After suffering a close loss last week, Miami has had to deal with a lot of problems this week heading into Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh Panthers.
Blame the injuries, special teams, or a 12 p.m. kickoff against a struggling Georgia Tech team that limped into Hard Rock Stadium with just one win, but the Miami Hurricanes committed miscue after miscue as they fell to the Yellow Jackets in overtime.
“It was a very hard-fought win, which is what we expected it to be,” head coach Manny Diaz said. “We had talked all week about how strong our culture was, even on the backs of some of these losses to start the season. If we trusted in [the culture] and continued to nurture it, the results would start to come. This game was a testament to that because we knew that it was going to be a game where persistence and being relentless was going to be the key.”
After weeks of struggling, the Miami Hurricanes (3-3, 1-2) finally look like a team that can win games.
Miami (2-3, 0-2) looks to get its first ACC win against Virginia (4-1, 2-0) Friday night. Follow along with our live scoring summary below: Miami held onto their lead and added another touchdown late in the fourth quarter, defeating Virginia 17-9. N’Kosi Perry had 182 passing yards with one passing touchdown, one running touchdown and…
In Wednesday’s post-practice press conference, head coach Manny Diaz announced that redshirt sophomore N’Kosi Perry will start Friday’s game against No. 20 Virginia.
The University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame announced eight inductees for the class of 2020, meaning a new class of former Hurricanes will be recognized for their athletic accomplishments.
The Hurricanes (2-3, 0-2) faced the Virginia Tech Hokies (3-2, 1-2) on Saturday in what turned out to be an exciting display of offense after a very poor first half showing.
For a team that had two weeks to prepare, the Miami Hurricanes did not seem ready in the first half of the team’s 42-35 loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies.