Depth Not A Concern For Miami’s Wide Receivers

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There may be a quarterback battle in training camp brewing, but whoever gets the job will have weapons. A position of strength for next season looks to be the wideout core, which looks to be considerably stronger. Depth Not A Concern For Miami’s Wide Receivers Although the Hurricanes lose the ultra production of Braxton Berrios to graduation, […] READ MORE


2017 Capital One Orange Bowl Preview

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The Capital One Orange Bowl game will feature two teams that surpassed expectations this season. Both Wisconsin and Miami are similar in the sense that few recognized them as being true contenders for the College Football Playoffs. Wisconsin lost its first game in the Big Ten Championship, meanwhile, Miami lost back to back games after […] READ MORE


Miami Focuses On Virginia

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The Miami Hurricanes are now ranked in the top four of the college football playoff ranking for the first time in school history. For a program like Miami’s, this is a sign of a resurgence to the winning ways that the Hurricanes are accustomed to. Considering the adversity that Miami has faced this season with […] READ MORE


Midseason Miami Hurricanes Review

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By this point in the college football season most teams are already seven to eight games in, Miami is a game behind due to Hurricane Irma. With this being the midway point, let’s review the U so far, as they prepare for a crucial stretch of their season. When the season started there was plenty […] READ MORE


Finally! The Streak Ends

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It took seven years, three different head coaches, three different quarterbacks and a late game winning fade route to finally end the losing streak to Florida State for the Miami Hurricanes. There was a point in the game, after Auden Tate scored with only a minute and 24 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, it looked […] READ MORE


Miami Hurricanes Dominate Duke in Conference Opener

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It was expected to be a close match-up between two undefeated ACC teams, and the fans were not disappointed. Miami dominated Duke in their conference opener. The Hurricanes held Duke to just six points, even though the Blue Devils have averaged 40 points per game prior to this conference contest. In The Driver’s Seat The […] READ MORE


Miami Hurricanes Weather Storm To Defeat Toledo

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Having not played a football game in three weeks, the Miami Hurricanes had to shake away some noticeable rust in order to defeat the Toledo Rockets. At halftime there was plenty of anticipation as to how the Miami Hurricanes would respond being down in their first real test of the season. Miami would use a […] READ MORE