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Miami Picked to Win ACC Coastal

Miami Picked to Win ACC Coastal

Duke Johnson finished second in ACC Player of the Year voting

GREENSBORO, N.C. The Miami Hurricanes football team was picked to win the ACC Coastal Division in 2013, according to a poll of media members attending this weeks ACC Kickoff at the Grandover Resort.

 

Miami, in year three under head coach Al Golden, picked up 65 first-place votes as the Coastal Division preseason favorite. The Hurricanes accumulated 736 points, more than 80 ahead of second-place Virginia Tech, which picked up 27 first-place votes.

 

Clemson was picked to win the Atlantic Division, picking up 102 first-place votes in the balloting. Clemson was predicted to defeat Miami in the 9th annual Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game by the #ACCKickoff media.

 

Miami RB Duke Johnson, with four votes, placed second to Clemsons Tajh Boyd in the 2013 ACC Preseason Player of the Year voting. Miami QB Stephen Morris also collected a vote.

 

Miami, who returns 19 of 22 total starters from a year ago, opens #CanesCamp on Sat., Aug. 3. Season tickets for the 2013 football season are on sale now. To purchase season tickets, call the UM Athletic Ticket Office at 305-284-2263 or buy online at www.CanesTix.com.

 

For the latest information on the Miami Hurricanes, follow us on Twitter, @MiamiHurricanes, and check out the official football blog, www.theufootball.com.

 

2013 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL PRESEASON POLL

Atlantic Division

  1. Clemson (102) 815
  2. Florida State (18) 731
  3. NC State 490
  4. Wake Forest 392
  5. Maryland 373
  6. Syracuse 320
  7. Boston College 211

 

Coastal Division

  1. Miami (65) 736
  2. Virginia Tech (27) 654
  3. North Carolina (22) 649
  4. Georgia Tech (6) 522
  5. Pitt 313
  6. Virginia 230
  7. Duke 228

 

ACC Player of the Year

  1. Tajh Boyd, Clemson 105
  2. Duke Johnson, Miami 4
  3. Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech 3

Sammy Watkins, Clemson 3

  1. Bryn Renner, UNC 2
  2. Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech 1

Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State 1

Stephen Morris, Miami 1

 

Source: Miami Hurricanes Media



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