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New Miami Hurricanes Depth Chart for Bethune-Cookman game just released -- and there are changes

 

Coach Al Golden just released his newest depth chart for the Bethune-Cookman game.

If you didn't know by now, starting receiver Allen Hurns (concussion) and starting safety Vaughn Telemaque (knee) are out for the game.

Fifth-year senior Ramon Buchanan is done for the season, and possibly his career, with another bad knee injury on the right knee. Buchanan will undergo surgery this week, Golden said Sunday night. It is not known if he will apply for a sixth year of eligibility. Best wishes to Buchanan, who hopefully will persevere and overcome.

So, the listed first-team receivers are freshman Malcolm Lewis, and sophomores Phillip Dorsett and Rashawn Scott.

The new first-team safeties are freshman Deon Bush and redshirt junior A.J. HIghsmith. If Highsmith retains his status through game week, it will be his first start at safety. Highsmith has definitely paid his dues for this team, with an amazing attitude, and I'm happy for him.

 I hope young Deon and veteran A.J. both excel in their new roles. Also hope Telemaque comes back soon, along with Allen Hurns. You could tell Hurns, obviously talented, was a go-to receiver -- and he already had a head injury through most of fall camp.

Replacing Buchanan at weakside linebacker is NOT Jimmy Gaines, Golden said, although Gaines was listed there at first team on the distributed depth chart. Golden told us after practice this morning that the first-team weakside linebacker is Tyrone Cornileus.

However, UM is waiting to officially change it, since what sports information officials were handed had Gaines on it.

Of note: Defensive tackle Luther Robinson, who was reinstated to the team Sunday after being suspended for "conduct detrimental,'' is not on the depth chart.

Also, freshman Earl Moore is now the backup to defensive tackle Darius Smith, with Jalen Grimble dropping to third-team. And redshirt freshman Corey King is backing up Olsen Pierre at the other side of D-tackle.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

FOLLOWING IS FULL DEPTH CHART, courtesy of UM (NOTE THAT GAINES IS STILL LISTED AS FIRST-TEAM OLB, AND IT WILL BE CHANGED WHEN UM CHANGES IT ON PAPER)

 

OFFENSE

WR

80

Rashawn
Scott

6-2

190

So.

 

86

Herb
Waters

6-2

185

Fr.

LT

79

Malcolm Bunche

6-7

325

RSo.

 

55

Ben
Jones

6-5

310

Sr.

LG

70

Jon
Feliciano

6-5

314

RSo.

 

68

Jeremy
Lewis

6-4

316

RSr.

C

62

Shane McDermott

6-4

295

RSo.

 

75

Jared
Wheeler

6-5

314

RJr.

RG

65

Brandon
Linder

6-6

308

Jr.

 

78

Jermaine Johnson
-OR-

6-6

316

RJr.

 

63

Danny
Isidora

6-4

320

Fr.

RT

74

Ereck
Flowers

6-6

314

Fr.

 

77

Seantrel
Henderson

6-8

340

Jr.

TE

49

Dyron
Dye

6-5

255

RJr.

 

46

Clive
Walford

6-4

250

RSo.

 

82

Asante
Cleveland

6-5

263

Jr.

FB

33

Maurice
Hagens

5-11

240

Jr.

 

43

Sean
Harvey

6-4

262

RSo.

QB

17

Stephen
Morris

6-2

214

Jr.

 

11

Ryan
Williams

6-5

221

RSo.

RB

5

Mike
James

5-11

220

Sr.

 

8

Duke
Johnson

5-9

188

Fr.

 

23

Eduardo
Clements

5-9

195

Jr.

WR

9

Malcolm
Lewis

6-0

192

Fr.

 

83

Kendal
Thompkins

5-10

182

RSr.

WR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

24

Davon
Johnson

6-8

188

Sr.

 

DEFENSE

DE

71

Anthony
Chickillo

6-4

262

So.

 

99

Jelani
Hamilton

6-5

271

Fr.

DT

98

Darius
Smith

6-2

315

Sr.

 

72

Earl
Moore

6-1

300

Fr.

 

92

Jalen
Grimble

6-2

295

So.

DT

91

Olsen
Pierre

6-4

300

So.

 

67

Corey
King

6-1

295

RFr.

DE

51

Shayon
Green

6-3

260

RJr.

 

94

Kelvin
Cain

-OR-

6-3

245

So.

 

17

Tyriq
McCord

6-3

236

Fr.

OLB

44

Eddie
Johnson

6-1

238

RFr.

 

34

Thurston Armbrister

6-3

222

So.

 

58

Gabriel
Terry

6-3

215

Fr.

MLB

52

Denzel
Perryman

6-0

229

So.

 

36

Gionni
Paul

6-1

230

So.

OLB

59

Jimmy
Gaines

6-3

230

Jr.

 

31

Tyrone
Cornileus

6-2

210

Jr.

CB

20

Thomas
Finnie

5-10

183

So.

 

3

Tracy
Howard

5-11

185

Fr.

S

2

Deon
Bush

6-1

190

Fr.

 

22

Kacy
Rodgers II

6-2

210

Jr.

S

30

A.J.
Highsmith

6-0

202

RJr.

 

29

Rayshawn
Jenkins

6-1

203

Fr.

CB

21

Brandon
McGee

6-0

194

Sr.

 

39

Antonio
Crawford

5-11

188

Fr.

 

SPECIALISTS

P

13

Dalton
Botts

6-3

205

Sr.

 

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

FG

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

 

18

Matt
Goudis

6-0

170

RFr.

KO

40

Jake
Wieclaw

6-2

193

RSr.

 

18

Matt
Goudis

6-0

170

RFr.

H

13

Dalton
Botts

6-3

205

Sr.

 

11

Ryan
Williams

6-5

221

RSo.

LS

60

Sean
McNally

5-10

214

RJr.

 

61

Paul
Kelly

6-1

262

RSr.

SS

60

Sean
McNally

5-10

214

RJr.

 

61

Paul
Kelly

6-1

262

RSr.

PR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

9

Malcolm
Lewis

6-0

192

Fr.

KR

4

Phillip
Dorsett

5-10

185

So.

 

8

Duke
Johnson

5-9

188

Fr.

 

 

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And another thing: 4 get this Freshman/Soph stuff: Anybody who has played the game knows that any team can beat another if U prepare.

I don't by that for one minute. An excuse is what it is: When U take the field U have one goal in mind: Beat the opposing team and don't look back.

Cool Cat,

So Freshmen and Sophomores are going to line up and beat KSU in their house? Typical focking moron...

Don't be upset at the coaches for your stupidity.

I recall at the start of the year Coach Golden stating that youth is no excuse........

FightingIbis - Very few people thought the Canes would beat KSU. Nobody would be upset at a typical loss. It is the way they lost that was disturbing. The defense did not change at all from the previous week when it got shredded. There was a complete lack of creativity in the playcalling on defense. The fact is that both Maine and Missouri State's defenses outperformed Miami. That is flat out embarrassing even if the defense was comprised of mostly freshman and sophomores. The DC is not taking advantage of the defense's strength, which is speed. No adjustments were made in the KSU game at all. They continued with the same schemes when everyone could see they weren't working. If you are going to give up touchdowns on every drive you might as well take some risks.

I personally did not have a problem with the offensive playcalling. I thought the turnovers and dropped passes were more to blame. Plus the fact that they got in a huge hole early which took out Miami's running game. In addition, the offense performed well the previous week and played well at times last year.

The defense looks exactly the same as last year and just as bad, which leads me to believe that D'Onofrio is not very good.

Well stated, Ted: FightingIbis should go back to what she's good at: Nothing.

this team is amazingly young. if these guys stick together miami football should be back in couple years

Cool Cat when you are outweighed by 40-50 pounds and are starting your second game against guys that are seniors and have 3-4-5 years experience ..give me a break I don't care how you prepare.

Think how ludicrous your post is when shown the face of reality.

The 'U' guys were looking down when they were tossed around, they weren't "looking back when they took the field" as you said..
It is not preparation it is EXPERIENCE and 3-4-5 years...Open your eyes to reality.
Go 'Canes Always

Big void left by guys who left early for the draft. If we have anyone to thank for this situation, it is them.

Bottom line: the defense gave up 1,000+ yards of offense in 2 games, close to 90 points in 2 games and very high QB ratings for opposing QBs in 2 games. The DC is responsible.

way off the topic here, has anybody noticed how wimpy and ugly are uni's are. those light orange pants and the white sox, with those cursed orange and white cleats. we look like the old tampa bay bucks.if were going to suck, cant we atleast look good while were sucking.

I have never seen so many "Couch Coaches" that at this site. Give it a break. If you knew what you were taling about you would be an NCAA Division I Head Coach. Sorry boys, you do nmot know squat. Let the man coach.

I agree and disagree with a lot of posts. It's not that our defense is weak, Its embarrasing. eve a 35-17 loss to KCU would have been semi respectable- but this slaughter????. Coker taught them to accept losing. Shannon taught them to lose Golden not doing much better. I looked at the polls before the season started- I though they were nuts- with a lot of small schools and weak schools at least receiving votes- I guess theos in the know knew more than those of us on the board
1 Same defensive errors game after game.
2 Th OL isn't setting anything on fire either. I think they lost yardage on running plays about 4-5 time in the first half- I couldn't stomach much after that. Coaches get paid a lot- some of that salary goes to have them take the heat. The way we are going look for Ga Tech to score 48 points
just opinion

Fighting IBIS.

Point well taken on Year 1 versus Year 2. What I meant is that this is Golden's second year. Yes, player losses have hurt and we've got a lot of young guys. I hope they continue to make an impact and propel us to a winning record THIS YEAR.

By the way, some creative soul is using the handle, dbc. Don't know who or why. I am not calling for the dumping of coaches. Their task is tough.

I am calling for the reevaluation of coaches if things don't get better. Yes, K-State is a superior team, but are we 39 points worse?

As noted, Wisconsin just dumped one of their offensive coaches after 2 games. And they were beat by the Beavers, 10 - 7.

GO Canes!

There should be at least 5,000 people in attendance for this monster game!!!!

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