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PLAYERS: Dyron Dye
Miami Hurricanes senior tight Dyron Dye has been booted off the Miami team, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.  Dye’s attorney said that Miami’s legal counsel communicated the news to him on Monday afternoon. Dye had a tumultuous career with the Hurricanes, including being suspended during the Nevin Shapiro investigation that percolated during 2011.  He was known as the last connection to the investigation that was still playing at Miami. The specific reason Dye was released by the Hurricanes has not been clearly defined publicly, but it appears that related to the NCAA investigation and information that was obtained during interviews with Dye. Miami head coach Al Golden had no comment on the Dye dismissal. The Hurricanes are picked by many media outlets to win the Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal division and play in the ACC championship game this season. Dye hauled in 4 passes totaling 48 yards during the 2012 season. The post Dyron Dye Blown Away By Hurricanes appeare...

Miami says Dye will no longer be on 'Canes roster

CORAL GABLES, Fla.-- Dyron Dye will no longer be part of the Miami football program, a decision Monday that ends the Hurricane career for the last member of the program with any real ties to the Nevin Shapiro scandal. The university made the announcement Monday, the same day that Dye was hoping to receive clearance from doctors to resume playing. He injured his Achilles' and...

Miami Releases Dyron Dye

The University of Miami confirmed that they have released senior defensive lineman, Dyron Dye, this afternoon. “The University of Miami has informed football player Dyron Dye that he will no longer be a member of the Miami football program.  Given the totality of the circumstances and unresolved issues regarding the NCAA investigation, the University has decided to move ahead...

Dillard No Longer With the Hurricanes

CaneInsider has learned that reserve RS Freshman RB Danny Dillard is no longer on the team, a UM Spokesperson confirms.  Dillard had been battling for the No. 2 running back position after redshirting last season and had looked okay but many accounts of his play. However, he was not present during the final day of Fall Camp on yesterday and all players were said to be participating...

Hurricanes Close #CanesCamp Two Days Early

Late this evening, the Miami Hurricanes football media relations team sent notice that the 2013 University of Miami Fall Camp was over. “I was informed this evening that Coach [Al] Golden decided to break #CanesCamp a day early. There will be no practice Tuesday or Wednesday, ” wrote Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Chris Yandle.  That means that today’s session...

Fall Camp 2013 August 19, 2013 Report: WR Depth

Clive Walford Today, the Miami Hurricanes held their second to last day of practice during fall camp on the baseball field at Mark Light Stadium.  We spoke to head coach Al Golden before practice for the first time since Friday’s scrimmage and he was pleased overall but still admitted that the team had a long way to go.  He did say, however, that a lot of progress can be made...

Canes Release New Depth Chart 8-19-13

The University of Miami has released the latest depth chart. With just over a week till game number one against FAU, this depth chart may be pretty close to the opening night two-deep. Some battles still loom. Bunche and Feliciano going at it at LG…I’m guessing Bunche takes a backseat there. The coaches love Feliciano. AT LB, it’s between the freshman A Fig and Thurston Armbrister...

Dillard no longer a Hurricane

Miami's depth chart at the running back position just got a little bit smaller today. The school confirmed that Danny Dillard is no longer a member of the team.
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