Gerald Willis: 'Would Be A Blessing If I Get To Hit Tom Brady Before He Retires'Former Miami Hurricanes defensive lineman weighs in on his journey to the draft and why Brady is at the top of the list of QBs he wants to sack in the league.
UM-FSU Game Is On At Hard Rock Stadium, Tailgating Hours ChangedThe University of Miami versus Florida State football game will be played as scheduled on Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium with kickoff set for 8 p.m. but tailgating hours have been adjusted.
Canes Coach Richt: "We Will Earn The Right For Victory"Welcome home Mark Richt. That's the huge message from the University of Miami to the Hurricane alumnus as he became the 24th head football coach on Friday.
Going Broke: Life After SportsIt's the kind of money most of us could only dream of especially to play a game. Yet everyday professional athletes cash checks for millions of dollars.
Kaaya Quickly Emerges As A Miami Leader A freshman quarterback took the University of Miami football team on his back, with hopes of carrying them through a victorious season without fumbling.
UM Hurricanes Football Player Suspended For SeasonThe University of Miami (UM) football team will be without one of their highly touted defensive ends this season. The university has suspended Al-Quadin Muhammad from the campus because of an issue off the field.
UM Ass't Coach Michael Barrow Steps Down For "Family Matter"The University of Miami’s longtime assistant coach Micheal Barrow is stepping down from his post.
FAU And UM To Honor Former Coach Schnellenberger FridayA case could be made that Miami and Florida Atlantic are football brothers. After all, the programs have the same father.
Former Miami Football Equipment Manager Speaks OutThe lengthy NCAA investigation is taking a toll on a former Miami football equipment manager.
Report: Al Golden's Staff Broke NCAA Recruiting RulesMiami coach Al Golden's second season at the school is beginning much like his first one, with new accusations of rule breaking, the looming threat of serious NCAA sanctions and no apparent end in sight for the long probe into the Hurricanes' compliance practices.