OBB Snaps: Miami Hurricanes vs. Clemson Tigers

Let’s get into the snap counts in Miami’s 40-10 loss against perennial ACC-powerhouse the Clemson University Tigers.


No    QB (2)                         Yr           Snaps

11     Jacurri Brown          1-Fr        33

13     Jake Garcia               2-Fr        11


4       Jaylan Knighton      3-So       22

21     Henry Parrish          3-So       16


88    Colbie Young            2-So       43

8      Frank Ladson            4-Jr        39

7      Xavier Restrepo       3-So       32

12    Brashard Smith        2-So       5

15    Jacolby George        2-So       3


85    Will Mallory              5-Sr        42

23    Jaleel Skinner           1-Fr        12

18    Kahlil Brantley         2-Fr        4

86    D. Mammarelli         3-Fr        2


74    John Campbell, LT   5-Jr        44

50    L. Seymore, LG         2-Fr        44

53    Jakai Clark, C             4-Jr        44

73    Anez Cooper, RG    1-Fr        44

51    DJ Scaife, RT             5-Sr        44


No    DT (4)                         Yr           Snaps

6      Darrell Jackson         2-So       68

56    Leonard Taylor        2-So       54

91    Jordan Miller            5-Jr        22

44    Antonio Moultrie    6-Sr       9


45    Mitchell Agude        3-So       59

90    Akheem Mesidor    3-So       57

12    Jahfari Harvey          4-So       37

32    Nyjalik Kelly              1-Fr        21

13    Chantz Williams      3-So       14

99    Elijah Roberts           3-So        1


31    Wesley Bissainthe   1-Fr        72

40    Caleb Johnson          6-Sr        61

4      Keontra Smith          4-Jr        19

11    Corey Flagg*             3-So       11


8      DJ Ivey                         5-Sr        85

2      Tyrique Stevenson 4-Jr        84

23    Te’Cory Couch          4-Jr        78

5      Darryl Porter             3-So       6


0       James Williams        2-So       85

24    Kamren Kinchens    2-So       83

15    Avantae Williams    3-Fr        9

*Indicates player dealt with an injury


Offense – Hard to run with a lot of depth on the offense when you’re on the field for only 20 minutes, had 98 yards of offense and ran only 44 snaps. Jacurri Brown got pulled in the second half due to ineffectiveness, leading to some run for Jake Garcia. Coach Gattis rants and raves about how Brashard Smith shouldn’t be seeing the sidelines but yet only has 5 snaps on offense. Make it make sense.

Defense – after another sluggish start, the defense tightened up a bit in the second half. But, at the end of the day, another game, another 40 points given up. I like the snap distribution at DT, letting Jackson and Taylor get the majority of snaps. Wesley Bissainthe counts to see his snap counts go up and I am all for it.  Mario calls him the eraser and he showed it. For true freshman, he looks the part.

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Tony Valdes was born and raised in A-Rod’s hood of Kendall, FL.  As a life-long, die-hard Canes, Dolphins and Marlins fan, his fandom has been tested on many occasions but his passion is always strong – thank God for the Heat.  Other passions include his family, his friends, music, good food and good drinking.  He is one of the Co-Hosts of the “Canes Call In” podcast.

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