ORLANDO (AP) — Teddy Bridgewater’s likely foray into the NFL will be preceded by a matchup with his hometown team – also the one to which he originally committed. It’s the precursor to a conference […]
Seven-hundred and eighty-nine days after Yahoo! Sports published a lengthy investigative piece detailing dozens of allegations against the University of Miami’s athletic department; the school has finally learned its fate from the NCAA.
Saturday’s game between the 10th-ranked Gators and the Hurricanes in Miami, the in-state rivals might not play each other for a while — at least not in the regular season.
The Randy Shannon era at the University of Miami is long gone, but Shannon and UM are back in the spotlight again after the former coach filed suit against UM for allegedly firing him “without cause.”
A new report from Rivals.com is for the first time indicating that University of Miami staff knew of Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro and warned the players and coaches about him.
The University of Miami and head coach Al Golden gave the first public statements from the school Tuesday morning about the ongoing NCAA investigation into claims made by a convicted Ponzi schemer about potential rules violations including impermissible benefits.
The University of Miami’s athletic department will welcome in some visitors that rarely come with good news for a school.
His voice nearly cracking, Miami athletic director Kirby Hocutt somberly laid out some of the many reasons why Randy Shannon was right for the Hurricanes. The academic success. Improved recruiting classes. His decades as part of the Miami family.
Mark Richt says he has no interest in rejoining his alma mater as coach.
He said leaving Georgia for another job — even at his alma mater, is out of the question.
Miami offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland has accepted an offer to be the Hurricanes’ interim coach, taking over less than one day after the university fired Randy Shannon.