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 […]
On his appearance on the ACC’s weekly teleconference, Richt announced Thursday that Perry would be the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback Saturday when UM (5-4, 2-3 ACC) travels to Atlanta, Georgia to take on Georgia Tech (5-4, 3-3) at Bobby Dodd Stadium at 7 p.m. (ESPN 2).
While Saturday’s scrimmage will be the seventh practice of the Hurricanes, it will also serve as the first taste of what college football really is for many of UM’s freshmen.
Unlike most programs, the Miami Hurricanes returned to the practice field Tuesday – three days after its spring game – for their 13th practice of the spring.
The University of Miami has been called just about every position “U” since the early 1980’s – “Quarterback U”, “Running Back U”, “Linebacker U”, “Defensive Back U” and “Tight End U”. That is what has made “The U” so great. It’s debatable which position group has been the best. But it is easy to say […]
And while they weren’t suiting up for a game, many of the Canes players relished the opportunity to get back to work as the team opened its spring practice Tuesday morning on the Greentree Practice Fields.