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Miami’s seniors hit the field for final home game
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Miami’s seniors hit the field for final home game

At noon Saturday, the Miami Hurricanes (7-3, 3-3 ACC) will kick off at Sun Life Stadium for the final time this season against the Virginia Cavaliers (2-8, 0-6 ACC). Despite the heartbreak of three consecutive losses, this game is not about the rankings or national media attention, but rather a celebration of 26 Hurricanes marching…

Hokies outplay Hurricanes through storm
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Hokies outplay Hurricanes through storm

  In the dismal rain, the Miami Hurricanes (No. 24 AP as of Sunday) failed to preserve their perfect home record and fell to the Virginia Tech Hokies, 42-24. With Saturday’s loss, the Hurricanes drop to 7-2 overall, 3-2 in the ACC and squandered their best chance to clinch the Coastal Division title. The game…

Canes erupt in fourth quarter to down GT
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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…

Nonconference schedule ends with blowout
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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
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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…

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…

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UM-USF Matchups

I’m not going to make too much of a tough game for Jacory Harris against Florida State. He went up against one of the best pass rushing teams in the nation, who also have playmakers in the secondary like Lamarcus Joyne

National champions motivate today’s Canes
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National champions motivate today’s Canes

As this year’s Miami Hurricanes played their final scrimmage of the spring, the future of a new season, coach, and set of expectations took a backseat to recognizing the past. Members of the 2001 national championship team took midfield during halftime to be acknowledged for the 10th anniversary of what some consider to be the greatest Hurricane team of all time. But they were not alone – not by a long shot.

Shannon fired, Hocutt seeks replacement
Football

Shannon fired, Hocutt seeks replacement

Jon Gruden would fit the bill perfectly and he is reportedly UM’s No. 1 choice. He is a Florida native and a former Super Bowl winning coach. Gruden is known as a winner. His charm and demeanor should instantly draw the message board posters out of their basements and into the empty orange seats at Sun Life Stadium. But to lure Gruden’s fiery attitude and infectious personality, Miami will have pay top notch dollars. Gruden currently enjoys a lucrative contract with ESPN where he appears as an analyst on “Monday Night Football.” Gruden also still collects severance pay from his former employer, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which fired him in 2008.

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