Eight former UM football players UM will participate in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week, hoping to make positive impressions on professional teams with the goal of making it to the NFL.
“I only care about what we’re doing going forward,” Lashlee said. “I have not and will not watch one single game from last year.”
“I’m not in the position that people think I’m in,” Reed said. “I’m not hiring, I’m not firing. I’m just coming here to help, as I did in ‘97. I’m a piece of this puzzle, as all the coaches are, as all the players are. I’m limited on what I can do. I can’t be on the field coaching. I am here to mentor and help these kids, to better themselves during football and after football, that’s what it’s about. I’m here to assist coach Manny and everything he needs. I’m his right hand.”
“For me, it’s straight forward. I want to win. I want to win as many games as possible,” King said. “I know the history behind this program. I know where it’s been, I know where coach Diaz and everybody is trying to get it back to. I’m just here to win as many games as possible. My ultimate goal is to go 12-0 this year.”
The Miami football program entered National Signing Day looking to add to the strong 2020 recruiting class, and they did just that, landing four-star Avantae Williams, the No. 2 ranked safety in the class of 2020.
“I’m in a position to come back to my neighborhood and help people who I know, to do better in my neighborhood, to build better houses,” Gore said.
The University of Miami and the San Francisco 49ers came to an agreement prior to the team’s arrival in Miami regarding last minute changes to the Greentree practice field after it was deemed that the field conditions did not meet the standards of the National Football League.
The San Francisco 49ers are practicing at the University of Miami practice facilities on campus in the week leading up to Super Bowl LIV.
Former Miami Hurricane football player and Pro Football Hall of Famer Ed Reed will be joining the football program as its Chief of Staff, head coach Manny Diaz announced Thursday afternoon.
Miami’s 2019 football season was defined by inconsistencies at the quarterback position.
But it seems like the Hurricanes may have found some clarity that should have fans feeling hopeful for the 2020 season.
Former Miami quarterback Jarren Williams announced Thursday on Instagram that he has entered his name into the transfer portal.
For Hurricane football fans, Monday was a day to be excited about, as former University of Houston quarterback D’Eriq King and former Temple University defensive end Quincy Roche announced their intent to transfer to the University of Miami.