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A look at Miami’s snap distribution vs. Pittsburgh

Snap counts can tell us a lot about how a coaching staff views the players on offense and defense. 

Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh featured numerous young players that saw an elevated snap count against Pitt compared to the first four games of the season. 

The Miami Hurricanes won a hard fought game over a tough Pittsburgh team, 31-19.

Quarterback D’Eriq King threw for 222 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions while completing 16-of-31 passes. He also ran the ball for 32 yards on 11 carries.

Mark Pope led the Hurricanes with five receptions that went for 46 yards. Mallory led UM in receiving yards with 51 on two receptions.

Defensively, the Hurricanes did an excellent job of bowing up in the red-zone, forcing four field goals when Pitt entered that territory. Miami did a nice job of stopping Pitt’s rushing attack, limiting the Panthers to 22 yards on 26 carries. UM finished the game with nine tackles for loss.

Safety Gurvan Hall led UM’s defense with eight tackles. Defensive end Quincy Roche finished the game with four tackles for loss, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery.

Read on for a look at the snap counts on offense and defense, according to Pro Football Focus. 


D’Eriq King: 78 Snaps


Cam’Ron Harris: 49 snaps

Jaylan Knighton: 22 snaps

Don Chaney Jr.: Eight snaps

Robert Burns: Six snaps


Dee Wiggins: 42 snaps

Mark Pope: 41 snaps

Mike Harley: 57 snaps

Keyshawn Smith: 33 snaps

Jeremiah Payton: 32 snaps

Xavier Restrepo: seven snaps

Michael Redding: six snaps


Will Mallory: 69 snaps

Larry Hodges: ten snaps

Dominic Mammarelli: eight snaps


John Campbell: 78 snaps

Jakai Clark: 78 snaps

Corey Gaynor: 78 snaps

DJ Scaife: 78 snaps

Jarrid Williams: 78 snaps


Quincy Roche: 62 snaps

Jaelan Phillips: 60 snaps

Jahfari Harvey: 17 snaps

Cameron Williams: 15 snaps


Nesta Jade Silvera: 37 snaps

Jon Ford: 33 snaps

Jordan Miller: 31 snaps

Jared Harrison-Hunte: 31 snaps

Jalar Holley: two snaps


Bradley Jennings: 40 snaps

Zach McCloud: 44 snaps

Sam Brooks: 33 snaps

Corey Flagg: 23 snaps

Keontra Smith: eight snaps

Ryan Ragone: two snaps


Al Blades Jr: 68 snaps

DJ Ivey: 63 snaps

Te’Cory Couch: 53 snaps


Amari Carter: 55 snaps

Gurvan Hall: 53 snaps

Bubba Bolden: 60 snaps

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