** Miami obviously won big Saturday night. One of the best moments was watching Malek Young give out the Turnover Chain. It is only right that Miami’s first recipient of the chain is the one handing it out.
** Miami’s new Turnover Chain is rumored to be valued at $98,456
Miami’s new turnover chain costs $98,456 pic.twitter.com/FyNQLBh6nG— Jay Wimbrow (@jaywimbrow) September 9, 2018
** If Saturday was any indication towards Lorenzo Lingard’s future, we should all be extremely excited. I would expect for him get carries on Saturday against Toledo after his performance on Saturday.
Lorenzo Lingard's 64-yard rush against Savannah State on Saturday was the longest rush by a true freshman running back at Miami since Duke Johnson had a 65-yard carry in his freshman season finale vs. Duke (Nov. 24, 2012). pic.twitter.com/5J4UkWCtbR— Camron Ghorbi (@CamronGhorbi) September 10, 2018
** True freshman Tight End’s Will Mallory and Brevin Jordan caught the first touchdown’s of their Miami Hurricanes career in Miami’s 77-0 route of Savannah State, who is now being outscored 139-0 on the season.
** In Cody Thompson, Diontae Johnson, and Jon’Vea Johnson, Toledo will have three receivers with over 1000 career yards. Each one of them has also had a season of over ten touchdown receptions and all three had a touchdown reception in Toledo’s opener. The Miami Hurricanes secondary needs to be ready for a serious test. Kickoff is set for 12:00 P.M. Eastern Time
** Toledo quarterback Mitchell Guadagni will be making his first career start against an FBS school when Miami rolls into town. Guadagni went 11-16 for 253 yards and three touchdowns in Toledo’s 66-3 win over the Virginia Military Institute.
**Miami Connection — Toledo Rockets wide receiver Desmond Phillips was once a Miami Hurricane commit. Phillips is a Miami Jackson graduate who flipped to Miami from Toledo before eventually switching his commitment back to Toledo. He has 171 career receiving yards and two touchdowns.
** Miami-FIU was officially announced as a 3:30 PM start that will be picked up by either ESPN, ESPN 2, or ESPNU. There will be easy access to watch on television for our Canes fans around the nation.
And that’s all for today. Five days until we beat Toledo! Go Canes!