I caught up with Vinny Testaverde at Greentree Practice Fields on Saturday to ask about his son, Vincent Jr. Click here to read my story about Testaverdes, which ran Monday’s Post.
Testaverde, 51, was spotted at Hurricanes practices last weekend watching Vincent, who transferred from Texas Tech last month. His son wears Testaverde’s No. 14, which was taken out of retirement...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Vinny Testaverde won a Heisman Trophy at Miami. Now his son wants to be a quarterback for the Hurricanes.
Vincent Testaverde has applied to transfer from Texas Tech to Miami and is expected to be declared immediately eligible, despite appearing in one game this season for the Red Raiders. As a nonrecruited walk-on at Texas Tech, the typical rule decreeing...
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January 08, 2015
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Vinny Testaverde won a Heisman Trophy at Miami, and now his son plans to be a Hurricane.
Vincent Testaverde has applied to transfer from Texas Tech to Miami and if he enrolls will be immediately eligible. As a non-recruited walk-on at Texas Tech, he does not have to sit out a year to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.
Miami has wanted another quarterback behind...
Vinny Testaverde played his college football at Miami. The 21-year NFL veteran is perhaps the greatest quarterback in the history of the Hurricanes’ program, a consensus first-team All-American and the Heisman Trophy winner in 1986, his senior season.
There will be another Testaverde playing quarterback for Miami.
According to a report by the AP‘s Tim Reynolds, Vinny Testaverde’s...
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5) Vinny Testaverde
Testaverde signed with the Jets prior to the 1998 season. In that season, he threw for 29 touchdowns and just seven interceptions, completing 62% of his passes. Testaverde went to the Pro Bowl, and the Jets reached...
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Vinny Testaverde will always be the very first quarterback the Baltimore Ravens put on a football field. His stint with the Ravens was short, only two seasons, and overall fairly unproductive, but he was the first. Take if for what you will. Does it have any true significance? Probably not. Will he ever be remembered as Baltimore Raven? Again, I wouldn’t imagine so. But on a day...
Former University of Miami quarterback Vinny Testaverde was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday night at the Waldorf Astoria in New York.
The 1986 Heisman Trophy winner became the seventh Miami player to be enshrined into it, joining Bennie Blades (2006), Don Bosseler (1990), Ted Hendricks (1987), Russell Maryland (2011), Gino Torretta (2009) and Arnold Tucker...