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Al Golden has done an admirable job coaching the Miami Hurricanes. He put the ‘Canes in a bowl eligible position in his first two seasons at The U, although the school has self imposed a postseason ban for the second straight year, meaning they will not play for the ACC Championship or in any bowl game. Still, with all that this once proud program has been through as of late, Golden should be applauded for the job he has done in just two years at Miami.
Now, if he was smart, he would see that the time is now to leave Miami.
Golden is a very good college football coach. He proved that while leading the Temple Owls to a winning record as well as a bowl game. That is impressive. Almost nobody led Temple to pretty much anything before Golden arrived and turned that program around.
He has also done a solid job with Miami in two seasons as head coach. They have some talented young players who will continue to develop, but it may not matter. Not once the NCAA comes down with the hammer aga...
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The Miami Hurricanes have blown away their chances to play in the ACC Championship by self-imposing a second straight postseason ban on its football program because of an NCAA investigation that is expected to lead to numerous sanctions against the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes were also poised to secure a berth in the ACC championship game … Continue reading »
The Miami Hurricanes, though eligible, will not be going toa post-season bowl game for a second straight season. The University administration has informed the AtlanticCoast Conference and the NCAA that the school will withdraw from bowlconsideration for the 2012 post-season. The self-imposed ban was done tomitigate forthcoming sanctions from the NCAA in the wake of the Nevin Shapiroscandal...
The Miami Hurricanes were not only bowl eligible for the 2012 NCAA Football season, but with one more win against the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday, the ‘Canes could have been playing for the ACC Championship against the Florida State Seminoles in less than two weeks. Thanks to an ongoing investigation by the NCAA for multiple violations, the Hurricanes have self imposed a postseason...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. In January 1942, due to safety concerns after the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor the month before, the Rose Bowl was played in Durham, N.C., rather than Pasadena, Calif.
The Miami Hurricanes figure its time for another bowl at Wallace Wade Stadium.
Were going to treat Duke like our bowl game, Miami junior defensive end Shayon Green said Tuesday.
The Miami Hurricanes will join the ranks of Ohio State, Penn State, University of Central Florida, and North Carolina as bowl ineligible for the upcoming postseason. The Hurricanes (6-5, 4-3 ACC) in an unprecedented decision opted to forego their second straight postseason play as NCAA investigations are ongoing regarding revelations of a booster alleging to have given extra benefits...