The news broke Monday morning that the University of Miami Hurricanes will self-impose a second-consecutive postseason ban on the football team. Word spread quickly and left fans, coaches and players disappointed over the decision.
Miami coach Al Golden says he has not been told if the Hurricanes have decided whether to impose a second straight postseason ban.
LB Eddie Johnson, WR Rashawn Scott, LB Denzel Perryman and S Deon Bush have one thing in common: they’re not in Charlottesville for the UVA vs. Miami game.
Since the day he took over at Miami, Al Golden has said the path for the Hurricanes to get back into the national picture starts with winning the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division. The Hurricanes now control the path to that title.
The Miami Hurricanes and the Virginia Tech Hokies have had seasons both fanbases would like to forget, but both are still in position to make it to the ACC Championship game if they win the rest of the games, starting with a Thursday night matchup at Sun Life Stadium.
Up by 10 points, against a heavily favored rival, the biggest home crowd of the season squealing with delight.
Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden says quarterback Stephen Morris has a sprained left ankle, which may keep him out of Saturday’s game against No. 12 Florida State.
Watching the Miami Hurricanes play defense this season has been quite the horror show for defensive coordinator Mark D’Onofrio. But, even amidst the disaster, Miami is in control in the ACC Coastal division and one of just three unbeaten teams in ACC play.
It’s not the Catholics vs. Convicts and there’s likely not going to be another tussle in the tunnel, but when Notre Dame and the University of Miami play at Soldier Field Saturday it will be the renewal of a once fierce rivalry.
It’s been four years since the Miami Hurricanes and the North Carolina State Wolfpack tangled on the field, but Saturday the Canes will look to start 3-0 in conference play when the Pack come to Sun Life Stadium.