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Takeaways from ‘Canes football’s loss to Texas A&M

Expectations were high when the No. 13 Miami Hurricanes headed to Kyle Field on Saturday for its first real test of the season against Southeastern Conference (SEC) powerhouse No. 24 Texas A&M.

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“Dropped balls, penalties in the next to last drive. Not good enough. We’ve got to do a better job as a supporting cast [to help Van Dyke],” Miami head coach Mario Cristobal said postgame. “We have to get better.”

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“We came up short, there’s no sugar coating that,” Miami head coach Mario Cristobal said. “We have to go and get better and eliminate issues that hurt us in this game.”

Miami preparing for first road test of season against Texas A&M

On Saturday, the No. 13 Miami Hurricanes will be traveling to College Station, Texas for their first road game of the season to face off against the No. 24 Texas A&M Aggies.

Gallery: ‘Canes soar over Golden Eagles

The Miami Hurricanes defeated the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles 30-7 in their Saturday matchup at Hard Rock Stadium. Here is a recap of the action from The Miami Hurricane Photo Team.

Takeaways from Miami’s victory over Southern Miss

“We are 1-0 for the week, that’s your goal, but we certainly want to play more polished, more precise football.” Cristobal said. “We need to practice better, and we’ve got to keep coaching better.”

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“When you’re 1-0 for the week, that’s your goal,” head coach Mario Cristobal said. “But certainly, we want to play more polished, more precise football. So, we have got to practice better, and we have got to keep working it better.”

Miami looking for second win of season against Southern Miss

“When you play a team as disruptive as they are, you make sure that your team is playing disciplined football and taking care of business as it relates to us.” Miami head coach Mario Cristobal said to reporters on Wednesday about playing the Golden Eagles.

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First-year Hurricanes football head coach Mario Cristobal, who has over 20 years of Division I coaching experience, knows that leading a collegiate football team is no easy feat. However, it is even more difficult coaching a Power Five program desperate to return to its glory days like the Miami Hurricanes.

Takeaways from Miami’s victory over Bethune-Cookman

To say ‘Canes football dominated on Saturday afternoon would be a massive understatement. While most Hurricanes fans expected a win in head coach Mario Cristobal’s debut, no one anticipated a 70-13 thumping of Bethune-Cookman at Hard Rock Stadium.

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“The goal was to be 1-0 by 7:15 tonight and that was achieved,” Cristobal said. “There were a lot of bright spots. Certainly, things showed up in a positive way in terms of physicality and conditioning and execution, particularly on the offensive side of the ball.”

Hurricanes looking to play their “very best football” against Bethune-Cookman

“Bethune is a good football team with good coaches and all we are looking for is to play our very best football,” Cristobal said to reporters at a media availability.