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The Miami Hurricanes had no problems with USF to the tune of six straight touchdowns and a final score of 49-21. Listen as our CaneInsider beat writer, Brian ‘the Beast’ London, breaks down the game as he saw it. Also, hear what head coach Al Golden had to say following the team’s fourth straight win.
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Miami beat South Florida 49-21 Saturday, but Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris left the game ticked off anyway.
Specifically, Morris had beef with what he considered dirty play by the Bulls.
"South Florida is a dirty team to say the least," he told the Miami Herald. "I don't know man. When you're down under [the pile] and everybody is on top they'...
Don't expect Miami Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris to exchange Christmas cards with anyone on the South Florida Bulls defense this year. Morris left the game early on in the second quarter after aggravating his injured ankle and did not return. After the game, which resulted in a 49-21 victory for Miami, Morris had some negative things to say about the opposition. "...
After Miami’s 49-21 win over USF, Stephen Morris spoke about his play, his injury, and accused USF of some less-than-flattering tactics.
Morris went 11-16 for 222 yards for 2 TDs . He left the game early in the second quarter after being hit hard by USF’s defense. The passing game certainly took a step forward on Saturday, and Morris was a big part of it. After the game though...
The Miami Hurricanes (3-0) head north to square off against Willie Taggart's winless South Florida Bulls on Saturday at 12:00 PM on ESPNU inside Raymond James Stadium. USFNation's Corey Bender breaks down the keys of the game for the Bulls to come out on top to pull off the this week's upset.
Tampa-I’ll be honest, Saturday’s clash between Miami and USF wasn’t exactly the most thrilling contest I’ve watched. I talked to a USF broadcaster before the game and he thought the game would be closer than most people thought. If it weren’t for a few mishaps on defense late, and a few penalties on special teams, Miami may have broken the 70-point margin again, like they...
Stephen Morris threw for two touchdowns before limping off with an ankle injury and Duke Johnson scored a TD in his eighth consecutive game, helping No. 15 Miami roll past winless South Florida 49-21 on Saturday.
Miami (4-0) is off to its best start in nine years heading into next weekend's Atlantic Coast Conference opener at home against Georgia Tech. At 0-4 under first-year...
The Miami Hurricanes just completed on field scratch and warm up during their normal pre-game routine here at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Bulls. Several things were very obvious as the Canes took the field, most notably the ginger nature in which Stephen Morris, starting quarterback for Miami, jogged around in warm ups.
Obviously he’d need time to warm up and would likely...
Al Golden addressed the media via teleconference, as he always does, the day after Miami beat USF 49-21 in Tampa. Al gave the media an update on all of the injuries, talked about several players who are working hard to get better and talked about his team’s focus on the ACC now that the out of conference schedule is over.
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The Miami Hurricanes stayed undefeated and the South Florida Bulls stayed winless on Saturday as the Canes cruised to an easy victory in Tampa.
With the game pretty much in hand already by the second quarter, the mascots for both teams decided to engage in their own competition.
Seen here is Rocky the Bull and Sebastian the Ibis mixing it up on the field much to the delight...
Stephen Morris blasted USF for playing dirty and trying to hurt his ankle during Miami’s 49-21 win over the Bulls on Saturday in Tampa. Morris went 11/16 for 222 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Hurricanes’ win. He left the game early in the second quarter and gave way to junior Ryan […]
The Miami Hurricanes were absolutely dismantling the South Florida Bulls this afternoon, so the ESPN cameras decided it would be more interesting to follow the mascots.
The bad thing for USF fans? Rocky the Bull was getting embarrassed by Sebastian the Ibis in the same manner:
Stay on the bus, Bulls fans.
Tampa, Fla.–The Miami Hurricanes came out of the gate quickly scoring once then gave up an opposition score and afterward rattled off six straight touchdowns to improve to 4-0 with a 49-21 win over the University of South Florida Bulls.
Quarterback Stephen Morris found the deep passing attack that he had once lost to the tune of 11 for 16 passing for 222 yards and two TDs. His...
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Earlier today, the Miami Hurricanes beat South Florida by four touchdowns. Afterward, Miami QB Stephen Morris was not happy, saying that he wished the Canes would have dominated even more. He also had some serious complaints about South Florida’s sportsmanship.
Per the Palm Beach Post:
“South Florida’s a dirty team. When you’re down and tackled and...
There are a lot of unknowns heading into the 2013-2014 basketball season. The Miami Hurricanes lost six of their key players from last season when they won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. There are five true bright-eyed freshmen on the roster. The buzz word Friday was “learning curve.” This year will be defined by how fast the young guys adjust to the big stage, which...
Coach Taggart's South Florida Bulls remain winless on the season, suffering a 49-21 defeat at the hands of the Miami Hurricanes Saturday afternoon.