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Miami Hurricanes vs. South Florida Bulls - By the Numbers
4 – Times the Hurricanes have faced the Bulls in the past. Miami holds a 3-1 series lead.

6 – Points scored by Miami in its last game against USF, which saw the Bulls score only three of their own. Between them, the two teams managed a combined zero touchdowns and three field goals.

11 – Of Miami’s 16 longest plays that have come from freshman running back Duke Johnson. This includes Miami’s six longest kickoff returns: 95 (touchdown), 95 (touchdown), 81, 77, 59 and 46 yards.

14 – Successful field goals kicked (out of 19 attempts) by Miami senior kicker Jake Wieclaw. Wieclaw started the season 7-of-7, but missed five of his next six attempts before beginning his current streak of six straight successful attempts.

17 – Seniors on the Hurricanes who will be playing in their final home game: Dalton Botts, Ramon Buchanan, Cameron Dean, Chris Dunckel, Mike James, Davon Johnson, Ben Jones, Paul Kelly, Jeremy Lewis, Eduardo Lopez, Brandon McGee, Shawn O’Dare, Darius Smith, Andrew Swasey, Vaughn Telemaque, Kendal Thompkins and Jake Wieclaw.
43 – Rushing yards UConn was able to collect against USF, which is the fewest the Bulls have allowed this season. USF won the game 13-6 and did not give up a touchdown for the first time since they faced the Canes in 2011.
191 – Receiving yards accumulated by USF sophomore wide receiver Andre Davis in the Bulls’ 32-31 comeback win against Nevada, setting the program’s single-game record for receiving yards as well as receptions (12). 
303 – Points scored by USF senior kicker Maikon Bonani, making him the highest-scoring kicker in program history.
368 – All-purpose yards accumulated by Miami’s Duke Johnson against Virginia, which is fourth-most in ACC history, setting a school record in the category.

2,075 – Passing yards posted by USF senior quarterback B.J. Daniels this season. In the Bulls’ last game at UConn, Daniels suffered a broken leg.
-list compiled by: Darci Miller (@DarciSays)

Miami Hurricanes vs. South Florida Bulls - By the Numbers


– Times the Hurricanes have faced the Bulls in the past. Miami holds a 3-1 series lead.

6 – Points scored by Miami in its last game against USF, which saw the Bulls score only three of their own. Between them, the two teams managed a combined zero touchdowns and three field goals.

11 – Of Miami’s 16 longest plays that have come from freshman running back Duke Johnson. This includes Miami’s six longest kickoff returns: 95 (touchdown), 95 (touchdown), 81, 77, 59 and 46 yards.

14 – Successful field goals kicked (out of 19 attempts) by Miami senior kicker Jake Wieclaw. Wieclaw started the season 7-of-7, but missed five of his next six attempts before beginning his current streak of six straight successful attempts.

17 – Seniors on the Hurricanes who will be playing in their final home game: Dalton Botts, Ramon Buchanan, Cameron Dean, Chris Dunckel, Mike James, Davon Johnson, Ben Jones, Paul Kelly, Jeremy Lewis, Eduardo Lopez, Brandon McGee, Shawn O’Dare, Darius Smith, Andrew Swasey, Vaughn Telemaque, Kendal Thompkins and Jake Wieclaw.

43 – Rushing yards UConn was able to collect against USF, which is the fewest the Bulls have allowed this season. USF won the game 13-6 and did not give up a touchdown for the first time since they faced the Canes in 2011.

191 – Receiving yards accumulated by USF sophomore wide receiver Andre Davis in the Bulls’ 32-31 comeback win against Nevada, setting the program’s single-game record for receiving yards as well as receptions (12). 

303 – Points scored by USF senior kicker Maikon Bonani, making him the highest-scoring kicker in program history.

368 – All-purpose yards accumulated by Miami’s Duke Johnson against Virginia, which is fourth-most in ACC history, setting a school record in the category.

2,075 – Passing yards posted by USF senior quarterback B.J. Daniels this season. In the Bulls’ last game at UConn, Daniels suffered a broken leg.

-list compiled by: Darci Miller (@DarciSays)

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Miami Hurricanes vs. Florida State Seminoles - By The Numbers
4 – Consecutive Homecoming games won by Miami. The Hurricanes’ last Homecoming loss was 19-16 in overtime against NC State in 2007.

8 – Touchdowns scored by Seminole tailback James Wilder this season, tied for second most in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

23.0% – Third down conversion rate of FSU opponents, which is the lowest mark in the NCAA.

30:18 – Miami’s total time of possession last week, in minutes, against North Carolina. This snapped a seven-game streak in which Miami trailed in time of possession.

31 – Times Miami has played a ranked FSU team in series history; the Canes have won 17 of those matchups.

46 – Average points per game scored by the Seminoles, ranking them sixth nationally.

56– Times the Hurricanes and Seminoles have met in the past. Though Miami holds a 31-25 series lead, but Florida State has won the last two meetings.

296.86 – Passing yards per game recorded by Miami, which ranks them 24th in the nation.

600 – Total offensive yards by Florida State in four games this season. This is only the second time in Seminole history that the team has eclipsed 600 yards four times in a season.

830 – Rushing yards totaled by Miami’s “Thunder and Lightning” duo of Mike James and Duke Johnson. The Hurricanes as a team have accumulated 985 rushing yards.
list compiled by: Darci Miller

Miami Hurricanes vs. Florida State Seminoles - By The Numbers


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– Consecutive Homecoming games won by Miami. The Hurricanes’ last Homecoming loss was 19-16 in overtime against NC State in 2007.

8 – Touchdowns scored by Seminole tailback James Wilder this season, tied for second most in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

23.0% – Third down conversion rate of FSU opponents, which is the lowest mark in the NCAA.

30:18 – Miami’s total time of possession last week, in minutes, against North Carolina. This snapped a seven-game streak in which Miami trailed in time of possession.

31 – Times Miami has played a ranked FSU team in series history; the Canes have won 17 of those matchups.

46 – Average points per game scored by the Seminoles, ranking them sixth nationally.

56– Times the Hurricanes and Seminoles have met in the past. Though Miami holds a 31-25 series lead, but Florida State has won the last two meetings.

296.86 – Passing yards per game recorded by Miami, which ranks them 24th in the nation.

600 – Total offensive yards by Florida State in four games this season. This is only the second time in Seminole history that the team has eclipsed 600 yards four times in a season.

830 – Rushing yards totaled by Miami’s “Thunder and Lightning” duo of Mike James and Duke Johnson. The Hurricanes as a team have accumulated 985 rushing yards.

list compiled by: Darci Miller

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Miami Hurricanes vs. NC State Wolfpack - By The Numbers
0 – Interceptions thrown by Wolfpack quarterback Mike Glennon in his past three games, all won by NC State.
2 – Games (out of three) that the Hurricanes have lost to NC State since joining the ACC in 2004.
4 – Touchdowns scored by Canes senior running back Mike James last week against Georgia Tech. Freshman running back Duke Johnson scored four touchdowns the week before against Bethune-Cookman.
8 – Number of Miami’s scoring drives (out of 20) that have occurred in less than two minutes.
11 – Sacks recorded by the Wolfpack this season, which ranks fourth in the conference.
14 – Times Miami has faced off against NC State; the Hurricanes have a 7-5-1 series edge over the Wolfpack.
32:36 – Average minutes NC State spends on offense per game, good for the best time of possession mark in the ACC.
164.7 – Passing yards per game allowed by the Wolfpack defense in its last three games. NC State has given up only one passing touchdown since its season opener.
209.5 – All-purpose yards per game tallied by UM running back Duke Johnson, ranking him first in the nation in the category.
436 – Yards for Hurricane quarterback Stephen Morris last week against Georgia Tech, making him the first UM quarterback to throw for 400+ yards since 2002.
list compiled by: Darci Miller

Miami Hurricanes vs. NC State Wolfpack - By The Numbers

0 – Interceptions thrown by Wolfpack quarterback Mike Glennon in his past three games, all won by NC State.

2 – Games (out of three) that the Hurricanes have lost to NC State since joining the ACC in 2004.

4 – Touchdowns scored by Canes senior running back Mike James last week against Georgia Tech. Freshman running back Duke Johnson scored four touchdowns the week before against Bethune-Cookman.

8 – Number of Miami’s scoring drives (out of 20) that have occurred in less than two minutes.

11 – Sacks recorded by the Wolfpack this season, which ranks fourth in the conference.

14 – Times Miami has faced off against NC State; the Hurricanes have a 7-5-1 series edge over the Wolfpack.

32:36 – Average minutes NC State spends on offense per game, good for the best time of possession mark in the ACC.

164.7 – Passing yards per game allowed by the Wolfpack defense in its last three games. NC State has given up only one passing touchdown since its season opener.

209.5 – All-purpose yards per game tallied by UM running back Duke Johnson, ranking him first in the nation in the category.

436 – Yards for Hurricane quarterback Stephen Morris last week against Georgia Tech, making him the first UM quarterback to throw for 400+ yards since 2002.

list compiled by: Darci Miller

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Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - By The Numbers  

-2 – Yards averaged per punt return by Georgia Tech’s opponents through three games this season.



2 – Sacks registered by Miami freshman defensive end Tyriq McCord against Bethune-Cookman.  The impressive performance gave him the team-lead in the category, and put him in a fourth-place tie in the ACC.




4 – Plays by the Georgia Tech offense that have gone for 70 or more yards this season. They are the only Football Bowl Subdivision school with four such plays, three of which have gone for touchdowns.


5 – Turnovers forced by Miami this season, two more than had occurred through the team’s first three games of 2011.



14 – Hurricanes that have at least one reception in 2012.



17 – Times the Yellow Jackets and the Hurricanes have met; Georgia Tech holds a 10-7 series edge.



50 – Points scored by Georgia Tech in back-to-back games for the first time since 1936 - last week they defeated Virginia by a score of 56-20.



84.3 – Rushing yards per game for Georgia Tech’s Tevin Washington, good for second-most in the ACC.



92 – Points scored by Miami in the last three games against Georgia Tech; the Hurricanes have won all three, and held Georgia Tech to a combined 34 points.



638 – All-purpose yards for Miami freshman running back Duke Johnson. His current pace (212.66 yards/game) has him set for 2,552 yards in 12 games, which would shatter the current UM record of 2,102 yards set by Willis McGahee in 2002.

 list compiled by: Darci Miller

Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - By The Numbers 
 

-2 – Yards averaged per punt return by Georgia Tech’s opponents through three games this season.

2 – Sacks registered by Miami freshman defensive end Tyriq McCord against Bethune-Cookman.  The impressive performance gave him the team-lead in the category, and put him in a fourth-place tie in the ACC.

– Plays by the Georgia Tech offense that have gone for 70 or more yards this season. They are the only Football Bowl Subdivision school with four such plays, three of which have gone for touchdowns.

5 – Turnovers forced by Miami this season, two more than had occurred through the team’s first three games of 2011.

14 – Hurricanes that have at least one reception in 2012.

17 – Times the Yellow Jackets and the Hurricanes have met; Georgia Tech holds a 10-7 series edge.

50 – Points scored by Georgia Tech in back-to-back games for the first time since 1936 - last week they defeated Virginia by a score of 56-20.

84.3 – Rushing yards per game for Georgia Tech’s Tevin Washington, good for second-most in the ACC.

92 – Points scored by Miami in the last three games against Georgia Tech; the Hurricanes have won all three, and held Georgia Tech to a combined 34 points.

638 – All-purpose yards for Miami freshman running back Duke Johnson. His current pace (212.66 yards/game) has him set for 2,552 yards in 12 games, which would shatter the current UM record of 2,102 yards set by Willis McGahee in 2002.

 list compiled by: Darci Miller

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