UM Notebook: No. 14 Hurricanes Want To Attack Georgia TechAfter the first four weeks of the season, the University of Miami made it through with an unblemished record, a consensus No. 14 ranking (AP/Coaches Poll) and a growing confidence for the future that’s permeating through the school and the fan base.
Notebook: Canes Blocking Out The Noise, Preparing For Big Road TestAs the University of Miami prepares for its first road game of the 2016 season, the classic musical “Bringin’ Da Noise, Bringin’ Da Funk” comes to mind.
UM Notebook: It’s All About Tempo As No. 25 Canes Prepare For FAUComing off a game where it was a touchdown shy of matching the school record for points scored, Miami can’t bathe in its press clippings – the Canes have a tougher test ahead.
Canes Put On Near Record-Setting Performance In Season Opener, Dominate FAMUThe Mark Richt era began Saturday with an expected dominant performance Saturday night, as the Miami Hurricanes defeated Florida A&M University 70-3 in the home opener at the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.
UM Notebook: Canes Not Making Excuses Heading Into Season OpenerHaving lost a number of players either to graduation or attrition, Miami will likely start at least five underclassmen – three freshmen – when the Hurricanes host Florida A&M in its season-opening game Saturday at 6 p.m. in the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.
Kaaya Throws 3 TD’s, Canes ‘Green Team’ Wins Spring Game 24-7The Canes wrapped up their spring program, capping off the 15-practice set with its annual spring game Saturday afternoon at Fort Lauderdale Lockhart Stadium.
Canes Notebook: Still Plenty Of Work Ahead For HurricanesMiami’s new coaching staff hasn’t pulled any punches this spring when talking about where the program is and where they want it to head.
Spring Notebook: Canes Have Youth Movement At LinebackerMiami has been “Quarterback U”, “Running Back U”, “Receiver U”, “D-Line U”, “Defensive Back U” – suffice it to say that the Hurricanes have produced more than their fair share of great football players.
Spring Notebook: Canes Keeping It Simple On DefenseJust about everything can be boiled down to pretty simple terms. While there are many small intricacies and nuances of the game of football that some people spend years trying to master; it still boils down to being able to get the ball in the endzone and stopping the other team from doing the same thing, at least, one less time than you do.
Change Is Good For Canes As Spring Practice OpensAs Miami held its first spring practice under new head coach Mark Richt, two things were certain.
Dearing On School Choice Bill: "It's Really Contrary To American Values"Roger Deering, Executive Director of the FHSAA, joined the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM and talked about the “School Choice Bill”.
Diaz On Canes Defense: "Attack Doesn't Mean Blitzing Every Time"New Miami Hurricanes defensive coordinator Manny Diaz joined the Joe Rose Show to discuss his hiring by head coach Mark Richt and his plans for the Canes defense.