Inside The U - 2016

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    Career Totals​
    Record: 62-20​
    Winning Seasons: 6​
    Longest Win Streak: 10​
    Record vs Top 25: 12-17​
    Record vs Rivals: 11-7​
    Bowl Record: 5-1​
    Conference Titles: 1​

    Coaching Philosophy​
    Offense: Miami​
    Defense: 4-2-5​

    Season Goals:​
    Win ACC Title​
    Finish Season in Top 10​
    Play in a Major Bowl​

    Coming off a 12-2 Season and ACC Championship appearance the 2016 Canes are looking to take the next step forward. They have a ton of turnover on defense but the offense has some guys in place from last year who are looking to cement their place in Hurricane History.
     
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    Recruiting Trail

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    Class Rank as of Week 8: #1
    ESPNU 150: 11
    :5stars: = 6
    :4stars: = 5
    :3stars: = 2

    :5stars: #2 WR Robert Brown of Union Springs, Alabama. The first recruit of the 2016 Canes class. At 6'1 200 pounds this is a solid receiver who has great speed. He has adequate hands which will improve with time but physically he is very solid and should be ready to play.​

    :5stars: #2 MLB George Robinson of Merritt Island, Florida. Great speed for his size, a prototypical middle linebacker for the U who is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Ray Lewis and Dan Morgan. He is great at shedding blocks and pursuing the ball carrier. Coverage skills will need to improve though.​

    :5stars: #2 DT Jeff Garcia of Homestead Florida. This is a run stuffing defensive tackle with great strength already coming in as a freshmen. He is not going to run around the blocker he is going to run thru him. A great addition to the defensive line that has become the rock of the Canes Defense.​

    :5stars: QB #3 Brannon Jackson of Safety Harbor, Florida. The first 5 star QB prospect to come down to Miami in awhile. A prototypical drop back passer who is going to hit his man everytime, some excitement is brewing down in Coral Gables and the coaching staff cant wait for him to arrive. He should be the QB of the future.​

    :5stars: #4 DE Matt Britt of Pinson-Clay, Alabama. This 6'3 272 pound defensive end gets a good rush off the edge and has the tools to get around his man and get to the ball carrier. A great young piece for the Canes front seven.​

    :5stars: HB #6 Anthony Fisher of Miami Springs, Florida.This back is more likely to run through you but has the ability to run around you as well. Good vision and speed, he will be thrown into the fire as the Canes aren't that strong at running back and will need to contribute if he wants to stay on the field.​

    :4stars: SS #5 Aaron Williams of Douglasville,Georgia. This safety is a jack of all trades and can do a little bit of everything, excellent in man and zone coverage and can also lay the lumber. His speed and agility will need to improve though if he is to be a true monster in the 4-2-5 defense that the Canes run.​

    :4stars: MLB #6 Andrew Dailey of North Naples, Florida. This guy is always involved in the play and has great pursuit skills and once he gets to the ball he loves to lay the hit. A solid player added to the Canes linebacking squad.​

    :4stars: #10 DE Justin Davis of Greenacres City, Florida. At 221 pounds this DE is a bit undersized but he is excellent off the edge and has the speed to get to the QB, if he gets hands on you your not getting away and he loves to lay the big hit, a high motor guy.​

    :4stars: #11 HB David Moore of Pensacola, Florida. Another HB for the Canes, this guy is fast but powerful, if he can work on some of his fumbling problems and increase his blocking there is no reason why he shouldn't be the featured back one day.​

    :4stars: #15 DT Mike Garner of Alpharetta, Georgia. At 6'4 324 this is a grown man out there. In high school he has gotten by on sheer size, but at the next level the Canes will coach him up and they are salivating at getting him on the field.​

    :3stars: #13 CB Jared Williams of Haines City, Florida. Not the biggest corner but he is quick and can cover his man just as well in zone as he can man, not afraid to get physical with his man at the line either. A true cover corner who if adds some weight can be pretty dangerous.​

    :3stars: #17 CB Clay Davis of Barrington, Rhode Island. A rare recruit for Miami out of Rhode Island this corner has excellent coverage skills and is decent at pressing his man and pursuing the ball. His size leaves a little to be desired but his position skills are just what the Canes need.​
     
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    Week 1

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    Turnovers and playing from behind brought down the Canes today against #7 Ranked Penn State. The Canes fell behind in the first half after a fumble and 2 interceptions and went into halftime with the score 21-7. Right before the half JR QB Andrew Hawkins who lead the Canes all last season was sent to the bench in favor of RS JR Ryan Walker who many Canes fans have been waiting to take the job. Walker performed well putting the pressure on PSU and breathing some life into the team going 8-12 for 123 Yards and getting 42 yards on the ground in 6 Carries, but there was not enough time and the defense was having trouble stopping the PSU running attack. PSU sealed the game late in the 4th with a running touchdown to bring the score to 35-21.

    Next week the Canes head to Arizona a team that they are not too familiar with, and it looks as if QB Ryan Walker will get the start. It will be a primetime game (all of the Canes 1st 5 games are) so the energy will need to be there.
     
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    Miami played sloppy today against Arizona but thanks to the leg of Kicker Aaron Bell they got the win. Coach Bucsfan was enraged after the game despite the victory. We put the ball on the ground three times, completely unacceptable. This is a team that we should run over. We continue this kind of play and we are going to be at home come january.


    The Canes now head to Virginia, a team that has historically given them trouble and try to right the ship in time to face FSU the next week.

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    Week 3

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    The Canes ran all over the Cavalier defense scoring 48 points, they looked much better than the previous week where they almost lost a close one to Arizona. Quarterback Ryan Walker was POTG though goign 16-25 for 222 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air as well as another 68 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground.
     
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    Week 4

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    This one started out like a good game and was 14 all at the end of the first but then the depth of FSU showed through and Miami's inablilty to stop the pass killed them and they just couldnt get anything going. No real bright spots from this game for Miami but it is a loss that hopefully will motivate them for the rest of the season and if they win out they may get another shot at the Noles in the ACCCG.
     
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    Week 5

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    Miami was looking to bounce back with a solid win after their loss to FSU last week and they did that. They started slow but came alive in the second half and pulled away from the Eagles who always play them tough and forced 4 turnovers on the day. All-American Kicker Aaron Bell proved to be the difference maker though as he kicked an astounding 8 Fieldgoals and 3 extra points nearly outscoring the Eagles all by himself.
     
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    Week 6

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    Miami dominated the Blue Devils throughout this one taking out some frustration. Ryan Walker threw 3 touchdowns and ran for one more and HB Aaron stone only touched the ball 4 times but still racked up 105 yards. The defense played much improved and this was cupcake game for The Canes.
     
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    Week 7

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    The Canes were out for blood against the Terps this year, putting up 72 points! 230 yards on the ground and 357 through the air. Ryan Walker was the player of the game going 15-23 with 268 yards and 4 touchdowns as well as 31 yards and a Td on the ground. (Supersimmed the last quarter hence the reason for so high of a score)
     
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    Week 8

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    Miami and GT played a close one. Here is what coach bucsfan had to say after the game. " Well I think they caught us off guard a little bit, we were expecting the typical triple option attack from them and they didnt run one single triple option play all game. Luckily we made a push and they made a push but our push was just a bit bigger and we came away with the win without playing too well. We will need to rectify that this week in practice."
     
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    Week 9

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    After falling behind early to UNC, Miami turned on the burners in the 2nd quarter and ripped out their hearts and wouldnt look back the rest of the way. A victory next week against Virginia Tech should assure them a spot in the ACCCG.

     

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