“Stop booing Malik,” running back Deejay Dallas said. “I don’t like that. That’s not something that our fans should be about. Yeah, it’s OK to be angry. It’s OK to be upset. But Malik came out today and he played with an edge and he played like the starter should.”
Hard Rock Stadium erupted with cheers. The Hurricanes faithful got their wish. Redshirt freshman quarterback N’Kosi Perry stormed onto the field to make his collegiate debut. Head coach Mark Richt made the change under center after veteran Malik Rosier guided the Hurricanes to a 21-0 lead. Richt shuffled the quarterbacks throughout the contest as No….
It wasn’t easy, but the Hurricanes came out on top. In Sarah Barnes’ debut as the University of Miami women’s soccer head coach, the Canes found themselves trailing early in their season opener on Friday evening. Florida Atlantic scored just 94-seconds into the match, but Miami responded with three goals of its own to pick…
“He’s one of the most intense competitors we’ve got,” Richt said. “Just like we talked about, he was on scout team all of last year. All last year. He just terrorized everybody every day.
The Canes are a preseason top-10 team for the first time since 2005. Yet, Miami is focused on much more than just a top-10 ranking. UM has its sights set on repeating as ACC Coastal Division champions and
As his strong play drew more attention from opposing teams, pitchers began to throw around him, choosing to give him a free base rather than allowing him a chance to hit a home run. This lowered scouts’ interest, but it was not Toral’s fault.
It is just the third time in program history — and the first time since 1970 — that two Miami players were selected in the same NBA draft.
“This can’t be real; it almost feels fake,” said Cabezas, who was the No. 544 overall pick. “I can’t believe I’m going to live out my dream and play professional baseball with a great organization like the Minnesota Twins. It feels amazing. I’m at a loss for words right now.”