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Late addition to 2015 signing class CB Terrance Henley will replace Antonio Crawford

Sometimes a scholarship spot just opens up. In the case of Pompano Ely cornerback Terrance Henley, a senior who didn't get the qualifying ACT test score he needed until National Signing Day, one finally did this week down at the University of Miami. Friday afternoon, the 6-foot, 170-pound senior became the latest addition to the Hurricanes 2015 signing class when he faxed over his...
Via Eye on the U
2 hours ago

2015 NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch: How the Canes Stack Up

By Austin Sapin The Miami Hurricanes face what might be a season-defining game on Saturday against the No. 15 North Carolina Tar Heels. As always, distinguishing yourself from other teams on the bubble can be extremely difficult. From this list only half will likely make the field of 68, but a win on Saturday for Coach Larranaga would put the Canes back in the tournament. Below,...
Via CaneInsider
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

College Football 2015: Is This Al Golden's Last Season in Miami?

If there was a definitive reason to believe Al Golden is underachieving at the University of Miami, take a look at the recent NFL Scouting Combine. Speed, speed and more speed. Talent, talent and more talent. Six Hurricanes players could be drafted in the first three rounds and while it is not the same kind of explosive talent pool “The U” used to have, there is still a lot to...
Via Football Nation
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes' baseball ace Andy Suarez scratched again with pulled oblique muscle

   University of Miami left-handed ace pitcher Andy Suarez will miss at least one more week of baseball as the Hurricanes (6-3) prepare to play Wright State (4-2) in a three-game series that begins at 7 p.m. Friday at Mark Light Field.    Miami coach Jim Morris told the Miami Herald on Thursday that Suarez, who pulled an oblique muscle during warmups last Friday at Gainesville...
Via Eye on the U
21 hours ago

Berrios on Canes' Swag '16 recruiting class: "From what I've seen, every commitment is real."

They've gotten so popular they have their own hash tag. They call themselves the #Swag16. The Miami Hurricanes 2016 recruiting class is currently 18 commitments strong and tabbed No. 1 in the country in both sheer size of commitments and overall ranking. And yet, as UM fans learned through a bevy of de-commitments last recruiting season, it all means absolutely nothing until those...
Via Eye on the U
1 day ago

Rodriguez Revival Helps Hurricanes Survive Florida St. Scare

By Austin Sapin We’ve wondered why Coach Jim Larranaga has insisted on playing Angel Rodriguez for so many minutes. If he was waiting for the redshirt junior to have an explosive offensive game and regain his confidence, his plan might have just worked at the right time. In his best game in over a month, the Hurricanes point guard went off for 25 points helping Miami to a 81-77...
Via CaneInsider
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Keyshon Camp decommits from Miami Hurricanes

Defensive tackle Keyshon Camp, the only player at his position in Miami’s 2016 recruiting class, decided to back off his commitment to UM some eleven months before signing day. Camp tweeted that he wants to “open my options back up.” He also said Miami is still his “No. 1” school. Camp, from Lakeland-Lake Gibson High, received an offer from Alabama last Sunday. Listed...
Via Canes Watch
2 days ago

Social media saga: Antonio Crawford tells the world again he’s transferring

Disgruntled Hurricanes cornerback Antonio Crawford has taken to social media once again to voice his displeasure. Posting a picture of himself in a Hurricanes practice jersey, Crawford added a caption asking, “When’s the last time u did something for the last time?” Replying to a comment, Crawford wrote, “It’s time to take off.” To where? “Should know within the...
Via Canes Watch
2 days ago

Miami Defensive End Alquadin Muhammad Welcomes Freshman Offensive Tackle to College Football

If you are jonesing for a little football action you are in luck. Spring practice is starting up for many programs across the nation meaning that we are bound to see little clips pop up online of guys going through drills or maybe even doing some team stuff. It's not much, but it is better than nothing, right?Miami fans will like seeing this clip of defensive end Alquadin Muhammad...
Via FatManWriting
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Watch Miami DE Alquadin Muhammad Put A Hurricanes’ Freshman OL On His Back

Spring practice at Miami is underway, and preparation for the 2015 season has gotten off to a good start for Al-Quadin Muhammad.  The Hurricanes’ sophomore defensive end, who was suspended for the 2014 season due to an altercation with a former student, spent some of his time away bulking up. His improved physique is showing on the field.  Check out Muhammad absolutely destroying...
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Son of Al Blades commits to Miami Hurricanes

A local recruit from one of South Florida’s most famous football families committed to Miami on Sunday. Alphonso Blades II won’t graduate high school for three years, but his name will stir memories in the minds of longtime UM fans. Blades is the son of Al Blades, the standout former Hurricanes safety who died in 2003. I want to thank everyone and I'm letting the fans...
Via Canes Watch
4 days ago

Miami DB Antonio Crawford Not At Practice After Sending Cryptic “I’m Out” Tweets

It would appear that Miami football head coach Al Golden has a situation on his hands. Hurricanes junior defensive back Antonio Crawford, a key contributor on defense this past season, was not at practice Sunday morning. Furthermore, Crawford tweeted some cryptic messages last night about the way he’s being treated. One of his messages read “I’m out.” Golden says Antonio...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell Throws Ball Off Miami Player’s Face

Montrezl Harrell threw the ball of the face of a Miami Hurricanes player Saturday.
Via Gamedayr
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Phillip Dorsett runs 4.33 40 yd dash at NFL Combine

Chris Johnson holds the NFL Combine record for the 40 yard dash with a time of 4.24. Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Phillip Dorsett was thought to be the most likely candidate to break that record this season and on his first attempt he failed to do so but still ran an impressive time of 4.33. The U's Phillip Dorsett Just Ran A 4.33 40: — 365 Rundown Sports...
Via This Given Sunday
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Every Miami Player At The NFL Combine Is Wearing A Hurricanes Sticker Under Their Eye

The Miami football program has not performed at an elite level in recent seasons, but the Hurricanes’ ability to produce NFL talent has not decreased.  There are currently eight former Miami student-athletes participating in the NFL Combine this week. It’s the third-highest total among ACC schools (Florida State has 12, Louisville has 11).  All eight players – DE Anthony...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Orange History: Syracuse vs. Miami, 1998

YouTube is a hell of a thing, isn’t it? You never know what gems you’ll stumble across, including some truly great memories from your youth. In this case, it’s the 1998 football game between Syracuse University and the Miami Hurricanes. If you’ve got an extra four hours, and you’ve either never seen just how explosive […]
Via Otto's Grove
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami, Cincinnati To Play Nationally Televised Thursday Night Game

The Miami Hurricanes and Cincinnati Bearcats will play a nationally televised Thursday night game in October.
Via Gamedayr
8 days ago  |  Discuss

LB Vosean Joseph commits to Florida

Score one for Randy Shannon. The former Miami Hurricanes head coach walked right back down into South Florida and walked out with his first commitment from his old recruiting area of the new class. His name is Vosean Joseph, and he’s a … Continue reading →
Via In All Kinds Of Weather
9 days ago  |  Discuss

3-Star WR Isaiah Johnson Announces That He’s Flipped From Louisville To Miami

Don’t look now, but the Miami Hurricanes are putting together one heck of a 2016 recruiting class. The ‘Canes currently have the highest-rated set of commits in the nation, per 247 Sports, and don’t appear to be slowing down. Monday, Miami scored yet another big pickup, flipping three-star wide receiver Isaiah Johnson from Louisville. Johnson tweeted the news after an unofficial...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes Basketball Team Plays Ballroom Baseball After Boston College Game Postponed Sunday

The Miami Hurricanes were supposed to have a game against Boston College Sunday, but with weather conditions being pretty bad on the East Coast officials opted to postpone the game till 3 PM on Monday instead.So you are a group of young college kids far from home with a day to kill and you can't go anywhere because the weather sucks. What do you do?via TwitterRead more »
Via FatManWriting
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Seminoles Fan Trolls Miami Hurricanes And Brian Williams

An FSU fan trolled the Miami Hurricanes and Brian Williams with one picture.
Via Gamedayr
12 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Draft WR Rankings Tier 1: Phillip Dorsett

We covered Miami's equally intriguing running back Duke Johnson last week and now want to talk about another Hurricanes fantasy prospects, and that's wide out Philip Dorsett. Standing at 5'10 and weighing 195 lbs, Dorsett is a small but speedy receiver who flew largely under the radar during his first three seasons at Miami until he unloaded a 10 touchdown season his senior year...
Via Fantasy Football Helpers
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Commit Faxes “Let’s Go Win A Championship” To Al Golden, Hurricanes Staff

As we documented just a few minutes ago, the Miami Hurricanes finished National Signing Day with the 26th-ranked class in the country, per 247 Sports. It looks like at least one of their 21 commits is ready to hit the ground running. The school tweeted out a photo of the cover letter that one recruit sent in to head coach Al Golden and his staff. He’s ready to win a championship...
Via College Spun
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Mia Khalifa Is Clowning Miami Recruiting On Twitter

Mia Khalifa has got some jokes for the Miami Hurricanes with less than 24 hours to go until recruiting's National Signing Day.
Via Gamedayr
24 days ago  |  Discuss

UC Potentially Hosting Miami on a Thursday Night?

When the Bearcats agreed to play the Miami Hurricanes in a two year football series, it was announced that Cincinnati would host the return game on October 3, 2015. The ACC schedule was released today with some information that is a bit different. It appears there is an option for the game to move to Thursday night October 1. We will have to wait until the AAC announces it’s schedule...
Via Bearcats Blog
29 days ago  |  Discuss

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