A season that was once full of promise ended in a very familiar fashion for the Miami Hurricanes as the team lost their final three regular season games before dropping their fifth straight bowl game appearance.
Miami left tackle Ereck Flowers is skipping his final season of eligibility and will enter next year’s NFL Draft, the school announced Monday.
The star Miami Hurricanes running back joined the Joe Rose Show to talk about declaring for the NFL Draft.
A decision that has been expected for a while now, Miami Hurricanes running back Duke Johnson announced Sunday that he is entering the NFL draft.
Dylan Thompson threw for 294 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in South Carolina’s 24-21 victory over Miami on Saturday in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl.
The Miami Hurricanes will try to give their tough 2014 season a happy ending.
The Miami Hurricanes might’ve finished the regular season at a lackluster 6-6, but ESPN draft guru Todd McShay projects two Miami players to have their name called in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. […]
All eyes will be on Miami’s Duke Johnson come December 28th.
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.