It had been 1,082 days since Miami players could walk outside their locker room, hit the fields adjacent to the school’s athletic complex and have a bowl practice.
The president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos Calderón is set to visit the University of Miami Monday.
When the Miami football staff showed up for work Saturday, there still was hope that the Hurricanes would have two games left on their schedule this season.
The Miami Hurricanes held off a late charge by host Cal State Fullerton, defeating the Titans, 48-46, in the second round of the Wooden Legacy, on Friday afternoon.
Stacy Coley hauled in a pair of touchdown passes and zig-zagged 73 yards on an end around for another score as Miami kept its slim hopes for a spot in the ACC title game alive with a 41-31 victory over Pittsburgh on Friday.
When Miami was off to its unbeaten start, Hurricanes coach Al Golden made it very clear that the process of turning the team back into a contender was far from over.
Reserve James Kelly scored 17 points to lead Miami to an 84-69 victory over Texas Southern Thursday night.
Throughout his three seasons as Miami’s coach, Al Golden often has pointed to Virginia Tech as the standard that the Hurricanes are chasing in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division.
His respect for the Hokie program is obvious.
An Army surgical team that needed to hone its trauma skills came to Ryder Trauma Center to learn from some of the best.
The sense of loss has not changed for Jeanette Pata. Seven years ago, she rushed to her son’s Kendall apartment to find out he had been shot to death in the parking lot. On the anniversary of Bryan Pata’s death, she feels the case has gone cold.