The Miami Hurricanes might’ve finished the regular season at a lackluster 6-6, but ESPN draft guru Todd McShay projects two Miami players to have their name called in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. […]
Duke Johnson had a moment to remember, and Miami had a game to forget.
It’s been an interesting few years for the Miami Hurricanes’ top receiver.
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.
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.
Miami will play No. 24 Nebraska on Saturday night for the first time since the programs were finishing their runs of dominance, and the history isn’t lost on today’s players.
Phillip Dorsett had 201 receiving yards and two touchdowns on only four catches, Brad Kaaya threw four touchdown passes and Miami easily beat Arkansas State 41-20 on Saturday.
Phillip Dorsett caught two touchdown passes, Duke Johnson eclipsed the 2,000-yard career rushing mark and Miami topped Florida A&M 41-7 Saturday night.
It’s been over eight months since the Miami Hurricanes last played a down of football. The wait for a new season may have seemed longer due to the way that the Hurricanes ended their 2013 campaign.
A year ago, all Miami quarterback Stephen Morris could do in the Hurricanes’ spring game was evaluate his teammates from the sideline. This time around, he’ll evaluate again — just from the field.