2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
8-4, 2nd in ACC - Coastal

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Teammates who were both Heisman finalists in the same year: 2016: Baker Mayfield and Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma 2005: Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush*, USC 2004: Adrian Peterson and Jason White, Oklahoma 2004: Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush, USC 2002: Willis McGahee and Ken Dorsey, Miami 1994: Ki'Jana Carter and Kerry Collins, Penn State Note: The Heisman began inviting finalists to New York in 1982. Before that, only the winners were invited.

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Rittenberg predicts Mountaineers win

No. 16 West Virginia has experience and talent, especially on offense, and Adam Rittenberg likes the Mountaineers in a shootout with the Hurricanes in Orlando, Florida. Bowl Predictions

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

There were some who wanted to see Pitt and West Virginia start up the Backyard Brawl in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Miami got the slot against the Mountaineers instead. Though it doesn't rival Pitt-WVU, it's worth remembering there's history between the Canes and 'Eers, some of it unpleasant. The two were Big East rivals in a series Miami ultimately dominated.

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The coaching carousel's impact on recruiting

Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill & Craig Haubert discuss the impact firing/hiring season has on recruits, the best true freshmen this year & ESPN300 #2 Isaiah Wilson joins the show.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M and Miami (Fla.) announced a home-and-home series between the two schools in 2022 and 2023. The teams will meet at Kyle Field on Sept. 17, 2022 and play at Miami on Sept. 9, 2023.

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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - The Name (1:40)
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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - The Win (0:47)
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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - Sold Out (2:06)
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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - The Guys Behind the Shirts (0:50)
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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - The Comeback (2:05)
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30 for 30: Catholics vs. Convicts - Game Over (1:09)
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ACC Week 13 Power Rankings: Who's No. 2?

Clemson has a playoff spot in its grasp. Meanwhile, Florida State and Louisville are in a fight just to make a New YearÃ

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Breaking down Miami's 40-21 win over Duke (2:31)
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Miami QB Brad Kaaya talks about record performance against Duke (1:22)

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami ends Duke's bowl hopes with a 40-21 win to cap a season filled with 4-game streak: From 4-0 to 4-4 to 8-4. Brad Kaaya led the way, throwing for 396 yards with 4 TDs, 2 of them going to David Njoku, who finished with 2 catches for 134 yards. The Blue Devils played well for a half but just couldn't hang offensively in the second half, as Kaaya finishes the game as Miami's all-time leader in passing yards.

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Miami Head Coach Mark Richt discusses Brad Kaaya's record-breaking performance in win over Duke (1:19)
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Njoku goes 58 yards to seal win for Miami (1:56)

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Kaaya is the first Miami QB to throw for 3,000+ yards in three different seasons. His 76-yard TD to David Njoku made it 23-14, a score that remains after Duke's AJ Reed misses wide right from 39 yards. The Hurricanes have a chance to get some real breathing room here late in the third quarter.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke is holding its own in the first half at Miami, trailing 16-14 at the break. Daniel Jones has thrown two TD passes in what has been about as evenly matched of a game as there can be. If the 4-7 Blue Devils win, they could get into a bowl game, as they have a high APR.

Team Stats

Passing Yards273.527th
Rushing Yards157.785th
Points For34.634th
Points Against18.913th