Found 24 days ago on Aaron Torres Sports:
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 was coming out about the team, made by players of the team, featuring never-before-seen home videos from that season? Is that something that might interest you? I’m guessing it is. Well college football fans, go ahead and pick up your jaws off the ground, because it’s not only happening, the movie is about to hit theaters…today! On Wednesday, the red carpet premiere of ‘The U Reloaded: Rise for Five’ will take place, a documentary put together by former Hurricanes fullback Najeh Davenport and the editor of, Platon (Alex) Alexandrakis. Joaquin Gonzalez, an offensive tackle who was captain of the 200...

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...

Ed Croson, Kaaya’s head coach at Chaminade, speaks with CaneInsider

Chaminade Prep head coach Ed Croson, Brad Kaaya’s head coach in high school, thinks his star pupil has all the tools to handle the intense scrutiny being the starting quarterback at the University of Miami brings. Not everyone that’s ever been under center in Coral Gables has had as many tools mentally and physically as Kaaya, Miami’s true freshman starting quarterback. Luckily...

Canes land 4-star OT Bar Milo from same HS as QB Brad Kaaya

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade 4-star offensive tackle Bar Milo verbally committed to the University of Miami on Wednesday evening, according to L.A. Times high school writer Eric Sondheimer. Milo attends the same high school as UM freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya. He had said Tuesday he would be choosing between the Canes, Arizona State, Nebraska and Washington. The 6-foot-6, 300...

Miami opens ACC basketball schedule at home vs. reigning league champ Virginia

The University of Miami will tip off its 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball schedule Saturday Jan. 3 at home against reigning league champion Virginia, ACC Commissioner John Swofford announced Wednesday. The Hurricanes’ home ACC schedule is highlighted by games with Virginia (2:00 or 4:30 start), league newcomer Louisville (Feb. 3, 8 p.m.), Florida State (Feb. 25, 9 p...

Duke's return: Miami RB has hopes on his shoulders

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Duke Johnson hardly ever shows his emotions. Those around Miami's star running back, they aren't hiding anything right now. His girlfriend is so afraid of flying that she's been nervous for months about getting on a plane for his comeback game, but insists missing Johnson's return is not an option so she's going to grit her teeth and board...

Injuries fail to derail confidence of 'Canes freshmen Berrios, Yearby

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The training room isn't the ideal place to begin a new chapter in one's life, but two freshmen -- wide receiver Braxton Berrios and running back Joe Yearby -- did just that this spring. While teammates put on helmets and pads for practice, the pair got up at 5 a.m. every day for 1.5 hours of treatment. Both watched from the sidelines as the other early...
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