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Canes erupt in fourth quarter to down GT
Football, Sports

Canes erupt in fourth quarter to down GT

There is a hurricane watch that has the nation’s eyes on South Florida, but it has nothing to do with the weather. In their first conference matchup of the season, the Miami Hurricanes (5-0, 1-0 ACC) defeated Georgia Tech 45-30 Saturday. The Canes have won the last five meetings with the Yellow Jackets (3-2, 2-2…

Golden has high praise for GT ahead of Saturday’s game
Football, Sports

Golden has high praise for GT ahead of Saturday’s game

Entering their first ACC matchup, the No. 14 Miami Hurricanes host the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Saturday at Sun Life Stadium. The Yellow Jackets lead the overall series between the schools 10-8, but Miami has won the last four meetings. Coach Al Golden spoke to the media about the upcoming challenges and excitement as Miami…

Nonconference schedule ends with blowout
Football, Sports

Nonconference schedule ends with blowout

Stephen Morris posted his highest offensive output of the year on Saturday – and he only lasted 18 minutes. The Canes rolled past South Florida 49-21, giving Miami its first 4-0 start since 2004. Morris was 11-of-16 passing for 222 yards and two touchdowns. He displayed pinpoint accuracy with an off-balance throw that snuck into…

Miami faces first road test in Tampa
Football, Sports

Miami faces first road test in Tampa

The No. 15 Hurricanes are on the road to Tampa for their first road game of the season. Miami (3-0) will face the University of South Florida at noon Saturday. With three wins under their belts – Florida Atlantic, University of Florida and Savannah State – the Hurricanes will look to tighten up some loose…

Canes hang record 77 points on overmatched Tigers
Football, Sports

Canes hang record 77 points on overmatched Tigers

Duke Johnson opened Saturday night with a 95-yard kickoff return, so Hurricane fans knew what they were in for early on. Miami defeated the Savannah State Tigers 77-7, breaking the university’s single-game points record. Though the game marked coach Al Golden’s largest victory margin, he showed respectful sportsmanship in an agreement with Savannah State coach…

Canes overpower Florida Atlantic in season opener
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Canes overpower Florida Atlantic in season opener

  Duke Johnson ran wild over the Florida Atlantic University Owls as the Canes posted a 34-6 win in their season opener. The sophomore sensation had 186 yards on the ground, plus a 38-yard reception. Johnson also hurdled a defender and broke free on a 53- yard touchdown run. 50,151 fans created a lot of…

First two weeks to define Canes’ season
Commentary, Football

First two weeks to define Canes’ season

When news broke about the NCAA’s investigation into the University of Miami, Al Golden was entering his first year as the Hurricanes’ head coach. His team was coming off a disappointing 7-6 season, and a cloud of uncertainty hovered over the program. Now just days away from his third season, Golden fields a veteran team…

Opinion

Loss disappointing, but outlook bright

During a stretch that has them on top of the ACC Coastal Division, UM’s football team headed to Soldier Field to fight  the luck of the Irish on Saturday night in Chi-town. But they did not come home with a pot of gold. Instead, they got crushed. And of course, social media and sports commentators…

Opinion

Golden faces inevitable Penn State speculation

While at Penn State, Al Golden was a three-year letter winner, two-year starter at tight end, a team captain, and later the linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator. In the middle of the Penn State scandal, the media has deemed Golden a candidate with the perfect roots  to replace recently-fired head coach Joe Paterno. However, it…

Football, Sports

Golden’s process a work in progress

Miami has run out of options, run out of last-ditch hopes. All that remain are a few guarantees. The only guarantees the Hurricanes have for the season’s last two games, including this Saturday’s matchup against South Florida, aren’t very positive. Miami won’t finish the season with a win against Florida State, won’t earn a trip…

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