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Week 3 grades: Canes passing game takes off, defense stingy

MIAMI GARDENS – The Miami Hurricanes defeated the Arkansas St. Red Wolves 41-20 Saturday afternoon in Week 3. Here is how the Canes’ units graded out: MIAMI RUN GAME VS. ASU RUN DEFENSE: Duke Johnson reached the 100-yard mark against Louisville, but has just 43 carries through three games, totaling 290 yards rushing. Against Arkansas St., he rushed 14 times for 92 yards, rushing...
Via CaneInsider
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami (FL) vs. Arkansas State – Game Time, TV Schedule, Line, Preview, Predictions

Twitter/@DukeJohnson_8 Miami bounced back from an ugly season opener loss to Louisville with a 41-7 win over Florida A&M last week, but plenty of questions remain in Coral Gables. Brad Kaaya continues to be shaky under center for the Hurricanes, and was replaced by senior transfer Jake Heaps after an up-and-down 177 yard, two touchdown, two interception outing against the Rattlers...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Al Golden: A bigger Duke Johnson has ‘an edge about him’

CORAL GABLES — Duke Johnson has always had the flash. A 5-star recruit, the speedy Johnson rushed for 1,957 yards and scored 36 total touchdowns during his senior season at Miami Norland en route to a Class 5A state championship in 2011. The explosive University of Miami running back/kick returner then posted arguably the greatest freshman season in school history in 2012, before...
Via CaneInsider
August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Back healthy, Duke Johnson primed for return to form for Hurricanes

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- An orange No. 8 jersey raced toward the end zone untouched during money drills Wednesday afternoon at the Greentree Practice Fields. Junior Duke Johnson resembled his All-ACC persona -- a welcome sight for both the University of Miami football program and its fans. And yet there were a few minor differences: a blue facemask visor and the extra muscle on his...
Via Fox Sports Florida
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Duke Johnson, Miami ready to "take the next step"

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Miami -- or "The U", as it is more popularly known -- is still not back. Junior running back Duke Johnson wants to make that clear. "I don't see why we can say we're back. We don't have a reason to say that," Johnson said. "We've been in the ACC for 10 years and we haven't been to the ACC Championship once. We haven...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Duke Johnson & Miami Hurricanes Mascot Crash Superfan’s Wedding (Video)

A Miami Hurricanes fan got the wedding present of a lifetime from his new wife. When the couple were planning their wedding, the groom, Pedro, called the team to ask if it would be possible to have the school mascot, Sebastian the Ibis, show up to the party. The team told him no, but his fiancé at the time had already secretly been masterminding a plan to have Sebastian come along...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Hurricanes must adjust after losing Duke Johnson for year

University of Miami sophomore running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a fractured right ankle, a team official confirmed prior to head coach Al Golden's teleconference Sunday afternoon. Golden said Johnson will have surgery this week. "I feel badly for the young man, for any of these young people that get injured," Golden said. "Phillip...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Source: Duke Johnson Out for the Season

CaneInsider has learned from a source close to the player that Miami Hurricane running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the football season with an ankle injury.  The severity of the injury is unknown, however, a source confirms to CaneINsider that Johnson will be ‘out for the season.’  The injury was suffered during the Miami Hurricanes Saturday November 2nd contest...
Via CaneInsider
November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: Duke Johnson And The 2013 Miami Hurricanes

So, hell hasn’t risen from underneath the grounds at Coral Gables. Oh, right, the NCAA is too busy being … the NCAA. When we rolled out this series a year ago, the entire staff here — and the nation — wondered if the Miami Hurricanes would soak in all of the sun South Florida has […]The post The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: The 2013 Miami Hurricanes appeared first on The...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Duke Johnson has career day, but is injured in expected Hurricanes 34-6 win

Duke Johnson set the tone for the game with a 38-yard reception on the Hurricanes’ first play from scrimmage. In the first quarter, he became the 39th 1,000 yard rusher in Miami Hurricanes’ history. Then he set a new career-high of 187 rushing yards in a game. He broke his previous record of 176 yards with a run in the third quarter and the Hurricanes beat the Florida Atlantic...
Via CaneInsider
August 31, 2013  |  Discuss
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