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Raising Canes is the highly acclaimed and inspiring new video series produced by the University of Miami athletic department that highlights the growth, development and dedication of current UM student-athletes in action.
For those of us at Canespace the term "Raising Canes" is also about the many Hurricane fans out there that are dedicated parents and are raising their children to respect and value the tremendous achievements of the small, private university located in Coral Gables known simply as "The U" that has established a proud history and tradition of athletic and academic excellence.
You can bet that RoachCane's new grand-daughter (seen above) will learn about the remarkable accomplishments of the Hurricanes' football and baseball programs over the last 30 years as well as the phenomenal rise in academic standards at Miami over the last decade that have vaulted UM into the national spotlight for both its athletic and academic achievements on and...
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The Miami Hurricanes have a bad reputation and this video from a fan might be one explanation why.
Apparently, Hurricane fans train their young to choose to drink beer over milk at a very early age. Check out this hilarious video of an infant choosing to drink beer over milk numerous times. The child actually breaks out into tears when the milk is in front of him and the only...
Lamar Miller ran for two touchdowns and became Miami's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2002, Jacory Harris passed for three first-half scores and the Hurricanes scored on their first five possessions to roll past Duke 49-14 on Saturday.
HurricaneSports brings you another infographic, this time highlighting senior quarterback Jacory Harris.
The final score of the game between Miami and Duke was 49-14.
FORTY NINE TO FOURTEEN. You know that Hurricane fans love that score!
Just when you thought that your Miami Hurricanes were down and out former Miami Killian and current University of Miami star RB Lamar Miller ran for two touchdowns and became Miami's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2002.
Miami Northwestern product...
MIAMI (AP) - Lamar Miller ran for two touchdowns and became Miami's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2002, Jacory Harris passed for three first-half scores and the Hurricanes scored on their first five possessions to roll past Duke 49-14 on Saturday.
Miami tight end Blake Ayles immediately realized what was happening. You have that many concussions and you know when you've had another. The bad headache arrived quickly after he took the bone-jarring hit, followed by a sensation that his head was filling like some sort of balloon, feeling like his skull was bursting with every step.