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1941 Miami Hurricanes football team

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1941 Miami Hurricanes football
Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
ConferenceIndependent
1941 record8–2
Head coachJack Harding (5th season)
Home stadiumRoddy Burdine Stadium
(Capacity: 35,030)
Seasons
← 1940
1942 →
1941 Southern college football independents records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Virginia         8 1 0
No. 10 Navy         7 1 1
Miami (FL)         8 2 0
Georgetown         5 4 0
Louisville         4 4 0
Oglethorpe         3 3 0
West Virginia         4 6 0
Georgia Teachers         2 8 0

The 1941 Miami Hurricanes football team was an American football team that represented the University of Miami as an independent during the 1941 college football season. In their fifth season under head coach Jack Harding, the Hurricanes compiled an 8–2 record and outscored opponents by a total of 162 to 54. The team's victories included games against Texas Tech (6–0), South Carolina (7–6), and VMI (10–7); its losses were to Florida (0–14) and Alabama (7–21). The team was not ranked in the 1941 NCAA football rankings.[1]

The Hurricanes played nine of their ten games at Roddy Burdine Stadium in Miami. The Florida–Miami football rivalry game was played on a Saturday night, and the other home games were played on Friday nights.

Key players included halfback Russell Coates.

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Schedule

DateTimeOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
October 3ElonW 38–016,000[2]
October 108:00 pmat TampaW 20–67,500[3][4]
October 17Rollins
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 21–018,000[5]
October 24Samford
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 19–012,000[6]
October 31Texas Tech
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 6–025,000[7][8]
November 7West Virginia Wesleyan
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 34–019,284[9]
November 15Florida
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL (rivalry)
L 0–1431,731[10][11]
November 21South Carolina
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 7–617,210[12][13]
November 288:15 pmNo. 18 Alabama
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
L 7–2126,000[14][15]
December 5VMI
  • Roddy Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 10–719,544[16]

References

  1. ^ "1941 Miami (FL) Hurricanes Stats". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "Miami easily wins over Elon". St. Petersburg Times. United Press. October 4, 1941. p. 11.
  3. ^ Pete Norton (October 11, 1941). "Miami Wins, 20 To 6, Over Tampa U.: Hurricanes Defeat Spartans In Rough Game Before 7500". Tampa Morning Tribune. pp. 9, 11 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ "Miami tops Tampa U." St. Petersburg Times. Associated Press. October 11, 1941.
  5. ^ "Miami trims Rollins, 21-0". St. Petersburg Times. United Press. October 18, 1941. p. 11.
  6. ^ "Miami wins, 19-0". St. Petersburg Times. United Press. October 25, 1941. p. 12.
  7. ^ Guy Butler (November 1, 1941). "Hurricane Stock Hits New High With Brilliant Upset Of Texans". The Miami News. p. 6 – via Newspapers.com.
  8. ^ "Texas Tech surprised by Miami". St. Petersburg Times. Associated Press. November 1, 1941. p. 11.
  9. ^ "Miami whips Virginians". St. Petersburg Times. United Press. November 8, 1941. p. 12.
  10. ^ Guy Butler (November 16, 1941). "Gator Passes Down U. of M." The Miami News. pp. 1A, 2C – via Newspapers.com.
  11. ^ "Florida knocks out Miami gridders, 14-0". Tuscaloosa News. (Alabama). Associated Press. November 16, 1941. p. 6.
  12. ^ Guy Butler (November 22, 1941). "Petroski's Kick Gives U.M. Upset Triumph Over S.C., 7 to 6". The Miami News. p. 9 – via Newspapers.com.
  13. ^ "Miami tops South Carolina". St. Petersburg Times. Associated Press. November 22, 1941. p. 12.
  14. ^ "Tiders await 7:15 pm kickoff". Tuscaloosa News. (Alabama). November 28, 1941. p. 11.
  15. ^ "Tiders return at 10 tonight". Tuscaloosa News. (Alabama). November 30, 1941. p. 6.
  16. ^ "Miami beats VMI, 10-7". St. Petersburg Times. United Press. December 6, 1941. p. 11.
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