Hurricanes Travel North To Battle FAU Saturday Night On National Television
By Space Coast Daily // September 11, 2015
Broadcasted on Fox Sports 1 at 8 p.m.
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.