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CORAL GABLES -- The way receiver Tommy Streeter has shined lately you could definitely make an argument he's taken over the role as the go-to-guy in the Hurricanes offense.
Wednesday, before UM wrapped up its morning practice, Touchdown Tommy was in a position that would have made Canes fans queasy if they were around. The 6-5, 215-pound junior limped off Greentree Field without a shoe on his left foot and headed to the locker room. Before he went in for treatment, Streeter spent 15 minutes with his lower left leg submerged in an ice bath.
While it initially appeared to be an ankle injury, coach Al Golden said he was hopeful it was just a case of Streeter being stepped on.
"I don't think it's an ankle or a high ankle," Golden said. "I think he got stepped on, which generally is a cleat on the top of the foot. As long as there isn't anything too serious, which doesn't look like it was, I think he'll be alright."
Streeter had a career da...
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Each year before the college football season starts the bloggers here at Canespace select their University of Miami "Legends of the Fall" for the upcoming season. This is a process by which bloggers choose one player on offense and one on defense and post their choices on the blog for all to see.
Legends are those players that Hurricane fans believe are going to have either...
Your Miami Hurricanes will open the 2011-12 college basketball season tonight at 7 PM at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables with an exhibition game against Florida Southern.
The Hurricanes are led by first year head coach Jim Larranaga who <span style="font-family: "Trebuchet MS"; font-size: 10pt;">was named the 12th head coach of the University of Miami...
University of Miami senior linebacker Sean Spence is one of 16 players named semifinalists for the Chuck Bednarik Award, given annually to the nation's top defensive player.
For the first time in his career, University of Miami junior Tommy Streeter has been named ACC Receiver of the Week as announced by the Atlantic Coast Conference office on Monday.
Amid reports that the university of in talks to restructure his contract, Hurricanes’ head coach Al Golden left no doubt about how he feels: “I love Miami.”
Looking for some help in the running game, the Hurricanes are tapping big, physical tight end for first career start.
The Miami Hurricanes men's basketball team began their 2011-12 campaign with an 88-78 exhibition win over Florida Southern Thursday night at the BankUnited Center.Men's Basketball Tickets: Grab A Six Pack Plan | Season | Single Game
Preseason basketball practice had hardly begun when Miami Hurricanes guard Durand Scott first felt the wrath of the team's new coach, Jim Larranaga. Scott made the mistake of taking the court without tying his shoes. Scott says "you might not think that's important, but it's as important as making a bucket." Scott said.
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Duke Blue Devils vs Miami Hurricanes Odds
Week 10 action on Saturday will see the Hurricanes looking to boost their win total and cover the spread when the Blue Devils visit Sun Life Stadium.
The Hurricanes currently sports a record of 4-4, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 4-4 ATS. The Blue Devils...
As the son of a part-time DJ, Hurricanes offensive lineman Harland Gunn said he grew up listening to all kinds of music in his home in Omaha, Nebraska.
Oldies. Rap. R&B. Lately, though, the 6-2, 310-pound left guard at the University of Miami said he's been expanding his tastes even more.
"I've been listening to Led Zepplin and stuff like that to get me ready for...
The Miami Hurricanes haven't been very good on run defense this season (they rank 82nd nationally).
But the pass defense hasn’t been any better. Here are some sobering, eye-opening stats on UM’s struggles:
> The Hurricanes' pass efficiency defense has dropped from fifth nationally a year ago (99.12 rating) to 102nd (144.37) heading into Saturday's 3 p.m. kickoff...
It didn't take long for Miami guard Malcolm Grant to learn something significant about his new coach. Jim Larranaga can spin a yarn like few others. "One thing I've learned is that with all his stories, there's always a message to it," Grant said. "He's not just talking to hear ...