There were two gimmick touchdowns in Miami’s spring game, one of them coming when 1992 Heisman Trophy winner Gino Torretta connected with Houston Texans’ star Andre Johnson for a score.
College football season is still months away, but fans will get one final peek at the University of Miami Hurricanes team this Saturday when they finish practice with a spring game.
James Coley came to Miami to be the Hurricanes’ offensive coordinator. After the team’s first scrimmage of the spring, he sounded more like an English professor.
It took six years to happen, but the Miami Hurricanes are ending their season on a high note.
The news broke Monday morning that the University of Miami Hurricanes will self-impose a second-consecutive postseason ban on the football team. Word spread quickly and left fans, coaches and players disappointed over the decision.
With a big win over USF Saturday, the Hurricanes are now bowl-eligible.
A 10-yard touchdown pass from Michael Rocco to Jake McGee with 6 seconds remaining Saturday was what Virginia needed, rallying from a 10-point deficit to edge past Miami 41-40.
The Miami Hurricanes and the Virginia Tech Hokies have had seasons both fanbases would like to forget, but both are still in position to make it to the ACC Championship game if they win the rest of the games, starting with a Thursday night matchup at Sun Life Stadium.
Up by 10 points, against a heavily favored rival, the biggest home crowd of the season squealing with delight.
The University of Miami Hurricanes need a victory Saturday night to keep their bowl hopes alive, the only problem is arch-rival Florida State will be standing in the way at Sun Life Stadium.