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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Basketball mid-season grades: Men and women struggling in conference play

The Miami Hurricanes found themselves at a crossroads in their 2019-20 campaign.

Miami football ends embarrassing season with loss at Duke

Miami did not make any progress this season. They regressed.

Williams proves he is ‘our guy’

Not only did Williams lead Miami to a historic win, but he made history himself, throwing six passing touchdowns, breaking the record for number of passing touchdowns thrown in a single game by a Miami quarterback.

Miami finally plays to full potential against Florida State

In their third consecutive win in the rivalry series, the Miami Hurricanes never trailed in a 27-10 win at Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium.

Miami heads to Pittsburgh after turbulent week

After suffering a close loss last week, Miami has had to deal with a lot of problems this week heading into Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh Panthers.

Win against Virginia gives Miami some hopes in the ACC

"It was a very hard-fought win, which is what we expected it to be," head coach Manny Diaz said. "We had talked all week about how strong our culture was, even on the backs of some of these losses to start the season. If we trusted in [the culture] and continued to nurture it, the results would start to come. This game was a testament to that because we knew that it was going to be a game where persistence and being relentless was going to be the key."

Hurricanes start Turner Davidson as kicker

The decision to have Turner Davidson kick field goals and extra points instead of Bubba Baxa was a choice that head coach Manny Diaz made during warm-ups.

Game day preview: Miami vs. Virginia

After a gut-wrenching 42-35 loss to Virginia Tech last week, the Miami Hurricanes (2-3, 0-2) had a short week to prepare to face No. 20 Virginia (4-1, 2-0) Friday night at Hard Rock Stadium.

Miami has a lot to improve following loss to Virginia Tech

The Hurricanes (2-3, 0-2) faced the Virginia Tech Hokies (3-2, 1-2) on Saturday in what turned out to be an exciting display of offense after a very poor first half showing.

After ugly win, Hurricanes still have more to prove

"Obviously, it was our fourth game of the season, and tonight was our second win and probably our fourth-best performance of the four we’ve had so far," head coach Manny Diaz said. "With all that being said, the only thing that we could accomplish today was beating Central Michigan, which, after the course of 60 minutes, when everything was added up, that’s what we got done."

Despite shut-out victory, Hurricanes still have work to do

“There are a lot of happy faces in that locker room and a lot of guys that have worked very, very hard for this feeling and for this day," Diaz said. "The game went about as we thought it would."

Hurricanes looking to get back on track in home opener

What this team needs is a big performance on Saturday to build confidence in front of their own fans.