Miami QB Williams returns in Medal of Honor Bowl

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Miami quarterback Ryan Williams threw for 115 yards and a touchdown in his return to action at the Medal of Honor Bowl on Saturday. Williams helped the National team to a 26-14 victory - and gained himself some extra looks from NFL personnel on hand. The 6-foot-6 Williams expected to compete for the Hurricanes' starting job this year, instead tearing a knee...
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January 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Names True Freshman Brad Kaaya Their Starting Quarterback For Week One

Photo: Nike Since spring ball ended a little over four months ago, the Louisville football program had a pretty good idea who their starting quarterback would be.Unfortunately, Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes can’t exactly say the same thing. Senior Ryan Williams and redshirt freshman Kevin Olsen were competing for the first string spot, but neither will play in the season opener...
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August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Names True Freshman Brad Kaaya Starting Quarterback Against Louisville

The Miami Hurricanes quarterback situation has been one of the most interesting this off-season, and now it appears that a true freshman will open things up in week one, when the Hurricanes travel to new ACC rival Louisville. Official: Al Golden names true freshman Brad Kaaya #Canes starting QB. — Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 24, 2014 Kaaya was a highly-touted recruit for...
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August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Al Golden talks about Hurricanes' ACC chances in 2014

When news reached University of Miami football coach Al Golden that his program was voted the favorite to win this year's Atlantic Coast Conference Coastal Division, he laughed. Talking to Jeff Fischel of the ACC Digital Network Monday afternoon from ACC media days in Greensboro, North Carolina, Golden jokingly called it the "kiss of death" because "every year they seem like they...
Via Fox Sports Florida
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Notebook: Miami confident backup QBs can lead offense until Williams recovers

Spring football has ended for the University of Miami, which means a break for players before preparations begin for the 2014 opener in Louisville. Head coach Al Golden took part in Wednesday's Atlantic Coast Conference coaches spring football teleconference and expressed his contentment with his players' progress. ''I just think this was a team that was really focused and improved...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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