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|Nov 13||AT Florida Gulf Coast||L 63-51|
|Nov 16||vs Jacksonville||
|Nov 24||vs Detroit||W 77-62|
|Nov 28||vs Michigan State||
|Dec 1||AT UMASS||W 75-62|
|Dec 14||vs Charlotte||
|Dec 18||AT UCF||W 72-50|
|Dec 23||AT Hawaii||
|Jan 2||vs La Salle||W 76-59|
|Jan 5||AT Georgia Tech||
|Jan 10||AT North Carolina||7:00pm|
|Jan 13||vs Maryland||
|Jan 16||AT Boston College||7:00pm|
|Jan 23||vs Duke||
|Jan 27||vs Florida State||7:00pm|
|Jan 30||AT Virginia Tech||
|Feb 2||AT NC State||
|Feb 5||vs Boston College||7:00pm|
|Feb 9||vs North Carolina||
|Feb 13||AT Florida State||7:00pm|
|Feb 17||AT Clemson||
|Feb 19||vs Virginia||9:00pm|
|Feb 23||AT Wake Forest||
|Feb 27||vs Virginia Tech||7:00pm|
|March 2||AT Duke||
|March 6||vs Georgia Tech||9:00pm|
|March 9||vs Clemson||
University of Miami freshman and ACC Rookie of the Year Duke Johnson was named second-team All-America by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the organization announced Thursday evening.
Johnson was one of five ACC players named to the first or second Walter Camp teams, while becoming Miami’s first Walter Camp All-America selection since OT Eric Winston in 2005. He is also Miami’s first major All-America selection since 2005 (Eric Winston, Brandon Meriweather, Kelly Jennings). He was one of only two freshmen named to the Walter Camp All-America teams, joining Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel.
The Miami, Fla., product enjoyed one of the greatest freshman seasons in Miami history in 2012, amassing 2,060 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns, while breaking Clinton Portis’ 13-year-old school freshman rushing record with 947 yards. Johnson ranks third nationally with a 33.0 yards per kick return average, leading the ACC by 4.0 yards per return. His 892 kick return yards were a single-season record and he also tied the school single-season mark with two kick return for touchdowns.
Johnson, who was named second-team All-ACC as well as the ACC Offensive and Overall Rookie of the Year, set a single-game ACC freshman standard with 368 all-purpose yards Nov. 10 at Virginia, while also placing third in the league with 947 rushing yards and a 78.9 yards-per-game average.
The freshman triple-threat back was named the ACC Rookie of the Week a league-best five times. He was also named third-team All-America as an all-purpose runner by CBSSports.com.
University of Miami freshman Duke Johnson was named both the ACC Offensive and Overall Rookie of the Year by the league’s 12 head coaches, announced Wednesday by the conference office.
For the first time under the auspices of the ACC, the league’s 12 head coaches voted for an All-ACC football team, as well as Players of the Year, Rookies of the Year and a Coach of the Year award. Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own players; first-team selections were worth two points and second-team one point.
Johnson, who was named the ACC Offensive and Overall Rookie of the Year by the ACSMA last week, set a single-game ACC freshman standard with 368 all-purpose yards Nov. 10 at Virginia while also placing third in the league with 947 rushing yards and a 78.9 yards-per-game average.
Johnson is the first Hurricane to win the rookie award following a breakout season in which he broke Clinton Portis' 13-year-old school rushing record for freshmen. In 2008, linebacker Sean Spence was named the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year.
In addition to his rookie honors, Johnson was a second-team All-ACC selection at running back and earned honorable mention as a specialist.
Six other Hurricanes earned All-ACC honorable mention status from the league’s coaches. Junior RT Seantrel Henderson, junior RG Brandon Linder and redshirt sophomore C Shane McDermott received honorable mention on offense, while sophomore DE Anthony Chickillo, sophomore LB Denzel Perryman and senior S Vaughn Telemaque earned honorable mention on defense.
Johnson picked up eight votes in both the Overall and Offensive Rookie of the Year voting, finishing five ahead of Maryland WR Stefon Diggs. Redshirt freshman LB Eddie Johnson finished second in the Defensive Rookie of the Year voting with five votes and third in Overall Rookie of the Year voting with one vote.
Head coach Al Golden tied for third in Coach of the Year voting, receiving one vote along with NC State’s Tom O’Brien and Georgia Tech’s Paul Johnson.
Former Miami Hurricanes and two-time Super Bowl-winning head coach Jimmy Johnson was one of 17 former players and coaches inducted Tuesday into the College Football Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony took place at the historic Waldorf-Astoria during the 55th annual National Football Foundation Awards Dinner.
Johnson is the ninth Miami Hurricane inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, joining Jack Harding (1980), Andy Gustafson (1985), Ted Hendricks (1987), Don Bosseler (1990), Bennie Blades (2006), Arnold Tucker (2008), Gino Torretta (2009) and Russell Maryland (2011). He is the third coach from the Hurricanes to be enshrined, joining Harding and Gustafson.
“Having spent the majority of my career in college, this is a tremendous honor,” Johnson said during Tuesday morning’s press conference. “When I look back … in the entire career, the most fun that I ever had was at the University of Miami.
“This is a tremendous honor and I want to thank everybody for the recognition.”
In his five seasons at UM (1984-88), Johnson compiled a 52-9 record and guided the Canes to the 1987 National Championship. That season, Miami went a perfect 12-0 and defeated six nationally ranked teams, including a 20-14 victory over then-No. 1 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl.
Including his five seasons as the head coach of Oklahoma State, Johnson’s career collegiate record stands at 81-34-3. Johnson left Miami after the 1988 season to replace the legendary Tom Landry as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. His five-year stay in Dallas culminated with back-to-back Super Bowl wins in 1992 and 1993. Johnson is one of just six men to coach consecutive Super Bowl champions.
Also inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame were Charles Alexander (LSU), Otis Armstrong (Purdue), Steve Bartkowski (California), Hal Bedsole (Southern California), Dave Casper (Notre Dame), Ty Detmer (BYU), Tommy Kramer (Rice), Art Monk (Syracuse), Greg Myers (Colorado State), Jonathan Ogden (UCLA), Gabe Rivera (Texas Tech), Mark Simoneau (Kansas State), Scott Thomas (Air Force), John Wooten (Colorado), and coaches Phillip Fulmer (Tennessee) and R.C. Slocum (Texas A&M).