Preview: 2nd Ranked Miami Hurricanes Face Pittsburgh PanthersThe Miami Hurricanes will look to complete their first undefeated regular season since 2002 when they face the Pittsburgh Panthers at Heinz Field.
No. 2 Miami Hopes To Avoid Slip-Up Against PittTen games in, and everything is still on the table for Miami. A perfect season. Its first ACC championship. A spot in the College Football Playoff.
Walker Struggles In Return Home, No. 11 Miami Beats La SalleNo. 11 Miami did just enough to get by La Salle 57-46 on Wednesday night and remain unbeaten.
Miami Hurricanes Move Up To No. 2 In Latest College Football Playoff RankingsThe Miami Hurricanes have jumped over the Clemson Tigers for the No. 2 spot in the latest College Football Playoff Rankings.
Miami Defensive Coordinator Manny Diaz Named Semifinalist For Broyles AwardAs announced on Tuesday, Diaz, who also serves as the team's linebackers coach, is one of 15 semifinalists for the Broyles Award.
Hurricanes Maintain No. 2 Rank In AP, Coaches Polls Following Win Over VirginiaThe Miami Hurricanes remain (almost) at the top of both major polls in the nation following their latest victory.
Miami Hurricanes TURNOVER CHAIN TRACKER: Pittsburgh WeekTurnover chain history was made against Virginia, as an offensive player put on the chain for the first time.
Recap: 3rd Ranked Miami Hurricanes Come From Behind To Beat Virginia 44-28Junior quarterback Malik Rosier went 15 for 28 for 210 yards with 3 passing touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Rosier added a crucial rushing touchdown in the 4th quarter. He's now 11-0 as a starter.
Preview: 3rd Ranked Miami Hurricanes Host Virginia CavaliersThe 9-0 Miami Hurricanes will look to stay unbeaten on Saturday when they host the 6-4 Virginia Cavaliers.
Walker Hurt As No. 11 Hurricanes Beat A&M 90-59Lonnie Walker IV hurt his ankle in the Miami Hurricanes 90-59 victory over Florida A&M.
Hurricanes Turnover Chain Psyching Out Opponents, Says Defensive Coordinator Manny DiazManny Diaz theorizes that the chain could actually take a psychological toll on the opposition.
Mark Richt Will Find New Forms Of Motivation For Surging Miami HurricanesNow that the Hurricanes have forced the college football world to pay them some respect, Richt's approach will change, or at least get tweaked.