It’s a feeling many of us are going through right now. Prospective bosses are pouring over your resume, picking apart your GPA, finding any way to differentiate you from the fresh batch of potential employees vying for the same spot. But for some among us, their resumes are not on paper – they’re on film...
The University of Miami football players received their final opportunity to compete and impress in the 2011 Spring Game on a cloudy, yet humid, Saturday afternoon in Fort Lauderdale’s Lockhart Stadium.
Sports briefs 3/3
Professor Antweil gives his end of the year grades
Here are five football players poised for a breakout season
Justin Antweil recaps all the top stories in the world of UM Athletics that happened in the summer of 2010.
No team in the nation had a harder four-game schedule to start the season than the Hurricanes as they faced top-25 teams.
Professor Antweil assesses how each unit did in 2009
Professor Antweil breaks down each unit from Tuesday's 20-14 loss to Wisconsin.
Randy Shannon did not let his team play down to their opponent last week and got the result. He will need a repeat performance this week.
Randy Shannon managed the game properly and the Canes did not over look this weak opponent. He substituted players in properly and gave the second and third string a fair chance.
With four consecutive nationally televised games to start the season, the Miami Hurricanes spent plenty of time in the spotlight showing off their young talent. But just as important was the opportunity for them to showcase their trademark hairdos.