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List of Miami Hurricanes football seasons

The following is the list of Miami Hurricanes football seasons by Miami Hurricanes football program.

Year Coach Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
Howard P. Buck (Independent) (1927–1928)
1927 Buck 3–6–1
1928 Buck 4–4–1
J. Burton Rix (SIAA) (1929–1929)
1929 Rix 3–2
Ernest E. Brett (SIAA) (1930–1930)
1930 Brett 3–4–1
Tom McCann (SIAA) (1931–1934)
1931 McCann 4–8
1932 McCann 4–3–1 W Palm Festival
1933 McCann 5–1–2 L Palm Festival
1934 McCann 5–3–1 L Orange
Irl Tubbs (SIAA) (1935–1936)
1935 Tubbs 5–3
1936 Tubbs 6–2–2
Jack Harding (SIAA) (1937–1941)
1937 Harding 4–4–1
1938 Harding 8–2
1939 Harding 5–5
1940 Harding 3–7
1941 Harding 8–2
Jack Harding (Independent) (1942–1942)
1942 Harding 7–2
Eddie Dunn (Independent) (1943–1944)
1943 Dunn 5–1
1944 Dunn 1–7–1
Jack Harding (Independent) (1945–1947)
1945 Harding 9–1–1 W Orange
1946 Harding 8–2
1947 Harding 2–7–1
Andy Gustafson (Independent) (1948–1963)
1948 Gustafson 4–6
1949 Gustafson 6–3
1950 Gustafson 9–1–1 L Orange 16 15
1951 Gustafson 8–3 W Gator
1952 Gustafson 4–7
1953 Gustafson 4–5
1954 Gustafson 8–1
1955 Gustafson 6–3 18 14
1956 Gustafson 8–1–1
1957 Gustafson 5–4–1
1958 Gustafson 2–8
1959 Gustafson 6–4
1960 Gustafson 6–4
1961 Gustafson 7–4 L Liberty
1962 Gustafson 7–4 L Gotham
1963 Gustafson 3–7
Charlie Tate (Independent) (1964–1970)
1964 Tate 4–5–1
1965 Tate 5–4–1
1966 Tate 8–2–1 W Liberty 10 9
1967 Tate 7–4 L Bluebonnet
1968 Tate 5–5
1969 Tate 4–6
1970 Tate/Kichefski 3–8
Fran Curci (Independent) (1971–1972)
1971 Curci 4–7
1972 Curci 5–6
Pete Elliott (Independent) (1973–1974)
1973 Elliott 5–6
1974 Elliott 6–5
Carl Selmer (Independent) (1975–1976)
1975 Selmer 2–8
1976 Selmer 3–8
Lou Saban (Independent) (1977–1978)
1977 Saban 3–8
1978 Saban 6–5
Howard Schnellenberger (Independent) (1979–1983)
1979 Schnellenberger 5–6
1980 Schnellenberger 9–3 W Peach 18 18
1981 Schnellenberger 9–2 I 8
1982 Schnellenberger 7–4
1983 Schnellenberger 11–1 W Orange 1 1
Jimmy Johnson (Independent) (1984–1988)
1984 Johnson 8–5 L Fiesta NR 18
1985 Johnson 10–2 L Sugar 8 9
1986 Johnson 11–1 L Fiesta 2 2
1987 Johnson 12–0 W Orange 1 1
1988 Johnson 11–1 W Orange 2 2
Dennis Erickson (Independent) (1989–1990)
1989 Erickson 11–1 W Sugar 1 1
1990 Erickson 10–2 W Cotton 3 3
Dennis Erickson (Big East) (1991–1994)
1991 Erickson 12–0 2–0 1st W Orange 2 1
1992 Erickson 11–1 4–0 1st L Sugar 3 3
1993 Erickson 9–3 6–1 2nd L Fiesta 15 15
1994 Erickson 10–2 7–0 1st L Orange 6 6
Butch Davis (Big East) (1995–2000)
1995 Davis 8–3 6–1 1st I 20
1996 Davis 9–3 6–1 1st W Carquest 14 14
1997 Davis 5–6 3–4 5th
1998 Davis 9–3 5–2 2nd W MicronPC 21 20
1999 Davis 9–4 6–1 2nd W Gator 15 15
2000 Davis 11–1 7–0 1st W Sugar 2 2
Larry Coker (Big East) (2001–2003)
2001 Coker 12–0 7–0 1st W Rose 1 1
2002 Coker 12–1 7–0 1st L Fiesta 2 2
2003 Coker 11–2 6–1 1st W Orange 5 5
Larry Coker (ACC) (2004–2006)
2004 Coker 9–3 5–3 3rd W Peach 11 11
2005 Coker 9–3 6–2 2nd Coastal L Peach 18 17
2006 Coker 7–6 3–5 4th Coastal W MPC Computers
Randy Shannon (ACC) (2007–2010)
2007 Shannon 5–7 2–6 5th Coastal
2008 Shannon 7–6 4–4 3rd Coastal L Emerald
2009 Shannon 9–4 5–3 3rd Coastal L Champs Sports 19 19
2010 Shannon 7–6 5–3 2nd Coastal L Sun
Al Golden (ACC) (2011–present)
2011 Golden 6–6 3–5 5th Coastal
2012 Golden 7–5 5–3 T-1st Coastal Ineligible
2013 Golden 9–4 5–3 T-2nd Coastal L Russell Athletic
2014 Golden 6–6 3–5 Coastal
Total: 590–335–19
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance, Bowl Coalition, or College Football Playoff (CFP) game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.

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References

  1. ^ CFRC College Football Database - Miami (Fla.). Retrieved 2013-Dec-05.
  2. ^ NationalChamps.net - Miami. Retrieved 2013-Dec-05.

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