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Miami Hurricanes release new depth chart for Duke. Few changes, and very minor ones at that.

  Here's the new UM depth chart for Saturday's Duke game (3:30 p.m., ESPNU).

The only changes: all four positions in the secondary have co-starters.

  WEEK 10 DEPTH CHART (as of Nov. 12, 2013)

OFFENSE (PRO)

WR 1 ALLEN HURNS 6-3, 195, Sr.
9 Malcolm Lewis 6-0, 187, So.
80 Rashawn Scott 6-2, 199, Jr.

LT 74 ERECK FLOWERS 6-6, 315, So.
79 Malcolm Bunche 6-7, 327, RJr.

LG 70 JON FELICIANO 6-5, 318, RJr.
79 Malcolm Bunche 6-7, 327, RJr.

C 62 SHANE McDERMOTT –OR– 6-4, 296, Jr.
75 JARED WHEELER 6-5, 319, Sr.

RG 65 BRANDON LINDER 6-6, 319, Sr.
75 Jared Wheeler 6-5, 319, Sr.

RT 77 SEANTREL HENDERSON 6-8, 345, Sr.
65 Brandon Linder 6-6, 319, Sr.

TE 46 CLIVE WALFORD 6-4, 259, RJr.
82 Asante Cleveland 6-5, 260, Sr.
85 Beau Sandland 6-6, 255, Jr.

FB 33 MAURICE HAGENS 5-11, 250, Sr.
44 Walter Tucker 6-0, 226, Fr.

QB 17 STEPHEN MORRIS 6-2, 218, Sr.
11 Ryan Williams 6-5, 223, Jr.

RB 25 DALLAS CRAWFORD 5-10, 194, RSo.
23 Eduardo Clements –OR– 5-9, 192, Sr.
7 Gus Edwards 6-2, 225, Fr.

SLOT 6 HERB WATERS 6-2, 193, So.
9 Malcolm Lewis 6-0, 187, So.

WR 3 STACY COLEY –OR– 6-1, 180, Fr.
6 HERB WATERS 6-2, 193, So.

DEFENSE (4-3)

DE 71 ANTHONY CHICKILLO 6-4, 277, Jr.
90 Ufomba Kamalu 6-6, 285, Jr.

DT 96 CURTIS PORTER –OR– 6-1, 325, Sr.
78 JUSTIN RENFROW 6-6, 320, Sr.
72 Earl Moore 6-1, 304, So.

DT 91 OLSEN PIERRE 6-4, 305, Jr.
93 Luther Robinson 6-3, 296, RSr.

DE 51 SHAYON GREEN 6-3, 264, Sr.
11 David Gilbert 6-4, 256, Sr.

OLB 31 TYRONE CORNILEUS –OR– 6-2, 225, Sr.
36 ALEX FIGUEROA 6-3, 235, Fr.

MLB 59 JIMMY GAINES 6-3, 240, Sr.
56 Raphael Kirby 6-0, 235, So.

OLB 52 DENZEL PERRYMAN 6-0, 240, Jr.
34 Thurston Armbrister 6-3, 233, Jr.

CB 3 TRACY HOWARD –OR– 5-11, 184, So.
21 ANTONIO CRAWFORD 5-11, 187, So.

S 2 DEON BUSH –OR– 6-1, 203, So.
22 KACY RODGERS II 6-2, 212, Sr.

S 26 RAYSHAWN JENKINS –OR– 6-1, 208, So.
30 AJ HIGHSMITH 6-0, 208, Sr.

CB 37 LADARIUS GUNTER –OR– 6-2, 196, Jr.
1 ARTIE BURNS 6-0, 190, Fr.
29 Corn Elder 5-10, 173, Fr.

SPECIALISTS
P 16 PAT O’DONNELL 6-5, 220, Gr.
18 Matt Goudis 6-0, 172, So.

FG 18 MATT GOUDIS 6-0, 172, So.
16 Pat O’Donnell 6-5, 220, Gr.

KO 16 PAT O’DONNELL –OR– 6-5, 220, Gr.
18 MATT GOUDIS 6-0, 172, So.

H 16 PAT O’DONNELL 6-5, 220, Gr.
11 Ryan Williams 6-5, 223, Jr.

LS 57 SEAN MCNALLY 5-10, 200, RJr.
61 Paul Kelly 6-1, 255, RSr.

SS 61 PAUL KELLY 6-1, 255, RSr.
65 Brandon Linder 6-6, 319, Sr.

PR 3 STACY COLEY –AND– 6-1, 180, Fr.
25 DALLAS CRAWFORD 5-10, 196, RSo.

KR 3 STACY COLEY 6-1, 180, Fr.
1 ARTIE BURNS 6-0, 190, Fr.

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HTC, Just clarifying, I was not saying that I ACCEPT Duke or Virginia on the road or at home as being a test, just saying that Duke was able to beat VT on the road, while we lost to them at home.

It isn't acceptance of some process, I am just looking at their records and recent performance and coaching to talent and saying this is not the gimmie that it used to be.

HTC, I agree with Five. Duke is 7 - 2. A formidable opponent, especially on the road. They have beat very good teams like, Troy and Memphis. They destroyed NC Central. Imagine what they can do to us if we are not prepared. This is why Golden came to the U, to play in defining games like Duke. And Pitt. To go into those games fighting for our lives. To boldly go where no UM coach has gone before. These are the tribulations of the Starship Enterprise and the fearsome Captain Onofrio.
But I digress.....
Golden is still the best coach in the Galaxy.
Five do not let the trolls get to you. Prozac is fine but Halcion works better. I know. I use it daily.

Were those fluke negative plays? Yes. But tough teams overcome that. I did not see that 1994 through 2002 toughness from these players on Saturday night.
Posted by: Five Titles | November 12, 2013 at 01:03 PM

Absolutely agree, except you forgot the 91 cotton Bowl. These guys don't seem to be Hurricanes...

Why do you continue to use me for your attacks? I really want to know. Did I hurt you accidentally five years ago and this is why you are still here?

Geez, I apologize. Didn't know it would cause you to go so off the charts. Please stop.

cmon cane fans let win out and get to 10 wins, 5-7 7-5-then 10 and al is right on pace, you cannot win the national title every year, just as nd nebraska oklahoma georgia south carolina florida, fsu, texas texas am michigan oregon ohio state the list goes on and on give al the time and no ncaa nonsense and another two recruiting classes and then hang him but way to early to string him up

What will two more years show that the previous three cannot? Al Golden's teams have not won against one team it was less talented than. Nor has he avoided losing to several teams, per year, that his team was more talented than. One more year, at the most. If he does not win ten plus wins games this year. Next year he will have had four years of coaching his recruits. That has to be a top team or termination.

Exactly Zakkee, what's hilarious is reading how you must support the Penn State prevent scheme implementing losers or you are not a Hurricane fan. If the team plays like a mediocre, uninspired, turnover plagued, sleepwalking zombie, that's because Alverage put his fingerprint on them. Nobody, repeat, nobody, will hire him away from UM because better coaches are slumming it as we speak in non-automatic qualifier conferences. UM goes nowhere until Alverage realizes, he's neither the smartest guy in the room, or better than his career record and makes a philosophical change he's incapable of doing, because he feels like he'd be denigrating the legacy of the the guy who protected Sandusky from exposure as a pedophile predator given free range of the Happy Valley locker-room and campus. Blake will have to step in and show some sack here that the PSU administration never did until they had their hand forced.

Meanwhile, UM basketball, work in progress that it is this season, kept fighting and refused to quit in the face of adversity last night, when they return NOTHING outside of Rion Brown. Very proud of that program and can't wait to see what they can build this season onto the back of the bar they rose for themselves during the last one.

Yeah I have to agree with some, normally Duke would be an afterthought, but the DID beat VT at their place and they gave us fits last year as well, so we are going to have our hands full. What Canes team will show up, the swarming D from the UF game, or the sleep walking one from the VT game?

Hey Champ Cane - You may be right about Sumlin, but let's see how he does when Johnny Football leaves. Are you happy with the defense his team plays.? They are about as bad as it gets.

I mean I honestly don't understand DNO. He HAS to know how BAD his D is, and yet it's like he NEVER makes any adjustments to change it. Am I wrong? Is there something I don't see? Is it on the kids, and they just don't listen, or are we just that bad?

I usually look forward to the Hurricanes football season each year but not next year, for the first time in 53 yrs. It doesn't look like we're going to be very good for some years and I'm running out of time. If these coaches were going to be good we'd have seen some evidence of it by now. They may be great guys, but as we all know, great guys don't promise great coaches. It may just be Al is in over his head at a great University like Miami. Three years is enough time for any coach to show what he's made of.

5-titles, I am not sure who you are referring to, but I believe there are way more than ONE Golden doubter here. For a couple of years now, most have defended him against some others and their lists. Like it or not, sat. night, those lists became more a reality than the thought of winning under Golden. FSU was an expected loss, but to regress to what we saw all of last season, is(should be) unacceptable. To say we don't have talent to at least be competitive is just an excuse. Actually it is a LIE. Personally, I wanted Shannon gone after the OB game. I knew it would take time for him, but that was unacceptable even after one year. This is year 3 for Al, and little results as far as progress. It doesn't take 5 years to make changes for the better, at least to be competitive in a very soft conference.

Texas A & M does have a huge endowment and is remodeling it's stadium. But the University of Texas get's the lion's share of all the talent in Texas. Neither program is dominate on defense. Even with the supposed talent in Texas. Kevin Sumlin has a very, very, impressive resume prior to Johnny Manziel. And has a supposed great talent at quarterback in the wings.

What proof do you have that Al Golden, who has never beat a better team, will do so in two more years? Along with that, why does he deserve two much years, when he has not done it in three and two thirds of a season?

cfl, the post you are referring to was not by me, they just used, or in this case misused, my ID.

Still, you are right, there are more than one Golden doubter here. I have some doubts about him, though seeing him take full responsibility for the loss in the more recent thread was good to see.

5-titles, I would rather know he is making "adjustments" to make this team better than worrying about a few boo's in the stands. With what the nation saw sat night, a few boo's were needed. I don't agree with the booing your own team, never have, but it can be hard to watch sometimes.

I will admit it takes more than 3 years to rebuild and RS got booted on the strenth of the allegations, you knew but didn't enforce anything. Talent wise only place lacking is Dfront and thats pivotal. Line backers can stand some work, but not 52 its hard to come up from 10 plus yards and make plays, now factor in a wet field. Trust me I'm sick of the efense to. But we have to look over at the offense troubles to. 3rd downs are horrible. We run to primary sets, why are we running the ball from a pistol or shotgun with a qb that everyone knows is not a option or threat to run the ball. A draw I can envision, but not a dive or this dreadful zone blocking scheme, it makes the line lazy passing dlinemen down to the next olinman thinking he will make the block. It's just like our zone defense it doesn't work if the effort is not there. So Y keep calling either, make them man up and give them assignments. If they can't handle head up assignments there's no way in hell they can handle a zone assignment cause it takes sound discipline. I'll give up a quick slant over played tight than a slant with with a ten yard cushion. Better to be beat deep than underneath 5 yard pass that turns out to be a 95 yard score. Tighten UP

Lotta good posts in this article thread.

"Were those fluke negative plays? Yes. But tough teams overcome that." - great point, PA91

Like "Basketball" pointed out - Larranaga coaches the talent he has.

I grew up watching UTEP basketball, where Don Haskins took mediocre and subpar talent and made UTEP a champion and in his later years, a perennial NCAA and NIT tourney qualifier.

Basketball to football, apples and oranges a bit, but....not too far a stretch.

AG doesn't know how to beat a better team yet. The record doesn't lie. Like with RS, we have the talent to "overachieve," we just don't.

It's strange to hear and think at times that we have been "overachieving."

Thought the VT game was a true benchmark.
Now it's Duke? I guess so.

Win or lose this next game, AG and DNO have to know that the honeymoon ended last Saturday. Coley still gets a 1st year playcalling pass...

Credit Golden for sticking through the NCAA debacle. Shame on UM for not letting him know prior to hire...

Credit AG for the recruiting he has managed so far.
Credit AG for being a perfect pitchman with the media and fanbase - it is a vast improvement over RS...

However, I strongly contend an 8-4 regular season is absolutely no better than last year, given the schedule and the supposed development and experience.

9-3 is the least we could reasonably expect.

9-4 or 10-3 with a bowl - depends on the game.

7-6 or 8-5 is utter failure and demands....SOMETHING done on the coaching staffs.

Art Kehoe is such an underachiever. I know he's a lifer but his guys just don't get it done. Big , good guys and we don't run well or pass block well.

People on these post have no football IQ PLEASE DON'T POST IF YIU HAVE NO IDEA ON HOW FOOTBALL WORKS!

The topic of this blog was "Release of Depth Chart". Therefore, the expected outcome of our defensive and offensive schemes will be the same. Morris in the shot-gun running a zone read off tackle, and Duke defensive staff knows he will not keep the ball and run. On second down, Morris will play-action and look deep for Hurns or Coley. However, the back and tight end are open, but he forces the throw deep. We will make some great plays in this game based on talent...not scheme offensively.
Now to the defensive side of the ball: 4 DL engaging...not disengaging; LBs 10 yards off ball and inside the tackles...easy to find by offensive linemen; and CBs 10-12 yards off the receivers. Oh by the way our free safety still thinks that the offensive may punt on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd downs...so he must remain 35 yards deep. But, the defense will make some positive plays too.
Due to talent and big plays...Miami 34 and Duke 27.

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