If you’re looking for quality football, it may be time to change the channel when the University of Miami Hurricanes are coming on television. The Canes are giving new definition to defensive ineptitude this season.
Miami Hurricanes outside linebacker Ramon Buchanan will once again miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
The Miami Hurricanes were at one time a defensive behemoth that constantly put stars into the NFL. But after giving up more than 30 points and 440 yards passing to an average Boston College team, the defense is the team’s biggest worry.
It’s been four years since the Kansas Jayhawks took the floor to play for the national championship. During that game, a point guard hit a buzzer-beating 3-point shot to force overtime.
Anthony Davis had 15 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 1 Kentucky held off Florida 74-71 on Saturday in the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Just three years ago, running back Bryce Brown out of Wichita, Kansas was the most sought after recruit in the country. Now, he is on the outside looking in on the 2012 NFL scouting combine.
Lamar Miller ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns, Tommy Streeter caught two scoring passes and Miami used a series of quick scores to shake off a dreadful early start and beat Bethune-Cookman 45-14 on Saturday.
The University of Miami has stumbled to a 1-2 record through the first three games of the season. But, the Canes will try to even their record this weekend when Football Championship Series team, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats visit Sun Life Stadium.
Lightning delayed the meet between the Canes and the Wildcats Saturday, but the charge in the air wasn’t enough to charge up Miami, after Kansas State stopped Miami quarterback Jacory Harris’ fourth-down run at the goal line with 49 seconds left, capping a brilliant late stand that sealed the Wildcats’ 28-24 win over the Hurricanes on Saturday.
The University of Florida Gators have been a model of consistency this season, with a defense that is second to none in the country.