Against North Carolina, Miami Hurricanes try to shake FSU loss, keep pace in ACC race

Braxton Berrios is tripped up at the 16-yard line by Florida State punter Logan Tyler with 3:19 left in the Miami-FSU game. (Getty Images) [Miami offense going off-script | Scout: Kaaya is ‘average’] [UNC video preview | 2015 loss hurt | Writer talks UNC] [UM D knows UNC O will be better this week] [Canes could get green, black alternate uniforms] [Miami’s depth chart...
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5 days ago

No. 25 Miami looking for complete effort against FAU

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Injured and unable to play when Miami faced Florida Atlantic a year ago, Hurricanes wide receiver Braxton Berrios remembers leaving the stadium at halftime. That's about when his teammates showed up. If the 25th-ranked Hurricanes (1-0) need a cautionary tale right now, they may look no further than last year's meeting when the Owls dominated long stretches...
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September 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Braxton Berrios wants to be Miami Hurricanes’ go-to wide receiver

[facebook url="" /] By Steve Gorten, Special to the Post CORAL GABLES – The Hurricanes’ starting quarterback, Brad Kaaya, also happens to be one of Braxton Berrios’ best friends. So it’s a safe bet Berrios will let Kaaya know if he feels he isn’t getting enough passes this fall. Canes Camp 2016: Photo...
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August 05, 2016

Miami Wide Receiver Comments On Mark Richt Hire, “We’re Getting Some (Rings)”

At least one Miami football player appears to be excited by the reported hiring of former Georgia coach Mark Richt.  Braxton Berrios, a sophomore wide receiver for the Hurricanes, commented on Richt’s hiring on Twitter.  Berrios posted a note that described Richt’s final meeting with his Georgia players, during which the coach said “life is about people, not rings.” Berrios...
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December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami hopes to avoid another post-Florida State tailspin

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- For the Miami Hurricanes, the toll of six consecutive losses to Florida State is compounded because lately they've let the losses linger. The past two defeats sent Miami into a tailspin that ended only when the season did. Embattled coach Al Golden's many detractors wonder whether 2015 will be a repeat as the Hurricanes digest the latest loss to their biggest...
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October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami WR Berrios is back from knee injury

Miami will remerge from its bye with a new weapon as wide receiver Braxton Berrios has been cleared to play. The Hurricanes sophomore wide receiver hurt his left knee on the first possession of Miami’s season-opening win over Bethune-Cookman, but the 5-9, 180-pound wideout practiced on Sunday and will be able to play this weekend when Miami (3-0) hits the road to take on Cincinnati...
Via FOX Sports
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Berrios back for unbeaten Hurricanes after knee scare

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Off the field, Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya and receiver Braxton Berrios are often inseparable. On the field, they're now together again. After both feared the worst when Berrios hurt his left knee on the opening possession of the season, the receiver has been cleared to play Thursday when Miami (3-0) visits Cincinnati (2-2) in the Hurricanes' final non-league...
Via Associated Press
September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Low external expectations not a bother for Hurricanes

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Braxton Berrios' story could serve as the ultimate example of what Miami is trying to accomplish this year. He told people for years that his dream was to play for the Hurricanes. More often than not, they wouldn't believe. In fairness, he doesn't exactly fit the mold of the prototype Miami wide receiver -- he stands only at 5-foot-9 and he's not a South...
Via Associated Press
August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami WR Braxton Berrios Is A Pretty Awesome Student

Braxton Berrios had a pretty good first season as a Miami football player. The true freshman caught 21 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns in 2014.  The 5-foot-9, 183-pound wideout had even more success off the field.  A full year into his college career, Berrios still hasn’t gotten a B. (We take the following tweet as Berrios saying he’s a straight-A student, not a Cs...
Via College Spun
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Injuries fail to derail confidence of 'Canes freshmen Berrios, Yearby

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The training room isn't the ideal place to begin a new chapter in one's life, but two freshmen -- wide receiver Braxton Berrios and running back Joe Yearby -- did just that this spring. While teammates put on helmets and pads for practice, the pair got up at 5 a.m. every day for 1.5 hours of treatment. Both watched from the sidelines as the other early enrollees...
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August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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