Canes Spring Scrimmage Notebook: Defense Impresses, Quarterbacks Still BattlingThe Miami Hurricanes closed out their spring practice session Saturday afternoon with a intersquad scrimmage, in which the White Team defeated the Orange Team 24-16 at Boca Raton High School in front of an intimate crowd.
Canes Spring Notebook: April 20The Miami Hurricanes held its final practice of the spring at the Greentree Practice Fields Thursday, completing its 14th session in anticipation of closing out the month-long training with a “live scrimmage” Saturday.
Canes Spring Notebook: Walton Doesn’t Want To Be “Babied”, Allison ReturnsFollowing Tuesday’s practice, head coach Mark Richt and a handful of players spoke to the media.
Canes Spring Notebook: April 15The Miami Hurricanes held their second closed scrimmage of the spring Saturday at the Greentree Practice Fields in Coral Gables.
RB Gus Edwards To Transfer From MiamiThe school announced Wednesday that running back Gus Edwards plans to transfer from the program.
Miami’s Joe Yearby To Enter NFL DraftMiami’s junior running back Joe Yearby announced Tuesday afternoon that he’ll forgo his senior season and will enter the 2017 NFL Draft.
Canes Grades: UM Snaps Bowl Game Drought, Canes Drop No. 16 West Virginia 31-14Sure, Wednesday night’s 31-14 win over No. 16 West Virginia in the Russell Athletics Bowl snapped UM’s 10-year winless drought in bowl games and allowed Miami to finish its season with five straight victories – including a bowl win – for the first time since 2001.
Kaaya Breaks School Record, Canes End Season On 4-Game Win Streak With 40-21 VictoryOn a day when Miami was honoring all of its senior players, it was junior quarterback Brad Kaaya who made the biggest impact as the Hurricanes used a 17-point third quarter burst to pull away from visiting Duke and earn a 40-21 win Saturday in front of 57,396 fans at Hard Rock Stadium.
Canes Snap Losing Skid, Out-Gun Pitt In 51-28 WinThe Canes needed to put a foot in the ground and say “enough”. Enough coming up short, enough losing.
No. 16 Miami Can’t Overcome Sluggish Start, Lose 20-13 To North CarolinaMiami couldn’t avoid the one thing that has plagued it seemingly for the past five years – not being able to bounce back following a tough loss. UM followed up last week’s heartbreaking one-point loss to Florida State with a lethargic performance Saturday, losing 20-13 to visiting North Carolina in front of an announced crowd of 58,731 fans at Hard Rock Stadium.
No. 16 Miami Needs To Rebound Against North CarolinaThere’s plenty of catchy sayings about bouncing back from a fall. There’s the one about continuing to try after your first unsuccessful attempt; the one about getting back on a horse; and of course the one that former Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade based a whole promotional campaign around: “fall down seven times, stand up eight”.
Mark Walton’s Big Night Powers No. 25 Canes Past FAUDespite a sloppy first half from its offense, No. 25 (AP) ranked Miami got a career performance from sophomore running back Mark Walton as it came away with a 38-10 victory over visiting Florida Atlantic University Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium in front of 57,123 fans.