Audrey Cleary, a University of Miami licensed clinical psychologist, spoke with The Miami Hurricane about why putting your phone down for a bit to focus on the world around you might not sound as bad as you think.
Less than a week after a season-worst 27-point loss to Georgia Tech, the Miami Hurricanes suffered a nearly equally devastating defeat, this time to in-state rival Florida State.
In just the second game of the season, a 13-inning thriller ended in a 10-9 victory for Miami over the nation’s top-ranked team.
‘That was the worst feeling ever’: Miami looking for redemption in opening series of 2021 after getting swept by Gators last season
Miami, ranked from as high as No. 6 to as low as No. 21, will get a chance at redemption in the opening series of the 2021 season when they take on the No. 1 Florida Gators at their new ballpark in Gainesville, Florida.
Williams’ hiring at UCF comes two days after the Knights hired former Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn as their head coach. Williams previously served as the linebackers coach under Malzahn at Auburn for the past five years.
When the Miami Hurricanes take the field at Mark Light Field for the first home game of the season in two weeks, the only thing that will be normal will be the game of baseball. Everything else, different.
“I’m going to be the defensive coordinator,” Diaz said. “And what I’ve done as defensive coordinator is what I’m going to do.”
“I just told them how proud I was of them, and this all started yesterday with the team meeting,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said about what he told his team after the game. “A very good team spirit that was exhibited. Everybody was in a good mood, everybody was smiling.”
“We did not play focused or with a lot of maturity and that’s a shame because that’s a very good Georgia Tech team and you need to be dialed in and locked in and you need to be very exact,” Miami head coach Katie Meier said after the game.
Cross was dressed but did not play in the Miami’s 81-59 loss to Florida State on Wednesday even though the team only had six scholarship players available for the game because of a plethora of injuries to five scholarship players.
What started with a Christmas gift from D’Eriq King, who was the first to announce his return for another year, quickly became a tidal wave of starters deciding to return for the 2021 season.
No. 18 Hurricanes come back from 21-point deficit but fall short against No. 21 Oklahoma State without QB D’Eriq King in Cheez-It Bowl
The Hurricanes managed to rally back behind backup quarterback N’Kosi Perry, but the valiant effort fell short and the Hurricanes fell 37-34 in the 2020 Cheez-It Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.