By Austin Sapin
All good things must come to end, but for the Miami Hurricanes (27-13, 15-5 ACC), their 14 game win streak could have been continued with the clutch hitting we have seen throughout the last month.
The 7-4 loss to Notre Dame marked their first loss since March 24th and matched the Hurricanes longest winning streak since 2008.
The Canes outhit the Fighting Irish 14...
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4/20/14: RB prospect Jordan Cronkrite has given his verbal commitment to the University of Miami.
Welcome to the “U”, Jordan! Welcome to our family!
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After only one season with the Miami Hurricanes, James Kelly has been granted the release to transfer, the University of Miami announced Friday.
“I have made the difficult decision to transfer from the University of Miami,” Kelly said in the official press release. “I believe it is in the best interest of my family that I continue my education and basketball career closer to...
Check out Royal Palm Beach High’s freshman quarterback, Todd Centeio, who was the winner of South Florida’s Super 7 event among great quarterbacks like Torrence Gibson, Kato Nelson and Ryan Stanley. Recently, CaneINsider caught up with him at the Golden Arm Challenge in Atlanta, Georgia where he tied for best overall 2017 quarterback with Davis Mills out of Greater Atlanta...
The University of Miami’s football season doesn’t start for another four-and-a-half months, but try telling that to Denzel Perryman.
The Hurricanes linebacker was in mid-season form on Saturday, delivering a monster hit on running back Gus Edwards during the team’s 2014 Spring Game at SunLife Stadium.
Edwards is no small man at 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, but Perryman knocks him...
In South Florida, football is played with a sense of speed and style that transcends the field of play. The University of Miami Hurricanes have become more than a team — they embody the soul of Miami and have defined the culture of the sport.
The new Hurricane uniform design reflects the vibrant, bold style of the city — from the beach to the architecture to the people. Steeped...
As part of the Miami Hurricanes’ 2014 Spring Game festivities, the program unveiled a new uniform set that will be used in the upcoming 2014-15 season.
#RENEWED IDENTITY http://t.co/qhRY8PFEjT pic.twitter.com/CVhgYHEFyL
— Miami Hurricanes (@hurricanesports) April 12, 2014
The most notable thing about the set is the inclusion of gray uniforms, which also include orange helmets...
The Miami Hurricanes unveiled their first big uniform changes since 2006 at SunLife Stadium earlier today, showing off four new jerseys that’ll be wearing starting next season. Nike designed each of the four, which are nicknamed Juice (orange), Stormtrooper (white), Surge (green) and Smoke (gray).
While the incredibly-detailed jerseys are pretty great, my favorite part of the...
Getting new uniforms is one of the most anticipated parts of any team.
For some teams, new uniforms come around once in a blue moon. For others, every week is a chance to show off a new alternate jersey. The Miami Hurricanes football program falls in the latter of the two, but that doesn’t mean the players don’t get excited when their newest jersey gets revealed.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Miami Hurricanes on Saturday unveiled a new-look uniform design that "reflects the vibrant, bold style of the city -- from the beach to the architecture to the people," according to the school.
The unveiling occurred about an hour before the start of the Hurricanes spring game at Sun Life Stadium.
In a press release announcing the new Nike uniform...
Photos of Miami Hurricanes' new grey Nike "Smoke" football uniforms and orange helmets for 2014.
After Florida State unveiled their jerseys on Friday, the Miami Hurricanes followed in their footsteps on Saturday. The jerseys themselves are pretty sweet, but what they did to the classic helmet is an utter disgrace. How do you change such a classic look? Utterly moronic.
via @CanesCove New helmet has this alternate logo in grey behind the U pic.twitter.com/Y8xZMTWb0I
University of Miami offensive lineman Hunter Knighton said Saturday he was hospitalized with heat stroke and spent nearly two weeks on a ventilator following a late-February workout.
Unknowingly suffering from the flu at the time, Knighton said his body temperature reached 109 degrees and he was placed on a ventilator for 12 days after the Feb. 24 incident.
"The results were...
Video of Miami Hurricanes players reacting to the new football uniforms. Duke Johnson breaks it down with the Bernie Lean dance.
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Top running back Jacques (Jah-KWEZ) Patrick participated in the Pylon 7v7 event in Florida earlier this year. He spoke with CaneInsider and said that his interest in playing for the Miami Hurricanes is strong.
The 6’2″ 232 lb running back is finishing his junior year at Timber Creek High School (Orlando). Rivals ranks him as the No 4 running back and No 42 player overall of his...