No. 16 Miami Needs To Rebound Against North CarolinaThere’s plenty of catchy sayings about bouncing back from a fall. There’s the one about continuing to try after your first unsuccessful attempt; the one about getting back on a horse; and of course the one that former Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade based a whole promotional campaign around: “fall down seven times, stand up eight”.
Mark Walton’s Big Night Powers No. 25 Canes Past FAUDespite a sloppy first half from its offense, No. 25 (AP) ranked Miami got a career performance from sophomore running back Mark Walton as it came away with a 38-10 victory over visiting Florida Atlantic University Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium in front of 57,123 fans.
Canes Reax: Canes Defense Impresses In Spring ScrimmageThe Mark Richt era took another step forward Saturday, with the Canes hosting a controlled scrimmage at West Palm Beach Oxbridge Academy in front of an estimated crowd of 3,000 fans.
Hurricanes Begin Preparing For Big Matchup With No. 6 ClemsonThe Miami Hurricanes began preparing on Tuesday for one of their biggest challenges of the season.
Miami Presents Tough Road Test For No. 6 ClemsonThe Miami Hurricanes under head coach Al Golden are still searching for a signature win. That could come on Saturday.
Canes Grades: Miami Can Build On 30-20 Win Over Virginia Tech
Canes Grades: UM Can’t Stop Cook, Lose To Rival FSU 29-24
Major Showdown Between Booker T. & St. ThomasA major showdown is expected between Miami's Booker T. Washington and Fort Lauderdale's St. Thomas Aquinas on Friday night.
University of Miami Raising Recruiting Bar This Offseason
Senatus Named Miramar Head CoachAfter having its season turned upside down, Miramar was ready to head in a new direction with its football program.
Multi-Talented High School Student Offered Hundreds Of College ScholarshipsChad Thomas, a senior at Booker T. Washington, is a teen with many talents. So many talents, that he has received hundreds of college scholarship offers.
National Signing Day Brings Hope For Fla. SchoolsThe annual rite of passage that is National Signing Day in college football began early Wednesday morning with teams all across America hoping to sign the next Johnny Manziel or Jameis Winston.