Unfortunately, the young freshman committed two costly errors within in the final 26 seconds of Miami’s opening round game of the NCAA Tournament that ultimately allowed 11-seed Loyola-Chicago to hit a game-winning shot in the finals seconds and eliminate the 6-seed Hurricanes in a 64-62 thriller Thursday at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Multiple sources confirmed Tuesday and Wednesday that the Dolphins intend on signing a pair of wide receivers – former Kansas City Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson and former New England Patriots wideout Danny Amendola.
After trading away its top wide receiver this past week, the Fins reportedly plan on releasing former All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and linebacker Lawrence Timmons this week.
The University of Miami – as well as 67 other teams – learned their seedings in the upcoming NCAA March Madness Tournament Sunday afternoon – with the Hurricanes earning the No. 6 seed in the South bracket.
Jarvis Landry’s run in Miami came to an end Friday afternoon, as the Dolphins traded the 25-year-old 2017 NFL receptions leader to the Cleveland Browns for two undisclosed draft picks.
After leading 14-0 almost halfway through the first half, No. 24 Miami was outscored 82-51 over the final 30 minutes to fall 82-65 to North Carolina Thursday night in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals in The Barclays Center.
The University of Miami announced its spring football practice schedule Monday.