The University of Miami had 18 recruits sign Wednesday, nine of which from South Florida (Miami-Dade or Broward County), already solidifying most of its much-anticipated 2018 signing class.
It was announced Monday that Canes kicker Michael Badgley and wide receiver Braxton Berrios accepted invitations to participate in the 2018 Reese’s Senior Bowl.
Reports surfaced late Monday night from Tallahassee-based media corroborating information received from Miami Sports Tribune sources last week that Southridge’s Billy Rolle and Miami Booker T. Washington’s Tim “Ice” Harris will be leaving their respective high school posts to take positions on Florida A&M University’s coaching staff.
For the second straight season, the University of Miami had a player named a freshman All-American this week with freshman offensive lineman Navaughn Donaldson receiving the honor from ESPN.
The No. 7 University of Miami Hurricanes will travel to face No. 1 Clemson Friday in the ACC Championship game Bank Of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kickoff: 8 p.m. TV: ESPN Weather Forecast: 50 degrees; Mostly cloudy (Chance of rain: 5 percent) All-time Series: Miami leads 6-4 (Last won: Clemson 58-0 in 2015) […]
The University of Miami announced that senior tight end Christopher Herndon IV will have season-ending knee surgery this coming week. Herndon left during the second half of the game against the Panthers with a noticeable limp and it was confirmed that he sustained an injury to the MCL in his left knee.
Still, the No. 3 Hurricanes overcame all those factors and rallied back from a 14-point third quarter deficit by scoring 30 straight points over the final 27 minutes to come away with a 44-28 win over the visiting Cavaliers Saturday – sending their upperclassmen out with a win on Senior Day and allowing the 63,415 fans at Hard Rock Stadium to breathe a sigh of relief.
Miami has been playing and reveling in an “underdog” role over the past couple of weeks. The Hurricanes were doubted by some over the past two weeks and they used that skepticism – or “hate” – as motivation to fuel back to back impressive wins against Virginia Tech and Notre Dame.
No. 7 Miami put together its best performance of the season – and maybe in years – as the Hurricanes completely dismantled and out-classed visiting Notre Dame in a 41-8 drubbing of the No. 3 Fighting Irish in front of a capacity crowd of 65,303 at Hard Rock Stadium.
The No. 7 University of Miami Hurricanes will host longtime rival No. 3 Notre Dame Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium. Kickoff: 8 p.m. TV: ABC Weather Forecast: 82 degrees; Partly cloudy (Chance of rain: 20 percent) All-time Series: Notre Dame leads 17-7-1 (Last won: Notre Dame 30-27 in 2016) Miami Hurricanes Head Coach: Mark Richt […]