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1951 Miami Hurricanes football team

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1951 Miami Hurricanes football
Miami Hurricanes logo.svg
Gator Bowl champion
Gator Bowl, W 14–0 vs. Clemson
1951 record8–3
Head coachAndy Gustafson (4th season)
Home stadiumBurdine Stadium
(Capacity: 64,552)
← 1950
1952 →

The 1951 Miami Hurricanes football team represented the University of Miami for the 1951 college football season. The Hurricanes played their home games at the Burdine Stadium in Miami, Florida. The team was coached by Andy Gustafson, in his fourth year as head coach for the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes participated in the Gator Bowl, in a post-season matchup against Clemson. The Hurricanes won 14–0.

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September 29at TulaneL 7–21-
October 5Florida StateW 35–13-
October 12Purdue
  • Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 7–0-
October 19Washington and Lee
  • Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 32–12-
October 26Ole Miss
  • Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 20–7-
November 3at No. 14 KentuckyNo. 19L 0–32-
November 9Chattanooga
  • Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
W 34–7-
November 17Florida
W 21–6-
November 30Nebraska
W 19–732,283
December 7Pittsburgh
  • Burdine Stadium
  • Miami, FL
L 7–21-
January 1vs. ClemsonW 14–034,577[1]
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game



  1. ^ Gator Bowl Attendance
  2. ^ "1951 Football Schedule". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved November 16, 2016.

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