TYRIQ MCCORD RUMORS & GOSSIP

Tyriq McCord thanks Hurricanes fans, City of Miami in heartfelt note

Tyriq McCord has had a long and winding Hurricanes career. He arrived in 2012 as a 6-foot-3, 220-pound pass-rushing specialist from Tampa. By his senior year, he was a 239-pound outside linebacker. He had extremely bright moments (the 2013 Florida game 2013; this hit; a career with 110 tackles, 21.5 for loss, 14 sacks, five forced fumbles and three interceptions). He had some dark...
Via Canes Watch
April 28, 2016

Miami-Florida State 2015: Tyriq McCord apologizes for Facebook comments

CORAL GABLES – Hurricanes linebacker Tyriq McCord on Wednesday acknowledged he went too far during a heated exchange with a fan on Facebook following UM’s loss to Cincinnati. Tyriq McCord. (Getty Images) It’s unclear what started the spat or what was said to get under McCord’s skin, but essentially, he dared the fan to say it to his face, adding that he wouldn’t stand for negative...
Via Canes Watch
October 07, 2015

Quotable Canes: the best of Tyriq McCord and Sunny Odogwu

CORAL GABLES — In their own different ways, linebacker Tyriq McCord and offensive lineman Sunny Odogwu are two of the more quotable Hurricanes. A sampling from Wednesday’s interviews … Tyriq McCord  On his friends: “I hang out with different people. One of my closest friends is probably [David] Njoku. And he’s weird. He’s a weird kid. I always play Call of Duty with him. … Why is...
Via Canes Watch
August 26, 2015

Hurricanes senior Tyriq McCord puts on his coaching hat

CORAL GABLES — Now that linebacker Tyriq McCord is a senior who knows the defense inside and out, he said he’s focusing on “coaching up guys and leaving my mark.” “I’ve got to focus on the Sam and the Rush position, getting guys better. Scott Patchan’s getting better. Jamie [Gordinier], he’s doing great. He looks very natural at the Sam position. Proud of how D-Jax [Demetrius Jackson...
Via Canes Watch
August 10, 2015

Miami's Tyriq McCord and Malcolm Lewis have surgery

Spring practices are great for team building, but they also yield their fair share of casualties.The Hurricanes were not spared this spring, Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald reports, as two players underwent surgical procedures after camp had ended."The only two coming out of the spring that had any procedures were [linebacker Tyric] McCord and [receiver] Malcolm Lewis," Miami...
Via FOX Sports
April 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Al Golden: Tyriq McCord & Malcolm Lewis have surgery; coach stays vague on Taylor Gadbois status

Hurricanes football coach Al Golden spoke to the media today for the first time since the spring game March 28. The news was minimal, but here goes:   When asked for an update on running back Gus Edwards' health (if you recall, he left the spring game early with a left-shoulder injury and was seen wearing a sling on UM Pro Timing Day on April 1), Golden completely avoided talking...
Via Eye on the U
April 22, 2015

Tyriq the Freak returns to practice after knee injury. One more practice before spring game.

Hurricanes linebacker Tyriq McCord participated fully at spring football practice -- and jubilant about it -- Tuesday after injuring a knee March 6 in the first scrimmage. McCord did not take part in last Saturday's second scrimmage because of what coach Al Golden described as an injury related to the bursa sac, but will compete in the spring game at noon Saturday at Lockhart Stadium...
Via Eye on the U
March 24, 2015

Canes hit ACC trifecta with these three Players of the Week...

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today its Players of the Week, and three Hurricanes are included.   Phillip Dorsett is the ACC Receiver of the Week, Tyriq McCord is the ACC Co-Linebacker of the Week and quarterback Brad Kaaya is the ACC Rookie of the Week.    Duke Johnson, who rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries Saturday, was not named to the list. Instead...
Via Eye on the U
October 13, 2014
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