There are several reasons to be optimistic about the Miami Hurricanes football team in 2015.
Florida coaches have been trying to improve the program’s paltry passing game for years.
The Miami Hurricanes are gearing up for another exciting football season as the team is poised to make a jump in the ACC Coastal Division.
For Miami coach Katie Meier and starting guard Adrienne Motley, a weeklong trip to Europe is about going back to the beginning. Both think it’ll brighten the Hurricanes’ future as well.
Everett Golson hopes to prove at Florida State that a difficult finish to his Notre Dame career was an anomaly. But first he has to beat out junior Sean Maguire, who has spent the last two seasons as Jameis Winston’s backup.
Florida running back Adam Lane is transferring seven months after earning most valuable player honors at the Birmingham Bowl.
The Hurricanes were drafted in the 2015 NFL Draft, leaving many fans to wonder how they could finish sixth and seventh, many pointed to head Coach Al Golden
Florida coach Jim McElwain, hired to fix the team’s five-year stretch of lackluster offense, heads into training camp without a starting quarterback.
Miami signed prominent quarterback recruit Jack Allison to a grant-in-aid agreement on Saturday.
An appeals court has upheld the second-degree murder conviction of a former Florida International University student who fatally stabbed a school football player.
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