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Season Head coach Conference Season results Bowl result Final ranking
Conference finish Division finish[A 1] Wins Losses Ties Associated Press Poll
[A 2]
USA Today Coaches' Poll
[A 3]
Miami Hurricanes
1926 Howard P. Buck Independent 8 0 0
1927 Independent 3 6 1
1928 Independent 4 4 1
1929 J. Burton Rix SIAA 3 2 0
1930 Ernest E. Brett SIAA 3 4 1
1931 Tom McCann SIAA 4 8 0
1932 SIAA 3 4 1
1933 SIAA 5 1 2
1934 SIAA 5 3 1 Lost Orange Bowl to Bucknell, 26-0 ^
1935 Irl Tubbs SIAA 5 3 0
1936 SIAA 6 2 2
1937 Jack Harding SIAA 4 4 1
1938 * SIAA 1st 8 2 0
1939 SIAA 5 5 0
1940 SIAA 3 7 0
1941 SIAA 8 2 0
1942 Independent 7 2 0
1943 Eddie Dunn Independent 5 1 0
1944 Independent 1 7 1
1945 Jack Harding Independent 9 1 1 Won Orange Bowl against No. 16 Holy Cross, 13–6 ^
1946 Independent 8 2 0
1947 Independent 2 7 1
1948 Andy Gustafson Independent 4 6 0
1949 Independent 6 3 0
1950 Independent 9 1 1 Lost Orange Bowl to No. 10 Clemson, 15–14 ^ 15
1951 Independent 8 3 0 Won Gator Bowl to No. 19 Clemson, 14–0 ^
1952 Independent 4 7 0
1953 Independent 4 5 0
1954 Independent 8 1 0 11 9
1955 Independent 6 3 0 14 18
1956 Independent 9 1 1 6 6
1957 Independent 5 4 1
1958 Independent 2 8 0
1959 Independent 6 4 0
1960 Independent 6 4 0
1961 Independent 7 4 0 Lost Liberty Bowl to No. 14 Syracuse, 15–14 ^ 19
1962 Independent 7 4 0 Lost Gotham Bowl to Nebraska, 36–34 ^ 18
1963 Independent 3 7 0
1964 Charlie Tate Independent 4 5 1
1965 Independent 5 4 1
1966 Independent 8 2 1 Won Liberty Bowl against Virginia Tech, 14–7 ^ 9 10
1967 Independent 7 4 0 Lost Bluebonnet Bowl against Colorado, 26–24 ^ 16
1968 Independent 5 5 0
1969 Independent 4 6 0
1970 Charlie Tate,
Walt Kichefski
Independent 3 8 0
1971 Fran Curci Independent 4 7 0
1972 Independent 5 6 0
1973 Pete Elliott Independent 5 6 0
1974 Independent 6 5 0
1975 Carl Selmer Independent 2 8 0
1976 Independent 3 8 0
1977 Lou Saban Independent 3 8 0
1978 Independent 6 5 0
1979 Howard Schnellenberger Independent 5 6 0
1980 Independent 9 3 0 Won Peach Bowl against Virginia Tech, 20–10 ^ 18 18
1981 Independent 9 2 0 8
1982 Independent 7 4 0
1983 Independent 11 1 0 Won Orange Bowl against No. 1 Nebraska, 31–30 1 1
1984 Jimmy Johnson Independent 8 5 0 Lost Fiesta Bowl to No. 14 UCLA, 39–37 ^ 18
1985 Independent 10 2 0 Lost Sugar Bowl to No. 8 Tennessee, 35–7 ^ 9 8
1986 Independent 11 1 0 Lost Fiesta Bowl to No. 2 Penn State, 14–10 ^ 2 2
1987 Independent 12 0 0 Won Orange Bowl against No. 1 Oklahoma, 20–14 ^ 1 1
1988 Independent 11 1 0 Won Orange Bowl against No. 6 Nebraska, 23–3 ^ 2 2
1989 Dennis Erickson Independent 11 1 0 Won Sugar Bowl against No. 7 Alabama, 33–25 ^ 1 1
1990 Independent 10 2 0 Won Cotton Bowl Classic against No. 3 Texas, 46–3 ^ 3 3
1991 †* Big East 1st 12 0 0 Won Orange Bowl against No. 11 Nebraska, 22–0 ^ 1 2
1992 * Big East 1st 11 1 0 Lost Sugar Bowl to No. 2 Alabama, 34–13 ^ 3 3
1993 Big East 2nd 9 3 0 Lost Fiesta Bowl to No. 16 Arizona, 29–0 ^ 15
1994 * Big East 1st 10 2 0 Lost Orange Bowl to No. 1 Nebraska, 24–17 ^ 6 6
1995 * Butch Davis Big East 1st 8 3 0 20
1996 * Big East 1st 9 3 [A 4] Won Carquest Bowl against No. 19 Virginia, 31–21 ^ 14 14
1997 Big East 5th 5 6
1998 Big East 2nd 9 3 Won Micron PC Bowl against North Carolina State, 46–23 ^ 20 21
1999 Big East 2nd 9 4 Won Gator Bowl against No. 15 Georgia Tech, 28–13 ^ 15 15
2000 * Big East 1st 11 1 Won Sugar Bowl against No. 7 Florida Gators, 37–20 ^ 2 2
2001 †* Larry Coker Big East 1st 12 0 Won Rose Bowl BCS National Championship Game against No. 4 Nebraska, 37–14 ^ 1 1
2002 * Big East 1st 12 1 Lost Fiesta Bowl BCS National Championship Game to No. 2 Ohio State, 31–24 (2 OT) ^ 2 2
2003 * Big East 1st 11 2 Won Orange Bowl against No. 9 Florida State, 16–14 ^ 5 5
2004 ACC 3rd 9 3 Won Peach Bowl against No. 18 Florida ^ 11 11
2005 ACC 2nd 9 3 Lost Peach Bowl to No. 10 LSU, 40–3 ^ 17 18
2006 ACC 4th 7 6 Won MPC Computers Bowl against Nevada, 21–20 ^
2007 Randy Shannon ACC 5th 5 7
2008 ACC 3rd 7 6 Lost Emerald Bowl to California, 24–17 ^
2009 ACC 3rd 9 4 Lost Champs Sports Bowl to No. 25 Wisconsin, 20–14 ^ 19 19
2010 ACC 2nd 7 6 Lost Sun Bowl to Notre Dame, 17–33 ^
2011 Al Golden ACC 5th 6 6
2012 ACC 1st (tied) 7 5
Total 563 316 19 (only includes regular season games)
18 16 (only includes bowl games; 33 appearances)
581 332 19 (all games)
  1. In 2005, the ACC began divisional play in football. Division leaders compete in a playoff game to determine the ACC championship.
  2. The Associated Press began conducting a weekly college football poll in 1936.[1]
  3. The college football coaches' poll has been sponsored by multiple organizations since its creation in 1950. Its current sponsor is USA Today.[2]
  4. Overtime rules in college football were introduced in 1996, making ties impossible in the period since.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Associated Press (Writers and Broadcasters) Final Polls Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Records, NCAA. July 2008. pp. 96–99 Accessed 2009-09-14.
  2. USA Today/ESPN (Coaches) Weekly Poll Leaders Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Records, NCAA. July 2008. pp. 101–105 Accessed 2009-09-14.
  3. Whiteside, Kelly (August 25, 2006). "Overtime system still excites coaches". USA Today. Archived from the original on 2009-09-28. http://www.webcitation.org/5k7ueRNcj. Retrieved 2008-09-29.

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