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Miami Hurricanes wrap up dramatic 2015 football season
Football, Sports

Miami Hurricanes wrap up dramatic 2015 football season

The 2015 Hurricanes didn’t have the success many dreamed of before the season, falling short of claiming the ACC Coastal title. While the Canes didn’t get the trophy they desperately desired, the program certainly had its fair share of ups and downs. Just think back to the absolute craziness of this season. It started with…

Miami can turn the page after Golden firing
Commentary, Sports

Miami can turn the page after Golden firing

Many clamored for it and finally on Sunday night, the deed was done. After months of speculation, criticism and banners flying in the sky, Al Golden was fired. The former Miami headman went just 32-25 and failed to pick up a signature win in his five years in Coral Gables. After the team suffered the…

Canes seek upset win over Clemson Tigers
Football, Sports

Canes seek upset win over Clemson Tigers

When the No. 6 Clemson Tigers (6-0, 3-0) visit Sun Life Stadium on Saturday afternoon, the Hurricanes will be looking for only their second win against a top-10 opponent since 2006. To find the Canes’ last win against a top-10 team, you have to go all the way back to Oct. 3, 2009, when Miami…

Roles have reversed in UM-FSU rivalry
Football, Sports, UM-FSU

Roles have reversed in UM-FSU rivalry

For years and years, Florida State just couldn’t get over the hump. Everyone remembers the Wide Rights and even the Wide Left game, and they became part of the Seminoles’ football identity. While the Miami Hurricanes haven’t had a signature flub like those, the roles in this rivalry have officially been reversed. Saturday night’s 29-24…

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