“The University of Miami football program announced Friday that Dan Enos has been relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach,” the program said in a statement.
Heart over height. It’s a message that 5-foot-7, 160-pound Chris Lykes has tattooed across his chest and a motto he has lived by his entire...
The Canes lost the first match of the series in five sets, but rebounded and swept the Tigers in the series finale, winning each set by no less than six points.
On Monday, the Hurricanes began spring practice on Greentree Practice Field. There are 15 practices that will run over the next five weeks. Although practices are closed to all media, different players and coaches will speak to the media over Zoom after every practice. Here's what you need to know about spring football:
"After some thought, I came to the conclusion that putting my name in the transfer portal is the best move for my future," Timberlake told ESPN. "There’s nothing negative that happened.”
In search of their first conference win since edging Duke at home on Feb. 1, the Hurricanes returned home to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, hoping to kindle any ounce of momentum with the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season coming to a close.
Miami batted a season-high .323 as a team and hit .400 with runners in scoring position.
Miami redshirt junior forward Destiny Harden scored a career-high 21 points, guard Endia Banks added 13 points, and Miami (11-10, 8-10 ACC) defeated Clemson (10-11, 5-11 ACC) 68-62 at Littlejohn Coliseum.
“Well, that was a heck of a fight,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “I thought we gave it all we had right up until the final buzzer.”
Arguably the most embarrassing weekend in recent memory for Miami Hurricanes baseball, the three games resembled almost every ounce of haplessness not witnessed very often at Mark Light Field.
Miami became the first No. 13 seed in ACC tournament history to reach the quarterfinals when the Canes pull off an 67-64, upset over the Tigers on Wednesday afternoon at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Redshirt senior D'Eriq King, a transfer from the University of Houston, will look to recreate his 2018 campaign where he threw for 2,982 yards, 36 touchdowns and six interceptions, while rushing for 674 additional yards and 14 touchdowns.