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1990 Miami Hurricanes football team

1990 Miami Hurricanes football
Cotton Bowl Classic Champions
Cotton Bowl Classic, W 46–3 vs. Texas
Conference Independent
Ranking
Coaches #3
AP #3
1990 record 10–2
Head coach Dennis Erickson
Offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski
Defensive coordinator Sonny Lubick
Home stadium Miami Orange Bowl
(Capacity: 75,500)
1990 Division I-A independents football records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#14 Louisville         10 1 1
#3 Miami         10 2 0
#4 Florida State         10 2 0
#6 Notre Dame         9 3 0
#11 Penn State         9 3 0
Louisiana Tech         8 3 1
Southern Miss         8 4 0
Temple         7 4 0
Syracuse         7 4 2
Army         6 5 0
Northern Illinois         6 5 0
South Carolina         6 5 0
Virginia Tech         6 5 0
East Carolina         5 6 0
Southwestern Louisiana         5 6 0
Navy         5 6 0
Memphis         4 6 1
Boston College         4 7 0
Tulane         4 7 0
West Virginia         4 7 0
Akron         3 7 1
Arkansas State         3 7 1
Pittsburgh         3 7 1
Rutgers         3 8 0
Tulsa         3 8 0
Cincinnati         1 10 0
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1990 Miami Hurricanes football team represented the University of Miami in the 1990 NCAA Division I-A football season.

Contents

  • Schedule 1
  • Awards and honors 2
    • Jack Harding University of Miami MVP Award 2.1
  • Team players drafted into the NFL 3
  • References 4

Schedule

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 8 7:30 PM at #16 BYU* #1 Cougar StadiumProvo, UT ESPN L 21–28   66,235
September 15 3:30 PM at California* #10 California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA ABC W 52–24   47,000
September 29 8:00 PM Iowa* #10 Miami Orange BowlMiami, FL ESPN W 48–21   70,420
October 6 2:00 PM #2 Florida State* #9 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL (Rivalry) CBS W 31–22   80,396
October 13 4:00 PM Kansas* #3 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL Raycom W 34–0   54,211
October 20 3:30 PM at #6 Notre Dame* #2 Notre Dame StadiumNotre Dame, IN CBS L 20–29   59,075
October 27 1:00 PM at Texas Tech* #8 Jones StadiumLubbock, TX Raycom W 45–10   50,028
November 3 4:00 PM Pittsburgh*dagger #8 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL W 45–0   50,412
November 17 4:00 PM Boston College* #3 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL W 42–12   50,942
November 24 7:30 PM Syracuse* #2 Miami Orange Bowl • Miami, FL ESPN W 33–7   66,196
December 1 4:00 PM at San Diego State* #3 Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA ESPN W 30–28   34,201
January 1 1:30 PM vs. #3 Texas* #4 Cotton BowlDallas, TX (Cotton Bowl) CBS W 46–3   77,425
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.
[1]

Awards and honors

Jack Harding University of Miami MVP Award

Team players drafted into the NFL

Player Position Round Pick NFL Club
Russell Maryland Defensive Tackle 1 1 Dallas Cowboys
Randal Hill Wide Receiver 1 23 Miami Dolphins
Shane Curry Defensive End 2 40 Indianapolis Colts
Wesley Carroll Wide Receiver 2 42 New Orleans Saints
Robert Bailey Defensive Back 4 107 Los Angeles Rams
Craig Erickson Quarterback 5 131 Philadelphia Eagles
Mike Sullivan Guard 6 153 Dallas Cowboys
Roland Smith Defensive Back 8 220 Miami Dolphins
Randy Bethel Tight End 10 251 New England Patriots
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References

  1. ^ http://cfreference.net/cfr/school.s?id=1007&season=1990
  2. ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/awards?awardId=12
  3. ^ http://football.about.com/cs/history/a/outlandtrophy.htm
  4. ^ "History: Jack Harding MVP Award". Hurricanes Sports Properties. Retrieved July 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1991.htm
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