National Signing Day is arguably the most important day of the college football year.
While National Signing Day didn’t go exactly as the University of Miami would’ve hoped, there were some positives to take away from it.
Even with a weak second half, No. 9-ranked Louisville beat the Miami Hurricanes 63-55 on Tuesday.
Miami Hurricanes guard Angel Rodriguez said the inconsistency of attendance could be connected to the team’s inconsistent play.
After a brief stay earlier in the season, the Miami Hurricanes find themselves ranked once again.
Miami Hurricanes basketball coach Jim Larranaga sent his players home with a quiz Friday night. The team barely passed that test when they took on Syracuse Saturday.
A second-half rally by Miami helped the Canes beat North Carolina State 65-60 on Thursday night.
Another former Miami Hurricanes football player is making a donation to his alma mater.
Kasey Hill and Chris Walker arrived at Florida as McDonald’s All-Americans, can’t-miss prospects, the next big-time players for coach Billy Donovan.
Notre Dame’s Jerian Grant channeled the luck of the Irish as he scored 23 points on Saturday, helping his team overcome a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat Miami 75-70.