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INFOGRAPHIC - Miami wins its 5th-straight vs. Georgia Tech to improve to 5-0 in 2013. [GIF]

INFOGRAPHIC - Miami wins its 5th-straight vs. Georgia Tech to improve to 5-0 in 2013. [GIF]

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ESPNU previews tomorrow’s game vs. Georgia Tech

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Remember last year’s showdown in Atlanta? You really don’t want to miss that again, do you? 

Remember last year’s showdown in Atlanta? You really don’t want to miss that again, do you

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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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Throwback Thursday - Ed Reed Making PLAYS #BeatGT

Throwback Thursday - Ed Reed Making PLAYS #BeatGT

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Throwback Thursday: Reggie Wayne Leaves ‘Em in the Dust #BeatGT

Throwback Thursday: Reggie Wayne Leaves ‘Em in the Dust #BeatGT

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Throwback Thursday: SANTANA! (2000 Gator Bowl) #BeatGT

Throwback Thursday: SANTANA! (2000 Gator Bowl) #BeatGT

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Check out this weekend’s Behind Enemy Lines: Atlanta [feat. Katie Koziol] 

Check out this weekend’s Behind Enemy Lines: Atlanta [feat. Katie Koziol] 

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Tommy Streeter talks to the media about his contributions during the Georgia Tech week and his improvements this year.

For the full recap, videos, stats and more go to http://hurricanesports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/recaps/102211aaa.html

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First Half Notes: Canes 21, Georgia Tech 7

 

Miami vs. Georgia Tech

Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

October 22, 2011

Halftime Notes

WEATHER

The weather at kickoff was 78 degrees under partly cloudy skies with winds out of the southeast at nine miles per hour. Relative humidity was 55 percent.

 

MIAMI’S STARTERS

Miami’s offensive starters today were:

WR Allen Hurns, LT Brandon Washington, LG Harland Gunn, C Tyler Horn, RG Brandon Linder, RT Jonathan Feliciano, WR Phillip Dorsett , WR Travis Benjamin, QB Jacory Harris, FB Maurice Hagens, HB Lamar Miller.

Starting for Miami on defense was:

DE Anthony Chickillo, DT Adewale Ojomo, DT Darius Smith, DE Marcus Robinson, SLB Jordan Futch, MLB Jimmy Gaines, WLB Sean Spence, CB Mike Williams, SS JoJo Nicolas, FS Vaughn Telemaque, CB Brandon McGee.

UM STARTS THE GAME WITH NICOLAS INT

On the Georgia Tech’s first offensive play of the game, JoJo Nicolas intercepted his second pass of the season. His other INT was against Ohio State on Sept. 17.

JAMES SCORES FIRST FOR UM

Junior running back Mike James scored UM’s first TD of the game, a two-yard scamper in the first quarter. This is the second time this season that James has had a TD in back-to-back games and the third time in his career.

MIAMI’S SECOND TD

After Mike James forced Georgia Tech to fumble a punt in the second quarter, JoJo Nicolas recovered the ball in the end zone to score the first defensive touchdown of his career.

STREETER MAKES BIG PLAYS

Junior WR Tommy Streeter has made his mark with nine big plays this season, including his 48-yard and 32-yard second-quarter receptions against Georgia Tech. This is his third game of the season with two or more big plays.

Streeter’s longest big play of the year was a 56-yard TD against Bethune-Cookman. See the chart below of Streeter’s big plays (25+ yards) of 2011.

Harris to Streeter, Bethune-Cookman, 56 yards

Harris to Streeter, Georgia Tech, 48 yards

Harris to Streeter, Georgia Tech, 32 yards

Harris to Streeter, Ohio State, 29 yards

Harris to Streeter, North Carolina, 28 yards

Harris to Streeter, Bethune-Cookman, 27 yards

Harris to Streeter, North Carolina, 27 yards

Harris to Streeter, Virginia Tech, 26 yards

Harris to Streeter, North Carolina, 25 yards

MILLER TIME CONTINUES

RB Lamar Miller scored his sixth touchdown of the season with a 14-yard rush in the second quarter. He has 58 first-half rushing yards, well on his way to his eighth-career 100-yard rushing game.

WELCOME BACK

After sitting out the first six games of the 2011 season due to suspension, junior defensive end Olivier Vernon returned to the lineup to face Georgia Tech on Saturday. 

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