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Canes to fill positions after loss of valuable players
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Canes to fill positions after loss of valuable players

Although the University of Miami won’t play between the hash marks of the Hard Rock Stadium until the fall, the third week of spring practice has begun at Greentree Practice Fields with hopes of answering some of the biggest questions surrounding the Hurricanes’ offense. The most pressing question is who will replace Miami’s all-time passing…

10 early football recruits enroll for spring semester
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10 early football recruits enroll for spring semester

Hurricanes football may be in the off-season, but the program is already making moves for the future. According to a HurricaneSports press release, Miami welcomes 10 early enrollees from the 2017 recruiting class, seven of whom are from Florida. The recruits are enrolled as full-time students this semester while participating in off-season conditioning to prepare…

Brad Kaaya to enter 2017 NFL Draft
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Brad Kaaya to enter 2017 NFL Draft

He began as the first true freshman to start in a UM season opener since 2008. He ended ranked as the all-time leading passer in Miami history with 9,968 passing yards. Junior quarterback Brad Kaaya made a huge impact on the program and on the school, and now he is leaving for the NFL. “I…

Breaking down the Hurricanes season by the numbers
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Breaking down the Hurricanes season by the numbers

As the Miami Hurricanes prepare to battle No. 16 West Virginia in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, let’s crunch some numbers to see how the Canes performed throughout the season. Miami (8-4, 5-3) had a sandwich season with four losses stuffed between a set of four wins. Looking at the scores throughout each game,…

Potential Tier I bowl game matchups for the Canes
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Potential Tier I bowl game matchups for the Canes

The Miami Hurricanes may not be playing for the BCS national title or in a New Year’s Six bowl game, but the team is bowl eligible for the fourth straight season. By staying undefeated in the month of November, the Canes have put themselves in prime position for a Tier I bowl game; therefore, Miami…

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