Miami Hurricanes 2019 Season Review

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Ending the season with losses to Duke and Florida International was not part of the remodeling of “The New Miami”. Manny Diaz in his first meeting as head coach, had the team beat up dummies with a “7-6” record taped to them. Ironically the Hurricanes need a win in the Independnce Bowl just to reach the […] READ MORE


Who Is To Blame For the Miami Meltdown Against FIU

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One of the bigger upsets in college football this past Saturday occurred when the Miami Hurricanes were embarrassed by Florida International. Miami came in as a 21-point favorite, yet was shut out by FIU in the first half. Ironically the game was played at the site of the old Orange Bowl, on the 35th anniversary […] READ MORE


The New Miami Feels Like More Of The Same

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The Miami Hurricanes are just two seasons removed from a ten win season and an ACC Coastal title. Based on the play against Georgia Tech on Saturday, that 2017 team is long gone. Manny Diaz just a week after coming off a ranked victory against Virginia, lost to a one win Georgia Tech team at home. […] READ MORE


Change at Quarterback as N’Kosi Perry May be Spark Miami Needs

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This isn’t exactly the start that Manny Diaz envisioned when he coined the term “The New Miami”. The Hurricanes are now 2-3 on the season with two of the losses being in conference play. Last week the Hurricanes’ effort to come back down 28 points fell short as they fell to the Hokies 42-35. Could […] READ MORE


Manny Diaz Names Jarren Williams as Starting Quarterback for Miami

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The quarterback battle at the University of Miami has been wrapped up after the team’s second scrimmage. Redshirt freshmen Jarren Williams will get the nod when the Hurricanes open up against the Gators. Last season, Williams only appeared in one game against Savannah State before being redshirted. Redshirt sophomore’s Tate Martell and N’Kosi Perry were […] READ MORE


Assessing Miami’s 2020 Recruiting Class

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The Hurricanes are making the most of the offseason by recruiting harder than ever. Although Miami’s class is rated eighth nationally by 247 Sports, even more, impressive is the number scheduled to enroll early. Currently, Miami has 21 commitments and 12 are on pace to graduate high school a semester early. Even more, is the […] READ MORE


Miami’s Young Tight Ends Give Offensive Advantage

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The Miami Hurricanes have always been a program with good tight ends. Currently, there are six active tight ends on NFL rosters from the U. The program has no plans on slowing down either with Brevin Jordan and Will Mallory on the roster. Last season in training camp the Hurricanes lost Michael Irvin Jr. to a […] READ MORE


Miami Searching For Dynamic Rushing Attack

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For the past two seasons, the Miami Hurricanes have failed to produce a 1,000 yard rusher. Last season former starting running back Travis Homer was named second team All-ACC despite finishing 15 yards short of the 1000 yard mark. Homer is now with the Seattle Seahawks and DeeJay Dallas is likely the new starting running […] READ MORE


Three Way Quarterback Battle For Miami Hurricanes

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The Hurricanes have made huge strides to ensure that the quarterback position is a strength for the 2019 season. After being named head coach, Manny Diaz sought after then Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos. Last season under former head coach Mark Richt, Miami dealt with a quarterback carousel. Miami returns with more talent at the […] READ MORE


Tate Martell’s Waiver Should Be Approved

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In recent year’s, the NCAA has adjusted rules for transfers. With that college football has seen a wave in transfers this past season. The transfer portal has benefited many schools, most notably the Miami Hurricanes. The case of Tate Martell has the potential to create precedent, if he is granted immediate eligibility with an NCAA waiver. […] READ MORE