UM 2001 - By The Numbers
The 475 regular-season points scored by the Hurricanes set an all-time school record. The Hurricanes finished with 512 points scored, including the Rose Bowl, and shattered the mark of 469 points reached by the 2000-01 team.
Miami defeated their opponents by a margin of 33.8 points.
Miami has the nation's longest winning streak at 22 games and has won 17 straight Big East Conference games. The Hurricanes own the longest winning streak in Big East history with 26 victories from 1991 through the first four games of the 1993 season. Miami posted 20 straight road wins from 1984-88.
The Hurricanes scored the most points in school history for a two-game stretch (59 vs. Syracuse, 65 vs. Washington).
The Hurricanes entire offensive-line allowed four sacks all season. The Hurricanes have allowed six sacks in a single game four times in school history.
The Hurricanes defense recorded three shutouts this season (Syracuse, Rutgers and Temple. The unit gave up 117 points the entire season. Pretty good? The 1926 Canes under head coach Howard Buck allowed 13 points the entire season, while recording six shutouts. Miami finished 8-0, their first undefeated season.
REACHING FOR THE STARS
OL Martin Bibla: First-Team Big East Selection; Second Team All- American (ABC Sports)
DB Phillip Buchanon: Big East Special Teams Player of the Year; First Team Big East Member; Second Team All-American (AP)
P Freddie Capshaw: Ray Guy Finalist; First Team Big East Selection; Fourth Team All-American (Sporting News)
QB Ken Dorsey: Heisman Trophy Winner Finalist (3rd); Maxwell Award Winner; Big East Co-Offensive Player of the Year; Second-Team All-American (AP)
OL Joaquin Gonzalez: First-Team All-American (Football Writers Association, CNNSI.com); First-Team Big East Selection; Second Team All-American (The Sporting News, ABC Sports Online); Third Team All-American (Football News)
RB Frank Gore: Fourth Team All American (Sporting News);
DT Jerome McDougle: First Team Big East Selection; Third Team All-American (AP)
OL Bryant McKinnie: Outland Trophy Winner; Consensus First-Team All-American; National Player of the Year (CNNSI.com); Unanimous First Team Big East Selection; National Offensive Player of the Year Finalist (Football News); 8th in Heisman Trophy voting
WR Andre Johnson: Second Team Big East Selection
RB Clinton Portis: First Team Big East Selection; Third Team All-American (AP);
OL Sherko-Haji-Rasouli: Second Team Big East Selection
SS Ed Reed: National Defensive Player of the Year (The Football News); Big East Co-Defensive Player of the Year; Jim Thorpe Award Winner; Bronko Nagurski Award Semi-Finalist; First Team Big East Selection
TE Jeremy Shockey: First Team Big East Selection; First Team All-American (CNNSI.com); Second Team All-American (AP, Sportsline.com); Fourth Team All-American (Sporting News); John Mackey Award Finalist
PK Todd Sievers: Groza Award Candidate; First-Team All-American (CNNSI.com); First Team Big East Selection; Second Team All-American (AP, Sporting News)
Jonathan Vilma: First Team Big East Selection
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