Duke Johnson had a moment to remember, and Miami had a game to forget.
Sometime in the first few minutes after kickoff Saturday night, Miami’s Duke Johnson will likely take a handoff from Brad Kaaya and run into the Hurricane record books.
As the Miami Hurricanes football season starts to head down the home stretch, questions surround the future of one of the team’s very best players.
The Miami Hurricanes had a chance to take down cross-state rival Florida State but couldn’t quite get over the hump.
Miami coach Al Golden was unhappily correct. To beat Florida State, Golden said in the days leading up to the annual Hurricane-Seminole showdown, his team would have to find a way to throw a knockout punch against the defending national champions.
The Miami Hurricanes gave them a run for their money, but the Florida State Seminoles were once again able to overcome a second half deficit.
Here are some of the main storylines heading into Saturday’s matchup between Miami and Florida State.
As college football season begins to near its end, things could get very interesting inside the ACC.
It’s been an up-and-down season for the Miami Hurricanes, but the team’s recent resurgence has them in the thick of the ACC Coastal Division race.
Miami running back Duke Johnson can often be found walking alone, wearing noise-canceling headphones as he listens to some music.