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No. 24 Miami Hurricanes (7-5) Coach Al Golden (third season, 13-11 at Miami, 40-45 overall)Returning Starters: 20, 10 offense, 10 defense, 0 special teamsRecruiting Rank: 19Strength of Schedule: 66 Following a mediocre season in 2012, the Miami Hurricanes and coach Al Golden should be poised to make a run at a BCS bowl game this season with conference-best 20 starters returning. There is one sophomore that Miami has no concerns about and that is running back Duke Johnson, who earned all-America honors as a freshman with 947 rushing yards, over 2,000 all-purpose yards and 13 total touchdowns. Johnson is one of 10 Miami sophomores who started at least one game as freshmen. Senior quarterback Stephen Morris is back to run the offense after posting 3,345 passing yards with 21 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Morris attended the Manning Passing Academy this offseason."I think that overall the Manning camp was a great experience," Morris said. "I think it was more of ...
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Quarterback Stephen MorrisSr. 6-2 214Achievements & Notes:2012 Captain's Award2012 Offensive Most Valuable Player (team)Single-season total offense record with 3,415 yardsKey Stats:3,345 pass yards, 58.2 completion percent, 21 pass touchdowns, & 7 interceptions. High School:Miami, FL (Monsignor Pace HS) Analysis:Miami quarterback is a talented player that could help...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By TIM REYNOLDS AP Sports Writer At Miami, the starting running back goes by the name Duke Johnson. His mother wears a jersey to games with ''Momma Duke'' stitched on the back and just about everyone calls him Duke.
The only holdout is Miami coach Al Golden. For whatever reason, Golden calls his running back by his given name, ...
Miami coach Al Golden stood behind a lectern for a half-hour Thursday to talk about his team, discussing things like how the Hurricanes worked in the weight room and their depth at certain positions.
In other words, normal football stuff.
And that itself seems rather abnormal, given what the Hurricanes have been through over the last two years.
When Miami opens practice on Saturday...
CaneInsider’s Brian London is our man on the football beat this fall and he was there for the first day of fall camp for the 2013 Miami Hurricanes. Read his tweets and listen as he breaks down what he learned and gives his observations from practice early this morning on the Greentree fields in Coral Gables. Also expect 2-3 incoming transfers to be announced within a few days...
Anthony Chickillo is going into his third season as a starter at defensive end for the Hurricanes, and he sees a lot of improvement on that side of the football.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. So who is this Randy Johnson to whom Miami coach Al Golden keeps referring?
After all, there's no reason for Golden to be citing the future Hall of Fame pitcher when discussing the Hurricanes' ground game.
Miami's 2013 roster does include two Johnsons, running backs Duke and DeAndre, but no "Randy."
Or does it?
"He's the only one...