Now that junior transfer Angel Rodriguez plays point guard for the Miami Hurricanes instead of Kansas State, he does his grocery shopping unrecognized.
The last time the Miami Hurricanes basketball team had a star at point guard, they won the ACC Championship.
The 2014 season has been a struggle for the Miami Hurricanes and the team received news on Wednesday night that will make things a bit more difficult.
A half-hour before the Florida Panthers’ home opener, there were people waiting outside the arena to buy tickets.
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.
Around Miami, nobody is happy these days. Former players are bashing coach Al Golden and his staff on sports radio and through social media. Fans are talking about staying away from games in protest.
Deon Hill ran 8 yards for a decisive touchdown on fourth down, Zach Laskey rushed a career-high 29 times for 133 yards and Georgia Tech stayed unbeaten with a 28-17 victory over Miami on Saturday night.
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.