Hurricanes Travel North To Battle FAU Saturday Night On National Television

By  //  September 11, 2015

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Broadcasted on Fox Sports 1 at 8 p.m.

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As the University of Miami football team travels to FAU for its first road game of the year, here are some things to watch for Friday night in Boca Raton. (HurricaneSports Image)

CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA (HurricaneSports.com) – As the University of Miami football team travels to FAU for its first road game of the year, here are some things to watch for Friday night in Boca Raton.

-Miami will look to tally its 603rd all-time victory.

-The Hurricanes will be in search of their 21st 2-0 start since 1980.

-Miami will look to improve to 112-70-6 all-time against teams from the state of Florida. The Hurricanes hold a winning record against every FBS school in the state of Florida.

-Last week against Bethune-Cookman, the Hurricanes scored over 40 points for the 17th time in the Al Golden era. Miami owns

-Miami will be in search of its second-consecutive shutout since 1996. The Hurricanes posted back-to-back shutouts against Rutgers and Pittsburgh.

-Sophomore quarterback Brad Kaaya will look to tally a touchdown pass in his 15th-consecutive pass. The only FBS quarterbacks with longer active streaks are TCU’s Trevone Boykin, WKU’s Brandon Doughty and Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott.

-Kaaya, offensive lineman Danny Isidora and linebacker Raphael Kirby will look to tally their 14th-consecutive starts.

-Senior safety Deon Bush will look to tally his 22nd career start. No Hurricane has started more games than Bush.


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