The Miami Hurricanes will be looking to do something they haven’t done since 2004, starting the season with four straight victories, when they travel to Tampa to take on the University of South Florida Bulls.
The starters remain the same as the Miami Hurricanes prepare for what will essentially be a glorified scrimmage this Saturday against the Savannah State Tigers.
After more than two years of a dark cloud hanging over his program, University of Miami head coach Al Golden has his team poised to make a run at the Atlantic Coast Conference championship.
The University of Miami will pick up some much-needed depth and experience along the defensive line this season in the form of former Wisconsin defensive end David Gilbert.
The Miami Hurricanes remained undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference play Sunday evening with an ugly 45-43 victory over the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers had a game plan that almost worked to stop the mighty Canes this season.
University of Miami Hurricanes fans are likely looking ahead to next weekend’s matchup with the Florida State Seminoles. But, the team can’t afford to do that with a stout North Carolina Tar Heels team coming to Sun Life Stadium on Saturday.
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.
The University of Miami football team is enjoying an offensive renaissance and it’s desperately needed with a defense as woeful as “The U’s.”
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 annual game between Florida State and Miami used to determine who would play for the national championship. The 2011 game will instead be about which program is truly on the rise in the state.