Shortly after the news hit that receiver Jeff Thomas was backing off his decision to leave Miami and is coming back to Coral Gables, the Hurricanes landed a commitment from Ohio State transfer quarterback Tate Martell early Wednesday morning.
In what has to be one of the most “on second thought” scenarios in recent history, once-disgruntled wide receiver Jeff Thomas has backed out of his pending transfer to Illinois and will return to the University of Miami he announced via social media early Wednesday morning.
The school officially announced Friday that it is hiring former University of Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos to be the Canes offensive coordinator.
Canes junior linebacker Michael Pinckney announced Monday evening that he will be returning to school and will play his senior year of eligibility with the Hurricanes.
Not even a full 12 hours after Mark Richt announced he would be stepping down as the Canes head coach and would retire, Miami doubled back and plucked former defensive coordinator Manny Diaz from the clutches of another job and hired him to be Miami’s next head football coach Sunday night.
While University of Miami fans weren’t happy with the way things had gone for the Hurricanes this season – culminating in an embarrassing 35-3 loss to Wisconsin in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl this past Thursday – and they were calling for change, no one saw this coming. Mark Richt announced Sunday morning that he […]
UM head coach Mark Richt announced Friday that safeties coach Ephraim Banda and outside linebackers coach Jonathan Patke have been named co-defensive coordinators and Jess Simpson has been promoted to associate head coach in addition to his duties as defensive line coach.
Led by DeeJay Dallas’ 110 total scrimmage yards and two total touchdowns along with Travis Homer’s 168 rushing yards on just eight carries – Miami was able to send its seniors off with a 24-3 victory and exact some revenge on visiting No. 24/25 Pittsburgh Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium.
The University of Miami Hurricanes will travel to Atlanta, Georgia to face ACC rival Georgia Tech, Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field.
It’s safe to say that the N’Kosi Perry era has begun. After much pregame speculation, which included an omittance of the starting quarterback when the team’s starters were announced over the PA, it was No. 5 – not No. 12 – who trotted out and led the Hurricanes offense Thursday night.