2010 Miami Hurricanes football team

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2010 Miami Hurricanes football
Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
Sun Bowl vs. Notre Dame, L 33-17
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference (Coastal)
2010 record 7–6 (5–3 ACC)
Head coach Randy Shannon
Jeff Stoutland (bowl game only)
(As Head Coach 4th year, Overall 9th year)
Offensive coordinator Mark Whipple (2nd year)
Offensive scheme Pro-style
Defensive coordinator John Lovett (2nd year)
Base defense 4-3, Cover 2
Home stadium Sun Life Stadium
(Capacity: 74,916)
Seasons
« 2009 2011 »
2010 ACC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Atlantic
#17 Florida State x   7 2         10 4  
#23 Maryland   5 3         9 4  
#25 NC State   5 3         9 4  
Boston College   4 4         7 6  
Clemson   4 4         6 7  
Wake Forest   1 7         3 9  
Coastal
#16 Virginia Tech x   8 0         11 3  
Miami   5 3         7 6  
North Carolina   4 4         8 5  
Georgia Tech   4 4         6 7  
Virginia   1 7         4 8  
Duke   1 7         3 9  
Championship: Virginia Tech 44, Florida State 33
† – BCS representative as champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
As of January 11, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010 Miami Hurricanes football team represented the University of Miami during the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Hurricanes were coached by Randy Shannon during the regular season, then coached by Jeff Stoutland (interim) during their bowl game and played their home games at Sun Life Stadium. They are members of the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They finished the season 7–6, 5–3 in ACC play and were invited to the Sun Bowl where they were defeated by Notre Dame 33-17.

Pre-season[edit]

Following Miami's loss to Wisconsin in the Champs Sports Bowl, defensive lineman Allen Bailey, wide receiver Leonard Hankerson, and offensive lineman Orlando Franklin announced they would be returning for their senior seasons despite being considered possible candidates to enter the 2010 NFL Draft.[1]

In January it was reported that defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt would be leaving to go to the University of Louisville to become their new defensive line coach. On January 27, Miami hired Rick Petri to replace Hurtt as the defensive line coach.[2] Petri had previously coached at the University of Kentucky and had once coached the defensive line before at Miami between 1993 and 1995. Wide receivers coach Aubrey Hill was named the new recruiting coordinator.[3] In February, running backs coach Tommie Robinson left to take the same position for the Arizona Cardinals. He was replaced by Mike Cassano, who was previously running backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida International University, and had also coached at the University of Massachusetts Amherst under current Miami offensive coordinator Mark Whipple.[4] Head coach Randy Shannon later announced that defensive assistant Michael Barrow would be returning to his position of full-time linebackers coach after defensive coordinator John Lovett had filled the position during the 2009 season.[5][6] Barrow had been the linebackers coach in 2007 and 2008.

Miami began spring practice on February 23.[7] Quarterback Jacory Harris only participated in non-throwing drills while recovering from a shoulder injury.[8] Miami concluded spring practice with its spring game on March 27.[9]

In March 2010, the Miami track team signed Latwan Anderson, who was also a four-star defensive back recruit in football. Anderson will walk on to the football team in the fall. Anderson's track scholarship will convert to a football scholarship once he plays in his first football game.

On May 12, Randy Shannon signed a new four year contract with Miami.[10]

On July 9, The New York Times reported that offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson, one of the top high school recruits in the nation, would attend the University of Miami in August 2010, academically cleared to play the 2010 season. Henderson previously signed a national letter of intent to join the USC Trojans. Henderson signed with the Trojans after assurances from coach Lane Kiffin that the Trojans football program would not be hit with major penalties following infractions made in previous seasons. After the NCAA penalized the Trojans in June 2010, Henderson was released from his letter of intent, allowing him to freely sign with another football program.[11]

Senior defensive end Stephen Wesley was dismissed from the team at the end of July, reportedly for academic reasons.[12] On August 2, junior wide receiver Thearon Collier was also dismissed due to team violations.[13]

Miami began fall practice on August 5.[14]

2010 Recruiting Class[edit]


Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School/Prep School/Junior College
Latwan Anderson Safety 5-10 185 Cleveland, OH Glenville HS
Jermaine Barton Offensive Lineman 6-6 270 Ft. Lauderdale, FL St. Thomas Aquinas
Jeffrey Brown Defensive Tackle 6-3 275 Evanston, IL Evanston HS
Malcolm Bunche Offensive Lineman 6-6 325 Newark, DE Newark HS/Milford Academy
Kelvin Cain Linebacker 6-4 210 Clovis, CA Buchanan HS
Eduardo Clements Running Back 5-10 185 Miami, FL Booker T Washington HS
Asante-Jabari Cleveland Tight End 6-5 230 Sacramento, CA Christian Brothers HS
Tyrone Cornelius Linebacker 6-2 195 Stone Mountain, GA Stephenson HS
Devont'a Davis Defensive Back 6-2 180 Gainesville, FL Gainesville HS
Jeremy Davis Corner Back 5-11 162 Ft. Myers, FL Ft. Myers HS
Johnathan Feliciano Offensive Tackle 6-4 283 Davie, FL Western HS
Chase Ford Tight End 6-6 245 Kilgore, TX Kilgore J.C.
James Gaines Linebacker 6-3 205 Buffalo, NY Canisius HS
Tavadis Glenn Offensive Tackle 6-5 265 Jacksonville, FL Terry Parker HS
Maurice Hagens Fullback 6-1 235 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Tech HS
Darion Hall Running back 6-1 200 Naples,FL Lely HS
Seantrel Henderson Offensive Tackle 6-8 340 Saint Paul, MN Cretin-Derham Hall
Allen Hurns Wide Receiver 6-2 175 Miami, FL Carol City HS
Storm Johnson Runningback 6-1 217 Loganville, GA Loganville HS
Brandon Linder Offensive Lineman 6-6 290 Ft. Lauderdale, FL St. Thomas Aquinas
Shane McDermott Center 6-3 266 Wellington, FL Palm Beach Central HS
Stephen Morris Quarterback 6-2 186 Miami Shores, FL Monsignor Pace HS
Kevin Nelson Linebacker 6-1 220 Gainesville, FL Gainesville HS
Keion Payne Corner Back 6-0 165 Ft. Lauderdale, FL St. Thomas Aquinas
David Perry Defensive End 6-6 230 Ft. Lauderdale, FL University School HS
Kacy Rodgers Corner Back 6-2 185 Southlake, TX Carroll HS
Andrew Tallman Tight End 6-5 237 Dorchester, MA Boston College HS
Delmar Taylor Defensive Tackle 6-4 265 Miami Beach, FL Miami Beach HS
Clive Walford Tight End 6-6 225 Belle Glade, FL Glades Central HS
Travis Williams Linebacker 6-2 189 Norfolk, VA Monsignor Pace HS

Roster[edit]

2010 Miami Hurricanes football team roster
Players Coaches
Offense
Pos. # Name Class
OL 73 Barton, JermaineJermaine Barton Fr
WR 3 Benjamin, TravisTravis Benjamin Jr
RB 20 Berry, DamienDamien Berry Sr
WR Bruneau, BenBen Bruneau So
OL 79 Bunche, MalcolmMalcolm Bunche Fr
WR 47 Byrd, LaRonLaRon Byrd Jr
FB 43 Calhoun, JohnJohn Calhoun Jr
RB 32 Chambers, LeeLee Chambers Jr
RB 23 Clements, EduardoEduardo Clements Fr
TE 82 Cleveland, AsanteAsante Cleveland Fr
RB 2 Cooper, GraigGraig Cooper Sr
OL 70 Feliciano, JonathanJonathan Feliciano Fr
OL 61 Figueroa, JoelJoel Figueroa Sr
TE 9 Ford, ChaseChase Ford Jr
OL 74 Franklin, OrlandoOrlando Franklin Sr
TE 84 Gordon, RichardRichard Gordon Sr
OL 66 Gunn, HarlandHarland Gunn Jr
RB 33 Hagens, MauriceMaurice Hagens Fr
RB 19 Hall, DarionDarion Hall Fr
WR 85 Hankerson, LeonardLeonard Hankerson Sr
QB 12 Harris, JacoryJacory Harris Jr
OL 77 Henderson, SeantrelSeantrel Henderson Fr
QB 11 Highsmith, A.J.A.J. Highsmith So
FB 30 Hill, PatrickPatrick Hill Sr
OL 63 Horn, TylerTyler Horn Jr
WR 80 Hurns, AllenAllen Hurns Fr
RB 5 James, MikeMike James So
WR 4 Johnson, AldariusAldarius Johnson Jr
WR 81 Johnson, DavonDavon Johnson So
OL 78 Johnson, JermaineJermaine Johnson Redshirt.svg Fr
RB 24 Johnson, StormStorm Johnson Fr
OL 55 Jones, BenBen Jones So
OL 65 Linder, BrandonBrandon Linder Fr
OL Lopez, EduardoEduardo Lopez Redshirt.svg Fr
OL 62 McDermott, ShaneShane McDermott Fr
RB 6 Miller, LamarLamar Miller Redshirt.svg Fr
QB 17 Morris, StephenStephen Morris Fr
TE 88 Sanders, BillyBilly Sanders Redshirt.svg Fr
WR 86 Streeter, TommyTommy Streeter So
TE 87 Tallman, AndrewAndrew Tallman Fr
WR 83 Tompkins, KendalKendal Tompkins So
FB Thompson, DavidDavid Thompson Redshirt.svg Fr
TE 46 Walford, CliveClive Walford Fr
OL 72 Washington, BrandonBrandon Washington So
OL 75 Wheeler, JaredJared Wheeler Redshirt.svg Fr
QB 16 Whipple, SpencerSpencer Whipple Jr
OL 71 White, CoryCory White Redshirt.svg Fr
Defense
Pos. # Name Class
DB 26 Armstrong, Ray-RayRay-Ray Armstrong So
DL 57 Bailey, AllenAllen Bailey Sr
DL 91 Brown, JeffreyJeffrey Brown Fr
LB 45 Buchanan, RamonRamon Buchanan Jr
LB 94 Cain, KelvinKelvin Cain Fr
DB 37 Campbell, JaredJared Campbell Sr
LB 39 Cornelius, TyroneTyrone Cornelius Fr
DB 18 Davis, Devont'aDevont'a Davis Fr
DL 49 Dye, DyronDyron Dye Redshirt.svg Fr
DL 99 Fortson, MarcusMarcus Fortson So
LB 58 Futch, JordanJordan Futch Jr
LB 59 Gaines, JamesJames Gaines Fr
DB Gholston, NathanNathan Gholston So
LB 69 Goldstein, SeanSean Goldstein So
LB 51 Green, ShayonShayon Green Redshirt.svg Fr
DL 95 Hardin, GavinGavin Hardin So
DB 1 Harris, BrandonBrandon Harris Jr
DB 13 Hill, RyanRyan Hill Sr
DB 29 Livesley, JoshuaJoshua Livesley Fr
DL 92 Holmes, JoshJosh Holmes Sr
LB 34 Holton, C.J.C.J. Holton So
DL 98 Lewis, JeremyJeremy Lewis Jr
LB Lichter, ErikErik Lichter So
LB 44 McCarthy, ColinColin McCarthy Sr
DB 21 McGee, BrandonBrandon McGee So
DB 38 Nelms, CoryCory Nelms Sr
LB 52 Nelson, KevinKevin Nelson Fr
DB 29 Nicolas, JoJoJoJo Nicolas Jr
DL 97 Ojomo, AdewaleAdewale Ojomo Jr
LB 53 Paalua, LeviLevi Paalua So
DB 29 Payne, KeionKeion Payne Fr
DL 96 Porter, CurtisCurtis Porter So
DL 54 Regis, MicanorMicanor Regis Jr
DB 15 Reid, JamalJamal Reid Redshirt.svg Fr
LB 36 Robinson, KylanKylan Robinson Sr
DL 93 Robinson, LutherLuther Robinson Redshirt.svg Fr
DL 56 Robinson, MarcusMarcus Robinson Jr
DB 22 Rodgers, KacyKacy Rodgers Fr
DL 48 Smith, AndrewAndrew Smith Jr
LB 31 Spence, SeanSean Spence Jr
DB 7 Telemaque, VaughnVaughn Telemaque So
DB 8 Van Dyke, DeMarcusDeMarcus Van Dyke Sr
DL 35 Vernon, OlivierOlivier Vernon So
LB 41 Williams, TravisTravis Williams Fr
Special teams
Pos. # Name Class
P/K 25 Bosher, MattMatt Bosher Sr
LS 60 Ivory, ChrisChris Ivory Jr
K 40 Wieclaw, JakeJake Wieclaw So
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches
  • Mark Whipple – Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
  • Jon Lovett – Defensive Coordinator
  • Michael Barrow – Linebackers
  • Mike Cassano – Running Backs
  • Aubrey Hill – Wide Receivers
  • Wesley McGriff – Defensive Backs
  • Joe Pannunzio – Tight Ends/Special Teams
  • Rick Petri – Defensive Line
  • Jeff StoutlandOffensive Line

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Injured Injured
  • Redshirt Redshirt

Roster
Last update: January 2, 2011

Depth chart[edit]

(prior to Game 12 versus South Florida)


Defense
[1]


FS
Vaughn Telemaque
Jared Campbell


WLB MLB SLB
Sean Spence Colin McCarthy Ramon Buchanan
Jordan Futch Kelvin Cain Kylan Robinson
James Gaines
SS
JoJo Nicolas
Ray-Ray Armstrong
CB
Ryan Hill
DeMarcus Van Dyke


DE DT DT DE
Adewale Ojomo Marcus Forston Micanor Regis Allen Bailey
Olivier Vernon Josh Holmes Luther Robinson Marcus Robinson
Andrew Smith
CB
Brandon Harris
Brandon McGee
Offense
[2]
WR
Leonard Hankerson
Aldarius Johnson
LT LG C RG RT
Orlando Franklin Harland Gunn Tyler Horn Brandon Washington Seantrel Henderson
Ben Jones Brandon Linder Brandon Linder Harland Gunn Jermaine Johnson
TE
Richard Gordon
Asante Cleveland
Chase Ford
WR
Travis Benjamin
LaRon Byrd
QB
Jacory Harris
Stephen Morris
RB
Damien Berry
Lamar Miller
FB
Patrick Hill
Mike James
Special Teams
PK Matt Bosher
P Matt Bosher
KR Storm Johnson
PR Travis Benjamin
LS Chris Ivory
H Spencer Whipple


Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 2 7:30 PM Florida A&M* #13 Sun Life StadiumMiami Gardens, FL ESPN3 W 45–0   53,674[15]
September 11 3:30 PM at #2 Ohio State* #12 Ohio StadiumColumbus, OH ESPN/ESPN 3D L 24–36   105,454[16]
September 23 7:30 PM at Pittsburgh* #19 Heinz FieldPittsburgh, PA ESPN W 31–3   58,115[17]
October 2 12:00 PM at Clemson #16 Memorial StadiumClemson, SC ESPN2/ESPN 3D W 30–21   82,313[18]
October 9 8:00 PM #23 Florida State #13 Sun Life Stadium • Miami Gardens, FL (Rivalry) ABC L 17–45   75,115[19]
October 16 1:00 PM at Duke Wallace Wade StadiumDurham, NC ESPN3 W 28–13   25,911[20]
October 23 7:30 PM North Carolina #25 Sun Life Stadium • Miami Gardens, FL ESPN2 W 33–10   43,584[21]
October 30 12:00 PM at Virginia #22 Scott StadiumCharlottesville, VA ESPN L 19–24   39,528[22]
November 6 12:00 PM Marylanddagger Sun Life Stadium • Miami Gardens, FL ESPNU W 26–20   55,434[23]
November 13 12:00 PM at Georgia Tech Bobby Dodd StadiumAtlanta, GA ACCN/ESPN3 W 35–10   47,425[24]
November 20 3:30 PM #14 Virginia Tech #24 Sun Life Stadium • Miami Gardens, FL ESPN L 17–31   40,101[25]
November 27 12:00 PM South Florida* Sun Life Stadium • Miami Gardens, FL ESPNU L 20–23 OT  41,148[26]
December 31 2:00 PM vs. Notre Dame* Sun Bowl StadiumEl Paso, TX (Sun Bowl) CBS L 17–33   54,021[27]
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.

Rankings[edit]

Ranking Movement
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking. ██ Not ranked the previous week. RV=receiving votes. NR=not ranked.
Poll Pre Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Final
AP 13 12 17 19 16 13 RV 25 22 RV RV 24 RV
Coaches 13 12 17 19 17 14 RV 25 22 RV RV 21 RV
Harris Not released RV 24 22 RV RV 24 RV
BCS Not released 22 24

Regular season[edit]

Florida A&M[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
FAMU 0 0 0 0 0
#13 Miami 14 21 7 3 45
  • 1st Quarter
    • Leonard Hankerson 19 yard touchdown pass from Jacory Harris. Bosher PAT Good. (7-0 MIA)
    • Leonard Hankerson 40 yard touchdown pass from Jacory Harris. Bosher PAT Good. (14-0 MIA)
  • 2nd Quarter
    • Damien Berry 32 yard touchdown pass from Jacory Harris. Bosher PAT Good. (21-0 MIA)
    • Ray Ray Armstrong 22 yard interception return. Bosher PAT Good. (28-0 MIA)
    • Mike James 1 yard touchdown run. Bosher PAT Good. (35-0 MIA)
  • 3rd Quarter
    • Lamar Miller 5 yard touchdown run. Bosher PAT Good. (42-0 MIA)
  • 4th Quarter
    • Matt Bosher 24 yard field goal. (45-0 MIA)


Ohio State[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#12 Miami 7 10 0 7 24
#2 Ohio State 3 23 10 0 36

Miami and Ohio State last played when they met in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl playing for the national championship, a game won by Ohio State in double overtime, 31–24. In 2010, Miami lost to Ohio State 36–24, but the Buckeyes' win was later vacated after an NCAA investigation of their program.

Pittsburgh[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#19 Miami 7 3 7 14 31
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 3 3

Miami and Pittsburgh last met in 2003 at Pittsburgh in a game won by Miami 28–14. Miami is 21–9–1 all time against Pittsburgh.

Clemson[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#17 Miami 7 20 0 3 30
Clemson 7 7 7 0 21

Miami and Clemson last met in 2009 at Miami in a game won by Clemson 40–37. Miami is 5–3 all time against Clemson.

Florida State[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#24 Florida State 7 17 7 14 45
#14 Miami 0 7 10 0 17

Jermaine Thomas scored a career high three touchdowns, all in the first 21 minutes, and Chris Thompson ended the scoring with a 90-yard touchdown run in the 4th quarter. The 90-yard run is the longest run Miami has ever allowed in the history of its football program. The 23rd ranked Seminoles enjoyed a surprisingly easy 45-17 victory. The 45 points is the second-most points Florida State has scored in the series.


Duke[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Miami 0 14 14 0 28
Duke 3 0 7 3 13

Miami and Duke last met in 2009 at Miami in a game won by Miami 34–16. Miami is 6–1 all time against Duke.


North Carolina[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
North Carolina 3 7 0 0 10
#25 Miami 0 13 13 7 33

Miami and North Carolina last met in 2009 at Chapel Hill in a game won by North Carolina 33–24. Miami is 5–8 all time against North Carolina.


Virginia[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#22 Miami 0 0 0 19 19
Virginia 0 14 3 7 24

Miami and Virginia last met in 2009 at Miami in a game won by Miami 52–17. Miami is 5–3 all time against Virginia.


Maryland[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Maryland 0 17 0 3 20
Miami 6 9 3 8 26

Miami and Maryland last met in 2006 at College Park in a game won by Maryland 14–13. Miami is 7–8 all time against Maryland.


Georgia Tech[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Miami 14 0 14 7 35
Georgia Tech 0 3 7 0 10

Miami and Georgia Tech last met in 2009 at Miami in a game won by Miami 33–17. Miami is 5–10 all time against Georgia Tech.


Virginia Tech[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#15 Virginia Tech 7 3 7 14 31
#21 Miami 7 3 7 0 17

Miami and Virginia Tech last met in 2009 at Blacksburg in a game won by Virginia Tech 31–7. Miami is 17–10 all time against Virginia Tech.


South Florida[edit]

1 2 3 4 OT Total
South Florida 0 3 7 7 6 23
Miami 0 0 7 10 3 20

Miami was upset by South Florida losing to the Bulls in over time 23–20. Miami is now 2–1 all time against South Florida.

Sun Bowl: Notre Dame[edit]

Shannon fired, Al Golden hired[edit]

Head coach Randy Shannon was fired the day following the South Florida loss.

On December 12, 2010, ESPN reported that Miami had offered the new head coaching position to former Temple University head coach Al Golden.[28]

In press-conference remarks upon his hiring on December 13, 2010, Golden emphasized the importance of the Miami legacy. "It's the most recognizable brand in college football," he said; "I go back to the former players that are here, the five national championships, 20 national award winners, countless All-Americans, incredible tradition; it's a dream job."[29]

Golden also announced after the bowl game that offensive coordinator Mark Whipple would not be retained and his replacement could come from the NFL.[30]

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