Miami put roughly the same amount of points on the board per game (34.1) as Bethune-Cookman allowed (36.3) last season.
Last season Bethune-Cookman forced one turnover, compared to the 17 times Miami turned the ball over.
Bethune-Cookman’s average points scored last season, 24.5, was 3.9 fewer than the 28.4 Miami allowed.
Bethune-Cookman turned the ball over three times last season, while Miami had 11 takeaways.
Miami Players to Watch
Tyler Van Dyke had a passing stat line last year of 2,931 passing yards with a 62.3% completion rate (202-of-324), 25 touchdowns, six interceptions, and an average of 244.3 yards per game.
Jaylan Knighton went to work last year, rushing for 561 yards on 145 carries (46.8 yards per game) and scoring eight touchdowns. Knighton collected 23.3 receiving yards per game with 20 catches for 280 yards and three touchdowns as well.
Cam’Ron Harris racked up 409 yards on 71 carries (34.1 ypg), with five rushing touchdowns last season.
In the previous season, Charleston Rambo amassed 79 receptions for 1,172 yards and seven touchdowns. He averaged 97.7 yards per game.
Mike Harley amassed 543 yards on 57 grabs with five touchdowns. He averaged 45.3 receiving yards per game last year.
Keyshawn Smith’s stat line last year looked like this: a total of 405 yards, 33 catches, three touchdowns, and 33.8 yards per game.
Bethune-Cookman Players to Watch
Shannon Patrick completed 53.8% of his passes to throw for 1,328 yards and nine touchdowns last season.
Que’Shaun Byrd tallied 589 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the ground in addition to 180 receiving yards and zero touchdowns through the air during last year’s campaign.
Last season Jimmie Robinson III rushed for 20.7 yards per game. He also scored six touchdowns.
Kemari Averett averaged 79.6 receiving yards and collected 10 receiving touchdowns over the course of the 2021 season.
Darryl Powell Jr. grabbed two touchdowns and had 471 receiving yards (42.8 ypg) in 2021.