1986 Miami Hurricanes football team

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1986 Miami Hurricanes football
Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
Fiesta Bowl, L 10–14 vs. Penn State
Conference Independent
Ranking
Coaches No. 2
AP No. 2
1986 record 11–1
Head coach Jimmy Johnson (3rd year)
Offensive coordinator Gary Stevens (4th year)
Defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt (1st year)
Home stadium Miami Orange Bowl
Seasons
« 1985 1987 »
1986 Division I-A independents football records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#1 Penn State           12 0 0
#2 Miami (FL)           11 1 0
#20 Virginia Tech           9 2 1
#19 Boston College           9 3 0
Tulsa           7 4 0
Florida State           7 4 1
Army           6 5 0
Southwestern Louisiana           6 5 0
Southern Miss           6 5 0
Temple           6 5 0
Pittsburgh           5 5 1
Rutgers           5 5 1
Cincinnati           5 6 0
Notre Dame           5 6 0
Syracuse           5 6 0
South Carolina           3 6 2
Tulane           4 7 0
West Virginia           4 7 0
Louisville           3 8 0
Navy           3 8 0
Wichita State           3 8 0
East Carolina           2 9 0
Northern Illinois           2 9 0
Memphis           1 10 0
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1986 Miami Hurricanes football team represented the University of Miami in the 1986 NCAA Division I-A football season.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
August 30 at South Carolina No. 3 Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, SC ESPN W 34–14    
September 6 at Florida No. 3 Florida FieldGainesville, FL W 23–15   74,875
September 13 Texas Tech No. 2 Miami Orange BowlMiami, FL KJTV W 61–11   41,925
September 27 No. 1 Oklahoma No. 2 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL CBS W 28–16   71,451
October 4 Northern Illinois No. 1 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL W 34–0   33,905
October 11 at West Virginia No. 1 Mountaineer FieldMorgantown, WV ABC W 58–14   63,500
October 18 at Cincinnati No. 1 Riverfront StadiumCincinnati, OH RAYCOM W 45–13    
November 1 No. 20 Florida Statedagger No. 1 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL CBS W 41–23   62,834
November 8 at Pittsburgh No. 1 Pitt StadiumPittsburgh, PA ABC W 37–10   55,338
November 15 Tulsa No. 1 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL W 23–10    
November 27 East Carolina No. 1 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL W 36–10   30,202
January 2 vs. No. 2 Penn State No. 1 Sun Devil StadiumTempe, Arizona (Fiesta Bowl) NBC L 10–14   73,098
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Roster[edit]

No Name Pos Yr. Ht. Wt. Hometown

73 David Alekna OG Sr. 6-3 254 Oak Lawn, Ill.

18 Tolbert Bain CB Jr. 6-2 191 Miami

56 Chris Bell OT Fr. 6-5 278 Satellite Beach

6 Kenny Berry DB Fr. 6-2 180 Pahokee

36 Bennie Blades FS Jr. 6-0 207 Fort Lauderdale

9 Brian Blades WR Jr. 6-0 185 Fort Lauderdale

5 Melvin Bratton HB Jr. 6-1 217 Miami

83 Andre Brown WR So. 6-3 198 Chicago, Ill.

98 Jerome Brown DT Sr. 6-2 285 Brooksville

32 Selwyn Brown SS Jr. 5-11 197 St. Petersburg

53 Rob Canei OT Jr. 6-2 254 Weirton, W. Va.

91 Rod Carter LB So. 6-1 217 Fort Lauderdale

84 Rod Chudzinski TE Fr. 6-4 220 Perrysburg, OH

57 Bernard Clark LB Fr. 6-2 242 Tampa

25 Greg Cox K Jr. 6-5 202 Fort Lauderdale

59 Luis Cristabol OL Fr. 6-3 225 Miami

70 Ed Davis OT Sr. 6-4 260 Fort Meade

29 Don Ellis DB So. 5-11 170 Fort Myers

38 Jeff Feagles P Jr. 6-2 191 Scottsdale, Ariz.

19 Darrell Fullington CB Jr. 6-2 185 N. Smyrna Bch.

50 Bobby Garcia OC Fr. 6-2 253 Cooper City

26 Cleveland Gary FB So. 6-2 215 Indian Town

60 David Guest DL Fr. 6-6 215 Dayton, OH

41 Eric Ham FB Jr. 6-1 211 Merritt Island

49 Darren Handy DL Fr. 6-1 240 Miami

39 Bobby Harden DB Fr. 6-2 184 Ft. Lauderdale

85 Kevin Harris LB Fr. 6-4 215 Miami

54 Bill Hawkins DE So. 6-6 245 Hollywood, Fla.

82 Charles Henry TE Jr. 6-4 218 St. Petersburg

15 Jason Hicks DB Fr. 6-2 195 Penn'ken, N.J.

30 Alonzo Highsmith FB Sr. 6-1 235 Miami

31 Freddy Highsmith LB So. 6-1 224 Jacksonville

17 Rodney Hill WR So. 6-2 205 Miami

64 Roderick Holder C Fr. 6-3 254 Chicago, Ill

99 Jeff Howard DE Fr. 6-3 249 E. St. Louis, Ill.

80 John Hunt TE Fr. 6-4 220 Ansonia, Conn.

47 Mike Irvin WR So. 6-2 200 Fort Lauderdale

40 Sandy Jack LB Fr. 6-2 204 Boca Raton

27 Michael Johnson DB Fr. 6-3 185 Memphis, TN

86 Derwin Jones DT Jr. 6-4 268 Miami

8 Greg Jones QB Fr. 6-2 187 Miami

63 Jimmie Jones DE Fr. 6-4 241 Okeechobee

51 Bukasa Kalombo LB Fr. 6-2 220 Herndon, W. Va.

20 Steve Kazdin P Sr. 6-2 188 Los Angeles

88 Dennis Kelleher DE Fr. 6-3 233 Miami

72 Marcus Kinlaw OT Fr. 6-3 278 Miami

11 David Kintigh WR Sr. 6-0 183 Satellite Beach

61 Maurice Maddox OG Jr. 6-3 246 Lakeland

62 Gary Mahon DT So. 6-2 245 Park Ridge, NJ

55 Danny Mariscal LB So. 6-1 220 Key West

94 Greg Mark DE Fr. 6-4 221 Pennsauken NJ

79 Russell Maryland DL Fr. 6-2 295 Chicago

28 Kevin McCutcheon DB Sr. 6-1 205 Miami

48 Bubba McDowell DB So. 6-1 197 Merritt Island

43 Doug McFadden CB Sr. 6-1 205 Fort Lauderdale

45 George Mira Jr. LB Jr. 6-0 220 Miami

52 Jose Montalvo OL So. 6-2 245 Miami

90 Victor Morris LB Sr. 6-1 243 Deerfield Beach

92 Winston Moss OLB Sr. 6-3 236 Miami

77 Paul O'Connor OG Sr. 6-3 258 Berkeley Hgts., N.J.

37 Darryl Oliver OT Sr. 5-11 194 Palatka

75 John O'Neill FB So. 6-3 267 East Cooper City

68 Barry Panfil OG Fr. 6-3 245 Orland Park, Il.

97 Ernie Parish DT So. 6-2 250 Miami

71 Matt Patchan OT Jr. 6-4 276 Pittsburgh

58 Willis Peguese OLB Fr. 6-4 231 Miami

21 J.C. Penny HB Jr. 5-8 187 Y'town, Ohio

33 Brett Perriman WR Jr. 5-9 180 Miami

69 Mike Pigza OT So. 6-5 243 Will'by, Ohio

2 Basil Proctor SS Fr. 6-3 228 Miami

76 Scott Provin Jr. OG 6-5 247 Torrance, Calif.

74 Gregg Rakoczy C Sr. 6-5 281 Mdford La. N.J.

87 Alfredo Roberts TE Jr. 6-3 230 Hollywood

65 Steve Rosinski OG Fr. 6-1 247 Fort Lauderdale

12 Kirk Sandifer P So. 6-2 195 Washington, DC

78 Bill Schaefer OT Jr. 6-8 296 Claymont, Del.

3 Mark Seelig PK Sr. 5-11 183 Mount Dora

22 Randy Shannon OLB So. 6-0 215 Miami

93 Dan Sileo DT Jr. 6-2 288 Stamford

35 Tim Sims CB Sr. 6-0 205 Belle Glade

81 Brian Smith TE So. 6-3 227 Mulberry

44 Steve Staffier HB Jr. 5-10 183 Winthrop, Mass.

96 Dan Stubbs DE Jr. 6-4 241 Red Bank, N.J.

95 Brad Stunkel DT Fr. 6-5 245 Boca Raton

67 Mike Sullivan OL Fr. 6-4 250 Chicago

14 Vinny Testaverde QB Sr. 6-5 218 Elmont, N.Y.

16 Robert Thomas HB So. 5-9 180 Washington

13 Geoff Torretta QB Sr. 6-2 205 Pinole, Cal.

7 Bill Turkowski QB Fr 6-4 212 N. Versailles, PA

34 Tracy Waiters FB So. 5-11 214 Bradenton

1 Steve Walsh QB Fr. 6-3 183 St. Paul, Minn.

24 Warren Williams HB Jr. 6-0 208 Fort Myers

23 Percy Wilson WR Fr. 6-3 202 Stuart[2]

Coaches[edit]

Head coach—Jimmy Johnson; receivers—Hubbard Alexander; running backs—Joe Brodsky; defensive line—Butch Davis; offensive line—Art Kehoe; secondary—Carlos Mainord; tight ends—Don Soldinger; assistant head coach/offensive coordinator/quarterb acks—Gary Stevens; defensive coordinator/linebackers—Dave Wannstedt; offensive line—Tony Wise; volunteer coach—John Fontes; graduate assistants—Ron Meeks, Chuck Pagano, Stewart Rogers, Tommy Tuberville.

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