Is N’Kosi Perry Miami’s Future or Present?

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Many watching the Miami Hurricanes game versus Florida International were in for a surprise. After Malik Rosier led Miami to two scoreless drives in the first quarter, there was a quarterback change. Coach Mark Richt made the decision to bring in N’Kosi Perry, for some meaningful playing experience. The redshirt freshman completed 17 passes on 25 attempts […] READ MORE


Battle For Relevance In The Miami-LSU Matchup

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One of the more interesting opening week matchups takes place between two programs that are in transition. Both Miami and LSU are fighting to show the progress in which their coaches have made since their arrivals. Miami is now entering its third season under the Mark Richt regime and is coming off its best season since […] READ MORE


Split Loyalties: Head Coaches Coaching Against Alma Maters

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One of the things that separates college football from other sports is the personal connection many fans have to their institutions and teams. When you spend four years at a school and go to class with many of the players, you feel like you’ve got a vested interest in your team. When you play for […] READ MORE


Jaquan Johnson: Leader of The Turnover Chain

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If you saw the Miami Hurricanes defense last season, you may have noticed an over-sized cuban link chain around the players. This is what became known nationally as the “Turnover Chain.” And there is a good chance that Jaquan Johnson was the player wearing it. If Miami’s safety wasn’t wearing it himself, he likely helped […] READ MORE



State Of Florida 2017 Season Review

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In the off-season, there was plenty of hype behind the new coaching additions in the college football landscape. With notable names such as Charlie Strong and Lane Kiffin, many were intrigued by how their teams would fare. Collectively, it can be agreed upon that the state of Florida’s college season was successful. Other than the […] 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


Miami vs. Florida State Rivalry Week Preview

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Things couldn’t look more in place for the average fan to say this is the year that Miami finally ends the seven year drought to Florida State. Well at least that how it appears. However, this is still a Jimbo Fisher led team and under his tenure Florida State has never lost more than four games. […] READ MORE


Malik Rosier Named Starting Quarterback for Miami Hurricanes

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The Hurricanes have decided that redshirt junior, Malik Rosier, will lead the team as the starting quarterback when they play Bethune-Cookman on September 2nd. The announcement comes after two scrimmages in fall camp in which Rosier completed over 70% of his passes. Background of Rosier A three-star recruit from out of Faith Academy high school […] READ MORE


Broward County Braveheart’s: RJ McIntosh

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For too many years, questions and criticism arose on what ever happened to the dominant defenses of Miami, more specifically the defensive tackle position. Insert defensive coordinator Manny Diaz, add defensive line guru Craig Kuligowski and give him a talent like RJ McIntosh. The resurgence of the Miami defense starts in the trenches and the Fort […] READ MORE