Found March 06, 2014 on CaneInsider:
The Miami Hurricanes closed their first four sessions of spring practice this afternoon before taking off until March 18th.  During the break, head coach Al Golden said that he’s going to stay back and plan for the team and get ready for them to come back and resume practices.  Meanwhile, the assistant coaches will take a break with the players and get some time away.  CaneINsider was on hand for the last of the first four open practices and detailed our observations.  Click here to read them on our message board. The post Hurricanes Football: Canes Close Final Spring Practice before a Week Off appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.

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