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2022 Miami Hurricanes football
Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference
DivisionCoast Division
Ranking
CoachesNo. 13
APNo. 13
Record2–0 (0–0 ACC)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorJosh Gattis (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorKevin Steele (1st season)
Co-defensive coordinatorCharlie Strong (1st season)
Home stadiumHard Rock Stadium
(Capacity: 64,982)
Uniform
Miami hurricanes football unif.png
Seasons
← 2021
2023 →
2022 Atlantic Coast Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
Atlantic Division
Florida State   1 0     3 0  
Syracuse   1 0     3 0  
No. 5 Clemson   1 0     2 0  
No. 16 NC State   0 0     2 0  
No. 19 Wake Forest   0 0     2 0  
Boston College   0 1     0 2  
Louisville   0 2     1 2  
Coastal Division
Virginia Tech   1 0     2 1  
North Carolina   0 0     3 0  
Duke   0 0     2 0  
No. 13 Miami (FL)   0 0     2 0  
No. 23 Pittsburgh   0 0     1 1  
Virginia   0 0     1 1  
Georgia Tech   0 1     1 1  
Championship: December 3, 2022
As of September 18, 2022; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2022 Miami Hurricanes football team (variously "Miami", "The U", "UM", "'Canes") will represent the University of Miami during the 2022 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Hurricanes will be led by first-year head coach Mario Cristobal, and play their home games at Hard Rock Stadium, competing as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

Previous season

The Miami Hurricanes finished the 2021 season with a 7−5 record and a 5−3 record in conference play, earning them second place in the conference. Head coach Manny Diaz was fired after the regular season, and the team accepted the invitation to play in the 2021 Sun Bowl. On December 26, 2021, however, Miami withdrew from the bowl game, citing COVID-19 concerns and issues.[1]

Mario Cristobal, the former head coach at the University of Oregon was hired as the Hurricanes next head coach.[2]

Offseason

2022 NFL Draft

Main article: 2022 NFL Draft

One Hurricane player, Jonathan Ford, a defensive lineman, was selected in the 2022 NFL Draft (by the Green Bay Packers).

Round Pick Player Position NFL Team
7 234 Jonathan Ford DT Green Bay Packers

Preseason

Award watch lists

Personnel

Coaching staff

Name Title
Mario Cristobal Head coach
Josh Gattis Offensive coordinator/Wide receivers coach
Kevin Steele Defensive coordinator
Charlie Strong Co-defensive coordinator/linebackers coach
Jahmile Addae Defensive backs coach
Alex Mirabal Assistant head coach/Offensive line coach
Joe Salave'a Associate head coach/Run game coordinator/Defensive line coach
Frank Ponce Pass game coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
Stephen Field Tight ends coach
Kevin Smith Running backs coach
Rodrique Wright Defensive ends coach

Roster

Xavier Restrepo

Regular season

Main article: 2022 Atlantic Coast Conference football season

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
September 33:30 p.m.Bethune–Cookman*No. 16ACCNW 70–1356,795
September 1012:00 p.m.Southern Miss*No. 15
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL
ACCNW 30–746,422
September 179:00 p.m.at No. 24 Texas A&M*No. 13ESPN
September 243:30 p.m.Middle Tennessee*
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL
ACCN
October 8North Carolina
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL
October 15at Virginia Tech
October 22Duke
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL
October 29at Virginia
November 5Florida State
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL (rivalry)
November 12at Georgia Tech
November 19at Clemson
November 26Pittsburgh
  • Hard Rock Stadium
  • Miami Gardens, FL
  • *Non-conference game
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Eastern time

Standings

Pos Team CONF W L PF PA PD PCT
1 Virginia Tech 1–0 1 1 44 30 +14 0.500
2 North Carolina 0–0 3 0 154 113 +41 1.000
3 Duke 0–0 2 0 61 23 +38 1.000
4 Miami 0–0 2 0 100 20 +80 1.000
5 Pittsburgh 0–0 1 1 65 65 0 0.500
6 Virginia 0–0 1 1 37 41 −4 0.500
7 Georgia Tech 0–1 1 1 45 58 −13 0.500
Updated to match(es) played on September 10, 2022. Source: ACC

Rankings

Further information: 2022 NCAA Division I FBS football rankings

Ranking movements
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
Week
PollPre1234567891011121314Final
AP161513
Coaches171613
CFPNot releasedNot released

Game summaries

Bethune–Cookman

See also: 2022 Bethune–Cookman Wildcats football team

Game One – Bethune–Cookman Wildcats (0–0) at #16 Miami Hurricanes (0–0)
1 2 34Total
Wildcats 3 7 3013
No. 16 Hurricanes 14 28 141470

at Hard Rock StadiumMiami Gardens, Florida

  • Date: Saturday, September 3, 2022
  • Game time: 3:30 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Sunny • Temperature: 91 °F (33 °C)
  • TV announcers (ACCN): Jorge Sedano (play-by-play), Forrest Conoly (analyst), & Marilyn Payne (sideline)
  • Pregame line: Miami −52.5
Game information
First quarter
  • (8:54) BCU – Dylan Moghaddam 29-yard field goal (Drive: 10 plays, 63 yards, 6:06; Bethune-Cookman 3–0)
  • (7:00) MIA – Thaddius Franklin Jr. 4-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 5 plays, 30 yards, 1:54; Miami 7–3)
  • (0:36) MIA – Henry Parrish Jr. 5-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 11 plays, 61 yards, 4:56; Miami 14–3)
Second quarter
  • (12:06) MIA – Henry Parrish Jr. 6-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 4 plays, 85 yards, 1:23; Miami 21–3)
  • (11:50) MIA – Tyrone Franklin Jr. 30-yard interception return, Andreas Borregales kick (Miami 28–3)
  • (6:34) BCU – Que'shaun Byrd 34-yard pass from Jalon Jones, Dylan Moghaddam kick (Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 5:16; Miami 28–10)
  • (4:19) MIA – Xavier Restrepo 16-yard pass from Tyler Van Dyke, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 5 plays, 54 yards, 2:15; Miami 35–10)
  • (0:39) MIA – Henry Parrish Jr. 5-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 5 plays, 51 yards, 1:10; Miami 42–10)
Third quarter
  • (10:30) BCU – Dylan Moghaddam 21-yard field goal, (Drive: 9 plays, 90 yards, 2:43; Miami 42–13)
  • (7:26) MIA – Michael Redding III 16-yard pass from Tyler Van Dyke, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 7 plays, 73 yards, 3:04; Miami 49–13)
  • (2:42) MIA – Thaddius Franklin Jr. 4-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 7 plays, 81 yards, 3:23; Miami 56–13)
Fourth quarter
  • (14:55) MIA – Devon Perry 4-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 3 plays, 23 yards, 0:47; Miami 63–13)
  • (6:48) MIA – Terrell Walden II 2-yard run, Andreas Borregales kick (Drive: 10 plays, 48 yards, 6:15; Miami 70–13)
Statistics BCU MIA
First downs 13 29
Plays–yards 56–342 65–581
Rushes–yards 29–93 42–300
Passing yards 249 281
Passing: comp–att–int 14–27–3 20–23–0
Time of possession 28:39 26:54
Team Category Player Statistics
Bethune-Cookman Passing Jalon Jones 13/20, 243 yards, TD, INT
Rushing Tyrone Franklin Jr. 4 carries, 30 yards
Receiving Dylaan Lee 5 receptions, 83 yards
Miami Passing Tyler Van Dyke 13/16, 193 yards, 2 TD
Rushing Henry Parrish Jr. 14 carries, 108 yards, 3 TD
Receiving Xavier Restrepo 5 receptions, 100 yards, TD

Southern Miss

See also: 2022 Southern Miss Golden Eagles football team

Game Two – Southern Miss Golden Eagles (0–1) at #15 Miami Hurricanes (1–0)
1 2 34Total
Golden Eagles 0 7 007
No. 15 Hurricanes 3 7 14630

at Hard Rock StadiumMiami Gardens, Florida

  • Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
  • Game time: 12:00 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Sunny • Temperature: 85 °F (29 °C)
  • TV announcers (ACCN): Chris Cotter (play-by-play), Mark Herzlich (analyst), & Lericia Harris (sideline)
  • Pregame line: Miami −27.5
Game information
First quarter
  • (1:39) MIA – Andres Borregales 30-yard field goal (Drive: 16 plays, 68 yards, 6:14; Miami 3–0)
Second quarter
  • (14:30) USM – Jason Brownlee 32-yard pass from Zach Wilcke, Briggs Bourgeois kick (Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 2:09; Southern Miss 7–3)
  • (0:20) MIA – Henry Parrish Jr. 1-yard run, Andres Borregales kick (Drive: 10 plays, 86 yards, 2:52; Miami 10–7)
Third quarter
  • (7:10) MIA – Thaddius Franklin Jr. 7-yard run, Andres Borregales kick (Drive: 13 plays, 77 yards, 6:11; Miami 17–7)
  • (4:56) MIA – Key'Shawn Smith 35-yard pass from Tyler Van Dyke, Andres Borregales kick (Drive: 1 play, 35 yards, 0:06; Miami 24–7)
Fourth quarter
  • (9:11) MIA – Andres Borregales 33-yard field goal (Drive: 12 plays, 44 yards, 5:30; Miami 27–7)
  • (3:34) MIA – Andres Borregales 48-yard field goal (Drive: 7 plays, 14 yards, 3:50; Miami 30–7)
Statistics USM MIA
First downs 12 23
Plays–yards 50–240 78–451
Rushes–yards 24–33 49–173
Passing yards 207 278
Passing: comp–att–int 16–27–1 23–32–1
Time of possession 23:00 37:00
Team Category Player Statistics
Southern Miss Passing Zach Wilcke 16/27, 207 yards, TD, INT
Rushing Zach Wilcke 12 carries, 29 yards
Receiving Jason Brownlee 5 receptions, 102 yards, TD
Miami Passing Tyler Van Dyke 21/30, 263 yards, TD, INT
Rushing Henry Parrish Jr. 24 carries, 116 yards, TD
Receiving Xavier Restrepo 6 receptions, 72 yards

No. 24 Texas A&M

See also: 2022 Texas A&M Aggies football team

Game Three – #13 Miami Hurricanes (2–0) at #24 Texas A&M Aggies (1–1)
1 2 34Total
No. 13 Hurricanes 3 0 003
No. 24 Aggies 10 0 7017

at Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas

  • Date: Saturday, September 17, 2022
  • Game time: 9:00 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Partly Cloudy • Temperature: 86 °F (30 °C)
  • TV announcers (ESPN): Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analyst), Holly Rowe (sideline) & Todd McShay (sideline)
  • Pregame line: Texas A&M −6.0
Game information
First quarter
  • (11:32) TA&M – Randy Bond 26-yard field goal (Drive: 8 plays, 55 yards, 3:28; Texas A&M 3–0)
  • (6:34) MIA – Andres Borregales 28-yard field goal (Drive: 12 plays, 65 yards, 4:58; Tied 3–3)
  • (3:00) TA&M – LJ Johnson Jr. 1-yard run, Randy Bond kick (Drive: 3 plays, 28 yards, 1:14; Texas A&M 10–3)
Second quarter
  • No scoring plays
Third quarter
  • (10:29) TA&M – Devon Achane 25-yard pass from Max Johnson, Randy Bond (Drive: 4 plays, 76 yards, 1:58; Texas A&M 17–3)
Fourth quarter
Statistics MIA TA&M
First downs
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: comp–att–int – – – –
Time of possession
Team Category Player Statistics
Miami Passing
Rushing
Receiving
Texas A&M Passing
Rushing
Receiving

References

  1. ^ Adelson, Andrea (December 26, 2021). "Miami out of Sun Bowl against Washington State due to COVID-19 issues in football program". ESPN.com. Retrieved December 26, 2021.
  2. ^ "Mario Cristobal To Be Miami's Next Head Football Coach". Miamihearld.com. December 6, 2021. Retrieved December 6, 2021.