A young Miami team will open the season against Boston College on Saturday with 34 true freshmen.
If you blinked you may have missed it, but the Jacory Harris era in Philadelphia is already over.
Former University of Miami Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris spent a week looking for a quarterback job in the NFL, but Friday his work paid off.
Now that the NFL Draft is behind them, the Miami Dolphins will hold their first rookie mini-camp Friday to give those draft picks and undrafted free agents their first taste of the NFL.
Luke Kuechly ran an interception back for a touchdown and became Boston College’s all-time tackles leader, and the Eagles picked Jacory Harris off four times in his final college game en route to beating Miami 24-17 on Friday.
The Miami Hurricanes won’t be going bowling this season which means Friday’s dual with Boston College will be the final time in 2011 you will get to see the 2011 senior class on the field.
The University of Miami needed a few more minutes last weekend and they might have been able to pull off an improbable upset of Florida State. But, now the Canes must regroup and focus on the Bulls of South Florida.
Michael Rocco passed for 226 yards and two scores, running back Perry Jones threw one touchdown pass and caught another, and Virginia held off Miami 28-21 on Thursday night to snap a seven-game Atlantic Coast Conference road losing streak.
When the Miami Hurricanes take the field at Sun Life Stadium Thursday night, they are hoping to avoid last year’s debacle against the Virginia Cavaliers.
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.