After a 200-yard performance, Charleston Rambo in a position to set records at UM – 247Sports

Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo has a chance to have the best single-season by a player at his position in UM history.

Rambo had the most productive game of his college career Saturday against Georgia Tech, catching seven passes for 210 yards and on…….

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Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo has a chance to have the best single-season by a player at his position in UM history.

Rambo had the most productive game of his college career Saturday against Georgia Tech, catching seven passes for 210 yards and one touchdown.

It was the first 200-yard receiving performance since Phillip Dorsett totaled 201 receiving yards against Arkansas Stated in 2014.

Rambo’s game against the Yellow Jackets brought his season totals to 58 receptions for 860 yards and five touchdowns. He now has a chance to challenge Miami’s single-season receiving yards and reception records if he continues to produce at his current pace.

Allen Hurns set Miami’s single-season receiving yards record in 2013 with 1,162 yards.

Here is the breakdown of what Rambo needs to average in order to break that UM record:

– If Rambo is going to break the record during the regular season (12 games): 101.3 yards per game

– If Rambo is going to break the record in 13 games (regular season and a postseason game): 76 yards per game.

– If Rambo is going to break the record in 14 games (regular season, ACC Championship Game, and bowl game): 60.8 yards per game.

If Rambo is able to crack the 1,000 yard mark, it would vault him into elite company on the UM single-season receiving yards list. Only Hurns, 2010 Leonard Hankerson (1,156 yards), 1984 Eddie Brown (1,114 yards), and 2002 Andre Johnson (1,092 yards) have totaled at least 1,000 receiving yards in a single season this year.

In ACC play, with Tyler Van Dyke as the starting quarterback, Rambo has averaged 114 receiving yards per game.

Rambo also has a chance to set Miami’s single-season receptions record.

Leonard Hankerson owns that record while catching 72 passes back in 2010.

If Rambo is going to break that record in the regular season, he needs to average five receptions per game.

In ACC play, Rambo is averaging 6.4 receptions per game.

Florida State’s pass defense has allowed only three pass catchers to crack the 100-yard mark against them this year: Wake Forest’s A.T. Perry (155 yards), North Carolina’s Josh Downs (121 yards), and Notre Dame’s Michael Mayer (120 yards).

Can Rambo be the fourth receiver to crack the 100-yard mark against FSU this week? It is a big key to success for the Hurricanes.

Source: https://247sports.com/college/miami/Article/Miami-Hurricanes-Football-After-a-200-yard-performance-Charleston-Rambo-in-a-position-to-set-records-at-UM-174900133/

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