It may be hard for college football fans to wrap their head around this, but it’s possible a team that got destroyed on the field by the University of Kentucky may be headed for a Bowl Championship Series berth in the Orange Bowl.
The University of Miami will not be going bowling for a second consecutive season as the school announced a self-imposed postseason ban Monday morning, just two days after becoming bowl-eligible.
In the belly-filling fare of potluck football parties, who knew a man-pleasing dish could have secret nutritional value? Enter the Chili Cheese Haystack.
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.”
In an intense game that made the Miami Hurricanes look like champions for the first quarter, chumps for the next couple, and fighters to the end, it was Miami that prevailed 42-36 in overtime.
From suspensions to injuries, the Miami Hurricanes defense has seen it all this season. Heading into Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech, Miami has yet to have the same 11 defensive players on the field to start a game this season.
The University of Miami Hurricanes topped No. 20 Georgia Tech 24-7 on Saturday — holding the high-octane Yellow Jackets more than 300 yards and nearly 36 points below their season averages entering the game.
When he was at Navy, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson left a lasting impression on Miami’s Al Golden, and on Saturday the Hurricanes play host to Johnson and the 20th-ranked Yellow Jackets in a game that looms as critical for both teams.
The Miami Hurricanes have the unenviable task of trying to slow down Georgia Tech’s triple-option attack Saturday without several key defensive linemen.
It’s not quite Florida versus Florida State; but the Florida Gators will likely be traveling to College Station once every few years to take on the Texas A&M Aggies.