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WATCH: Miami Linebacker Denzel Perryman Destroys Poor Running Back During Scrimmage

College football is less than two weeks away so teams are starting to ramp up the intensity in practice. With game day coming up it is time to see who is game ready and who might need to reevaluate his priorities.For example--take Miami Hurricanes linebacker Denzel Perryman (in the green). He looks ready.via RedditRunning back Gus Edwards--not so much. It's a good thing the Hurricanes...
Via FatManWriting
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Miami Killian ATH Jaquan Johnson commits to Miami Hurricanes

Miami Killian running back/safety Jaquan Johnson verbally committed to the University of Miami on Tuesday night. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Johnson picked the Hurricanes over instate rivals Florida State and Florida, as well as over offers from Alabama, LSU, South Carolina and Clemson, among others. “Committed to the University Of Miami! Thank the Man above for the Opportunity....
Via CaneInsider
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes LB Denzel Perryman Destroys RB In Practice

The Miami Hurricanes All-American linebacker Denzel Perryman absolutely obliterated his teammate Gus Edwards in practice with this hit. Looks like Perryman doesn’t lay off for anyone, including his teammates. [r/CFB] The post Miami Hurricanes LB Denzel Perryman Destroys RB In Practice appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Miami Football: Deznel Perryman Crushes Gus Edwards in Scrimmage (GIF)

Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman is clearly a cyborg who can’t distinguish friend from foe, sent to Earth to destroy everyone. The 6-foot-tall, 242-pound senior absolutely laid out sophomore...Story
Via Lost Lettermen
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Miami LB Denzel Perryman Annihilates Teammate During a Scrimmage (Video)

Miami Hurricanes linebacker Denzel Perryman is a thumper,  and will lay you out at a moments notice.  Perryman caught 230-pound Gus Edwards tip-toeing during a recent scrimmage, and lowered the boom. h/t Reddit
Via Thacover2
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott will return in 2014

Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott, who had been running with the first team before injuring his shoulder/clavicle in Wednesday’s scrimmage, should be back at some point this season, coach Al Golden said. “It’s not a season-ending deal,” Golden said. “It’s a little bit of an exotic injury, something that’s not customary. But he’s doing good. He’ll keep his conditioning...
Via Pro Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Freshmen Yearby, Kaaya, Berrios stand out in Miami Hurricanes’ second scrimmage

CORAL GABLES — University of Miami true freshman running back Joe Yearby rushed for a team-high 71 yards and true freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya threw for two touchdowns Monday night in a two-hour scrimmage — the Canes’ second of fall camp. The scrimmage was closed to the media. Yearby broke off a  33-yard run for the Canes, while Kaaya connected on touchdown passes with...
Via CaneInsider
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Q&A with Miami Fr. OT Kc McDermott

The Hurricanes signed Kc McDermott in the 2014 class, and the Palm Beach Central standout hasn’t disappointed, positioning himself for meaningful minutes this fall after arriving at Miami last January. The 6-foot-6, 305-pound left tackle sat down with CaneInsider Friday morning. The Under Armour All-American and first-team all-state selection discussed a variety of topics, from...
Via CaneInsider
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Canes freshman running back Joe Yearby vaults Gus Edwards, is making immediate impact

CORAL GABLES — Joe Yearby came to the University of Miami after a stellar career at Miami Central High School. During his final three seasons with the Rockets, the speedy running back combined to rush for 5,300 yards and more than 60 touchdowns. The 2014 high school All-American was a part of two state championships at Central. So, when it came time to head to the next level,...
Via CaneInsider
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Heaps, Brad Kaaya co-No. 1 QBs in Canes’ first depth chart; DB Jenkins out for season

CORAL GABLES — The University of Miami released its first depth chart of the fall Thursday and two quarterbacks — senior transfer Jake Heaps and true freshman Brad Kaaya — are listed as co-No. 1s. While the 6-foot Heaps comes to Coral Gables via stints at BYU and Kansas, the 6-4 Kaaya is barely removed from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade-Madonna Prep. The Hurricanes, coming...
Via CaneInsider
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Freshman QB Brad Kaaya Listed Ahead Of Senior Jake Heaps On Depth Chart, Golden: “I’m Not Very Good On The Alphabet”

Miami’s quarterback race seems to be down to two competitors for the week one start, and interestingly, promising freshman Brad Kaaya is listed at the top of the depth chart for The U ahead of Kansas transfer Jake Heaps. Or is he? .@GoldenAl talking now: “It’s by no means just a two-man [QB] race but those are 1 & 2 right now. That’s probably the best way to say it.”...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes Playing Dodgeball at Practice

It has to be challenging sometimes for coaches to keep things fresh during training camp. When you don't play an actual opponent for weeks the routine can get a little monotonous. Last season and during spring practice it was pretty common to see teams engage in dance-offs to keep things light. This season Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden has opted for something different...
Via FatManWriting
10 days ago  |  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
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Who ya got? QB competition remains top question for Hurricanes

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- "That's one! That's two!" Senior linebacker Denzel Perryman stood in his black practice jersey providing a hard count of the number of horns going off in the distance at Greentree Practice Fields Tuesday afternoon. When the third one blared, so began the first day of University of Miami football camp -- delayed 40 minutes by inclement weather...
Via Fox Sports Florida
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Unveil “Juice” & “Splurge” Helmets (Photo)

The Miami Hurricanes unveiled their new helmets to match the uniform combinations that they introduced in April. If you’ve ever been to the city of Miami, then you know that these loud and boisterous colors are a pretty good representation of the city, and since the school is an extension of the city, then I guess this will work for the Canes. Now the bigger question is will these...
Via BlackSportsOnline
21 days ago  |  Discuss
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