The Miami Hurricanes can’t exorcise all of the NCAA demons from the campus on Friday, but just getting back to football will be the perfect medicine for students, players, and fans of UM.
After an offseason full of waiting on the NCAA to finally issue a ruling on the Nevin Shapiro scandal; it’s finally time for Game 1 of the regular season for the University of Miami Hurricanes football team.
Miami Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris saw quite a bit in his first few years of college football, but the competition will definitely kick up a notch on September 7 when the Canes will welcome the Florida Gators into Sun Life Stadium.
The Miami Hurricanes enter the 2013 season looking to accomplish something they haven’t been able to do since 2006, win a bowl game.
College football season is still months away, but fans will get one final peek at the University of Miami Hurricanes team this Saturday when they finish practice with a spring game.
When most people talk about a rookie on the Washington Redskins, they focus on quarterback Robert Griffin, III and with good reason. But there’s another rookie who’s running away from the competition as well.
The news broke Monday morning that the University of Miami Hurricanes will self-impose a second-consecutive postseason ban on the football team. Word spread quickly and left fans, coaches and players disappointed over the decision.
The University of Miami Hurricanes need a victory Saturday night to keep their bowl hopes alive, the only problem is arch-rival Florida State will be standing in the way at Sun Life Stadium.
The Miami Hurricanes already face a tall task of trying to knock of the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday. But, they had been planning on using backup quarterback Ryan Williams against the Noles’ stout defense, but that plan may be changing.
The Miami Hurricanes were already facing a tough task on Saturday with the powerful Florida State Seminoles coming to town, but now the Canes may have to do it without their starting quarterback.