If you’re looking for quality football, it may be time to change the channel when the University of Miami Hurricanes are coming on television. The Canes are giving new definition to defensive ineptitude this season.
The Miami Hurricanes were at one time a defensive behemoth that constantly put stars into the NFL. But after giving up more than 30 points and 440 yards passing to an average Boston College team, the defense is the team’s biggest worry.
Miami Hurricanes running back Duke Johnson is special. The team learned this from one play in Saturday’s victory at Boston College, his first ever at the collegiate level.
Freshman Duke Johnson broke two long touchdown runs, rushing for 135 yards to lead Miami to a 41-32 victory over Boston College on Saturday.
A young Miami team will open the season against Boston College on Saturday with 34 true freshmen.
It may be hard to believe, but the first week of the college football season has arrived and for the University of Miami Hurricanes, that means a trip to Chestnut Hill to play the Boston College Eagles this Saturday.
Kenny Kadji and Durand Scott scored 14 points each to lead Miami past Boston College 77-56 on Saturday.
After weeks of speculation, the Florida State Seminoles have filled their schedule and Monday, the Atlantic Coast Conference filled in the conference part of the equation.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has finally released the University of Miami’s football schedule for the 2012 season and it’s going to be a tough road for the Canes.
Lost amidst the hubbub over the potential of a plus one national championship game in college football; a measure that allows schools to offer full four-year scholarships to players barely survived an override vote.