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Miami Hurricanes Hire Recording of Ray Lewis Yelling About Stuff as New Head Coach

The Miami Hurricanes announced today that they have relieved head football coach Al Golden of his duties. The program’s new head coach will be a recording turned all the way up of former Hurricanes linebacker Ray Lewis yelling about stuff. “I appreciate Al Golden’s years here at Miami, but I think the yelling Ray Lewis tape […] The post Miami Hurricanes Hire Recording of...
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Why Al Golden's Hot Seat May Be Getting Really Hot, Real Soon

On Monday night, the Louisville Cardinals hosted the Miami Hurricanes in the first ever game for the Cardinals in the ACC. It was a night full of expectations, hype and excitement for Louisville as they began a new era in their football program history. They not only started their ACC football schedule, but they welcomed back former Head Coach Bobby Petrino.The Cardinals lived up...
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Louisville 31 – Miami 13: Petrino & The Cards Cruise In ACC Opener

Photo: The Cardinal Connect We didn’t as many points as we expected in the first half, but sure enough, Bobby Petrino was back to his old ways in his first game back on the sidelines at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. The Miami Hurricanes connected on a field goal with 10:54 left in the third quarter to make it 13-14, but after that it was all Louisville. Bobby Petrino’s offense...
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Commentary: The Beast: The Start of 2014 Looked a lot Like 2013

Granted a lot of the names on both sides of the field had changed, but Miami and Louisville looked a lot like the ‘Canes and Cards from December in the Russell Athletic Bowl. What is actually more worrisome, if you’re a ‘Canes fan, is that Louisville’s best WR and arguably their best RB didn’t play against Miami on Labor day night. Maybe I’m beating a dead horse with...
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Louisville’s Corvin Lamb Takes Kickoff Back 97 Yards For TD

The Miami Hurricanes had just kicked a field goal to take the lead 10-7, but that lead didn’t last long. Louisville’s Corvin Lamb fielded the kick, found a crease and turned on the jets. Lamb blew everyone on the field right out of the water on this fantastic 97 yard kick return. [@gifdsports] The post Louisville’s Corvin Lamb Takes Kickoff Back 97 Yards For TD appeared first...
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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...
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Miami Hurricanes Unveil Uniforms For Louisville Game

The Miami Hurricanes unveiled their uniforms for the Louisville game on Monday morning.
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Photo: Miami Football Announces Uniforms For Monday Night’s Game Against Louisville

Monday night’s showdown between Miami (FL) and Louisville is a huge game, not just because it’s a conference game during the first week of the college football season, but because the Cardinals have done everything they can to make sure that the atmosphere in Papa John’s Cardinals Stadium will be electric. The school has declared this a “Black Out” game, its fans will wear...
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Miami Hurricanes at Louisville Cardinals: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

On Monday night the final game from the first week of college football will take place as the Miami Hurricanes and Louisville Cardinals face off against one another. This is the return game for Bobby Petrino at Louisville but Miami will have plans of spoiling it much the same way the Cardinals dropped the Hurricanes at the end of last season. These two teams met last year in the...
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FIU bans their only beat reporter from covering team

ESPN SportsCenter anchor John Anderson made waves this week when he called USC’s football program a “clown college.”  While USC has had their issues off the field, the truth is that label would be kind when it comes to Florida International University’s football program.  If USC is a clown college, FIU is a mortician’s school.  At least clowns are funny. In its 12 years...
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Canes commit Scarlett scores 3 TDs, St. Thomas thumps Heritage-Plantation in battle of nationally-ranked programs

MIAMI GARDENS — With two programs both ranked in the top-five nationally meeting at Sun Life Stadium on Friday night, who would have thought this first-ever meeting would involve a running clock by the third quarter? But that is exactly what happened. Seven-time state champion Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas jumped out to a 24-0 lead by halftime and dominated American Heritage...
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2014 Miami Hurricanes Preview

Junior RB Duke Johnson It’s a pivotal season for Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes. Every year the question at the beginning of the season gets asked: “Is the U back?” And every year, since the move to the ACC, the answer has been a resounding “No.” Some fans and alumni are starting to get restless with both Golden and Mark D’Onofrio, the defensive coordinator, and progress...
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Movie Review: Talking Miami football with the independent film ‘The U: Reloaded’

A new movie about the Miami Hurricanes is out When you ask college football fans who the greatest team in the history of the sport is, the answer almost universally is, ‘The 2001 Miami Hurricanes.’ (Editor’s disclaimer: I know I believe that. I am writing a long-form feature on the team for which will run later this month) So what if I told you a new documentary...
Via Aaron Torres Sports
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Brad Kaaya, Son of Felicia From ‘Friday’, Named Hurricanes QB

The son of Felicia from Friday has been named the ‘Canes starting QB Brad Kaaya, the son of Angela Means-Kaaya (known by most as Felicia from the movie Friday) has been named the starting quarterback for the Miami Hurricanes. He will be under center when the ‘Canes take on Louisville for the first game of the season on September 1st. The true freshman quarterback has an impressive...
Via Geeks and Cleats
8 days ago  |  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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8 days ago  |  Discuss
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