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The University of Miami's Sean Spence, Clive Walford and Lamar Miller have garnered national honors for their performances in Miami's tough 38-35 loss to Virginia Tech Saturday at Lane Stadium.
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Does any ‘Cane fan remember Miami QB Jacory Harris’ Sophomore year? The one where he threw for three thousand plus yards and 24 touchdowns? The year when we all thought he would have a shot as a Heisman dark horse the next season? After a woeful grudge match against Ohio State in Columbus and a whole lot of dumb picks later, ‘Canes fans now have been trained like...
University of Miami redshirt sophomore running back Lamar Miller is among nine players that have been added to the 2011 Maxwell Award Watch List, as announced by the Maxwell Football Club.
The headline of this story might just be the most prevalent grievance Miami fans have presented since the end of last season. Miami RB Lamar Miller might just be the most complete halfback in college football now; despite the efficiency and talents of South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore and young Auburn star halfback Michael Dyer. All three teams are performing below...
Over the years we have met several dedicated Miami Hurricane fans who have raised their children to carry on the famous tradition of rooting for the school known simply as "The U".
Long-time Canespacer UMike (seen below) has taken his son to several UM and Canespace events over the years with great pride and joy. We respect that.
In fact we recently had several Canespacers...
Your Miami Hurricanes played well enough to win their game against ACC rival Virginia Tech.
Yet they did not get it done and lost 38-35. And in the end that is all that matters, right?
The UM offense started slow but later in the game played well enough to win.
Miami QB Jacory Harris, RB Lamar Miller, and WRs Tommy Streeter and Allen Hurns as well as Hurricane offensive coordinator...
Coach Al Golden said UM has plenty of issues on defense, but attributed much of it to injuries to several key players and a lack of continuity.
Lamar Miller, who topped the 100-yard mark for the fifth game in a row, rushed for 166 of UM’s 236 yards.
Even though we have not yet reached the mid-way point of the college football season, this week is basically elimination week in the ACC Coastal Division as your Miami Hurricanes face Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg.
Both team come into this week's contest with one loss in the ACC: miami lost to Maryland in the season opener and VT lost to Clemson at Death Valley...
The ACC Digital Network captured every big play in epic conference battle between the Miami Hurricane and Virginia Tech Hokies. Watch Lamar Miller rip through the Tech defense and Jacory Harris sling three touchdowns... BUY: ACC 3-Pack of Canes Home Games V-Tech: Recap | Notes | Stats | CaneShooter Photos
If I didnt see the effort, Id be discouraged, but theyre playing hard, said UM coach Al Golden after the Hurricanes loss.
(Don Petersen/AP Photo)Last week against Clemson, Virginia Tech’soffense was terribly ineffective. Yesterday, against Miami, QB Logan Thomas played brilliantly. Gofigure. What a difference a week makes...That said, while Virginia Tech's offense wasmuch improved, Miami’s offense put on a show against the Hokies vaunteddefense. The combined stats read like100 yard volleyball...