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About Miami Hurricanes

Breaking with Miami Hurricanes' recent history, the university named long-time assistant Larry Coker as University of Miami's 19th head football coach on Feb. 3, 2001. The impact of that hire was immediate. Miami's top-notch recruiting class held together, as did much of the coaching staff. And Coker's ascension kept the returning players focused on the stated goal of winning Miami's fifth national title. 

The Miami Hurricanes 2001 season started with Coker facing coaching legend Joe Paterno and the Penn State Nittany Lions. A crowd of 109,313 - the largest ever for a Miami game - watched the Hurricanes open the season with a resounding statement. Miami raced to a 30-0 halftime lead on the way to a 33-7 victory before a national television audience. Quarterback Ken Dorsey orchestrated a 344-yard passing performance and the Hurricanes were stifling on defense in the victory. 


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Victories over Rutgers (61-0), Pittsburgh (43-21) and Troy State (38-7) followed before the annual clash with Florida State. The Seminoles were riding a 54-game home unbeaten streak (37 straight wins), having not lost on their home turf since a University of Miami victory in 1991. 

The Miami Hurricanes' mission to "Break History and Make History" was accomplished in spectacular fashion with a 49-27 defeat of the Seminoles. Another national television audience watched the Hurricanes' defense cause six FSU turnovers. Miami scored via offense, defense and special teams en route to its largest points total ever against the Seminoles, a victory that returned UM to the top of the rankings. 

Resounding wins over West Virginia (45-3) and Temple (38-0) followed before a heart-stopping finish at Boston College. Miami weathered five turnovers and was clinging to a 12-7 lead late in the game on the strength of four Todd Sievers field goals when BC marched to the shadow of the UM end zone. With less than 20 seconds remaining, cornerback Mike Rumph deflected a BC pass into the arms of defensive tackle Matt Walters at the UM nine-yard line. Walters cradled the ball tightly as he returned it to the 20-yard line before All-America free safety Edward Reed took the ball from Walters and set sail on an 80-yard interception for a touchdown to clinch an 18-7 victory. 

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The Hurricanes were hitting on all cylinders in their next two home games, laying shocking defeats on nationally-ranked Syracuse (59-0) and Washington (65-7). Those victories were the largest consecutive blowouts over ranked opponents in modern NCAA history. But just when it seemed the Miami Hurricanes were invincible, and a lock for a Rose Bowl berth, a final test remained. 

Miami already had clinched the BIG EAST title and was looking to reserved its place in the national championship game in Pasadena, but the Virginia Tech Hokies would not go down quietly as UM's 11th victim. The Hurricanes built a 24-7 lead in the fourth quarter as tailback Clinton Portis, who rushed for 1,200 yards in the regular season, scored one touchdown and Dorsey connected with tight end Jeremy Shockey for another score. Three Todd Sievers field goals also contributed to the lead and when he added a fourth midway through the period to give UM a 26-14 lead, it appeared only a miracle finish could deprive the Miami Hurricanes of their goal. Tech's miracle would have been the Hurricanes' nightmare - and it almost happened. A blocked punt was returned for a touchdown, drawing Tech to within two points at 26-24. Tech then went for two points on a pass play, but the pass fell incomplete. The UM defense held off Tech on two late possessions and the Hurricanes survived their closest call of the season, setting up Miami's Rose Bowl berth for the right to play Nebraska for the national championship.

The Rose Bowl game hosted the Bowl Championship Series title game for the first time, the first time in 56 years that teams from conferences other than the Pacific Ten Conference and the Big Ten Conference were competing in the game. The Miami Hurricanes left little doubt about which team was college football's best, racing to a 34-0 halftime lead behind a huge first half performance by game co-MVPs Dorsey and Andre Johnson. Dorsey and Johnson connected for two touchdowns and 199 yards in the game with Dorsey throwing for a career-best 362 yards. Portis added another score on a brilliant 39-yard touchdown run and the Hurricanes were able to enjoy the second half of their national title victory. 

Miami's fifth national title team in 19 years ranked among its most dominating, setting a school and BIG EAST record with 475 points in the regular season. Miami's 37-point outburst in the Rose Bowl gave the team 512 points overall. In BIG EAST games, the 2001 Hurricanes scored 290 points, second to 2000's 310. During the 2001 regular season, UM outscored its opponents by an average margin of 43.2 to 9.4. The total included a 239-33 (21.7-3.0) advantage in the first half and 236-70 (21.5-6.36) mark in the second half. 

That consistent domination not only solidified the Miami Hurricanes' place among the best in recent college history, but made history for Coker who became the first rookie head coach to lead his team to a national title since 1948. Coker earned two national Coach of the Year honors, winning the "Bear" Bryant Award from the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, and sharing the American Football Coaches' Association honor with Maryland's Ralph Friedgen. 

With a large nucleus of players returning from the 2001 national champs, the Hurricanes embarked on a quest for another national title in 2002 as Miami attempted to win titles in successive seasons for the first time in the program's storied history. A daunting schedule loomed, including road games at traditional national powers Florida and Tennessee and games with seven 2001 bowl teams overall. 

Many predicted Miami would struggle against the harsh schedule, but the Hurricanes came incredibly close to another unbeaten national title season while running their winning streak to a school-record 34 games (the longest in college football in 32 years). The season opening 63-17 spanking of Florida A&M in the Orange Bowl served as a precursor to one of Miami's most anticipated regular season games in recent history, a road trip to Gainesville to take on the Florida Gators.

The first regular season meeting between UM and UF in 16 years was a matchup of a pair of teams ranked in the nation's top 10. The top-ranked Hurricanes, slight underdogs entering the game, dominated the sixth-ranked Gators with an impressive show of offensive versatility and defensive force in a stunningly east 41-16 victory. The outcome was the most lopsided UF home loss in more than 20 years. 

Quarterback Ken Dorsey threw for four touchdowns, tailback Willis McGahee rushed for 204 yards, the Miami defense created three turnovers and harried UF quarterback Rex Grossman into the worst passing day of his career. Miami's dominant victory solidified the Hurricanes as college football's best team as the meat of the 2002 season began. 

McGahee and Dorsey emerged as a duo of leading Heisman Trophy candidates as the Hurricanes raced to easy wins over Temple (44-21), Boston College (38-6) and Connecticut (48-14). But the Hurricanes were put to their greatest test on October 12 when the Florida State Seminoles shut down Miami's running game and built a 27-14 lead in the fourth period of this annual showdown. Dorsey rallied the offense late in the game, leading a lightning fast touchdown march to pull Miami within 27-21 on a two-yard pass to Kevin Beard with 8:10 remaining. 

Miami forced an FSU punt and raced to another touchdown as Dorsey passed to McGahee, who took a screen pass 68 yards to the FSU 11. Jason Geathers took a delayed handoff the distance on the next play to put Miami up by a point, 28-27, with 5:17 left. FSU took the ensuing possession to within field goal range, but Xavier Beitia's 43-yard attempt was wide left as time expired to preserve another dramatic Miami victory over the Seminoles. 

Miami Hurricanes road victories at West Virginia (40-23 as Dorsey passed for 422 yards), Rutgers (42-17) and Tennessee (26-3 before 107,745 fans) followed before another close call in a 28-21 win over Pittsburgh at home. After a 49-7 rout at Syracuse and a wild 56-45 home win over Virginia Tech, the Hurricanes had earned a shot at their sixth national title with a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. 

Miami took on the Ohio State Buckeyes in Tempe and the matchup provided one of college football's most dramatic games. The Hurricanes overcame a 17-7 second half deficit to tie the game when Todd Sievers nailed a 40-yard field goal as time expired. Miami took the lead, 24-17, in the first overtime when Dorsey connected with tight end Kellen Winslow for a score. Ohio State responded with a touchdown to send it to a second overtime, a score made possible by a controversial pass interference call in the end zone on a fourth down play that kept the Buckeyes' drive alive. OSU took a 31-24 lead, a lead they held when Miami's final possession ended on an incompletion from the two-yard line on fourth down. The Miami Hurricanes 34-game winning streak had ended. 

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