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The 2002 Miami Hurricanes football team sought to defend the school's 1-A national championship. They were coached by second year head coach Larry Coker, and competed in the Big East Conference

Pre Season

Miami had just come off a national championship season, a team many considered to be among the best in college football history. Many of the starters left for the NFL, but a few key players, including quarterback Ken Dorsey, wide receiver Andre Johnson, and linebackers Jonathan Vilma and D.J. Williams returned. Despite the loss of numerous starters, Miami was still ranked 1st in the preseason coaches poll .

Pre-Season Awards

  • Andre Johnson- Blietnikoff Award Watch List
  • Ken Dorsey- Davey O'Brien Award Watch List, Walter Camp Player of the Year Award candidate
  • Brett Romberg- Rimington Trophy Watch List, Outland Trophy Watch List
  • Sherko Haji-Rasouli (OG)- Outland Trophy Watch List
  • William Joseph (DT)- Outland Trophy Watch List
  • Matt Walters (DT)- Outland Trophy Watch List
  • Todd Sievers- Groze Award Preseason Watch List


Recruiting Class of 2002

Player Position Height Weight Hometown
Baraka Atkins DL 6-4 240 Sarasota, Florida
Travarous Bain DB 6-0 170 Miami, Florida
Kareem Brown DL 6-5 250 Miami, Florida
Marc Guillon QB 6-4 190 Orinda, California
Akieem Jolla WR 6-4 190 New Orleans, Louisiana
Curtis Justus TE 6-6 200 Perry, Oklahoma
Kaylan Little TE 6-2 235 Orlando, Florida
Brandon Meriweather DB 6-1 173 Apopka, Florida
Ryan Moore WR 6-3 185 Orlando, Florida
Sinorice Moss WR 5-8 163 Miami, Florida
Jon Peattie K/P 6-3 185 Clearwater, Florida
Alex Pou OL 6-4 276 Coral Gables, Florida
Antonio Reynolds LB 6-4 210 Akron, Ohio
Jacques Chery LB 5-10 220 North Miami, Florida
Glenn Sharpe DB 5-11 175 Miami, Florida
Greg Threat DB 6-2 185 Tallahassee, Florida
Eric Winston TE 6-5 260 Midland, Texas
Anthony Wollschlager OL 6-6 300 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
John Wood DL 6-3 225 Hialeah, Florida
Total commitments 19


Schedule and Results

Date Result Miami Rank# (Rank#)Opponent Stadium ยท City
August 31, 2002 W 63-17 #1 Miami Orange Bowlmarker - Miami, FLmarker
September 7, 2002 W 41-16 #1 @ #6 Florida Ben Hill Griffin Stadiummarker - Gainesville, FLmarker
September 14, 2002 W 44-21 #1 @ * Franklin Fieldmarker - Philadelphia, PA
September 21, 2002 W 38-6 #1 * Miami Orange Bowl- Miami, FL
October 5, 2002 W 48-14 #1 Miami Orange Bowl - Miami, FL
October 12, 2002 W 28-27 #1 #9 Miami Orange Bowl - Miami, FL
October 26, 2002 W 40-23 #1 @ West Virginia* Mountaineer Fieldmarker - Morgantown, WVmarker
November 2, 2002 W 42-17 #1 @ * Rutgers Stadiummarker - Piscataway, NJmarker
November 9, 2002 W 26-3 #2 @ Neyland Stadiummarker - Knoxville, TNmarker
November 21, 2002 W 28-21 #1 Orange Bowl - Miami, FL
November 30, 2002 W 49-7 #1 @ * Carrier Domemarker - Syracuse, NYmarker
December 7, 2002 W 56-45 #1 * Miami Orange Bowl- Miami, FL
January 3, 2003 L 24-31 (2OT) #1 #2 Ohio State** Sun Devil Stadiummarker - Tempe, AZmarker
*Conference Game **BCS National Championship Game #Rankings from AP Poll released prior to game.


Depth Chart

Bold indicates starters at that position. Bold italics indicates a returning starter.

Offense



Defense



Special Teams



Statistics

  • QB Ken Dorsey: 222/393 (56.5%) for 3,369 yards (8.57) with 28 TD vs. 12 INT (3.05%).
  • RB Willis McGahee: 282 carries for 1,753 yards (6.22) and 28 TD. 27 catches for 355 yards and 0 TD.
  • WR Andre Johnson: 52 catches for 1,092 yards (21.00) and 9 TD.
  • TE Kellen Winslow Jr.: 57 catches for 726 yards (12.74) and 8 TD.
  • K Todd Sievers: 12/20 (60.0%) on FG with 63 XPM. Long FG of 53 yards.


Awards

  • Brett Romberg- Rimmington Trophy


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