Just four weeks into the season, college football has shown that nothing is guaranteed, and the Miami Hurricanes learned this lesson first hand Saturday when they narrowly defeated the Central Michigan Chippewas 17-12.
Third quarter update: The Canes scored their second touchdown just five minutes into the third quarter on a six yard pass from Williams to receiver KJ Osborn. Aside from the touchdown, Miami is still struggling to put together successful offensive drives this quarter. Central Michigan got their first offensive points of the game on a…
The Miami Hurricanes head back to Hard Rock Stadium this Saturday looking to build on their first win.
“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.”
There are not many things redshirt senior running back Jimmy Murphy loves more than being a Miami Hurricane.
Miami (1-2) dominated the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats (1-1) on both sides of the ball to come away with a 63-0 win Saturday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium
After the last game against UNC, I felt terrible and cried in the shower,” said Costello. “I really hope we win.”
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.