For the last three seasons, they have had the same record heading into week three: 1-1. This year, though, instead of coming off an embarrassing loss to Oklahoma, the Miami Hurricanes are coming off a week during which they played a respectable away game against the No. 5 Florida Gators.
Miami lost on Saturday night. They fought hard, but that does not change the fact that this program still could not pull out the big win.
Grading the Hurricanes' performance against the Gators from top to bottom.
When people look back at this game, all they will see is a Hurricanes loss. What they won't see is that this young Canes team battled for three quarters against a No. 5 Florida team that most expected to blow the Hurricanes away.
It’s been painful to be a Hurricanes football fan over the past three years. As seniors will be able to tell you, it all...
University of Miami quarterback Robert Marve has not taken a snap on the collegiate level, but his demeanor was one of calmness and confidence when he spoke about the Hurricanes’ showdown with the Gators this Saturday.
A position-by-position breakdown of this Saturday night's game.
Bragging rights will be at stake Saturday evening as the Miami Hurricanes (1-0) will travel to a hostile environment in Gainesville, Fla., to face the No. 5 Florida Gators (1-0) in one of the nation’s most anticipated games of the season.
Primetime appearance could mark Miami's reemergence on the national stage.
First true test of this year's team will come against the Florida Gators on Saturday.
An evaluation of the Hurricanes' performance during Thursday night's game.
The Miami Hurricanes opened the 2008 season with a resounding 52-7 victory over Charleston Southern, christening their new home Dolphin Stadium.