Former Cane Jon Feliciano Rips Al GoldenIt’s been a week since former University of Miami head football coach Al Golden made statements that he felt “burnt out” during his time in Miami.
Al Golden Says He Was ‘Burnt Out’ In Miami – WHAT?To paraphrase Golden’s words: “I was a head coach for 10 years and I was burnt out.”
Former Canes Interim Coach Larry Scott Takes Job At TennesseeThough it ended with another bowl loss, the Miami Hurricanes 2015 football season saw a good amount of success thanks in large part to interim head coach Larry Scott.
Hurricanes Hire Manny Diaz To Be New Defensive CoordinatorThe Miami Hurricanes new-look coaching staff is starting to take shape.
Sports In South Florida Have Been A Mixed Bag In 2015If you like drama 2015 was your year.
Hurricanes Lose Another Bowl Game In Frustrating FashionThe Miami Hurricanes saw a rough era end on Saturday in El Paso.
Top Storylines Heading Into Hurricanes' Sun Bowl BattleThe 2015 Hyundai Sun Bowl featuring the Miami Hurricanes and Washington State Cougars could end up being one of the better games of the weekend.
Overcoming Adversary Has Become The Norm For Miami Heading Into Sun BowlThe Miami Hurricanes will go for the school’s first bowl win since 2006 when they face the Washington State Cougars at the 2015 Hyundai Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas.
Butch Davis Never Heard Back From Hurricanes After InterviewWhen the Miami Hurricanes fired head coach Al Golden midway through the 2015 football season, many fans were hoping that a former Canes coach would be hired to run the team again.
Canes Coach Richt: "We Will Earn The Right For Victory"Welcome home Mark Richt. That's the huge message from the University of Miami to the Hurricane alumnus as he became the 24th head football coach on Friday.
UM To Announce 24th Hurricanes Head Football Coach FridayThe Miami Hurricanes will wait another day before making the official announcement that Mark Richt will be the next Hurricanes head football coach.
Past & Present Canes React To Mark Richt’s Decision To Coach UMPast and present Miami Hurricanes flexed their thumbs, took to Twitter and typed away their reactions to Mark Richt’s decision to coach UM.