Found September 15, 2013 on
Al Golden and the Miami football staff released the latest depth chart as the Canes prepare to host Savannah State on Saturday night at Sun Life Stadium. Seantrel Henderson gets the starting nod at right tackle despite having a tough time during the first two games. Feliciano moves over to guard. On defense, the battle between Thurston Armbrister and Alex Figueroa at OLB continues with them being listed as co-starters. Also on defense, Artie Burns is pushing Ladarius Gunter at Corner and they are both listed as co-starters.
The post Miami Football: New Depth Chart Released 9-15-13 appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.
BEST OF MAXIM
Miami junior WR Phillip Dorsett has only three catches in the first two games of the 2013 season. While he had a monster 53-yard grab against Florida, which resulted in a TD, there have been a few times so far this season where it looked like Dorsett and QB Stephen Morris were not on the same page. With a bye week behind him, Dorsett had a chance to chat with me about his progress...
In the aftermath of Miami beating rival Florida earlier this month, Hurricanes coach Al Golden said he didn't want his team to take on a celebratory mood for too long.
They apparently listened.
Miami's bye week was a work week, Golden said on Monday, when the Hurricanes got back onto the practice field after a weekend off. No. 16 Miami (2-0) gets back to game action Saturday...
Third year assistant Brennan Carroll is in his first year as the WRs coach on Al Golden’s staff. Carroll is known for his recruiting acumen on the west coast but now has the challenge of coaching up an athletic, but depleted Miami WR corps. With only six WRs on scholarship, Carroll has his work cut out for him in making sure all six are ready to go every week. With plenty of focus...
The Miami Hurricanes were back out on the practice fields in Coral Gables today after several days off during their bye week. Check out today’s report from CaneInsider’s Brian ‘the beast’ London.
The post Practice Report: Savannah State Week by Brian ‘the Beast’ London appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.