UM Kicks Safety Ray-Ray Armstrong Off Football TeamMiami kicked senior safety Ray-Ray Armstrong off the football team Wednesday, and said it would give him a full release should he decide to transfer.
Ray-Ray Armstrong Cleared To PlayThe University of Miami’s defensive backfield will get a boost Saturday for the team’s game against the University of South Florida.
Ray-Ray's Back, But Will He Play?Miami safety Ray-Ray Armstrong has resumed taking part in team activities with the Hurricanes, though his status for the final two games of the regular season remains somewhat unclear.
Canes Suspend Ray-Ray ArmstrongAthletes continue to find out that social media can allow them to connect, but it can also get them in trouble. The latest athlete to find this out is Miami Hurricanes safety, Ray-Ray Armstrong.
Canes Regrouping Ahead Of Buckeyes GameSome will point to the Miami Hurricanes’ lack of players on defense as the real reason for Monday night’s loss to Maryland. But Canes head coach Al Golden pinned the loss on himself and two factors, turnovers and penalties.
Coach: Miami Awaiting Eligibility DecisionsThe fate of eight Miami players is now in the hands of the NCAA.
Herald: UM Rules 8 Athletes Ineligible Eight University of Miami student athletes ineligible for team’s opening game for their alleged involvement with the Nevin Shapiro scandal, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
Storm Clouds Gathering Over UMThe Grateful Dead sang in the song Casey Jones, "Trouble ahead, trouble behind." Those words sum up the scandal casting a dark cloud over the University of Miami's football and basketball programs.