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Florida State Seminoles vs. Miami Hurricanes football preview and predictions. Who will win this 2013 Sunshine State showdown?
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- No roller coaster ride lasts 28 months.
Over the past two and a half years, however, the seventh-ranked Miami Hurricanes experienced enough drama to warrant an Emmy nomination.
The program waited to hear from the NCAA on a ruling, and finally did so on Tuesday. Four days later, it played its first game under clear skies.
For the second straight week, the...
There have not been too many highlights for the Miami Hurricanes today against a 4-3 Wake Forest team.
As the No. 7 team in the country, trailing at halftime for the second straight week falls far below expectations, especially when those opponents are Wake Forest and UNC.
However, one-handed catches on touchdown drives are just what is expected of top-10 teams with explosive offenses...
The Miami Hurricanes head north to Tallahassee to face a Florida State squad that has looked unstoppable in 2013. This hype video will get you pumped.
ESPN College GameDay will travel to Tallahassee in Week 10 for the Sunshine State showdown between the FSU Seminoles and Miami Hurricanes.
Duke Johnson capped off Miami’s game-winning drive by scoring twice. On the first run in to the endzone, the ACC officials determined Duke was out at the one-yard line despite the replay clearly showing Duke got the ball around the pylon. Duke then put the ball in from the one and Miami held on to win by three to stay undefeated at 7-0. Watch as Miami drives down the field to get...
Miami senior quarterback Stephen Morris certainly didn’t have an all-american type of day against the Deacs but he had some key throws that helped Miami win the game. During his post-game press conference he addressed the win against Wake, the relief of the NCAA saga being over, his ankle and more.
The post Miami Football: QB Stephen Morris Addresses the Media After...
The No. 7 Miami Hurricanes host the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Saturday in a match-up of two ACC schools.
Despite being 6-0 Miami will need some help if it is to get into the National Championship picture but first they need a win oer a 4-3 Wake Forest team.
Coverage of the game between Wake Forest and Miami will air on ESPNU beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Sun Life...
The Miami Hurricanes got some good news early in the week when the whole NCAA investigation finally came to an end. If you didn't know the sanction were light and watched the game today you would have thought they got slammed.
From Bleacher Report
For the second week in a row the Hurricanes struggled once again and needed some late game heroics to pull out the win...
Sony Michel grew up a fan of the Miami Hurricanes and although he committed to Georgia in the spring, UM didn't give up on him. Their consistency paid off Saturday when Michel was back in town...
The Miami Hurricanes are currently in a tighter game than perhaps they expected to be with Wake Forest making the trip to Sun Life Stadium. Whether they win or lose the Hurricanes have certainly provided a few highlight worthy plays.
In the first quarter it was linebacker Denzel Perryman with this scoop and slam on Demon Deacons...
Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Stacy Coley went up to make a catch on a jump ball and it appeared the ball would fall incomplete, even the announcers declared it incomplete. But as the ball came down and Coley was laying on his back on the ground, the ball fell right onto his chest and he was able to haul it in. Absolutely an unbelievable play by Coley and a crucial part to their...
Miami is in a dogfight at Sun Life Stadium against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. The Hurricanes found themselves in an early 14-3 hole and lacking any offensive rhythm, at least until tight end Clive Walford decided to make a play. This impressive 20-yard catch by Walford ignited Miami right before halftime:
On the very next play, Stephen Morris threw a 35-yard touchdown pass...
After a 30 carry for 168 yard, 2 TD effort and a game winning touchdown, Miami’s Duke Johnson was announced this afternoon as the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week.
From the ACC Media Department:
OFFENSIVE BACK – Duke Johnson, Miami, So., RB, 5-9, 194, Miami, Fla.
Johnson rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns on a career-high 30 carries in Miami’s 24-21 come...
Undefeated and ranked No. 7 in the country? You'd think that'd be enough to get fans to show up for the Miami Hurricanes' game against Wake Forest.
Miami tight end Clive Walford made a nifty one-handed grab in the first half of Saturday’s game against Wake Forest.With the Hurricanes...