 1991) First-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America, and second-team All-American by The Sporting News, The Football News and Associated Press...first-team All-BIG EAST...started every game his last three seasons...first-round pick (11th overall) of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

DARRIN SMITH (LB, 1991 & 1992) Named first-team UPI All-American as a senior...became UM‘s first National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete recipient...1992 first-team All-BIG EAST and semi-finalist for the Butkus Award for the second straight year...as a junior was named first-team All-American by The Football News, earned second-team honors by the Associated Press and was co-Defensive Player of the Year in the BIG EAST....finished career as fourth-leading tackler in UM history...had 18 tackles (ten solo) against FSU as a junior...second-round draftee of the Dallas Cowboys.

DARRYL WILLIAMS (FS, 1991) First-team All-American by Associated Press, Kodak, and the Walter Camp Football Foundation as a junior in 1991...named second-team All-American by The Sporting News...first-team All-BIG EAST...led the secondary with 84 tackles (49 solo) in 1991 ...added 18 tackles (10 solo) against Florida State...first-round draftee (28th overall) of the Cincinnati Bengals.

RICHARD MERCIER (OG, 1999) First-team All-American by The Sporting News...a two-time All-BIG EAST first-team selection...team leader in pancake blocks during both his junior and senior campaigns...tied Mike Sullivan for the UM record in career starts (48)...played every down for Miami over his final two seasons...invited to play in the Senior Bowl, Hula Bowl, East-West Shrine Game and the Florida Citrus All-Star Gridiron Classic...a fifth-round draft choice of the Baltimore Ravens.

DANIEL ―BUBBA‖ FRANKS (TE, 1999) First-team All-American by both The Football News and The Sporting News...two-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection ... recorded 77 career receptions for 1,038 yards and 12 touchdowns...started 30 of his 34 career games at UM...also voted Associated Press second-team All-American...first-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers (14th overall).

DAN MORGAN (LB, 2000) First player in college football history to win the Butkus Award (top linebacker), Nagurski Award (college defensive player of the year) and the Bednarik Award (top defensive player) in the same season...named a first-team AllAmerican by every national service, including Associated Press, Football Writers Association, The Football News, The Sporting News, Walter Camp, and the National Football Foundation...a unanimous selection for BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year...a three-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection...set a new Miami career record for tackles in a career with 532 (also a BIG EAST career mark)...a first-round (11th pick) selection of the NFL‘s Carolina Panthers in the 2001 Draft.

KEVIN WILLIAMS (WR/KR, 1991) First-team All-American and Kickoff Returner of the Year by The Sporting News and Punt Returner of the Year by the Football Writers Association of America as a sophomore...the BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Year in 1991 and first-team All-BIG EAST...had three consecutive games with punt returns for TDs, just one shy of the NCAA record...totaled 217 return yards on seven attempts against Penn State, including a 91-yard punt return for a TD, the longest in Miami history...had 1,183 all-purpose yards in 1991...netted 560 yards on 36 punt returns, a 15.6 yard average (fourth best in the NCAA)...second-round draft choice of the Dallas Cowboys in 1992.

SANTANA MOSS (WR/PR, 2000) First-team All-American as a senior...finished seventh in the Heisman Trophy voting in 2000, receiving three first-place votes...the 2000 BIG EAST Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year (the only player in league history to win both awards in the same year)...set Miami school records for receiving yards (2,546), all-purpose yards (4,402), punt return yards (1,196), and punt return touchdowns (6)...returned four punts for touchdowns during the 2000 season...a unanimous first-team All-BIG EAST selection in 2000...a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award (top receiver) in 2000 ... first-round (16th pick) selection by the New York Jets in the 2001 NFL Draft.

MICHEAL BARROW (LB, 1992) First-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation and The Football News...a unanimous selection as the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year...runner-up for the Butkus Award, given annually to the nation‘s best linebacker...finished seventh in 1992 Heisman Trophy voting with 64 points...led the team with 136 tackles (80 solo) as a senior ...finished career as the third-leading tackler in Miami history...second-round draftee of the Houston Oilers.

RYAN McNEIL (DB, 1992) First-team All-American by Kodak, Walter Camp and The Football News...named All-BIG EAST by the coaches two consecutive years...semi-finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the nation‘s best defensive back...second-round draftee of the Detroit Lions.

GINO TORRETTA (QB, 1992) Second UM player to win the Heisman Trophy...most honored player in school history…Walter Camp Player of the Year...earned Associated Press, Kodak, Walter Camp and Football News All-America status...won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, the Maxwell Trophy and the Davey O‘Brien Award...unanimous selection as Big East Offensive Player of the Year in 1991 and 1992...NCAA Today‘s Top Six Award winner, Hitachi/CFA Scholar Athlete Award winner, Toyota Leadership Award winner and Chevrolet Offensive Player of the Year...finished career with 11 records, including career attempts (991), completions (555), yards (7,690), total offense (7,772), longest pass and longest pass for a TD (99 yards to Horace Copeland, also an NCAA record), and most passing yards in a game (485 vs. San Diego St.)...seventh-round draftee of the Minnesota Vikings.

KEVIN PATRICK (DE, 1993) First-team All-American by both the Associated Press and Kodak...named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and was a first-team All-BIG EAST selection in both his junior and senior years...started 19 consecutive regularseason games and totaled 30 career starts...recorded 23 career sacks for 175 yards...led Miami his final year in both sacks (10 for a loss of 70 yards) and tackles for loss (11 for a loss of 21 yards)...signed as a free agent by the Los Angeles Rams.

C.J. RICHARDSON (S, 1994) First-team All-American by the Associated Press and first-team All-BIG EAST Conference...a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award...leader of the UM defensive backs that ranked No. 1 in the NCAA for pass defense ... finished the season with 85 total tackles, including 48 solo...seventh-round draft pick of the Houston Oilers.

WARREN SAPP (DT, 1994) Consensus All-American and first UM player to win the Lombardi Award, given annually to the nation‘s top lineman, and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, given to the nation‘s top defensive player...one of six finalists invited to the Downtown Athletic Club for the Heisman Trophy presentation...named Defensive Player of the Year by ABC Sports, Sports Illustrated, Football Writers Association of America, Football News, Touchdown Club of Atlanta, Touchdown Club of Columbus and the Big East ... had 84 tackles his junior year and led the Canes in sacks (10.5), tackles for loss (9), fumbles caused (4), fumble recoveries (3), and QB  pressures (25)...first-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12th overall).

RAY LEWIS (LB, 1995) First-team All-American by the Associated Press...one of three finalists for the Butkus Award, given annually to the nation‘s top linebacker, and came within one vote of tying Illinois senior Kevin Hardy for the trophy ... unanimous selection first-team All-Big East ...three-year starter at UM ...led the defense in tackles as a sophomore and junior, setting consecutive records for solo tackles by a MLB with 91 in 1994 and 95 in 1995...total tackle numbers of 152 in 1994 and 160 in 1995 rank fourth and second in the UM annals for tackles in a season at all positions ...first-round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens (26th overall).

JOAQUIN GONZALEZ (OT, 2000 & 2001) First-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America in 2000 and 2001 and by CNNSI.com in 2001...earned second-team All-America by College Football News in 2000 and 2001 and by ABC Sports in 2001...earned District 3 Academic All-America recognition as a junior...winner of the 2001 Draddy Award, the ―Academic Heisman‖ by the National Football Foundation, the highest honor bestowed a football scholar-athlete...two-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection in 2000-2001...only offensive lineman in BIG EAST history to earn the Rookie of the Year Award (1998)...walk-on who attended UM on an academic scholarship before earning a football grant-in-aid.

BRYANT McKINNIE (OT, 2000 & 2001) 2001 Outland Trophy winner as college football‘s outstanding interior lineman…named a first-team All-American by The Football News in 2000 and a consensus first-team All-American by every national service in 2001 including Associated Press, Football Writers Association, The Football News, The Sporting News, Walter Camp and the National Football Foundation...the 2001 National Player of the Year by CNNSI.com…the 2001 College Football Offensive Player of the Year by Football News...did not allow a quarterback sack during his entire UM career...a two-time unanimous first-team All-BIG EAST selection at left tackle...Minnesota Vikings first-round pick.

EDWARD REED (SS, 2000 & 2001) Consensus first-team All-America selection in 2000 and 2001...first-team All-American by the Football Writers Association, Associated Press, Football News, The Sporting News and the American Football Coaches both years...consensus first-team All-BIG EAST in 2000 and 2001...set UM career records for interceptions (21) and interception return yards (389) ... nine interceptions in 2001 (second-best total in UM history)…eight interceptions (third-best single-season total)...…key factor in a defense that recorded a record 45 takeaways during the 2001 national title season...also excelled in track and field, winning the javelin at the 1999 All-BIG EAST Outdoor Track & Field Championships...Baltimore Ravens first-round pick.

PHILLIP BUCHANON (CB/PR, 2001) First team All-American as a punt return specialist by ABC Sports in 2001…named the BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Year in 2001…unanimous first-team All-Big East selection in 2001…led the BIG EAST and ranked sixth nationally in punt returns with an average of 14.9 yards per return…returned punts for 464 yards on 15 attempts in 2001, the fourth-best single-season average in UM history ... one of three finalists for the Mosi Tatupu Award, presented to college football‘s finest Special Teams performer.

JEREMY SHOCKEY (TE, 2001) First team All-American by CNNSI.com in 2001…one of three finalists for the 2001 John Mackey Award for the nation‘s finest tight end…unanimous first team All-BIG EAST selection in 2001 …two-time first team All-BIG EAST pick…led UM in catches in 2001 with 40 for 519 yards (13.0 avg.) and seven TDs…finished his career with 61 catches for 815 yards and 10 TDs…ranks among UM‘s most productive tight ends ever in catches (sixth), receiving yards (sixth) and touchdowns (tied for second) ... first-round draft choice of the New York Giants.

TODD SIEVERS (PK, 2001) First team All-American by CNNSI.com in 2001…second-team All-America by The Sporting News, ABC Sports in 2001…first team All-BIG EAST selection in 2001…led the nation and the Big East in field goals made per game (1.9 avg.) in 2001…kicked four field goals in a game three times in 2001, the last in a close win over Virginia Tech to clinch a Rose Bowl berth…ranked fourth in the nation in scoring with 119 points…set a UM single-season scoring record for overall points and kicking points in 2001…tied the school record for field goals made in a season with 21…was 21-of26 (80.8 percent) on field goals in 2001…fourth in voting for the Lou Groza Award in 2001.

K.C. JONES (C, 1996) Associated Press first-team All-American...three-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection...a semifinalist for the Lombardi Award, presented annually to the nation‘s top offensive or defensive lineman or linebacker...Outland Trophy semifinalist, given to the nation‘s best interior lineman...four-year starter at center…started 41 games during career ... signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos.

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KEN DORSEY (QB, 2002)

KELLEN WINLSOW (TE, 2003)

First-team All-American by American Football Coaches Association and Walter Camp Football Foundation...two-time Heisman Trophy finalist (third in 2001, fifth in 2002)…BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year in 2001, and 2002…three-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection (2000-2002)…led UM on a 34-game winning streak, to the 2001 national championship and to the brink of the 2002 national title...finalist for the Johnny Unitas Award and the Davey O‘Brien Award in 2002...2001 Maxwell Award winner...MVP of 2001 Sugar Bowl and 2002 Rose Bowl...winningest quarterback in UM history (38-2, a record)...set eight UM career records, including total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions and attempts...completed 222-of-393 passes for 3,369 yards and 28 touchdowns with 12 interceptions in 2002.

Consensus first-team All-American as a junior in 2003 by Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, CNNSI.com, Walter Camp and The Sporting News…winner of the 2003 John Mackey Award as college football‘s best tight end…a semi-finalist for the Lombardi Award (top down lineman) and Biletnikoff Award (top receiver) in 2003…unanimous first-team All-BIG EAST Conference selection…led the team in receptions in 2003 with 60, the second-most in a single season by a tight end…finished his career with 119 catches (fifth in UM history), the most ever by a tight end at UM ... first-round draft choice of the Cleveland Browns in 2004.

JEROME McDOUGLE (DE, 2002)

ANTREL ROLLE (CB, 2004)

First-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA)...a Hendricks Award Finalist in 2002...a Lombardi Award semifinalist in 2002…a two-time first-team All-BIG EAST selection (2001-2002)…...made 55 tackles (31 solos) with 16 tackles for losses along with seven sacks in 2002...credited with 26 quarterback hurries in 2002...had a whopping 74 hurries over his two seasons at UM...first-round draft choice of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2003.

Consensus first-team All-American as a senior in 2004 by Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, Walter Camp, Cingular/ABC Sports, Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News…Finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award (best defensive back) and a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award (best defensive player)…First-team All-ACC …As a senior, made 71 tackles (38 solo), eight tackles for loss ... Finished his career with 192 tackles and nine takeaways ... first round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2005 NFL draft.

WILLIS McGAHEE (RB, 2002)

DEVIN HESTER (KR, 2004)

Consensus first-team All-American in 2002 by AP, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, CNNSI.com, Walter Camp and The Sporting News...Heisman Trophy Finalist (fourth)...2002 Big East Co-Offensive Player of the Year...unanimous first-team All-Big East...finalist for the Doak Walker Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year Award...rushed for 1,753 yards on 282 carries (6.2 avg.) and scored 28 TDs in his only season as a starter...accumulated 2,108 all-purpose yards...averaged 134.8 yards rushing per game...rushed for 100 yards a UM-record 10 times and rushed for more than 200 yards twice in 2002...one of only five players in college football history to rush for 1,500-plus yards and score 25-plus touchdowns in a season...set eight UM single-season records.

All-American as a kick returner by Walter Camp, Football Writers Association and The Sporting News as a sophomore…In 2004, returned four kicks for touchdowns, three punts and one kickoff and returned 19 punts for 326 yards, a 17.2-yard average that ranked fifth in the country…took back 15 kickoffs for 389 yards, a 25.9 average that ranked ninth nationally…Played as the nickelback on defense and led the team with four interceptions ... Scored six touchdowns for the year…Named first-team All-ACC as a kick returner.

ERIC WINSTON (OT, 2005) BRETT ROMBERG (C, 2002) Consensus first-team All-American in 2002 by Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, CNNSI.com, Walter Camp and The Sporting News...winner of the Rimington Award as college football‘s finest center...did not allow a quarterback sack in his college career...Outland Trophy Finalist...Two-time firstteam All-BIG EAST by the coaches (2001-2002)...credited with 33 pancake blocks and 18 ―metrorails‖ in 2002...started 37 consecutive games at center...UM went 35-2 with Romberg at center and averaged 464 yards per game with Romberg starting.

SEAN TAYLOR (FS, 2003) Consensus first-team All-American as a junior in 2003 by Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, CNNSI.com, Walter Camp and The Sporting News…finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award…2003 BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year…unanimous first-team All-BIG EAST selection by the coaches…tied the single-season record for interceptions (10) in 2003 and returned them 184 yards (second most in UM history)…intercepted a total of 14 passes in his career ... ranks fifth on the UM career list for interceptions (14), second for career interception return yards (306), second for interceptions returned for touchdowns (3) ... first-round draft choice of the Washington Redskins in 2004.

ACC‘s Jacobs Trophy winner as the best blocker in the conference in 2005, as voted by the coaches ... first-team AllACC...selected first-team All-America by Walter Camp, American Football Coaches Association, Sports Illustrated and Rivals.com and named second-team All-America by Associated Press...semifinalist for the Lombardi Award ... as a senior in 2005, graded highest among UM‘s offensive linemen, with 23 pancake blocks and 44 ―metrorails‖...allowed only two half-sacks all season.

BRANDON MERIWEATHER (S, 2005) First-team All-American by Football Writers of America and ABC Sports/Cingular...Named second-team All-ACC by conference sportswriters...Semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, presented to the nation‘s best defensive back...as a junior in 2005, led the team with 115 tackles, including 13 for loss, seven pass breakups and three interceptions...made nine or more tackles in six games ... drafted in the first round of the 2007 NFL draft by the New England Patriots.

KELLY JENNINGS (CB, 2005) First-team All-America by Sports Illustrated and second-team All-America by Associated Press in 2005...All-ACC choice who was third in the country and first in the conference with 16 pass breakups in 2005...also tied for the team lead with three interceptions ...three-year starter who finished his career with 41 starts in 49 games...Had 126 tackles, 1.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and six interceptions... drafted in the first round of the 2006 NFL draft by the Seattle Seahawks.

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National Award Winners

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Became the first Hurricane to capture the Heisman Trophy in 1986. Earned second-highest margin of victory in the Heisman Trophy history. Threw for 2,557 yards and 26 touchdowns with only nine interceptions while leading Miami to an undefeated regular season and the nation‘s No. 1 ranking entering the Fiesta Bowl. Was named winner of the Maxwell Award Winner (College Player of the Year), the Davey O‘Brien Award (nation‘s best quarterback) and was named a consensus first-team All-American. Competed with what could arguably be called the deepest quarterbacking crew ever assembled on a college team. At one point in the fall of 1982, the Miami roster at quarterback included Testaverde, future NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly, and future NFL star Bernie Kosar, along with prep All-American Kyle Vanderwende and future Georgia head coach Mark Richt. Led the Hurricanes to a No. 2 national ranking and a Sugar Bowl berth in his first season as the starter, passing for 3,238 yards and completing 61.4 percent of his passes as the Hurricanes posted a 102 record. Led Miami to a 28-16 win over defending national champion Oklahoma by completing 21-of-28 passes for 261 yards and four touchdowns. Set new UM standards for passing greatness as he set school single-season records for completion percentage (63.4%) and passing efficiency (165.80 — the nation‘s best).

TESTAVERDE‘S 1986 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Att

Comp

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Int

TD

Pct.

LG

at South Carolina ................................... 30 ......................17..................... 231 ..................... 0 ..................... 1 ................... 56.7 ................... 28 at (13) Florida ........................................ 25 ......................12..................... 163 ..................... 3 ..................... 1 ................... 48.0 ................... 50 Texas Tech ............................................... 27 ......................16..................... 330 ..................... 2 ..................... 4 ................... 59.3 ................... 49 (1) Oklahoma.......................................... 28 ......................21..................... 261 ..................... 0 ..................... 4 ................... 75.0 ................... 33 Northern Illinois ....................................... 16 ......................12..................... 208 ..................... 0 ..................... 2 ................... 75.0 ................... 56 at West Virginia..................................... 20 ......................14..................... 188 ..................... 0 ..................... 3 ................... 70.0 ................... 35 at Cincinnati ............................................ 35 ......................24..................... 262 ..................... 0 ..................... 2 ................... 68.6 ................... 29 (20) Florida State .................................. 35 ......................21..................... 315 ..................... 2 ..................... 3 ................... 60.0 ................... 39 at Pittsburgh ............................................ 26 ......................17..................... 291 ..................... 1 ..................... 4 ................... 65.4 ................... 31 Tulsa.......................................................... 34 ......................21..................... 308 ..................... 1 ..................... 2 ................... 61.8 ................... 53 East Carolina ................................................ Did not play — injured TOTALS 276 175 2,557 9 26 63.4 56 *Passing Efficiency Rating: 165.80 (led the nation) TESTAVERDE‘S CAREER STATS Year GP/GS 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 TOTALS

Att

10/10 11/11 6/0

276 352 34 Redshirt season 2/0 12 29/21 674

Comp

Yards

Int

TD

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LG

................. 175 ................ 2,557 ..................... 9 .................. 26 ................ 63.4* .................. 56 ................. 216 ................ 3,238 .................. 15 .................. 21 .................. 61.4 ................. 88 ...................17 ................... 184 ................... 1 .................... 0 .................. 50.0 ................. 19 ...................... 5 ...................... 79 .................... 0 .................... 1 .................. 41.7 .................. 25 413 6,058 25 48* 61.3 88

Career Passing Efficiency: 152.80*

1986 HEISMAN VOTING 1. Vinny Testaverde, Miami 2. Paul Palmer, Temple 3. Jim Harbaugh, Michigan 4. Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma 5. Gordon Lockbaum, Holy Cross

Points

1st

2nd

3rd

2,213 672 458 395 242

678 28 25 9 32

76 207 136 136 39

27 174 111 96 68

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• Awarded the Jim Thorpe Award for the best defensive back in college football, which was created in 1986. It was conceived by former Oklahoma City talk show host Ed Sossen and W. Lynne Draper, the Jim Thorpe Association executive director. • Led the ’87 Hurricanes to the national championship and a 12-0 record • Made 124 tackles and intercepted five passes • Named a consensus First-Team All-America and ended his career as UM’s all-time leader for interceptions (19) and interception return yards (305). He also set UM records for consecutive games with an interception (5); total tackles by a safety (286) and unassisted tackles by a safety (155). • Led the nation in interceptions in 1986 (.91 per game) and became a first-round draftee of the Detroit Lions (the 3rd pick overall) in the 1988 NFL Draft. • Shared the Thorpe Award with Oklahoma’s Rickey Dixon. Both finished with 144 points in balloting by a 15member committee. Florida State’s Deion Sanders was third in the voting with 125 points. BLADES‘ 1987 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent UT

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FR

FF

Florida ......................................................... 3 ........................ 5.......................... 8 ............... 1-14 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 at Arkansas ................................................ 3 ........................ 6.......................... 9 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 at Florida State ......................................... 7 ......................10........................ 17 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 1 ..................... 0 Maryland .................................................... 2 ........................ 6.......................... 8 ................. 1-0 ................... 1* ......................... 0 ..................... 0 at Cincinnati ............................................... 2 ........................ 6.......................... 8 ................. 1-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 at East Carolina ......................................... 7 ......................10........................ 17 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 Miami (Ohio) .............................................. 1 ........................ 3.......................... 4 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 Virginia Tech .............................................. 8 ......................10........................ 18 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 Toledo ......................................................... 8 ........................ 4........................ 12 ............... 1-22 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 Notre Dame ............................................... 3 ........................ 4.......................... 7 ............... 1-21 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 South Carolina ........................................... 9 ........................ 7........................ 16 ................. 0-0 ..................... 0 ......................... 0 ..................... 0 TOTALS 53 71 124 5-57 1 1 0 *Touchdown was a return of a blocked punt.

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Starting signal caller in 1989 and 1990, Erickson led the Hurricanes to the 1989 National Championship and a 21-3 record over the 1989-90 seasons. Tallied 3,363 passing yards, which included six 300 yard passing games, twice throwing for more than 400. Tied a school record with four touchdown passes three times. In addition to winning the Unitas Award, Erickson placed eighth in balloting for the Heisman Trophy.

ERICKSON‘S 1990 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Att

Comp

Yards

Int

TD

Pct.

LP

at (16) BYU ............................................. 52 ......................28..................... 299 ..................... 1 ..................... 0 ................... 53.8 ................... 27 at California ............................................ 47 ......................32..................... 467 ..................... 0 ..................... 4 ................... 68.1 ................... 40 Iowa .......................................................... 33 ......................17..................... 360 ..................... 2 ..................... 3 ................... 51.5 ..................73t (2) Florida State ..................................... 23 ......................13..................... 128 ..................... 0 ..................... 1 ................... 56.5 ................... 24 Kansas ...................................................... 29 ......................15..................... 229 ..................... 0 ..................... 1 ................... 51.7 ................... 39 at (6) Notre Dame ................................. 36 ......................20..................... 355 ..................... 2 ..................... 0 ................... 55.5 ................... 43 at Texas Tech .......................................... 32 ......................22..................... 307 ..................... 0 ..................... 4 ................... 68.8 ..................38t Pittsburgh ................................................. 35 ......................25..................... 355 ..................... 0 ..................... 2 ................... 71.4 ................... 40 Boston College ........................................ 26 ......................13..................... 320 ..................... 1 ..................... 4 ................... 50.0 ..................52t Syracuse .................................................. 41 ......................23..................... 259 ..................... 0 ..................... 1 ................... 56.1 ................... 24 at San Diego State ................................ 39 ......................17..................... 284 ..................... 1 ..................... 2 ................... 43.6 ................... 56 TOTALS 393 225 3,363 7 22 57.2 73t Passing Efficiency Rating: 144.00 t-indicates scoring play

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As a defensive tackle In 1990, made 96 tackles (54 solos) and had 10.5 quarterback sacks, seven tackles for losses, 19 quarterback pressures, forced five fumbles and broke up two passes. Returned to play for Miami in 1990 and turned down what would surely have been a large pro contract return as a fifth-year senior. First pick in the 1991 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys

MARYLAND‘S 1990 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent UT AT TT at BYU at California Iowa Florida State Kansas at Notre Dame at Texas Tech Pittsburgh Boston College Syracuse at San Diego St. TOTALS

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4 8 2 2 1 15 7 1 3 7 6 56

2 4 2 4 3 5 5 3 5 4 3 40

6 12 4 6 4 20 12 4 8 11 9 96

TFL

QBS

FF

FR

Int

QBH

PBU

0-0 3-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-9 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-21

1-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-3 2-9 0-0 1-6 3-27 -1 10.5-56

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 5

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 1 5 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2

Finished sixth in the Heisman voting in 1994. Consensus All-American who became the first Miami Hurricane to win the Rotary Lombardi Award, given annually to the nation‘s top lineman. Named Defensive Player of the Year by ABC Sports, Sports Illustrated, Football Writers Association of America, The Football N ews, Touchdown Club of Atlanta, Touchdown Club of Columbus and The BIG EAST Football Conference Led a Miami defense that led the NCAA in total defense, scoring defense and pass defense. Earned Player of the Game honors from ABC vs. Washington, the BIG EAST Network vs. Rutgers and ESPN vs. Florida State. As a junior in 1994, had 84 tackles and led the Hurricanes in sacks (10.5), tackles for loss (9.0), fumbles caused, fumble re coveries and quarterback pressures (25). First-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12th choice overall) in the 1995 NFL Draft. Earned the Nagurski Trophy, the Lombardi Award, a spot as an Outland Trophy finalist, Football News Defensive Player of the Y ear, BIG EAST Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a sixth-place finish in Heisman Trophy voting all in 1994.

SAPP‘S 1994 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent UT AT

TT

TFL

QBS

FF

FR

Int

PBU

Georgia Southern 3 at Arizona State 0 Washington 0 Virginia Tech 3 Florida State 2 at Rutgers 4 at West Virginia 1 Pittsburgh 3 at Syracuse 3 at Temple 1 Boston College 2 TOTALS 37

5 6 8 4 8 6 1 11 6 1 9 84

1-4 0-0 .5-1 2-15 2.5-12 1-3 0-0 2-4 2-7 0-0 1.5-5 12.5-42

1.5-9 .5-3 0-0 2-15 1.5-8 1-3 0-0 2-11 1-8 0-0 1-10 10.5-67

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-19 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-19

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 5

2 6 8 1 6 2 0 8 3 0 7 47

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Second Hurricanes‘ quarterback to earn the Johnny Unitas Award, capping a brilliant 1992 season with the honor. Dominated the Heisman voting and became the most decorated football player in Miami history taking every award available to him in ‘92: the Maxwell Award (best overall player), Davey O‘Brien Award (top quarterback), Unitas Award (top senior quarterback), consensus All-American, and every Player of the Year Award. As a senior, threw for 3,060 yards while completing almost 57 percent of his pass attempts. Exceeded 300 yards passing five times, including a 433-yard effort against Iowa in the season opener. Very efficiencient quarterback who threw only seven interceptions in 402 pass attempts while throwing 19 touchdown passes. Led the Hurricanes to a perfect 12-0 record in the regular season on the way to a No. 1 ranking and a Sugar Bowl berth. The Pinole, California, product rewrote the Miami record books during a spectacular senior season where he left UM with 11 re cords to his name, including career marks for passing yards (7,690), pass completions (555) and total offense (7,722 yards). He also set a record for consecutive passes thrown without an interception (123). Joined former Hurricane Vinny Testaverde (1986) as a Davey O‘Brien Award winner. Both Steve Walsh (1988) and Craig Erickson (1990) were runners-up in their respective years.

TORRETTA‘S 1992 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent Att

Comp

Yards

Int

TD

Pct.

LG

at (23) Iowa ............................................ 51 ......................31..................... 433 ..................... 1 ..................... 2 ................... 60.8 ................... 51 Florida A&M ........................................... 22 ......................12..................... 170 ..................... 0 ..................... 2 ................... 54.5 ................... 51 Arizona..................................................... 46 ......................26..................... 289 ..................... 1 ..................... 1 ................... 56.5 ................... 31 (3) Florida State ..................................... 48 ......................20..................... 252 ..................... 1 ..................... 2 ................... 41.7 ................... 33 at (7) Penn State .................................... 31 ......................11........................ 80 ..................... 0 ..................... 0 ................... 35.5 ................... 15 TCU ........................................................... 35 ......................20..................... 350 ..................... 1 ..................... 3 ................... 57.1 ................... 68 at Virginia Tech ...................................... 28 ......................17..................... 249 ..................... 0 ..................... 3 ................... 60.7 ................... 33 West Virginia.......................................... 40 ......................28..................... 363 ..................... 0 ..................... 3 ................... 70.0 ................... 40 Temple ..................................................... 23 ......................16..................... 221 ..................... 0 ..................... 2 ................... 69.6 ................... 39 at (7) Syracuse ....................................... 43 ......................23..................... 343 ..................... 3 ..................... 0 ................... 53.5 ................... 48 at San Diego State ................................ 35 ......................19..................... 310 ..................... 0 ..................... 1 ................... 54.3 ................... 47 TOTALS 402 228 3,060 7 19 56.7 68 Passing Efficiency Rating: 132.80 TORRETTA‘S CAREER STATS Year GP/GS 1992 1991 1990 1989 TOTALS

11-11 11-11 9-0 10-4 41-26

Att

Comp

Yards

Int

TD

Pct.

LG

402 ................... 228.................. 3,060 ..................... 7 ................... 19 ................... 56.7 ..................68t 371 ................... 205.................. 3,095 ..................... 8 ................... 20 ................... 55.3 ..................99t 41 ......................21..................... 210 ..................... 1 ..................... 0 ................... 51.2 ................... 20 177 ................... 101.................. 1,325 ..................... 8 ..................... 8 ................... 57.1 ..................88t 991 555 7,690 24 47 56.0 99t

Career Passing Efficiency: 132.00 *-Indicates school record; t-indicates scoring play TORRETTA‘S 1992 STATS GP/GS

Att.

Cmp.

Yards

Int

TD

Pct.

LP

11/11 .................................................... 402 ................... 228.................. 3,060 ..................... 7 ................... 19 ................... 56.7 ................... 68 Passing Efficiency Rating: 132.80

1992 Heisman Voting Points 1. Gino Torretta, Miami 2. Marshall Faulk, San Diego St. 3. Garrison Hearst, Georgia 4. Marvin Jones, Florida State 5. Reggie Brooks, Notre Dame 6. Charlie Ward, Florida State 7. Micheal Barrow, Miami

1st

2nd

3rd

1,400 1,080 982 392 294 126 64

310 164 140 81 42 18 10

179 207 196 51 53 18 10

112 174 170 47 62 36 14

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As a junior in 1999, produced one of the greatest seasons any defensive player has had at the University of Miami as he made 139 tackles. A starter since his true freshman season, came to Miami as a fullback, but during freshman two-a-days in 1997 shined at linebacker. Team‘s leading tackler in 2000 (his third time to lead UM in tackles) with 138. Set a school record with 42 consecutive starts and became the first player in the school‘s history to have 100 or more tackles in each of his four seasons. All-time career tackles leader at Miami with 512, breaking the BIG EAST record along the way. Named a consensus first-team All-American and became the first player in college football history to win the Butkus, Nagurski and Bednarik awards in the same season. Named Football News National Defensive Player of the Year, an honor he also won on the conference level as voted on by the le ague‘s head coaches.

MORGAN‘S 2000 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Opponent UT AT TT McNeese St. at Washington at W. Virginia at Rutgers Florida State at Temple Louisiana Tech Virginia Tech Pittsburgh at Syracuse Boston College TOTALS

3 13 9 1 14 13 2 7 11 6 11 90

4 7 7 0 3 4 2 4 9 4 4 48

7 20 16 1 17 17 4 11 20 10 15 138

TFL

QBS

FF

FR

Int

QBH

PBU

0-0 2-3 2-5 0-0 2-6 2-9 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-4 3-12 15-42

0-0 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-7 4-19

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-0

0-0 1-11 0-0 0-0 1-23 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-34

0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 5

MIAMI HURRICANES IN BUTKUS AWARD VOTING 2000 Dan Morgan, MLB 1995 Ray Lewis, MLB 1992 Micheal Barrow, MLB

1990

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1st 2nd finalist

Maurice Crum, MLB finalist

Received the 2001 Maxwell Award, given annually to the outstanding college football player of the year Third Miami Hurricane to win the Maxwell Award as he edged fellow finalists Eric Crouch of Nebraska and Rex Grossman of Florida in the closest vote in the 65-year history of the award Led the Hurricanes to a perfect (12-0) record and the 2001 National Championship. Finished his career 26-1 at Miami as a starter at quarterback Completed 184 of 318 passes for 2,652 yards with 23 touchdowns and nine interceptions during the 2001 regular season.

KEN DORSEY‘S 2001 STATS G/S

Att.

Cmp.

Yards

Int

TD

Pct.

LP

11/11 .................................................... 353 ................... 206.................. 3,014 ................... 10 ................... 26 ................... 58.3 ................... 64 Passing Efficiency Rating: 148.7 DORSEY‘S 2001 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING STATISTICS Opponent

Att-Cmp-Int

Yds

TD

Lg

at Penn State Rutgers at Pittsburgh Troy State at Florida State West Virginia Temple at Boston College Syracuse Washington at Virginia Tech TOTALS

27-20-1 25-14-1 32-18-1 30-18-0 27-14-0 27-16-1 24-16-0 41-20-4 20-13-0 21-14-1 44-21-0 318-184-9

344 315 208 299 249 192 175 222 224 189 235 2,652

3 2 1 2 3 2 2 0 4 3 1 23

47 64 32 37 35 27 41 19 51 32 31 64

35-22-1

362

3

49

Nebraska (Rose Bowl)

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Joined Russell Maryland (1990) as an Outland Trophy winner given annually to the nation‘s top lineman. Capped an impressive career when he beat out Nebraska offensive guard Toniu Fonoti and 2000 Outland Trophy winner John Henderson of Tennessee for the award. McKinnie, a 6-foot-9, 336-pound senior from Woodbury, N.J., never allowed a sack during his college career and anchored a line which averaged 5.5 yards per rushing attempt on the way to an undefeated season and the national championship. Hallmark performance came when he dominated Syracuse All-America defensive end Dwight Freeney in Miami‘s 59-0 victory, holding Freeney without a quarterback sack in 52 plays, setting the pace for an offense that rushed for a season-best 331 yards and accumulated 566 yards against the Orangemen. Played two seasons after transferring from Lackawanna Junior College prior to sitting out the 1999 season as a redshirt. Made a name for himself in Miami‘s 27-24 victory over Florida State at the Orange Bowl when he shut down FSU‘s Jamal Reynolds who managed just one assisted tackle in the game. Reynolds was a first-team All-American, the Lombardi winner and a first-round NFL draft pick.

Became the first University of Miami player to win the Rimington Trophy in 2002. Contributed in Miami‘s 34-game winning streak from 2000 to 2002 as the center. Had the versatility to play effectively at guard or tackle, but settled in as the center for his sophomore season in 2000. Helped the Hurricanes win 35 of 37 games, one National Championship, three BIG EAST Conference championships, a Sugar Bowl an d a Rose Bowl during his career - all with Romberg calling the blocking signals for the offensive line. Never allowed a quarterback sack at center and led an offensive line that helped produce three 1,000-yard rushers (James Jackson, Clinton Portis and Willis McGahee), a quarterback (Ken Dorsey) who set every major UM career passing record and an offense that averaged more than 465 yards per game for the balance of his thr ee years as the starting center. The Dave Rimington Trophy is one of college football‘s newest annual awards, given each year since 1999 to college football‘s outstanding center. It is hosted by the Boomer Esiason Foundation for research and treatment of cystic fibrosis.

Became the first player in Miami history to win the John Mackey Award. The Nassau County Sports Commission presents the prestigious John Mackey Award annually to the most outstanding tight end in Division I-A College Football. At 6-foot-5, 245-pounds, led the team with 60 catches and was second on the team with 605 receiving yards, averaging 10.1 yards per catch and 46.5 yards per game as a junior. Led or tied for the team lead in receptions in nine games in 2003 and broke the UM record for career receptions by a tight en d with 119. In his biggest game of the season and the second biggest of his career, pulled in 10 catches for 104 yards against West Virgi nia, including a leaping catch over the middle on a critical fourth and 13 that led to Miami‘s game-winning field goal in the final seconds against the Mountaineers. Made seven catches for 106 yards in the Hurricanes‘ 22-14 win at Florida State, despite playing in a torrential downpour on a rain-soaked field. Stood out as a big-play performer on special teams, blocking a punt against Syracuse. Impressed with his blocking ability on offense and special teams in a UM win over Pittsburgh, throwing a key block to spring tailback Jason Geathers for a 78-yard gain on a screen pass that set up a Miami touchdown. Following his junior season, was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the first round as the sixth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft.

WINSLOW‘S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS No.

Yards

Avg.

TD

LG

2003 2002 2001 TOTALS

605 726 34 1,365

10.1 12.7 17.0 11.5

1 8 0 9

39 58 19 58

13-12 13-13 11-0 37-25

60 57 2 119

WINSLOW‘S 2003 RECEIVING STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME Opponent No. Yards TD LG at Louisiana Tech Florida East Carolina at Boston College West Virginia at Florida State Temple at Virginia Tech Tennessee Syracuse Rutgers at Pittsburgh vs. Florida State TOTALS

4 5 2 4 10 7 4 8 7 1 2 1 5 60

35 35 27 41 104 106 43 48 88 6 15 9 48 605

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

13 17 16 17 19 39 17 8 22 6 8 9 12 39

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Named winner of the ―Academic Heisman,‖ the HealthSouth Draddy Award, in a ceremony honoring 16 national scholar-athletes at the National Football Foundation‘s 44th Annual Awards dinner in New York City. One of the nation‘s top offensive tackles and a major factor in an offensive line that yielded only three quarterback sacks in 2000. The 6-foot-6, 298-pound Dean‘s List member was a three-time Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Team member, being named to the First Team in 2000. Was a four-time BIG EAST Academic All-Conference selection and an Iron Arrow inductee in 2000 (the highest academic honor bestowed to any UM student or staff membe r). Received a Bachelor‘s Degree in Business Administration in May of 2001 and received a Master‘s of Business Administration in December of 2001. Named a First Team All-America twice by The Football Writers Association in 2000 and 2001. Named a second-team All-America numerous times. Selected to the First Team All-BIG EAST Team in both 2000 and 2001 and was the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year in 1998 - the first recipient of the award to earn All-Conference Academic honors in the same season.

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Ring of Honor

BENNIE BLADES, DB, 1985-87 (2009 INDUCTEE)

GINO TORRETTA, QB, 1989-92 (2008 INDUCTEE)

Blades played defensive back for the Hurricanes from 1985 through 1987. As a junior selected firstteam All-American in 1986 by the Associated Press and United Press International after...lead the nation in interceptions with 10...The following season, Blades helped the Hurricanes win the national championship andwas selected first-team All-American by the Associated Press, Kodak, United Press International, The Sporting News, The Walter Camp Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America...Won the Jim Thorpe Award in 1987, awarded to the nation‘s top defensive back...Set school records for interceptions in a career (19), interception return yards (305), consecutive games with an interception (5), total tackles by a safety (286) and unassisted tackles by a safety (155)...Picked third overall by the Detroit Lions in 1988...Played 10 NFL seasons and finished his professional career with 14 interceptions and one touchdown...In 2006, Blades was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

Gino Torretta played quarterback for UM from 1989-92 and was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 2003 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2008. As a senior, Torretta joined fellow UM quarterback Vinny Testaverde in elite company when he was awarded the 1992 Heisman Trophy. That season, Torretta threw for 3,060 yards and 19 touchdowns while completing 57 percent of his passes. In addition to winning the Heisman Trophy in 1992, Torretta also won the Maxwell Award, the O‘Brien Award, the Unitas Award and the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award. Torretta played in the NFL for six different clubs, retiring in 1997.

EDDIE DUNN, RB, 1935-39 (2009 INDUCTEE)

Ottis Anderson became the first player in Miami history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season (1978). Anderson is the Hurricanes‘ all-time career rushing leader (3,331) and in 1978, he posted the third-highest single-season rushing total in school history with 1,266 yards on the ground. He was a firstround pick of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1979 NFL Draft and was selected to the Pro Bowl his first two pro seasons (1979 and 1980). He spent his 14-year NFL career with the Cardinals and the New York Giants, recording 10,273 career rushing yards and 86 total touchdowns. He joined the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1990.

Dunn played running back for UM from 1935-39......In 1938, played in the historic Miami-Florida game, scoring all three touchdowns in a 19-7 Miami win in the two teams‘ first ever meeting on the gridiron... Set several game, single-season and career records for rushing, scoring, and punt returns...Served as the head football coach from 1943-44 and head baseball coach from 1947-54. He had a stint as athletic director during World War II...Was a member of the Board of Trustees from 1964-80, helped find the forerunner of the Hurricane Club, chaired the Board of Trustees Athletic Advisory Committee and served as the president of the UM Alumni Association. Dunn is also credited with designing the first UM baseball field.

STEVE WALSH, QB, 1985-88 (2009 INDUCTEE) Walsh played quarterback for Miami during the late 80‘s, leading the `Canes to an undefeated regular season and national championship in 1987. The following season, Walsh was selected first-team AllAmerican by the Associated Press, ESPN, and the Football Writers Association of America after passing for over 3,100 yards and 29 touchdowns. As a starter, Walsh went 23-1 for the Hurricanes and finished his career tied with Vinny Testaverde for the most touchdown passes in school history (48). He was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 1989 supplemental draft and played 11 seasons in the NFL for six different franchises.

EDGERRIN JAMES, RB, 1996-98 (2008 INDUCTEE) Edgerrin James played running back at UM from 1996-1998. Cousin of UM running back Javarris James, he was named first team All-American in 1998 before he was taken in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. James was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl on four occasions and twice led the NFL in rushing. In nine full NFL seasons, James has seven 1,000-yard years, including a career-high 1,709 in 2000 with the Colts. For his UM career, James finished with 2,960 yards on the ground, the second-highest total in school history behind fellow Ring of Honor member Ottis Anderson.

JIM KELLY, QB, 1979-82 (2008 INDUCTEE) Jim Kelly was a star quarterback at UM from 1979-82 and was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1992. Kelly, who was a Heisman Trophy candidate at UM before separating his shoulder his senior season, went on to enjoy a stellar pro football career that led to his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002. After a short stint in the USFL after college, Kelly was drafted in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills and would go on to be selected to the NFL Pro Bowl on five occasions. He holds nearly every Bills‘ career passing record, including attempts (4,779), completions (2,874), yards (35,467) and passer rating (60.14%).

CORTEZ KENNEDY, DT, 1988-89 (2008 INDUCTEE) Cortez Kennedy played defensive tackle for the Hurricanes from 1988-89 before being chosen in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Kennedy played exclusively for the Seahawks at the professional level and was named the NFL‘s Defensive Player of the Year in 1992. He was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl on eight occasions and was named First Team All-Pro three times before retiring from the league in 2000. Kennedy finished his professional career with 167 games played, 568 tackles, 58 sacks and 11 forced fumbles. In 1994, Kennedy was inducted in the UM Sports Hall of Fame.

JIM OTTO, C, 1957-59 (2008 INDUCTEE) Jim Otto played center for the Hurricanes from 1957-59 and was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1972 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980. A 12-time Pro Bowl selection from 1961-72, Otto was taken in the first round of the 1960 AFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders, a team he spent his entire career with until his retirement in 1974. He was one of only three players who saw action in each of his team‘s 140 regular season games over the AFL‘s 10-year history. Otto played in six AFL/AFC title games, Super Bowl II and was named All-Pro 13 straight seasons from 1960-72.

OTTIS ANDERSON, RB, 1975-78 (1999 INDUCTEE)

DON BOSSELER, FB, 1953-56 (1999 INDUCTEE) Don Bosseler played fullback at UM from 1953-56 and was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1970. He finished his career with 1,642 rushing yards, which at the time ranked second all-time in school history. Bosseler was an All-American at UM in 1956 and a first-round draft pick of the Washington Redskins in 1957. He played all eight seasons of his professional career with the Redskins, rushing for 3,112 yards and scoring 22 touchdowns from 1957-1964. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1959 and in 1990, was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame.

BERNIE KOSAR, QB, 1982-84 (1999 INDUCTEE) Bernie Kosar was instrumental in the University of Miami becoming known as ―Quarterback U‖. As a freshman, Kosar guided the Hurricanes to their first of five National Championships in 1983. In 1985, he was chosen in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, a team he spent nine seasons with. He finished his 12-year professional career with 23,301 yards passing and 124 touchdowns. In 1993, Kosar was a member of the Super Bowl XXVIII champion Dallas Cowboys. He holds a number of singleseason records at UM, including pass attempts (416), pass completions (262) and passing yards (3,642). In 1995, Kosar was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame and in 1998, he joined the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame.

BURGESS OWENS, DB, 1970-72 (1999 INDUCTEE) Burgess Owens patrolled the Miami secondary from 1970-72, earning All-American honors in 1972. Owens finished his UM career with 160 tackles, eight interceptions and three fumble recoveries. He was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1973 Senior Bowl and went on to be a first-round draft pick of the New York Jets in 1973. Owens, who joined the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1982, played 10 years at the professional level and was a starting safety on the Oakland Raiders‘ Super Bowl XV title team. For his career, he recorded 30 interceptions, including a career-high six in 1979.

JIM DOOLEY, HB, 1949-51 (1997 INDUCTEE) Jim Dooley started on both sides of the football as a junior and senior at Miami. An All-American in 1951 and first player to have his jersey retired at UM, Dooley ranks third in school history with 17 career interceptions. A first round draft pick of the Chicago Bears in 1952, Dooley recorded 3,172 yards receiving in eight seasons with the Bears. After his playing career ended in 1961, Dooley went in to coaching and served as head coach of the Bears from 1968-71. He finished his UM career with 1,029 yards rushing and 250 yards receiving and still holds a UM bowl record with a four-interception performance against Clemson in the 1952 Orange Bowl. He joined the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1972.

GEORGE MIRA, QB, 1961-63 (1997 INDUCTEE) George Mira, Sr. was a two-time All-American at Miami in 1962 and 1963. He led the `Canes to a pair of bowl games and set nearly every passing record at Miami at the time. One of only four players to have their jersey retired at UM, Mira threw for 348 yards during a snow storm against Nebraska in Yankee Stadium‘s 1962 Gotham Bowl. He also finished fifth in the 1962 Heisman Trophy balloting and was selected in the second round of the 1964 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. Mira, who was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1973, played seven years in the NFL with the 49ers, Eagles and Dolphins.

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TED HENDRICKS, DE, 1966-68 (1997 INDUCTEE) Ted Hendricks was one of the most feared pass rushers in college football during his time. UM‘s only three-time All-American (1966, ‗67 & ‗68), Hendricks finished his Hurricane career as the leading all-time tackler and was voted fifth in the 1968 Heisman Trophy balloting. In his three seasons at UM, Hendricks recorded 318 tackles and had two interceptions and 12 fumble recoveries. Hendricks was Miami‘s second inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, joining fellow Ring of Honor member Jim Otto (1980) in 1990. He was selected in the second round of the 1969 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Colts. Hendricks, who was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1980, is one of four UM players all-time to have their jersey retired.

VINNY TESTAVERDE, QB, 1982-86 (1997 INDUCTEE) Vinny Testaverde rewrote nearly every Miami passing and total offense record en route to winning the University of Miami‘s first Heisman Trophy in 1986. He played in only one losing regular-season game and was a consensus All-American selection in 1986. He completed 413 of 674 career passing attempts for 6,058 yards and 48 touchdowns in two years as the Miami starting quarterback. He led the Hurricanes to back-to-back New Year‘s Day Bowl games at the Sugar and Fiesta Bowls in 1985 and 1986 respectively. Testaverde, who was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 1998, is one of four Hurricanes to have their jersey retired, along with George Mira, Jim Dooley and Ted Hendricks. Taken as the No. 1 overall pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1987 NFL Draft, Testaverde posted a stellar 21-year pro career with seven different NFL teams. For his pro career, Testaverde played in 233 games and passed for 46,233 yards and 275 touchdowns.

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Jack Harding MVP Award • • • •

Each season the players and coaches of the University of Miami football team select a most valuable player, to be awarded the Jack Harding MVP Award at the annual football banquet. Presented since 1964, this honor is the highest performance-based award a Hurricanes player can attain from his teammates. The award is named for former UM head coach and athletic director Jack Harding, who coached the Hurricanes‘ football team from 1937-42 and 1945-47. Harding relinquished his coaching duties after the 1947 season and took over as athletic director, a post he held until his death in 1963. As football coach, Harding oversaw the program‘s rise into a major program. His 1938 team was his best, traveling to Gainesville and handing Florida an upset loss in the first meeting between the schools. His teams posted major intersectional wins over Michigan State, Auburn, North Carolina State, Clemson and Florida that put Miami football ―on the map.‖ A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Harding was an accomplished athlete in his own right, lettering in football for l egendary coaches Glenn ―Pop‖ Warner and Jock Sutherland, in addition to earning varsity letters in baseball and basketball.

JACK HARDING UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI MVP AWARD Leonard Hankerson (Offense); Sean Spence (Defense) .......................................................... 2010 Jason Fox (Offense); Darryl Sharpton (Defense) ...................................................................... 2009 Matt Bosher, punter/placekicker.................................................................................................. 2008 Darnell Jenkins, wide receiver ...................................................................................................... 2007 Calais Campbell, defensive end .................................................................................................. 2006 Eric Winston, offensive tackle ....................................................................................................... 2005 Brock Berlin, quarterback .............................................................................................................. 2004 Sean Taylor, safety ........................................................................................................................ 2003 Ken Dorsey, quarterback .............................................................................................................. 2002 Ken Dorsey, quarterback and Edward Reed, safety ............................................................... 2001 Dan Morgan, linebacker and Santana Moss, receiver/return specialist .............................. 2000 Daniel ―Bubba‖ Franks, tight end ................................................................................................. 1999 Scott Covington, quarterback ....................................................................................................... 1998 Edgerrin James, running back ....................................................................................................... 1997 Tremain Mack, safety ..................................................................................................................... 1996 Ray Lewis, middle linebacker ....................................................................................................... 1995 Warren Sapp, defensive tackle ................................................................................................... 1994 Kevin Patrick, defensive end ......................................................................................................... 1993 Micheal Barrow, linebacker and Gino Torretta, quarterback ................................................ 1992 Carlos Huerta, placekicker ........................................................................................................... 1991 Russell Maryland, defensive tackle.............................................................................................. 1990 Cortez Kennedy, defensive tackle .............................................................................................. 1989 Steve Walsh, quarterback ........................................................................................................... 1988 Steve Walsh, quarterback ........................................................................................................... 1987 Vinny Testaverde, quarterback .................................................................................................... 1986 Vinny Testaverde, quarterback ................................................................................................... 1985 Bernie Kosar, quarterback ........................................................................................................... 1984 Glenn Dennison, tight end ............................................................................................................ 1983 Jay Brophy, linebacker .................................................................................................................. 1982 Jim Kelly, quarterback ................................................................................................................... 1981 Mike Goedeker, defensive end ................................................................................................... 1980 Gene Coleman, defensive back ................................................................................................... 1979 Ottis Anderson, fullback ............................................................................................................... 1978 Don Smith, defensive tackle ......................................................................................................... 1977 Eddie Edwards, defensive tackle ................................................................................................. 1976 Steadman Scavella, defensive end ............................................................................................. 1975 Rich Griffiths, linebacker .............................................................................................................. 1974 Tony Cristiani, middle guard ....................................................................................................... 1973 Chuck Foreman, running back/flanker ........................................................................................ 1972 Mike Riley, linebacker ................................................................................................................... 1971 Tom Turchetta, guard .................................................................................................................... 1970 Dick Sorensen, linebacker ............................................................................................................. 1969 Ted Hendricks, defensive end ...................................................................................................... 1968 Jimmy Cox, split end ..................................................................................................................... 1967 Tom Beier, defensive back ........................................................................................................... 1966 Ed Weisacosky, defensive end ................................................................................................... 1965 Robert J. Brown, tackle ................................................................................................................. 1964 George Mira, quarterback ........................................................................................................... 1963

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Retired Numbers 1997 INDUCTEES The first four inductees into the University of Miami Football Ring of Honor — quarterback George Mira (1961-63), halfback Jim Dooley (1949-51), defensive end Ted Hendricks (1966-68) and quarterback Vinny Testaverde (1982-86) — were recognized on November 1, 1997, during halftime of the Miami vs. Arkansas State game. In addition to their names adornin g the facade of the Orange Bowl, these four former Hurricanes had their jerseys retired at the ceremony. They are the only football jersey numbers retired by the University of Miami. #10 GEORGE MIRA, QB, 1961-63

PASSING

RUSHING

Year GP/GS Att-Com-Int Pct. Yards TD LG Att Yards Avg. TD LG 1961 ......................................... 9/8........... 151-74-6..................... 49.0...................... 906........................... 8........................ 44........................ 66...................... 173....................... 2.7........................... 3........................ 21 1962 .................................... 10/10...... 260-122-16..................... 46.9.................. 1,572........................ 10........................ 39........................ 73...................... 166....................... 2.3........................... 3........................ 36 1963 .................................... 10/10...... 334-172-14..................... 51.5.................. 2,155........................ 10........................ 47........................ 59...................... 163....................... 2.8........................... 2........................ 37 Totals 29/28 745-368-36 49.4 4,633 28 47 198 502 2.5 8 37 Career passing efficiency: 104.37 #42 JIM DOOLEY, HB, 1949-51

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DEFENSE

Year Att. Yards Avg. TD LG No. Yards Avg. LG TD Int 1949 ........................................... 13........................ 68....................... 5.2........................... 1............................ -........................... 3........................ 53..................... 17.7............................ -........................... 1.................... 2-68 1950 ........................................... 98...................... 530....................... 5.4........................... 2........................ 36........................ 10...................... 127..................... 12.7............................ -........................... 0....................... 5-5 1951 ........................................... 89...................... 431....................... 4.9........................... 2........................ 43........................... 5........................ 70..................... 14.2........................ 18........................... 1..................10-76 Totals 200 1,029 5.1 5 43 18 250 13.9 2 17-149 #89 TED HENDRICKS, DE, 1966-68

TACKLES

Year GP/GS TT UT AT FR Int 1966 ....................... 10/10 .............. 100................. 66 ................ 34................... 3 ................... 0-0 1967 ....................... 10/10 .............. 127................. 83 ................ 44................... 4 ................ 1-15 1968 ....................... 10/10 ................ 91................. 69 ................ 22................... 5 ................... 1-1 Totals 30/30 318 218 100 12 2-16 #14 VINNY TESTAVERDE, QB, 1982-86 Year GP/GS Att-Com-Int 1982 2/0 12-5-0 1983 Redshirt season 1984 6/0 34-17-1 1985 11/11 352-216-15 1986 10/10 276-175-9 Totals 29/21 674-413-25 Career passing efficiency: 152.80

PASSING Pct. 41.7

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TD 1

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50.0 61.4 63.4 61.3

184 3,238 2,557 6,058

0 21 26 48

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UM Athletic Hall OF Fame ―The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame is nestled on the Coral Gables campus and houses memorabilia and artifacts from over 80 years of Hurricanes athletic excellence ! The Hall of Fame was established in 1966, with the Tom Kearns Sports Hall of Fame Building opening in 1989 as a shrine to University of Miami sports legends of the past and present ! The UMSHOF is a non-profit, 501c3 organization whose sole purpose is to promote UM athletics, and recognize those student-athletes, coaches and administrators who have excelled in their sports and brought national and international acclaim to the university through their accomplishments and championships ! The UMSHOF holds an annual induction banquet and golf tournament to raise fubds for operation and upkeep of the Hall...tax-deductable donations help showcase these aceivements for Hurricanes fans to enjoy for generations to come ! Go to UMSportsHallofFame.com for information on how to donate to the Hall, and hours of operations.‖ INDUCTEES: Randy Ableman (diving coach) Hal Allen (football coach) Ottis Anderson (football) Jodi Appelbaum Steinbauer (tennis) Ray Arky (football) Jessie Armstead (football) J.D. Arteaga (baseball) Woody Austin (golf) Dr. Bowman F. Ashe (UM president) Rod Ashman (football, basketball) Wilbert Bach (sports information) Pete Banaszak (football) Mike Barnes (football) Micheal Barrow (football) Rick Barry (basketball) Wayne Beckner (basketball) Tom Beier (football) Bill Bennett (track) Lloyd Bennett (track and swimming coach) Albert Bentley (football) Sharon Berg (swimming) Stanley ―Skip‖ Bertman (baseball coach) Al Besselink (men‘s golf) Warren Bogle (baseball) Don Bosseler (football) Bennie Blades (football) Octavia Blue (women‘s basketball) Melvin Bratton (football) Melissa Briley-Mieras (diving) Eddie Brown (football) Eric Brown (basketball) Jerome Brown (football) Janet Buchanan-Kerr (swimming) Dr. Charles Burbacher (team doctor) Pat Burrell (baseball) Andrew Burrow (tennis) Jim Burt (football) Edward ―Red‖ Cameron (football, boxing) Whitey Campbell (football, basketball, baseball, and football and baseball coach) Al Carapella (football) Rubin Carter (football) Sy Chadroff (basketball, baseball) Nick Chickillo (football) Davian Clarke (track & field) Tony Cline (football) Julius Cohen (basketball) Dan Connors (football) Horace Copeland (track) Alex Cora (baseball) Jim Cox (football) Pat Cramer (tennis) Tony Cristiani (football) Nathaniel Crosby (golf) Maurice Crum (football) Fran Curci (football, football coach) Don Curnutt (basketball) Paul Dee (athletic director) Amy Deem (women‘s track coach) Bill Deering (track and field) Dr. Mickey Demos (boxing) Paul Desjardins (golf) Bill Diaz (swimming coach) Eddie Dibbs (tennis) Carl DiBernardo (boxing) Jim Dooley (football, track) Lin Dunn (women‘s basketball coach) Eddie Dunn (football, basketball, baseball, coach) Gary Dunn (football) Ian Duvenhage (women‘s tennis coach) Eddie Edwards (football) Judy Eller (golf) Craig Erickson (football) Dennis Erickson (football)

Lee Evans (reporter) Jorge Fabregas (baseball) Kevin Fagan (football) Jeff Feagles (football) Jaime Fillol (tennis) Mike Fiore (baseball) Chuck Foreman (football) Dawn Frady (swimming) Bubba Franks (football) Ron Fraser (baseball coach) Abe Friedman (basketball) George Gallett (sports information) Luis Garcia (tennis) Greg Garlich (diving) Charlie George (football) Harry Ghaul (football, baseball) Ron Godfrey (basketball coach) Tom Gompf (swimming coach) Orlando Gonzalez (baseball) Joe Grahe (baseball) Danny Graves (baseball) Dr. Joel Green (baseball) Lise Gregory (tennis) Matt Gribble (swimming) Randy Guerra (baseball) Andy Gustafson (football coach, athletic director) Jack Hackett (football) Bruce Hale (basketball coach) Leonard Hamilton (basketball) Penny Hammel (women‘s golf) John Hammil (tennis) Jack Harding (football coach, athletic director) Robin Harmony (women‘s basketball) Dennis Harrah (football) Doris Hart (tennis) Al Harum (tennis) Janet Hass (women‘s tennis) Bill Hawkins (football) Neal Heaton (baseball) Ted Hendricks (football) Jeannie Hebert-Truax (women‘s basketball) Dr. Bill Heuson (golf coach) Dick Hickox (basketball) Alonzo Highsmith (football) Bobby Hill (baseball) Randal Hill (football) Carlos Huerta (Football) Aubrey Huff (baseball) Isabella Hutchinson (women‘s athletics) Michael Irvin (football) Stan Jakubowski (baseball) Edgerrin James (football) Calvin James (baseball) Don James (football) Harvey James (football) Tim James (basketball) Sam Jankovich (athletic director) Jenny Keim Johansen (diving) Charles Johnson (baseball) Jack Johnson (football) Jimmy Johnson (football coach) K.C. Jones (football) Daphne Jongejans-Bousquet (diving) Art Kehoe (football, football coach) Jim Kelly (football) Cortez Kennedy (football) Tracy Kerdyk (golf) Walter Kichefski (football, coach) Bill Kimbrough (football) Tom Kearns (football, basketball, boxing) Chuck Klein (football) Bernie Kosar (football)

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Wayne Krenchicki (baseball) Ferne Labati (women‘s basketball) Phil Lane (baseball) Don Latimer (football) Lenny Layland (diving) Ann Laughlin (golf) Thom Lehman (baseball) Denny Leonard (football, boxing) Dale Lewis (tennis coach) Ray Lewis (football) Steve Lichtner (swimming) Ron Lippett (football) Jack Losch (football, baseball, track) Greg Louganis (diving) William ―Bunny‖ Lovett (boxing, coach) William C. Lufler (tennis coach) Melinda Lyverse (swimming) Jorge Maduro (baseball) Dr. Harry Mallios (football, athletic director) Gordon Malloy (football) Rodney Mandelstam (tennis, soccer) Fred Marion (football) Greg Mark (football) Don Mariutto (football) Leo Martin (football) Russell Maryland (football) Pete Mastellone (football) Bob Masterson (football, boxing) Mike McCoy (basketball) Yolanda McCray (track and field) Frank McDonald (football) Ryan McNeil (football) Jason Michaels (baseball) Bill Miller (football) Danny Miller (football) George Mira, Sr. (football) George Mira, Jr. (football) Dan Morgan (football) Hart Morris (football, basketball coach) Ed Morris (basketball) Jim Morris (baseball coach) Cathy Morse (golf) Jerry Moss (tennis) Santana Moss (football) Gardnar Mulloy (tennis, and coach) Jack Nelson (swimming, and coach) Connie Nickel (administration) John Noppenberg (football) Jim Otto (football) Burgess Owens (football) Mike Pagliarulo (baseball) Dean Panaro (men‘s swimming and diving) Vicki Plowden (women‘s basketball) Tom Pratt (football) Larry Pyle (baseball) Rick Raether (baseball) Joaquim Rasgado (tennis)

Billy Regan (boxing coach) Ronni Reis-Bernstein (tennis) Ros Riach (women‘s tennis) Maria Rivera (women‘s basketball) Patti Rizzo (golf) Al ―Flip‖ Rosen (football, baseball) Gaither Rosser (swimming) Tyce Routson (diving) Dr. Francis ―Whitey‖ Rouviere (football, baseball) Ed Rubinoff (tennis) Gillian Russell (track) Art Saey (Boxing, football) Alex Santos (baseball) Warren Sapp (football) Frances Savage (women‘s basketball) Sam Scarnecchia (football) Howard Schnellenberger (football coach) Sid Schwartz (men‘s tennis) Leon Searcy (football) Harold Sears (football) Pancho Segura (tennis) Kevin Sheary (baseball) Doug Shields (baseball) Archie Slaton (boxing) Danny Smith (baseball) Darrin Smith (football) Don Smith (football) Frank Smith (football) Sam Sorce (baseball) Roberta A. Speer (golf) Gene Stage (basketball) Daniel Stubbs (football) Mike Sullivan (football) Tom Sullivan (football) Bob Tatarek (football) Vinny Testaverde (football) Ron Thorne (track) John ―Red‖ Tobin (football, basketball) Gino Torretta (football) Armand ―Stitch‖ Vari (football and coach) Jesse Vassallo (swimming) Rachel Viollet (tennis) Steve Walsh (football) Marshall Wayne (diving) Reggie Wayne (football) Ed Weisacosky (football) Earl Welbaum (track and field) Dave Wike (coach, trainer) David Wilkie (swimming) Wendy Williams (women‘s diving) Larry Wilson (football, baseball) Mike Wittman (men‘s basketball) Nick Wolcuff (football, boxing, wrestling) William Wrona (baseball) Jodi Yambor (swimming) Ernie Yaroshuk (baseball)

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College and Pro Football Hall of Famers

JIM OTTO

DON BOSSELER

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1980) CENTER (1957-59) The Wausau, Wisc., native was awarded the NFL‘s most prestigious honor his first year of eligibility in 1980 and was the first Hurricanes player so honored...a two-year starter for the Hurricanes (1958-59), Otto went on to one of the most prolific careers in the history of pro football...made his jersey number 00 famous through 210 consecutive starts and 308 total games (both team records) for the AFL and NFL Oakland Raiders...earned All-Pro all 10 seasons of the AFL‘s existence (1960-69) and was chosen All-AFC…played in the NFL Pro Bowl the first three seasons after the leagues merged.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1990) RUNNING BACK (1953-56) Former Hurricane All-American (1956), Bosseler joined his old Miami coach, Andy Gustafson in the Hall...Bosseler led his team to an 8-1-1 record and No. 6 ranking in 1956, UM‘s highest ranking until the 1983 National Championship...he was not only an All-American, but he was the team captain, voted the outstanding player in Florida, the Senior Bowl MVP and picked for the College All-Star game...the Washington Redskins drafted him in the first round in 1957 and he gained 3,112 yards over an eight-year career...gained 1,642 yards rushing in his UM career...inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990.

TED HENDRICKS

BENNIE BLADES

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1990) AND COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1987) DEFENSIVE END (1966-68) The only Hurricane to have his number retired at UM and be inducted into both the Pro and College Football Halls of Fame...was the first UM player selected to the College Football Hall of Fame, entering the Hall in 1986...Miami‘s only three-time All-American (1966, 1967, 1968)...placed fifth in Heisman Trophy voting in 1968...the ―Mad Stork‖ came out of the University of Miami and immediately became a force in the NFL...switched from defensive end to linebacker and spent five years with the Baltimore Colts, one with the Green Bay Packers and nine with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders...Hendricks played on four Super Bowl championship teams: the 1970 Colts, 1976 and 1980 Oakland Raiders and 1983 Los Angeles Raiders...the second Hurricanes player to receive Pro Football‘s highest honor, Hendricks was inducted into the Hall in 1990.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (2006) SAFETY (1985-87) Named first-team All-America in both 1986 and 1987 by both Associated Press and United Press International, adding honors as a senior in 1987 from Kodak, The Sporting News, the Walter Camp Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America...received the Jim Thorpe Award as college football‘s best defensive back in 1987, when he led UM to the national championship and a 12-0 record...as a senior, made 124 tackles, intercepted five passes and was named a consensus AllAmerican...ended his UM career as the school‘s all-time leader with 19 interceptions and 305 interception return yards (both since broken)...also set school records for most consecutive games with an interception (five), total tackles by a safety (286), and unassisted tackles by a safety (155)...led the nation in interceptions in 1986 (0.91 per game)...was a first-round draft choice of the Detroit Lions (the third pick overall) in the 1988 NFL draft...

JIM KELLY

ARNOLD TUCKER

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (2002) QUARTERBACK (1979-82) East Brady, Pa., native was one of the key players in the rejuvenation of the University of Miami football program…engineered milestone victories over Penn State (1979, 1981) and Notre Dame (1981), along with UM‘s 1980 Peach Bowl win over Virginia Tech…played in the NFL from 1986 to 1996 with the Buffalo Bills after three seasons with the USFL‘s Houston Gamblers (1983-85)…selected by the Bills in the first round (14th player overall) of the 1983 NFL draft…joined the Bills in 1986…became the fourth-fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach 30,000 yards passing…passed for more than 3,000 yards in a season eight times…mastered the no-huddle offense that became a Bills‘ trademark…led Buffalo to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowl appearances…at the time of his retirement, his 84.4 passer rating ranked sixth all-time, his 35,467 career passing yards ranked 10th, his 2,874 completions ranked eighth, and his 237 touchdowns ranked 13th…led the NFL in passing in 1990, posting a 101.2 passer rating, only the fifth quarterback to maintain a rating over 100…led the AFC in passing in 1991…named to five Pro Bowls…All-Pro in 1991, All-Pro second team in 1990 and 1992...Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (2008) QUARTERBACK (1943, MIAMI 1944-46, ARMY) Played for the University of Miami in 1943...part of three national championship teams with Army (1944-46)...was undefeated at Army, leading his fellow cadets to an unparalleled 27-0-1 record during his career...Earned All-America honors in 1946...passed for 1,127 yards and 10 touchdowns in his three-year campaign...later served in numerous capacities for both the Army and Air Force, including Deputy Chief of Operations for the 5th AF in Japan from 1968-1970 and Commanding Officer of the 16th Special Operations Squadron in Thailand in 1970...from 1971-74,Tucker acted as Commanding Officer of the Army ROTC program at the University of Miami...he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel and presently lives in the Miami area.

MICHAEL IRVIN PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (2007) WIDE RECEIVER (1985-87) Three-time Super Bowl champion and leader of UM‘s 1987 national championship team…One of the elite receivers in Dallas Cowboys and NFL history…Cowboys‘ first-round pick in 1988, the 11th player overall…played 12 seasons…selected to five straight Pro Bowls (1991-95)…led the NFL with 1,523 yards on 93 receptions in 1991…Recorded 1,000-yard seasons in all but one year from 1991-98…Set an NFL record with 11 100-yard games in 1995…Totaled 750 receptions for 11,904 yards and 65 touchdowns…Had 47 100-yard games…Named to NFL‘s All-Decade Team of the 1990s…Teamed with quarterback Troy Aikman and running back Emmitt Smith to give the Cowboys‘ three of the top play-makers in pro football…Won back-to-back Super Bowls over the Buffalo Bills (XXVII and XXVIII) and over the Pittsburgh Steelers (XXX)…Had his finest season in 1995 with 111 receptions for 1,603 yards and 10 touchdowns…Fort Lauderdale native who attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School…Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.

GINO TORRETTA COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (2009) QUARTERBACK (1989-92) Selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame on April 30, 2009 ...Fifth Miami player to be selected into the Hall, joining former ‗Canes Bennie Blades (2006), Arnold Tucker (2008), Don Bosseler (1990) and Ted Hendricks (1987)...Member of the 1989 and 1991 national championship teams...Awarded unanimous First Team All-America honors and the Heisman Trophy in addition to the Davey O‘Brien, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, Maxwell and Walter Camp awards as a senior in 1992...Finished his Miami career with 11 school passing records, including career attempts (991), completions (555), yards (7,690), total offense (7,772), longest pass (99 yards to Horace Copeland vs. Arkansas, an NCAA record) and most passing yards in a game (485 vs. San Diego State)...A 2008 Ring of Honor inductee...Led Miami to a 26-2 record as a starter and was part of Miami‘s NCAA record 58-game home winning streak.

JACK HARDING COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1980) HEAD COACH (1937-42, 1945-47) Came to Miami as athletic director and head coach in 1937 and became UM‘s first football legend...compiled a record of 54-32-3 in nine seasons, surrounding a two-year stint in the Navy during World War II...moved the Hurricanes to major college status and gained a reputation as a nationally respected coach and administrator...served 26 years as athletic director at Miami until his death in 1963...inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1980.

ANDY GUSTAFSON COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1985) HEAD COACH (1948-63) Led UM to a 93-65 record in 16 seasons as head coach in what became known as ―The Glory Years‖ of Hurricane football...developed the ―Drive Series‖ belly option, considered the forerunner of the veer and wishbone offenses...his teams went to four bowl games and nine players earned first team All-America status...inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985.

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Lettermen A Aaron, Doyle 1988-90 Abbott, Bob 1967-68 Abdallah, Luqman 2006-07 Abdul Qawi, Rashid 1993-95 Abramson, Ross 2005-07 Acuff, John 1966-68 Adams, Mike 1975-76 Adkins, Spencer 2005-08 Adler, Alfred 1941-42,46-47 Aguiera, Ralph 1951-52 Albrecht, Richard 1952 Alder, Alfred 1941-42 Alekna, Dave 1985-86 Allen, Harold 1949-50 Alter, Foster 1931 Altheide, Gary 1971-73 Alvers, Steve 1977-78 Anderson, Jeff 1970 Anderson, Larry 2000-03 Anderson, Ottis 1975-78 Anderson, Rhyan 2005 Andreadis, John 1963 Andres, Omar 1993-94 Arcangeletti, Ray 1949-51 Archer, Mike 1973-75 Arenas, Alvario 1978 Arline, Darell 1999 Armour, Carlos 2004, 2006-08 Armstead, Jessie 1989-92 Armstrong, Ray-Ray, 2009-10 Arries, Verdun 1939-40 Ashman, Rod 1927-28 Atkins, Baraka 2003-06 Atrio, Andy 1995-96 August, Phil 1973-76 Austin, Jimmy 1982 Axsom, Mozell 1977-80 Azer, Mike 1988-89 Azrak, Fred 1976-78 B Babb, Larry 1959 Bahen, John 1961, 63 Bailey, Allen 2007-10 Bailey, Don 1979-82 Bailey, Robert 1987-90 Bain, Andrew 2004-07 Bain, Tolbert 1984-87 Bain, Travarous 2003-04 Baker, Charles 1934-35 Baker, E.J. 1976-78 Baker, Frank 1965-66 Baker, Kary 1973-75 Banaszak, Pete 1963-65 Baratta, Andy 1979-82 Barbarino, Clem 1978-81 Barber, Rudy 1990-93 Barlow, John 1970 Barnes, Marlin 1994-95 Barnes, Mike 1970-72 Barnett, John 1966-68 Barney, Chris 2006 Barnwell, Scott 1993 Barone, Steve 1973 Barrett, Pat 1969-70 Barrington, Glenn 1944 Barrow, Micheal 1989-92 Bartemus, Joe 1944 Barth, Robert 1963-65 Bartolovich, Joseph 1950-51 Barwick, Bill 1943 Bass, Robert 1992-93 Bates, Johnny 1930-32 Bates, Junior 1969-70 Bates, Larry 1974-75 Beard, Kevin 2000-03 Beary, James 1934 Beasley, Eric 1973 Beason, Jon 2004-06 Bebber, Gene 1964 Beck, Frank 1963-65 Beckman, Witt 1971-72, 74 Beier, Tom 1965-66

Belk, Rocky 1980-82 Bell, Coleman 1990-92 Bellamy, Ray 1968-69 Bellinger, Rodney 1980,82-83 Bender, Vic 1965 Benes, Edgar 1987-88 Benjamin, Travis 2008-10 Bennett, Donnell 1991-93 Bennett, John 1961-63 Bennett, Phil 1955-56 Bennett, Woody 1976-77 Benson, Rowland 1962-63 Bentley, Albert 1982-83 Benton, Magic 1995-97 Bergman, Robert 2002-04 Berlin, Brock 2003-04 Berry, Damien 2007-10 Berry, Kenny 1987-89 Bertani, Fred 1964 Bertucelli, Paul 1983-85 Best, Bobby 1968-70 Bethel, Damon 1990-92 Bethel, Randy 1987-90 Bettencourt, Joe 1975-76 Beusse, James 1933-35 Bibla, Martin 1998-2001 Bielinski, Henry 1930 Bierkamper, Gwynn 1933-34 Biletnikoff, Bob 1964-65 Binion, Cameron 1996-98 Bishop, Bruce 1970 Black, William 1937 Blades, Al 1998-2000 Blades, Bennie 1985-87 Blades, Brian 1984-87 Blaise, Kerlin 1994-97 Blanchard, Norman 1964-65 Blasko, Byron 1957 Bleier, Theodore 1927-29 Bloxsom, Charles 1976-78 Bodie, Larry 1965-67 Bogart, Eugene 1940 Boireau, Michael 1998-99 Bolash, John 1936-38 Bolton, Broderick 1978-79 Boney, Fleeman 1934-35 Bonner, Tavokius 1997 Bonofiglio, Mario 1954-55 Bookman, John 1953-56 Boone, Jamie 1979-82 Borek, Matthew 1938-40 Bosher, Matt 2007-10 Bosseler, Don 1953-56 Bouffard, Frank 1958-59 Bow, Johnny 1950-51 Bowman, Bob 1945,47 Boxx, Bernard 1950 Boyd, Tyra 1942 Boyle, Ralph 1976 Brandy, Don 1967-68 Brasington, Jack 1949 Brasington, Jack 1971-73 Bratton, Melvin 1984-87 Breckner, Dennis 1974-76 Breckner, Gary 1978, 80-82 Brennan, Don 1970 Brickman, Bill 1959 Brinkos, Bruce 1962-64 Brinkworth, Kevin 1993-94 Brion, Harold 1933-34 Britton, Matt 1988-91 Brodsky, Larry 1978-81 Broker, Nick 1940-41 Brooks, Nate 1995-98 Brophy, Jay 1979, 81-83 Broughton, Willie 1981-84 Brown, Andre 1985-88 Brown Arthur 2008 Brown, Charlie 1963 Brown, Danny 1979-83 Brown, Delvin 1997-2000 Brown, Eddie 1983-84 Brown, Fred 1963-64 Brown, Freeman 1994-97

Brown, Greg 1980-82 Brown, Hurlie 1988-91 Brown, James 1944 Brown, Jerome 1983-86 Brown, Kareem 2003-06 Brown, Larry 1975-77 Brown, Robert 1963-64 Brown, Selwyn 1985-87 Browning, Jim 1976-78 Bruce, Darren 1987-88 Bruno, James 1961 Bryant, James 2004-06 Buccilli, Eugene 1951-53 Buccilli, Edward 1953 Buchanan, Ramon 2008-10 Buchanon, Phillip 1999-2001 Buck, Walter 1933 Budroni, Jason 1991-93 Bujalski, Stan 1970-72 Buoyoucas, Ted 1949-50 Burgess, James 1993-96 Burke, Mike 1971-72 Burklin, Trey 2005 Burney, Jack 1948 Burt, Jim 1978-80 Butkus, Arnold 1967-69 Butler, Rashad 2002-05 Byrd, Bobby 1990-91 Byrd, Laron 2008-10 Byrd, Tyrone 2005-08 Byrne, Jake 2008-09 Bythwood, Dinavon 1992 C Caesar, Mark 1989-92 Cain, Kelvin 2010 Cain, Lamont 1994 Cain, Larry 1973-76 Calhoun, Kenny 1981-84 Calhoun, John, 2008-09 Callejas, Carlos 1996-97 Cameron, Dallas 1982-84 Cameron, Edward 1941, 45 Campbell, Calais 2005-07 Campbell, Chris 1998-2001 Campbell, Jared 2007-10 Campbell, Whitey 1946-49 Campoli, Sam 1974 Camut, Bert 1973-75 Canei, John 1979-82 Capello, Greg 1974 Capshaw, Freddie 1999-2002 Capraun, Bill 1972, 74 Carapella, Al 1948-50 Carbone, Marc 1995-96 Carbonneau, Harold 1927 Carden, N.J. 1943 Cardoso, Silvio 1971, 73 Carew, Hal 1966-67 Carey, Marcus 1990-93 Carey, Vernon 2000-03 Carifeo, George 1946-47 Carifeo, Paul 1940-41, 43 Carlin, Bob 1967-68 Carney, Ed 1972-73 Carroll, Robert 1947-49 Carroll, Thomas 2002-05 Carroll, Wesley 1989-90 Carter, Matt 2003-04 Carter, Rod 1985-88 Carter, Rubin 1972-74 Cassidy, Fred 1964-66 Castagno, John 1950-51 Catha, Lawrence 1927-29 Chaltas, James 1967-69 Chambers, Jermaine 1993-96 Chambers, Lee 2007-10 Chambless, Bill 1965-67 Chappas, James 1945 Chauvet, Jack 1968-70 Chesna, Lou 1937 Chickillo, Nick 1951-52 Chickillo, Tony 1979-82 Chudzinski, Rob 1988-90

Chuprevich, Joe 1942 Chwalik, Walter 1949-51 Cifra, Don 1962-64 Clancy, Don 1964 Clark, Bernard 1986-89 Clark, Howard 1999-2002 Clark, Tom 1959 Claud, Charlie 1975-77 Clausell, Dietrich 1991-93 Clement, Ryan 1994-97 Clements, Eduardo 2010 Cleveland, Asante 2010 Cline, Tony 1967-69 Coates, Russell 1940-42 Cobb, Donald 1947-49 Cobia, Kyle 2001-04 Cochrane, Kelly 1969-71 Cochran, Rick 1982 Cohen, Alvin 1938 Cohen, Seymour 1940 Coleman, Gene 1977-79 Coley, Tony 1993-96 Colip, Tom 1968 Collier, Thearon 2008-09 Collins, Hank 1967-68 Collins, Ryan 1992-95 Comendeiro, Juan 1980-84 Condon, Thomas 1937 Conley, Leonard 1987-90 Conners, Dan 1961-63 Constantino, Anthony 1951-52 Cook, Cecil 1933-35 Cook, Charles 1978-80 Cook, Glenn 2004-06, 2008 Cooper, Graig 2007-10 Cooper, Mark 1978, 80-82 Cooper, Willie 2004-07 Copeland, Horace 1990-92 Corbin, Ken 1965-67 Corcoran, John 1938-39 Corey, Walter 1957, 59 Corker, Clarence 1973-74 Cornelius, Tyrone 2010 Corrigan, Phil 1972-73 Corrigan, William 1945 Cortes, Julio 1983-84 Cosden, Craig 1975-77 Costa, Frank 1991-94 Costello, John 1958 Coughlin, Dan 1958 Coughlin, Tom 1964-65 Courtney, Cliff 1927-29 Covington, Scott 1995-98 Cox, Greg 1984-87 Cox, James 1965-67 Crawford, James 1957-59 Crissy, Mike 1993-95 Cristiani, Tony 1971-73 Cristobal, Luis 1988-90 Cristobal, Mario 1989-92 Cronin, Joseph 1931 Crosland, Andy 1996-99 Crowe, Luke 1930-31 Crowell, Shannon 1987-90 Crudup, Derrick 2001-04 Crum, Maurice 1987-90 Csaky, Andrew 1936-38 Csaky, John 1936 Cummins, Mike 1970 Cunio, Bob 1954-56 Curci, Fran 1957-59 Curry, Shane 1988-90 Curtright, Don 1964-65 Czaplinski, Richard 1948-50 Czipulis, Bob 1966-68 D Daanen, Jerry 1965-67 Daly, Daren 2006-07 Daly, Mike 1972-74 Dangel, Al 1959-60 Daniels, John 1977-80 Dangerfield, Ken 1999-2001 Daphnis, Gerard 1993-96

Dansky, Walter 1931-34 Davenport, Najeh 1998-2001 David, Sam 1948-50 Davies, Arthur 1947-49 Davis, Doug 1958-59 Davis, Ed 1984-86 Davis, Jeff 1979, 82-83 Davis, Marvin 1993-96 Davis, Romeo 2004-08 Davis, Tanard 2003-05 Dawkins, Dale 1987-89 Deakins, David 1982 Deas, Lonnie 1943 Deiderich, Harry 1957 Del Bello, Jack 1948-50 Delegal, Lucious 1983-84 DelGranoe, Edward 1945 Del Vecchio, Pat 1996, 98-99 Della Valle, Robert 1952-55 DeLonga, Leonard 1947 DeMarco, Mario 1945-48 Demopoulis, George 1973-75 Dennis, Chris 1974-77 Dennison, Glenn 1981-83 Dentel, Robert 1960-62 Dermigny, Samuel 1945-47 DeRoss, Bill 1967-68 deShaw, Ricou 1976 DeTroia, Tony 1956 Devereaux, William 1950 DeVore, Chuck 1955-56 Diamond, Bill 1959-61 Diamond, Charles 1956-58 Diamond, William 1950-51 Diaz, Gabriel 2006 DiBuono, Carl 1945 Dice, David 1965-67 Dicker, Jack 1935-36 Dielens, Gus 1944 DiGiammarino, Larry 1958, 60 Ditthardt, David 1981-84 Dittmar, Jim 1972 Dixon, Antonio 2005-08 Dixon, Joseph 1937-39 Dixon, William 1942, 47 Domke, Robert 1966 Donahoo, “Peanuts” 1933 Dooley, Jim 1949-51 Dorn, Andrew 1970 Dorsey, Ken 1999-2002 Dorshimer, Don 1953, 56 Douglas, John 1937-38, 40 Douglas, Robert 1941-42 Downes, Robert 1928-31 Doyle, Keith 1945-47 Duggan, Bob 1974-75 Dunlop, Art 1947 Duncan, Eugene 1938 Dunn, Bo 1970-72 Dunn, Eddie 1936-38 Dunn, Gary 1973-75 Dunn, Raymond 1941-42, 46 Dye, Jimmy 1966-67 Dye, Dyron, 2009-10 E Eastburn, Brian 1978 Eberst, Bruce 1989-92 Edwards, Eddie 1974-76 Eggert, Robert 1959-61 Eisnor, Bill 1943 Eldredge, Dave 1946 Ellis, Donald 1985-88 Ely, Bruce 1974 Epps, Dedrick 2006-09 Erickson, Craig 1987-90 Erwin, Lou 1969 Etheredge, Carlos 1989-92 Evans, John 1976-78 Evans, Leon 1979-81 Evans, Mark 1989 Everett, Kevin 2003-04

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F Fagan, Kevin 1983-85 Fahrney, Emerson 1933 Fantigrassi, Joe 2000-02 Farquharson, Kayne 2007-2008 Farr, DajLeon 2005-07 Feagles, Jeff 1985-87 Felicione, Frank 1964 Fenton, John 1976, 78-80 Fenwick, William 1930 Fenwick, Bill 1932 Ferguson, Bryan 1975-77 Ferguson, Danyell 1992, 94-96 Ferguson, John 1980 Ferguson, John 1948-49 Ferguson, Ralph 1943 Fernandez, Jack 1980, 83 Fernandez, Jorge 2006 Fernandez, Sam 1960-61 Ferrante, Lou 1942, 46 Fersch, Harry 1962-64 Fetrow, Mike 1974 Fieler, Ralph 1947-50 Figueroa, Joel 2007-10 Fisher, William 1951-52 Fitzgerald, Markese 1998-2001 Fitzpatrick, Tony 1982-83 Flaharty, Shon 1984 Flanagan, Tim 1978-80 Fleming, Bruce 1982-85 Flynn, Thomas 1947-49 Fogler, Floyd 1932 Folkins, Allan 1966-68 Foote, Norman 1932 Ford, Chase 2010 Foreman, Chuck 1970-72 Forston, Marcus 2008-10 Fortay, Bryan 1989 Fortney, Denny 1994-97 Foster, Harvey 1961-63 Fox, Jason 2006-09 Fox, Terrence 1938-40 Fowler, Otis 1989 Francis, Corwin 1991-94 Franklin, Alfred 1927-30 Franklin, Orlando 2007-2010 Franklin, Vegas 2004-07 Franks, Daniel 1997-99 Frantz, William 1945-47 Frazier, Frank 1978-81 Frederick, Anthoney 1980 Freeman, Kirby 2005-07 French, Norman 1951-54 Fritzsce, Ron 1959-60 Frohbose, Bill 1971-73 Fulcher, Mondriel 1996-99 Fullerton, Chuck 1967-68 Fullington, Darrell 1984-87 Futch, Jordan, 2008-09 G Gagliardi, George 1941-42 Gaiero, Augustus 1934 Gaines, James 2010 Gaines, Robert 1950 Gaitan, Jorge 1996-98 Gaiter, Tony 1994-96 Galente, Tony 1977-78 Ganong, Ray 1975-76 Garcia, Alex 2003-04 Garcia, Bobby 1987-89 Garcia, Carlos 1995-97 Garden, David 1964 Garrigus, Carl 1952, 54 Gary, Cleveland 1986-88 Gaunt, Steve 1970-72 Geathers, Jason 2000-03 Geatz, Phil 1956-58 Geiger, Joe 1971 Gent, Mark 2002-05 George, Charlie 1949-51 German, Jammi 1993-95 Gerrard, Stephen 1929 Gholston, Nathan 2010 Ghaul, Harry 1945-48 Gibson, Chris 1993-96 Gimenez, Julio 1999-2000 Girardi, Joe 2006 Glogowski, Nat 1934-36 Glover, Frank 1974-76

Goedeker, Mike 1978-80 Golden, Derrick 1988-91 Golding, Steve 1974-76 Golloher, Marty 1991 Golmont, Van 1968-70 Gonzalez, Barry 1977-79 Gonzalez, Joaquin 1998-2001 Gonzalez, Jose 1972-74 Gonzalez, Oscar 1967-69 Gooden, Tavares 2003-07 Gordon, Richard 2006-10 Gore, Frank 2001, 2003-04 Gorman, Raymond 1940-42 Gostowski, Henry 1935-36 Gracyk, Edward 1931-33 Grady, Frank 1952 Grady, Steve 1979 Graney, Thomas 1931-32 Grant, Chavez 2006-09 Grau, Erwin 1935 Graves, Archie 1935 Greaves, Gary 1956-58 Green, Cornelius 2000-02 Green, David 1964 Green, Jamaal 1999-2002 Green, Shayon 2010 Green, Yatil 1994-96 Greene, Tirrell 1991-94 Greenspan, Sidney 1952 Greer, Casey 1989-92 Greer, Wallace 1932 Griffin, Keith 1980-83 Griffin, McKinney 1977-78 Griffin, Kevin 1969 Griffiths, Rich 1972-74 Grimes, Robert 1938-39 Guimento, Charles 1937-39 Gunn, Harland 2008-10 Guthrie, Stuart 1970 H Hackett, Jack 1949-51 Hagen, Arthur 1945 Hagens, Maurice Haggerty, Mike 1965-66 Haines, Roger 1973-74 Haji-Rasouli, Sherko 1999-2001 Halas, George 1975-77 Hall, Coy 1972-73 Hall, Robert 1997-99 Hallmon, Jack 1992-96 Ham, Derrick 1995-98 Ham, Eric 1986 Hamlet, Anthony 1988-91 Hamilton, George 1938 Hamilton, Tom 1965-67 Hancock, Gene 1944-46 Handy, Darren 1988-90 Hankerson, Leonard 2007-10 Hanley, Augustus 1937 Hansen, Louis 1928-30 Harden, Bobby 1986-89 Hardy, Corries 1992-93 Harrah, Dennis 1972-74 Harrell, Robert 1944 Harris, Brandon 2008-10 Harris, Courtney 2006-07 Harris, Derrick 1992-95 Harris, Grant 1928 Harris, Jacory 2008-10 Harris, Jonathan 1991-94 Harris, Kelvin 1989-91 Harris, Kevin 1987-88 Harris, Orien 2002-05 Harris, Ray 1966-67 Harris, Reddic 1940 Harris, Ron 1981-84 Harris, Terris 1991-93 Harrison, Claude 1943 Harrison, Mike 1959-60 Hart, Robert III 1961-63 Hart, Zachary 1999 Hartsel, Paul 1966 Harvey, Chris 2000-03 Houck, Ed 1946-47 Hauser, Francis 1927-30 Haviland, Jim 1969-70 Hawkins, Bill 1985-88 Hayes, Bill 1957-58 Hays, Bob 1979

Hayward, Harry 1937-38 Heckman, Charles 1931-33 Heffernan, David 1983-84 Hefti, Paul 1954-56 Heinly, Ray 1966-68 Hembrough, Chris 1983 Henderson, James 1932-33 Henderson, Seantrel 2010 Hendricks, Dwayne 2005-08 Hendricks, Ted 1966-68 Heninger, Larry 1959 Henry, Charles 1984-87 Henson, Steve 1969 Herman, Jack 1959 Hester, Devin 2003-05 Hicks, Jason 1987,89 Highsmith, A.J. 2009-10 Highsmith, Alonzo 1983-86 Highsmith, Freddy 1986, 88 Hildebrandt, Doug 1957-58 Hildreth, Paul 1944 Hill, Glenn 1975-77 Hill, Patrick 2008-10 Hill, Quadtrine 2002-05 Hill, Randal 1987-90 Hill, Ryan 2006-08, 2010 Hipps, Quincy 1997-2000 Hirschman, Chuck 1978, 80 Hlasnick, Al 1942 Hobbs, Chris 1977, 79-81 Holder, Rod 1986-89 Holmes, Josh 2007-2010 Holmes, Kenny 1993-96 Holton, C.J. 2009-10 Hopgood, George 1967-69 Horn, Tyler 2008-10 Hornibrook, John 1971 Horschel, Paul 1972-74 Horton, Mallory 1934 Houston, Eric 2005-08 Howell, Dave 2004-05 Howington, Joe 1965 Hubbs, Fred 1964 Hudock, Mike 1954-56 Hudson, Al 1944-45, 47-48 Huerta, Carlos 1988-91 Huff, Jim 1968-69 Huffman, Rod 1974 Humphrey, Talib 2002-04 Hunt, Ken 1962 Hurns, Allen 2010 Hurtt, Clint 1997, 99-2000 Hutchings, Charles 1953-56 Hutchins, Ralph 1964-66 I Ina, J 1993-96 Ingram, Greg 1973 Injaychock, Ed 1944-47 Iredale, Phil 1972-75 Irvin, Michael 1985-87 Ivory, Chris 2008-10 J Jack, Sandy 1987-88 Jackson, Clif 1995-97 Jackson, Dennis 1974-76 Jackson, Dusty 1976 Jackson, Herb 1977-79 Jackson, James 1997-2000 Jahn, George 1942 James, Donald 1952-53 James, Edgerrin 1996-98 James, Harvey 1941, 43, 46 James, Herbert 1988-91 James, Javarris 2006-09 James, Mike 2009-10 Jastrab, Bob 1985 Jefferson, David 1978-81 Jelley, Thomas 1949-50 Jenkins, Darnell 2003-05, 2007 Jenkins, Willie 1974-76 Jennings, Kelly 2002-05 Johns, Eddie 1960 Johnson, Aldarius 2008-10 Johnson, Alex 1987-90 Johnson, Andre 2000-02 Johnson, Andrew 2004-06 Johnson, Bruce 2005-08 Johnson, Dan 1969-71

Johnson, Davon 2008-10 Johnson, Don 1953-56 Johnson, Dwayne 1992-94 Johnson, J 1994-96 Johnson, Jack 1955-56 Johnson, James 1941 Johnson, Jermaine 2010 Johnson, Ken 1976-78 Johnson, Michael 1987 Johnson, Storm Johnson, Taj 1994 Johnson, Tervaris 2006-09 Johnston, Hal 1946-47 Johnston, J.B. 1953 Joiner, Jim 1977-80 Jolla, Akieem 2002, 2004-05 Jones, Aaron 1993-94 Jones, Ben 2009-10 Jones, Carl 1937-39 Jones, Carlos 1993-96 Jones, Charlie 2004-06 Jones, Chris C. 1994-97 Jones, Chris T. 1991-94 Jones, Claude 1989-91 Jones, Daryl 1997-98, 2000-01 Jones, Derwin 1984-87 Jones, Don 1945 Jones, Ernie 1973-75 Jones, Greg 1982-84 Jones, Jerome 1981-82 Jones, Jimmie 1986-89 Jones, K.C. 1993-96 Jones, Khalil 2005-08 Jones, Larry 1991-94 Jones, Rashaun 2004-06 Jones, Trent 1994-97 Jones, William 1929-30 Joseph, Carlo 1995-97 Joseph, Carlos 2000-03 Joseph, Joe 2006-09 Joseph, William 1999-02 Jupin, Eugene 1941 Just, Jim 1973 Justus, Curtis 2004 K Kalal, Tim 1988-89 Kaldor, Joe 1941 Kalina, David 1968-69 Kalix, Martin 1934-35 Kalombo, Bukasa 1989 Kaplan, Phil 1943, 46 Kasulin, Al 1941-42, 47 Kavney, Hugh 1928-31 Kearns, Tom 1939-41, 43 Kehoe, Art 1979-80 Kelleher, Dennis 1986-89 Kelly, Jim 1979-82 Kelly, Kenny 1998-99 Kelly, Maurice 1970 Kelly, Tim 2001-03 Kendall, Jack 1941 Kendrick, Jay 1946-47 Kennedy, Cortez 1988-89 Kennedy, Donald 1946 Kichefski, Walter 1936, 38-39 Kidwell, Dale 1927 Kimbrough, Stanford 1931 Kimbrough, William 1927-28 King, Andre 1997-2000 Kinsey, John 1943 Kintigh, David 1983-86 Kirkeide, Kevin 1991-92 Klein, Morris 1942-43, 46 Knust, Art 1951-53 Kochifos, Andy 1956 Kohlbrand, Joe 1983-84 Kohut, Joe 1953-55 Kolz, Bob 1942 Konovalchick, Andy 1948 Kosar, Bernie 1983-84 Koslowski, Adolph 1931-32 Krasnai, William 1945-46 Kraszewski, Ed 1963-65 Krein, Darren 1990-93 Kresl, Jim 1967-69 Kreuger, Don 1976,78 Krotec, John 1953-55 Krull, Joe 1945-48 Krutulis, Joe 1939-41, 43

Kryzak, Ed 1973-75 Kuder, Frank 1933 Kunz, Brad 2002-04 Kurucza, John 1938-40 L L’Italien, William 1931-33 LaBelle, Greg 1979-82 Laffere, Greg 1999-2000 Lancaster, Larr y 1971 Lang, Kenard 1994-96 Langley, Michael 2003 Lanham, Bill 1973-74 LaPointe, Larry 1965-67 Lardani, Ray 1960 Larkin, Eric 1981-82 LaRussa, James 1952 Latimer, Mike 1973-75 Latimer, Clarence 1974 Latimer, Don 1974-77 Lawrence, Wayne 1969-70 Lawson, Michael 1995-98 Leary, Mike 1970-72 Leavitt, James 1943 LeCompte, Max 1944 Lee, George 1931 Lee, Hartford, Jr. 1940 Leggett, Lance 2004-07 Lehn, Frank 1940-41 Leonard, Dennis 1933-35 Levitt, William 1943-45 Lewis, D.G., Jr. 1933 Lewis, Damione 1997-2000 Lewis, James 1998-2001 Lewis, Jeremy 2008-10 Lewis, LeeRoy 1964-65 Lewis, Ray 1993-1995 Ley, Chris 1985 Liddell, Rick 1972-74 Liebel, Robert 1965-66 Lillimagi, Leo 1961, 63 Linder, Brandon 2010 Lindstrom, Evan 1927-29 Linning, Charles 1958-60 Linus, James 1952-53 Lipchick, Pete 1945 Lipkvich, Gary 1971 Lippett, Ronnie 1980-82 Little, Earl 1993-96 Livingston, Charles 1959-60 Llinas, Jim 1980 London, Diego 1989, 91-92 Looram, Kevin 1973-75 Lopez, Kenny 1990-93 Losch, Jack 1954-55 Losego, Richard 1961-62 Lowe, Jack 1953 Lubas, Ted 1951-53 Ludwig, Steve 1974-75 Lumelski, Zev 1991-94 Lutes, Ed 1950-51 Luttrell, Larry 1994 Lyden, Joe 1949-50 Lyons, Herman 1927-28

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M Mabry, Jerrell 2006-07 MacDowell, Buz 1969-70 MacIntyre, George 1958 Mack, Rod 1996-99 Mack, Tremain 1994-96 Maddox, Maurice 1984, 86 Mahon, Gary 1985-88 Majewski, Bill 1968-69 Makarevich, Frank 1975-76 Maler, Jim 1976 Malley, Jeff 2003-04 Mallios, Harry 1950-52 Malloy, Gordon 1952-54 Mann, Jonathan 2003 Marcantonio, Steve 1972-74 Marion, Fred 1978-81 Mariscal, Dan 1985-86 Mariutto, Don 1950-52 Mark, Greg 1986-89 Markowski, Stan 1959-60 Marler, Sylvan 1945 Marley, Rohan 1992-94 Marshall, Alfonso 2000-03 Marshall, Sheven 1998-99 Martens, Raymond 1930 Martin, Don 1974-75 Martin, Leo 1949-51 Martin, Sylvester 1953-55 Martinez, Willie 1983-84 Marucci, Jason 1990-92 Marve, Robert 2008 Maryland, Russell 1986-90 Marzella, Sam 1942 Mason, George 1975-77 Mastellone, Pete 1948-50 Masters, Brett 1981 Masterson, Robert 1935-37 Mastro, Salvadore 1934-36 Matherson, Paul 1932 Matthes, Dieter 1969-70 Matlock, John 1963-65 Matthews, Gralyn 1975-76 Matthews, Wiley 1969-70 Maulty, Stanley 1961-62 Maxey, Marcus 2002-05 Mayhew, Jon 1959-60 Mazejka, Ernest 1945-47 McCarthy, Colin 2006-07, 2009-10 McCloskey, Jack 1950-51 McClover, Darrell 2000-03 McCray, Teraz 2004-07 McCreary, William 1944 McCrimmon, Steve 1937-39 McCullough, Jason 1995 McCutcheon, Kevin 1985-86 McDonald, Dave 1949 McDonald, Frank 1951-54 McDougal, Robt. 1941-42, 46 McDougle, Jerome 2001-02 McDowell, Bubba 1985-88 McFadden, Doug 1985-86 McGahee, Willis 2001-02 McGee, Brandon, 2009-10 McGee, Doug 1965-67 McGrath, Joe 2001-03 McGriff, John 1927 McGriff, John 1975-77 McGuire, Stephen 1989-92 McGuirt, Jimmy 1966-67 McIntosh, Roger 2002-05 McKinnie, Bryant 2000-01 McMeans, Tyler 2004-05 McMillan, Dyral 1995-96 McMillan, Kenny 1977-78 McMillian, Jerry 1965 McMurray, Darin 1983-85 McNeal, Shawnbrey 2007-08 McNeil, Ryan 1989-92 McPartland, Will 1998-2000 McVeigh, John 1984-85 Medearis, Rusty 1990-92, 94 Melear, John 1951-52 Mell, John 1944-46 Melwid, John 1955 Mercer, Ivan 1999-2000 Mercier, Richard 1995-96, 98-99 Mercurio, Marion 1928-30 Meriweather, Brandon 2003-06 Michaels, George 1990-91

Mick, Gary 1969, 71 Middleton, John 1931-32 Miller, Bill 1965-67 Miller, Bill 1959-61 Miller, Dan 1978-81 Miller, Eric 1988-91 Miller, Lamar 2010 Miller, Phil 1976 Millican, Pat 1977-78 Mills, Austin 1927-28 Mills, Reuben 1959-60 Minie, Steve 1984 Mira, George, Sr. 1961-63 Mira, George, Jr. 1984-87 Mira, Joe 1965-67 Miranda, Jesus 1976-77 Mirilovich, Jon 1957-59 Mirto, Joe 1965-67 Mitchell, Eldridge 1972-73, 75-76 Mitchell, Theron 1958 Mollinea, Al 1981 Moncur, Eric 2005-07 Monroe, Brian 2003-06 Monroe, Earl 1975-77 Monroe, Karl 1976-78 Montanti, Dennis 1964 Mooney, George 1941-42 Moore, Joe 1989-91 Moore, Lenny 1982-83 Moore, Mike 1982-84 Moore, Ryan 2003-06 Morgan, Dan 1997-2000 Morgan, Tim 1973-76 Morris, Stephen 2010 Morris, Victor 1983-86 Morse, Derrick 2004-07 Moser, Aaron 1998-2000 Mosketti, Robert 1952 Moskos, Jim 1957 Moss, Santana 1997-2000 Moss, Sinorice 2002-05 Moss, Tyrone 2003-06 Moss, Winston 1983-86 Mosso, Carl 1946-48 Moyer, Ed 1945-48 Mugler, Glenn 1952 Mundrick, Scott 1970 Murphy, Bill 1971 Murray, Krishna 1995 Musante, Andrew 1942 Myers, Chris 2001-04 Myers, Leonard 1997-2000 N Nanton, Javon 2003-05 Napoli, Chris 2003-04 Nardulli, Frank 1953 Neal, Speedy 1980-83 Nealon, Robert 1942 Neely, Damond 1995, 97-98 Nelms, Cory 2009-10 Nelson, Bob 1978-81 Nettles, Nick 2000 Newbill, Richard 1988-89 Newcomb, Vester 1956-57 Newman, Bob 1946 Nicolas, JoJo 2007-10 Nicolas, Scott 1978-81 Nixon, Herman 1976 Nock, James 1964-65 Nodoline, Frank 1957 Nolan, Robert 1952-55 Noppenberg, John 1937-39 Novak, Andy 1946-49 Novak, Jack 1958-59 O O’Boyle, Leo 1951 O’Brien, Jim 1927-28 O’Connell, Ken 1971 O’Connor, Paul 1984-86 O’Day, John, Sr. 1930-32 O’Day, John, Jr. 1959-60 O’Gara, Bob 1975-77 Ojomo, Adewale 2008, 2010 O’Leary, Jack 1948 O’Mahony, James 1960-62 O’Neal, Maston 1940 O’Neill, John 1985-88 Oespovich, John 1937, 39 Okell, George 1929-30, 32

Oliver, Darryl 1983-86 Oliver, Ed 1953, 55-56 Oliver, Kenny 1985 Olivo, David 1966-68 Olsen, Greg 2004-06 Omiecenski, Tom 1966-67 Opalsky, Vincent 1967-69 Oram, Hal 1928 Ortega, Buck 2002-05 Ott, John 1932-33, 35 Otto, Jim 1957-59 Owens, Burgess 1970-72 P Pagley, Vincent 1951-52 Palewicz, Al 1969, 71-72 Palmer, Jeff 1974-76 Panfil, Barry 1987-88 Panker, Joe 1934-36 Panno, Phil 1952 Panther, Mark 1962 Parish, Earnest 1985-88 Parker, Charles 1968-69 Parr, Steve 1971 Parrish, Roscoe 2002-04 Parsons, Van 1961-62 Paskewich, Frank 1937-39 Pasley, Stanley 2003-04 Pata, Bryan 2003-06 Patchan, Matt 1985-87 Patrick, Kevin 1990-93 Patterson, Tom 1991-93 Patton, Martin 1990-91 Payne, Jack 1951-52 Payton, Jarrett 1999, 2001-03 Pearson, Malcolm 1991-94 Peattie, Jon 2003-06 Peasley, John 1980 Pegues, Chad 1995-97 Peguese, Willis 1986-89 Penny, J.C. 1984-86 Pepsin, Thomas 1952-54 Perez, Gregory 1968-69 Perkins, Bill 1971 Perrelli, Matt 2006, 2008-09 Perriman, Brett 1984-87 Perrin, Tom 1944 Perry, Ricky 1992-94, 96 Peterniche, John 1931-32 Petetti, Carl 1991 Petroski, Joseph 1941 Petrowski, Pete 1933-35 Pharms, Charles 1988-91 Phillips, Kenny 2005-07 Phillips, Randy 2005-07, 2009 Phillips, Stanley 1931-32, 34 Phillips, Willie 1993-94 Pickett, Booker 1993-96 Pickett, Malcolm 1934 Pierce, Jerry 1966-68 Pigza, Mike 1985-88 Pinckney, Vincent 1944-45 Pinkston, Jim 1973-75 Piper, Wally 1952 Pipho, Matt 2006-09 Pisani, Dominic 1973-74 Pittard, George 1937-39 Plasman, Howard 1941 Plevel, Joe 1956-58 Pokorney, Jim 1978-80 Pollock, Richar 1942 Ponder, Lovon 2005-08 Poole, Bill 1957-58 Poore, James 1937-39 Popovich, Jeff 1996-99 Porter, Curtis 2009-10 Portis, Clinton 1999-01 Pou, Alex 2003-06 Pratt, Thomas 1953-56 Presnell, James 1952 Prewitt, Dane 1992-95 Procida, Sam 1944 Proctor, Basil 1986 Proctor, Ron 1971 Provin, Scott 1986-87 Puckett, Scott 1998-2001 Puglisi, Frank 1931 Pytel, Lew 1968-69

Queer, Barry 1964 R Radford, Henry 1973 Rajsich, Rob 1977-78 Rakoczy, Gregg 1983-86 Ramsbotham, Ernest 1930 Raski, Stan 1937-39 Ratesic, Patrick 1963-64 Reddick, Anthony 2004-06, 2008 Reed, Edward 1998-2001 Reeh, Daryl 1971 Reeves, Gene 1955 Regis, Micanor 2008-10 Reichgott, George 1931-33 Reinhart, Frank 1959-61 Remmy, Fred 1958-59 Reyes, Manny 1975-77 Reynaud, Alan 1972-74 Reynolds, Jerry 1960-62 Rhodes, Jevon 1998-00 Richard, Chuck 1969-71 Richardson, C.J. 1991-94 Richt, Mark 1978, 1980-82 Ridgley, Eugene 1994-97 Riesman, Albert 1932 Riley, Mike 1969-70, 72 Riley, Patrick 1991-94 Ritchie, Wilmore 1972-74 Rizzo, Ben 1960-62 Roan, Lorenzo 1979-81 Roberts, Alfredo 1984-87 Roberts, Fred 1981 Roberts, Kevin 1975-77 Robertson, Cushman 1930 Robey, Steve 1970-71 Robinson, Fred 1981-83 Robinson, Kylan 2007-10 Robinson, Luther 2010 Robinson, Marcus 2008-10 Robinson, Oscar 1974 Robinson, Ray 1940-41 Robinson, Richard 1965-67 Rochford, John 2004-07 Rodberg, Allan 1952-55 Rodgers, Kacy 2010 Rodrigue, Mike 1978-81 Rodriguez, Joel 2001-04 Rodriguez, Nelson 1996-97 Rolle, Antrel 2001-04 Rolle, Omar 1995, 97 Romberg, Brett 1999-2002 Rosbaugh, Bob 1958-59 Rose, Warren 1934-36 Rosen, Al 1943 Rosinski, Steve 1987-88 Ross, Fred 1972-73 Rostron, Fred 1930 Roughen, Rick 1979 Rouviere, Whitey 1952-55 Ruel, Golden 1971-72 Rumph, Mike 1998-01 Rush, Mark 1979-82 Russell, Twan 1993-96 Russo, Art 1948 Russo, Don 1965-67 Rutledge, Chris 2005-08 Ruzomberka, Edward 1941-42, 46 Ryder, Nick 1960-62

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S Saey, Art 1946-48 Saladino, Tony 1962-64 Salemi, Nelson 1965-66 Salinger, Jeff 1978-79 Salisbury, Don 1937-39 Sampson, Robert 1997-99 Sanders, Billy 2010 Sandie, Bill 1956 Sandifer, Kirk 1988 Sands, Ethenic 1999-02 Sapp, Carl 1938-40 Sapp, Earl 1941-42 Sapp, Warren 1992-94 Savini, Bud 1962-63 Savoca, Vic 1959-61 Scarborough, Buddy 1970-71 Scarnecchia, Sam 1955-56 Scavella, Steadman 1973-75 Schaefer, Bill 1986-87 Schaap, Steve 1968-70 Schemer, Mike 1939 Schirmer, Bill 1964-66 Schmidt, Joe 1968-70 Schmitt, Paul 1969 Schneiderbach, Robert 1950-52 Schneider, James 1967-69 Schnellenberger, Stu 1982-83 Schnupp, Eric 1997-99 Schottenheimer, Kurt 1969-70 Schuler, Harold 1946-47 Schultz, Joseph 1952 Schultz, Leon 1942-43 Scott, Dennis 1994-97 Scott, James 1999-02 Scott, LaVaar 1999-01 Searcy, Leon 1988-91 Sears, Harold 1971-72 Sebald, Brandon 2002-04 Sedley, Tom 1976-78 Seelig, Mark 1984-86 Seely, James 1968-69 Seibel, William 1956 Seigler, Dexter 1990-93 Seiple, Todd 1991 Selmer, Brian 1973-76 Settembre, Ernest 1945-48 Settle, Cecil 1944 Shakespeare, Stanley 1983-84 Shannon, Randy 1985-88 Shannon, Xavier 2008 Sharpe, Bill 1975 Sharpe, Glenn 2002-03, 2006-07 Sharpton, Darryl 2005-09 Shields, John 1954, 56 Shields, Sam 2006-09 Shinn, Charles 1934-36 Shipman, Al 1993-94 Shirey, Brad 1990-92 Shiver, Rex 1950-52 Shockey, Jeremy 2000-01 Short, Baraka 1991-94 Shrader, Clive 1947-49 Siegel, John 1955 Sievers, Todd 1998, 2000-02 Sikes, Maurice 2000-03 Sikora, James 2001-03 Sileo, Dan 1986 Siler, Frank 1929-31 Simmons, Malcolm 1977, 79 Simon, James 1961-62 Sims, Jack 1962-64 Sinclair, Ian 1983-84 Sisk, John 1962-63 Sisk, Ken 1982-83 Sissman, Mike 1932-34 Sixkiller, Andy 1964-65 Skoog, Karl 1968 Smatana, John 1981-83 Smerdel, Joe 1961-63 Smith, Al 1944-45 Smith, Andrew 2008-10 Smith, Brian 1985-86 Smith, Cannon 2008 Smith, Dan 1998-99 Smith, Darrin 1989-92 Smith, Don 1975-78 Smith, Elmer 1948 Smith, Frank 1948, 50-51

Smith, Kris 2004 Smith, Mark 1978-80 Smith, Michael 1996-99 Smith, Nate 2001 Smith, Nelson 1995 Smith, Norman 1930 Smith, Pee Wee 1988-89 Smith, Phil 1965-67 Smith, Ray 1943 Smith, Roland 1987-90 Smith, Russell 1963-65 Smith, Steve 1965-67 Smith, Tom 1971-72 Smith, William 1952-53 Smith, Willie 1984-85 Snowden, Charles 1946 Snowden, Crumpton 1938-40 Snowden, Olin 1932 Snyder, Paul 1990-92 Sobeck, John 1944 Solie, Lloyd 1927-30 Sopko, Mike 1971 Sorensen, Dick 1967-69 Sparks, Hoyt 1962-63 Spence, Sean 2008-10 Spencer, Darryl 1988, 90-92 Spinelli, Nick 1962-63 Spinelli, Vincent 1945 Square, John 2001-03 St-Pierre, Jonathan 2005 Staffier, Steve 1984, 86 Stafford, Robert 1950 Standifer, Jim 1976 Stange, Kurt 2004 Stanish, Todd 1984-85 Stanley, Ed 1977 Stanley, Joe 1959 Stanley, Richard 1976 Stanley, Robert 1965 Stanton, Robert 1927 Starks, Duane 1996-97 Stawarz, Tony 1967-68, 70 Steiner, William 1938-40 Stephens, James 1964 Stephens, Owen 1985 Stewart, Bob 1955-57 Stewart, David 1979-81 Stewart, Demetri 2006 Stewart, James 1993-94 Stewart, Michael 2000 Stewert, Terry 1957 Stinson, Brian 1998-00 Stockdale, Grant 1938-39 Stokes, Bob 1966 Stokes, John 1954 Stolk, Wilfred 1950-51 Stone, Dean 1968-70 Stranahan, Kyle 1990-91 Stransky, Fred 1968-69 Strawbridge, Rick 1968-69 Streeter, Ron 1974 Streeter, Tommy 2009-10 Streicher, Gary 1972-73 Streiter, Bob 1961-62 Strimple, David 2006-07 Stubbs, Daniel 1984, 86-87 Sullivan, Jim 1974 Sullivan, Mike 1987-90 Sullivan, Tom 1969-71 Sunderland, John 1949-50 Sutter, Robert 1946-47 Sutton, James 1997-99 Sutton, Otis 1927-29 Sutton, Otis B. 1932 Sutton, Reggie 1983-84 Swain, John 1977-80 Swan, Rick 1964 Sweeney, Matt 1996-99 Sweeting, Walt 1971-73 Sydnor, Dave 1973-75 Symonette, Alan 1992-95 Symonette, Ian 2006-2009 T Tassotti, Dan 1952-53 Tatarek, Bob 1965-67 Taylor, Bob 1968 Taylor, Bob S. 1970 Taylor, Jeffrey 1994-97

Taylor, Rod 1967-68 Taylor, Sean 2001-03 Teal, David 1967, 69-70 Tedder, Phil 1951 Telemaque, Vaughn 2009-10 Tella, Tony 2002-05 Tellison, A.C. 1991-94 Testaverde, Vinny 1982, 84-86 Tezanos, Ralph 1974, 76 Thomas, Derron 2005-08 Thomas, Joe 1944 Thomas, Lamar 1989-92 Thomas, Santonio 2000-01, 03-04 Thomas, William 1927 Thompkins, Kendall 2009-10 Thompson, Dave 1973-75 Thompson, Gary 1968 Thompson, Lawrence 1980-82 Thompson, Sean 1989-91 Thompson, Tommy 1932-34 Thompson, Woody 1972-74 Threat, Greg 2002-05 Timmons, George 2005 Timmons, Racey 1960-62 Timmons, Taylor 1976-77, 79 Tobey, Ernest 1953-54 Tobin, John 1939-41 Tocco, Tony 1965-66 Tokarski, Gary 1975-76 Torretta, Geoff 1985-86 Torretta, Gino 1989-92 Totterdale, Bill 1940 Tracy, Phil 1967-68 Trathen, Dick 1944 Tremont, Elmer 1950-51 Triay, Jim 1966-67 Trobliger, Bernard 1940-41 Trocolor, Bob 1968-70 Trosch, Gene 1964-66 Trout, Bill 1967-69 Trower, Dick 1969-71 Trump, A.J. 2006-09 Tucek, John 1964-66 Tucker, Arnold 1943 Tucker, Syii 1992-95 Turchetta, Tom 1970-71 Turner, John 1974-77 Turner, Mike 1967-69 Tuten, Rick 1983-84 Tuttle, Leonard 1927 U Upperco, Pete 1978-79 Upton, Mike 1964 Urbaniwicz, Hank 1966-67 Uribe, Alex 2009 V Vaccarelli, Anthony 1935-37 Vaccaro, Jim 1945 Vacchio, Mike 1949-50 Valdez, Wilber 1998-99 Valerio, Rick 1975-78 Vanderwende, Kyle 1982-84 Van Dyke, DeMarcus 2007-10 Vari, Armand 1950-52 Varone, John 1955-57 Vasiloff, Bill 1956-57 Vasu, George 1954 Verkuilen, Dave 1960 Vernon, Oliver 2009-10 Vickers, Kipp 1989-92 Vilma, Jonathan 2000-03 Volcy, Jean 2004-05 Vollenweider, James 1959-61 Vujanov, Garry 1970-71 W Wahnee, Jim 1965-66 Waiters, Tracy 1986-88 Walden, Terrell 2005-06 Walker, Carl 2000-03 Walker, Keith 1983-84 Walker, Pat 1977-80 Walker, Ronnie 1975-76 Wallace, Don 1956-58 Wallick, Gregg 1974-76 Walsh, Chris 1994 Walsh, Steve 1987-88

Walters, Matt 1999-02 Ward, Alvin 1981-84 Ward, Nick 1995, 97-99 Washington, Brandon 2009-10 Watson, Gordon 1949-50 Watson, John 1970 Watt, Walter 1941-44 Watts, John 1959 Watts, William 1960-61 Wayne, Reggie 1997-2000 Weaver, Bobby 1961 Weaver, Jarrell 2000-03 Weaver, Jermell 2000-01 Webster, Nate 1998-99 Wehner, Mike 1994-97 Weisacosky, Ed 1963-65 Welch, Bill 1982 Werl, Robert 1962-63, 65 Wesley, Steven 2007-09 West, Isaiah 1980-82 Wheeler, Jared 2010 Whipple, Spencer 2010 White, Corey 2010 White, Ken 1970-72 White, Mike 1975-77 White, Paul 1990-93 White, Phillip 1927 White, Shelton 1945 Wieclaw, Jake 2010 Wiggins, Doug 2007 Wignall, Fred 1927-28 Wike, Dave 1939 Wimbs, Cyrim 2007 Wilber, John 1964 Wilfork, Vince 2001-03 Wilkinson, Charlie 1928-29 Wilkins, Ed 1999-02 Williams, Andrew 2001-02 Williams, D.J. 2000-03 Williams, Darryl 1989-91 Williams, David 2001-02 Williams, Eddie 1982-83 Williams, Johnny 1972-74 Williams, Kevin 1990-92 Williams, Leon 2002-05 Williams, Lester 1978-81 Williams, Nick 1995-98 Williams, Reed 1928-29 Williams, Robert 1998-01 Williams, Warren 1984-87 Williams, Willie 2005 Wilson, Adrian 1997-98 Wilson, Bob 1961-62 Wilson, Chad 1992-94 Wilson, Jay 1970 Wilson, Jim 1999-02 Wilson, Larry 1959-61 Wilson, Larry 1975-76 Wilson, Larry 1970-71 Wilson, Lee 1946 Wilson, Reggie 1933-34 Wilson, Rex 1964-65 Wimberly, Marcus 1993-96 Wimbs, Cyrim 2004-06 Winslow, Kellen 2001-03 Winston, Eric 2002-05 Wise, Ty 1996-99 Wohleb, Bruce 1973-74 Wolcuff, Nicholas 1934-36 Wollschlager, Anthony 2003-06 Wood, Hayes 1927 Woodus, Robert 1992-94 Woolum, Kerry 1968 Word, Jim 1971 Wright, Alton 2003-04 Wright, Kyle 2004-07 Wright, Leon 1943 Wunder, Bill 1940-41 Wysock, Joe 1973-74

Zampogna, Francesco 2004-07 Zappala, Greg 1980-82 Zelch, David 1961-62 Zellner, Chris 2005-08

Y Yaffa, Bernard 1964-65 Yanda, Charles 1960-61 Yarbrough, Bonnie 1956, 58 Youngblood, Reggie 2005-08 Yovicsin, Tony 1946-47 Z Zachary, Art 1964-65

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