The John Mackey Award recognizes college football’s most outstanding tight end each season. Kellen Winslow II, the troubled former Miami tight end who won the award in 2003, is the only Hurricane to ever win.
The Hurricanes were eliminated from the ACC Coastal Division race Saturday and will no longer have the opportunity to appear in the conference championship game.
The Miami Hurricanes’ 52-27 win over the Louisville Cardinals Saturday not only continued the team’s newfound momentum after a slow start to the season, but allowed the team to clinch bowl eligibility.
“We felt like a performance like this was coming,” head coach Manny Diaz said. “The way we set the tone, the way we came out early in the game was fantastic.”
Miami (5-4, 3-3) looks to get its third straight win against Louisville (5-3, 3-2) at Hard Rock Stadium this afternoon. Follow along with our live scoring summary below: Fourth quarter (7:42): Miami 52, Louisville 27: Hassan Hall scores on a 58-yard touchdown run. Third quarter (00:32): Miami 52, Louisville 21: 24-yard field goal by Camden…
The Hurricanes will play for the last time at Hard Rock Stadium against Louisville. Not only does the team aim to finish the season on a high note, but there is also added motivation because it is Senior Day.
Miami head coach Manny Diaz has announced that redshirt sophomore Bubba Bolden will miss the rest of the 2019 season with an ankle injury suffered in Saturday’s 27-10 win at 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.
Behind one of their strongest defensive performances this season, the Miami Hurricanes defeated the Florida State Seminoles for the third consecutive year, finishing the game 27-10.
Coming off a close win in the final moments a week ago at Pittsburgh, the Miami Hurricanes look to continue their momentum into Saturday’s game against rival Florida State in Tallahassee.
After spending the last two weeks on the sidelines, Jarren Williams entered the game as quarterback with a little over seven minutes remaining in the game and led the Canes on a game winning drive that gave them a 16-12 lead.