“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.”
“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.”
What this team needs is a big performance on Saturday to build confidence in front of their own fans.
The Miami Hurricanes (0-1) travel to Chapel Hill for an ACC primetime matchup against the North Carolina Tarheels (1-0). Saturday’s game will be the first division matchup of the season for both teams.
The Miami Hurricanes kick off the 150th season of college football in a meeting with their longtime in-state opponent, the Florida Gators.
12 p.m. Feb. 24 – No. 14 Miami vs. No. 22 Florida State Miami welcomes rival Florida State to the Watsco Center on Sunday for their six matchup with a ranked opponent this season. Florida State emerged with a 62-58 home victory in a sloppy game in which both teams shot less than 37 percent…
“I’ve talked about setting the tone for the season, and I don’t think you can draw it up any better than that,” DiMare said.
2 p.m. Feb. 2 – Miami @ No. 3 Virginia The brutal Atlantic Coast Conference schedule continues for Miami as they travel to Charlottesville to face the Virginia Cavaliers. Tony Bennett’s squad runs one of the best defensive systems in the country. Bennett’s pack-line defense has been confusing opposing offenses since he took the job,…
7 p.m. Jan. 31 – Miami @ No. 24 Florida State The Seminoles (17-3, 5-2 ACC) have stumbled of a late, dropping two of their last five games, but enter this matchup firmly in the top half of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Florida State relies heavily on juniors Kiah Gillespie, Nicki Ekhomu, and Nausia Woolfolk….
Mompremier secured her second ACC Player of the Week Honor Monday afternoon, becoming just the fourth Hurricane in program history to win the award multiple times.