It’s not the Berlin Wall, but the University of Miami has put together quite a mountain of men to protect quarterback Stephen Morris and blow open holes for top running back Duke Johnson.
The Miami Hurricanes struck gold a few years ago when they landed the number one overall recruit in the country in the massive 6’8”, 350 pound offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson out of Minnesota.
The University of Miami got some well-needed good news Monday when it was revealed several key pieces of the 2012 team will be returning for their senior seasons.
It’s tough to miss a 6’8” nearly 340 pound man, but the Miami Hurricanes football team had been doing just that through the first three practices of fall camp.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football program is as storied as any in the country over the last four decades. But even the most popular programs have to reach into the student population for help from time to time.
Fresh off a devastating loss to an average Kansas State team, the Miami Hurricanes finally get a reprieve this weekend with a matchup against Bethune-Cookman from the Football Championship Series.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football team has become an also-ran in college football for the last several years. But, starting this weekend, a new era kicks off at the school known as “the U,” that has fans and players hopeful for the future.
Miami Hurricanes fans are in the same boat Miami Dolphins fans are as both teams search for a starting quarterback. For the Hurricanes, new coach Al Golden has to figure out which quarterback will cut down on one major statistic.
University of Miami football coach Al Golden figures to have one of the nation’s best young offensive lineman in 6’8”, 345 pound Seantrel Henderson. But, internet rumors forced Golden to address Henderson’s status on the team.