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.
The Miami Hurricanes have been playing their best football of the season over the past several weeks, and they couldn’t have picked a better time to get hot.
The Miami Hurricanes made a statement in the ACC on Thursday night.
A lot is riding on Thursday night’s game between ACC rivals, especially inside of the conference.
Duke Johnson became Miami’s career leader in all-purpose yards, Brad Kaaya threw three touchdown passes plus ran for another, and the Hurricanes defeated Cincinnati 55-34 on Saturday.
When the Miami Hurricanes took the practice field on Wednesday they welcomed a new player to workout with the team.
Brad Kaaya crossed something off his to-do list last week, when Miami’s true freshman quarterback made it through a game without an interception for the first time.
Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson doesn’t think his team is too excited about its successful start.
Miami will play No. 24 Nebraska on Saturday night for the first time since the programs were finishing their runs of dominance, and the history isn’t lost on today’s players.