Officially a UM commit 🙌💚#canes
— Devin gil (@devin_gil) January 26, 2015
The Miami Hurricanes keep picking up commitments for their top-ranked 2016 signing class. If only that Signing Day wasn't 53 weeks away.
Monday, less than 48 hours after picking up four commits on Junior Day, UM added another in Pembroke Pines Flanagan's Devin Gil (6-1, 200). Gil, unranked among recruits...
A day after landing four commitments at their annual junior day, Miami snatched up another.
Monday evening, Pembroke Pines-Flanagan safety Devin Gil committed to UM, announcing the decision on Twitter.
At 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds, Gil played safety and linebacker for Flanagan last year. He is rated three-stars by Rivals and is not yet rated by 247Sports or ESPN.
Gil, whose other...
The Miami Hurricanes on Sunday picked up four big commitments for its 2016 Signing Class, which climbed back to No. 1 in the overall team rankings according to 247Sports.
UM picked up verbal, non-binding agreements from Gulliver Prep four-star defensive end Joseph Jackson (6-4, 229) and three-star safety Cedrick Wright (5-9, 180), Lakeland Lake Gibson defensive tackle Keyshon Camp...
By Austin Sapin
In a game similar in many ways to that of Thursday’s game against NC State, the Miami Hurricanes (14-5, 4-2 ACC) picked up a big conference road win at Syracuse (14-6, 5-2 ACC).
Going into the vaunted Carrier Dome holding the biggest crowd of the college basketball season so far, the Canes trailed just once at 1-0 and ultimately came away with a 66-62 victory.
The Florida Gators are using Miami Hurricanes legend Ray Lewis as a recruiting tool for this weekend.
Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami
Height: 5’11” (From Team Site)
Weight: 240 lbs (From team site)
Trait Notes:Initial Read – B-Instincts -BChange of Direction -B-Angle to Ball –B-Block Shedding –C+Run Stopping –B+Tackling -BAbility to drop into zone –C+Coverage Ability -CTotal Current Grade – B-Total Ceiling Grade – A-
Initial Read and Reaction
The Palm Beach Post’s Matt Porter and CineSport’s Noah Coslov talk about what Miami needs to strengthen its 2015 recruiting class and the lessons the basketball team learned last week
Gosier decommits: Three-star Pompano Beach-Ely wide receiver Therrell Gosier said on...
Junior college offensive lineman Jahair Jones and Royal Palm Beach linebacker Charles Perry will be among the Hurricanes’ group of January enrollees, a UM source told the Post.
UM in total expects to have six scholarship players arrive this month. Safety Jaquan Johnson, junior college tight end Jerome Washington and defensive end Scott Patchan are already on campus, taking classes...
The Miami Hurricanes will hang banners in the upper deck in order to make their newly renovated stadium look less empty.
1/12/15: We conclude our two-part series today with a look at the key Miami targets on offense. Who are the Canes’ options at each position and what are UM’s chances with their top targets.
The Canes have six verbal commitments on the offensive line. However, they continue to aggressively pursue two prospects, OT Fredrick Johnson ( 82/ #151 OT) and OG William...
The Miami Hurricanes' adidas uniforms are already on display just days after the pair announced their new 12-year apparel deal.
The Boston College Eagles will be looking to halt a two-game straight-up losing streak when they hit the hardwood against the Miami Hurricanes at BankUnited Center on Saturday.
The Eagles dropped to 0-2 against ACC conference rivals following their disappointing 61-60 loss to the Pittsburgh Panthers on Tuesday night, but rewarded bettors with an against-the-spread win in that contest...
These Miami Hurricanes' adidas cleats rep the "State of Miami." Here's a taste of what The U will be outfitted with.
Via College Spun.From "The natives are restless department" comes this unusual protest from an overpass on the Dolphin Expressway in Miami-Dade County, Fl. Someone, whom we assume is a disgruntled Miami Hurricanes supporter (or supporters), stuck red plastic cups in the overpass' fencing to spell out "Fire Al Golden."The photo was tweeted out by Billy Corben, the director of the...
The Miami Hurricanes are using weather again for recruiting, which is quite possibly the best pitch to potential prospects.
Miami Hurricanes’ athletics have been sponsored by Nike for the past 27 years. In 1987, the Hurricanes became the first school to have all of its sports outfitted by the brand.
Miami’s affiliation with Nike will be no more, though, according to a report by the Palm Beach Post.
The Hurricanes, who last month opted not to renew their contract with Nike, which ends Aug. 31, 2015...
The last memory I have of Randy Shannon is of him whining about Jonathan Phillips’ late field goal to push Florida’s lead to 26-3 over his Miami Hurricanes back in 2008. Much has changed since that day for Florida, Miami, … Continue reading →
Before the Hurricanes started the 2014 campaign, most of the prognosticators picked Miami to win the ACC Coastal Division, which would have been its first. Somewhere along the way the train derailed, wrecking into a fiery sub .500 crash full of excuses and disappointment, and did not meet one criteria that usually defines success for any major football program.
In the first two installments...
On Saturday, Miami (FL) lost a tight game against South Carolina in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl. But what the Hurricanes lost Sunday may actually be of more importance. Duke Johnson, who this year became the school’s all-time leading rusher, has decided to leave the program for the NFL. Johnson, a junior, announced his decision at a press conference the day after the contest...
Another disappointing loss/season for the Miami Hurricanes.
I’m trying to find any reason that Al Golden should not be fired.
Haven’t found it yet.
I could sit here and write all night, but I do my best venting with my voice.
Therefore, here’s a post-game video I recorded after the loss. I spit a lot of venom, but I don’t think it’s anything that isn’t warranted...
Football players like to celebrate big plays, but some guy's get a little confused over what is allowed and what isn't. Jordan Digg's shoving his crotch in someone's face? Not allowed. If Diggs pays attention to what the guys on Sunday do he'll notice that most of the celebrations are kind of weird and usually only the celebrator knows what he's doing.Take Tyriq McCord's celebration...
Nebraska Cornhusker defensive coordinator John Papuchis is a master motivator. He first got on the mic to spit hot fire prior to Nebraska’s game against the Miami Hurricanes in early September. Then, in an effort to fire up the team, he once again stepped into the booth to show off his lyrical chops prior to [&hellip
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Miami junior wide receiver Herb Waters was taken to the hospital after going down following a helmet-to-helmet hit Saturday night in Virginia. Waters was hit during a Hurricanes’ kickoff return in the third quarter. He was down on the field and immobilized before later being taken to the UVA medical center on campus via ambulance....Read More