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Miami: for the fans
By Times Staff
Published September 1, 2006
COACH: Larry Coker
STAFF: Todd Berry, quarterbacks; Mario Cristobal, offensive line; Clint Hurtt, assistant defensive line; Marques Mosely, wide receivers; Rich Olson, offensive coordinator; John Palermo, defensive line; Joe Pannunzio, tight ends/special teams, Randy Shannon, defensive coordinator; Tim Walton, defensive backs
CONFERENCE: ACC, Coastal Division
CONFERENCE TITLES: Won or tied for the Big East title in 1991-92, 1994-96, 2000-03
NATIONAL TITLES: 1983, 1987, 1989, 1991, 2001
RADIO: WLUV-AM 1470
WEB SITE: hurricanesports. cstv.com
TICKETS: Season tickets in reserved seating are available for $315. Season tickets for general admission seating is $180. Season tickets in the family zone (which admits two adults and three children) are $375. Season tickets in the upper bowl are $250. Individual tickets for all seven home games are available. For information, call (305) 284-2263.
PARKING: Limited. There are season parking passes available for $235 for cars, $450 for RVs. There is parking in Lot 18 (North River Drive) for $7, with a free shuttle to the stadium provided.
DIRECTIONS: From the Miami Airport, take the exit marked Coral Gables/LeJeune Road. Exit onto LeJeune, and just past the overpass, turn right to enter onto Highway 860 East. Immediately after the toll, take the first exit, NW 17th Avenue South.
Take Interstate 95 to 836 West. Take the first exit, NW 12th Avenue. Turn left and cross the bridge. Turn right on NW 7th Street to the Orange Bowl.
Monday Florida State 8
Sept. 9 Florida A&M 7
Sept. 16 at Louisville 3:30
Sept. 30 Houston TBA
Oct. 7 North Carolina TBA
Oct. 14 Fla. International TBA
Oct. 21 at Duke TBA
Oct. 28 at Georgia Tech TBA
Nov. 4 Virginia Tech TBA
Nov. 11 at Maryland TBA
Nov. 18 at Virginia TBA
Nov. 23 Boston College 7:30
3 GAMES TO WATCH
MONDAY VS. FLORIDA STATE
The 'Canes are still seeking their first ACC title. The 'Noles are the defending champs.
SEPT. 16 AT LOUISVILLE
The fireworks fly against the Cardinals. A 3-0 start could give Miami the confidence to make a run at the national crown.
NOV. 4 VS. VIRGINIA TECH
The Hokies have had the Hurricanes' number. Miami needs to re-establish who's boss.
3 STATS TO WATCH
The 'Canes have zero ACC titles, and their faithful are getting restless.
Keep Wright Upright
Miami allowed a league-high 36 sacks last season. Only center Anthony Wollschlager returns on along the offensive line that must protect quarterback Kyle Wright.
Miami gave up only 19 touchdowns on defense, second only to Alabama (15). With six starters back, the 'Canes could have another stifling defense.