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STACY COLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Stacy Coley hoping to produce in Miami Hurricanes spring game

CORAL GABLES — This is not an under-reported Hurricanes storyline: the 2014 season did not go how Stacy Coley hoped it would. What’s new is that he wasn’t exactly pleased with his team’s most recent scrimmage. Working mostly as a slot receiver, he caught three passes for four yards. “Not as planned, how I wanted,” he said, when asked about last Saturday’s session...
Via Canes Watch
March 25, 2015

Who can fix Stacy Coley? New Miami WR coach Kevin Beard says he can

New Hurricanes wide receivers coach Kevin Beard, 34, looks almost as fit as he did during his UM career (1999-2003). He probably wishes he could get back on the field to catch passes from Brad Kaaya. “He has a golden arm. He can honestly make all the throws,” Beard said of UM’s rising sophomore quarterback. Beard has his hands full with a talented, but inconsistent returning...
Via Canes Watch
February 13, 2015

Stacy Coley keeping a smile on his face through sophomore slump

Stacy Coley's sophomore season hasn't gone the way he expected it to. But at least he's putting a smile out there for the world to see. One of the most electrifying freshmen in the country last season (he ranked second nationally with a 21.8-yard average the 67 times he touched the ball as a receiver or return man), it's almost startling that Coley hasn't found a way to break loose...
Via Eye on the U
October 30, 2014

Hurricanes notes: Freshman QB Brad Kaaya still a work in progress

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- According to the University of Miami's Al Golden, most football coaches would say the biggest growth occurs from the first to second games of a season. Unless of course those matchups take place just five days apart with limited time to tweak and gameplan in between. "With our team this year it's got to be this week," Golden said. "We'll take that deep breath...
Via Fox Sports Florida
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Questionable Call Negates Would-Be Louisville Touchdown

Points are coming at a premium during the first half of tonight’s Miami (FL) vs. Louisville contest. Many would argue that the Cardinals should have at least six more. During the second quarter of this year’s ACC season opener, Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya dropped back and immediately threw the ball towards the sideline to his wideout, Stacy Coley, who couldn’t come up...
Via College Spun
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Hurricanes WR Stacy Coley aiming for bigger year as sophomore

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- University of Miami sophomore wide receiver Stacy Coley learned the hard way about the speed of collegiate football. Although he was the only FBS player to score a touchdown four different ways, the memory that stands out most from his first year came during the opener against Florida Atlantic University. Coley dropped two touchdowns in the 34-6 victory. Despite...
Via Fox Sports Florida
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes: Wide receiver breakdown

The Miami Hurricanes have a rich history of bringing in talent into the NFL, especially at the receiver position. Hurricane alumni include players such as Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne, Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss, and Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson. The Hurricanes have a few guys who are chomping at the bit to reach the same level those big name receivers...
Via isportsweb.com
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Freshman All-American WR Stacy Coley 2013 Highlights

Check out the Freshman All-American, Miami’s Stacy Coley, who had an unbelievable first season as a Hurricane.  Here are the highlights from his initial Hurricane campaign as well as the release by the University of Miami. CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Miami Hurricanes freshman kick returner Stacy Coley was named to the 2013 Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America...
Via CaneInsider
February 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes Football: Canes blow past Pitt 41-31

PITTSBURGH – There was a 49-degree difference between last weeks 45-26 win over Virginia at SunLife Stadium and Friday’s game at Heinz Field against Pitt. But the Miami Hurricanes (9-3 – 5-3) didn’t cool off with the temperature. The Canes struck for 476 total yards in a 41-31 win over the Pittsburgh (6-6 – 3-4) in the regular season finale. It would take just three plays...
Via CaneInsider
November 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Coley sparks Miami past Pittsburgh 41-31

Stacy Coley hauled in a pair of touchdown passes and zig-zagged 73 yards on an end around for another score as Miami kept its slim hopes for a spot in the ACC title game alive with a 41-31 victory over Pittsburgh on Friday. Allen Hurns caught nine passes for 173 yards for the Hurricanes (9-3, 5-3 ACC), who raced to a quick 14-point lead and had no real trouble with the Panthers...
Via AP on Fox
November 29, 2013  |  Discuss
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