It’s rare when a player can excel at multiple sports, especially at a level as high as division one in college.
Brad Kaaya prefers to say his football seasons start in January, which illustrates how much value he puts into things like offseason workouts and spring practice.
Al Golden joined the Marc Hochman Show and Zach Krantz to recap the team’s spring thus far in advance of this Saturday’s Spring Game at Lockhart Stadium. Here are the highlights: Hoch: Do you feel at all like […]
The Miami Hurricanes appear to have quite the imposing batch of incoming NFL talent, with ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. even projecting three Canes to have their name called in the first round. That’s more than defending national champion Ohio State, […]
Most national recruiting outlets disregard the Miami Hurricanes’ 2015 class as one of the nation’s finest but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few potential gems among the group. This includes Jerome Washington, regarded as the top ranked JUCO […]
National Signing Day is a wrap but that hasn’t stopped the waterfall of opinions from flowing. CBS Sports Network’s Tom Lemming, one of the pioneers of recruiting coverage, joined WQAM to talk about Miami’s class, Al […]
Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden joined The Joe Rose Show on the morning after National Signing Day to recap his recruiting class and shed some light on the program moving forward. “Oh sure I don’t think there’s any question […]
While National Signing Day didn’t go exactly as the University of Miami would’ve hoped, there were some positives to take away from it.
His name is Tim Harris and everyone calls him “Ice,” a nickname that was born decades ago from his affinity for George “The Iceman” Gervin.
2014 may not have been the best year for sports in South Florida, but it could’ve been a lot worse.