Braxton Berrios Talks Miami Hurricanes Memories, NFL Draft PrepBerrios made an in-studio visit to the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM to reminisce about his days in Miami and to look ahead to the NFL Draft.
Braxton Berrios Shares His Favorite Memory As A Miami Hurricane“My favorite memory as a Cane was probably the win this year over FSU," noted Berrios. "Notre Dame is a close second because of my convicts celebration in the end zone.”
Hurricanes' Braxton Berrios Embraces Miami's 'Bad Guy' Role In Notre Dame RivalryEven though none of the current Hurricanes players are old enough to have lived through the golden era of Miami vs. Notre Dame football, they are very aware of the history.
Mark Richt Told Hurricanes, "Calm Down, Believe, And Trust" At Halftime - Recaps Game Winning Drive"Calm down, believe, and trust in your assignments and your technique," said Richt, when asked what he told his team during halftime.
Canes QB Competition Is Dead Even, Says Braxton BerriosBraxton Berrios: "They're all splitting reps and there is zero distance in my mind."
Canes Spring Scrimmage Notebook: Defense Impresses, Quarterbacks Still BattlingThe Miami Hurricanes closed out their spring practice session Saturday afternoon with a intersquad scrimmage, in which the White Team defeated the Orange Team 24-16 at Boca Raton High School in front of an intimate crowd.
Canes Spring Notebook: April 13As many folks are in observance of “Holy Week”, the Hurricanes took to the Greentree Practice Fields Thursday for their second practice of the week and last before their closed scrimmage on Saturday.
No. 16 Miami Needs To Rebound Against North CarolinaThere’s plenty of catchy sayings about bouncing back from a fall. There’s the one about continuing to try after your first unsuccessful attempt; the one about getting back on a horse; and of course the one that former Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade based a whole promotional campaign around: “fall down seven times, stand up eight”.
Notebook: Canes Blocking Out The Noise, Preparing For Big Road TestAs the University of Miami prepares for its first road game of the 2016 season, the classic musical “Bringin’ Da Noise, Bringin’ Da Funk” comes to mind.
UM Notebook: Canes Not Making Excuses Heading Into Season OpenerHaving lost a number of players either to graduation or attrition, Miami will likely start at least five underclassmen – three freshmen – when the Hurricanes host Florida A&M in its season-opening game Saturday at 6 p.m. in the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.
Media Day Notebook: Canes Are Improving, And Still WorkingIt’s a good time to be a Miami Hurricane. Things are definitely looking up for those wearing green and orange.
UM’s Lawrence Cager Injures Knee; To Miss 2016 SeasonSophomore Lawrence Cager sustained a “serious right knee injury” and could miss a significant amount of time – perhaps the entire 2016 season.
Spring Notebook: Canes Have A Need For SpeedIs there anyone out there who wants to go fast? The premise-setting line from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, almost perfectly sums up the message that Miami Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt had for his team at the conclusion of their sixth spring practice Saturday.
Hurricanes Lose Another Bowl Game In Frustrating FashionThe Miami Hurricanes saw a rough era end on Saturday in El Paso.
Hurricanes Hoping To Bounce Back From Latest FSU LossDisappointing seasons have become the norm for the Miami Hurricanes football team over the past decade.