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Recruiting: DT Glen Logan cancels UM visit; a look at Hurricanes DT targets

In recent seasons the Hurricanes have tried — without great success — to recruit impact defensive tackles. It appeared Mark Richt was on his way to landing one in Glen Logan. That looks like it may not happen. Logan, from Destrehan (La.) High, canceled his official visit to the Hurricanes this weekend, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Glen Logan (247Sports)...
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19 days ago

Miami DE Al-Quadin Muhammad returning for 2016

Miami defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad announced on his Instagram that he is returning to Coral Gables for his redshirt junior season. Christy Chirinos of The Miami Sun-Sentinel tweeted out a picture of Muhammad’s post. Via his Instagram account, Al-Quadin Muhammad, a rising redshirt junior, announces he's returning to UM next season. pic.twitter.com/7r4PtUPpee — Christy Chirinos...
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January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Al-Quadin Muhammad returning to Miami Hurricanes in 2016

In his first season as a full-time player, Al-Quadin Muhammad led Miami in sacks and tackles for loss. He’s giving himself at least one more chance to do it again. Muhammad, a redshirt sophomore outside linebacker and defensive end, said on his Instagram account he will return to the Hurricanes in 2016. He was eligible to enter the 2016 draft because he had completed three years...
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January 06, 2016

Reports: Ace DL coach Craig Kuligowski to join Hurricanes

Miami’s defensive line returns a host of talent next season, including former blue-chip recruits like Chad Thomas, Gerald Willis, Kendrick Norton and Al-Quadin Muhammad, if he doesn’t turn pro. If the reports about Craig Kuligowski are true, he must be licking his chops. Missouri defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski is reportedly joining Mark Richt in Miami. (Getty Images)...
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December 28, 2015

Catching up with Hurlie Brown on Mark Richt, incoming LB recruits, NFL draft

Catching up with Hurlie Brown, the former Hurricanes safety and current linebackers coach, about his future and that of his position group: First off, as you’d expect, he wants to stay. Hurlie Brown. (instagram.com/mattyports) Does Brown want to remain at a place where he won two national titles as a player, and has spent the last five seasons as a staff member and later, a...
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December 19, 2015

Miami Hurricanes 2016 NFL draft stock report, Dec. 2015 edition

After listening to Mark Richt address the team last week, Herb Waters wishes he could stick around. “In my head, I was like, ‘Dang, I wish I had another year,’” Waters said. “I could just see how it was going to be. I know there’s going to be great things happening.” After Miami’s Dec. 26 date with Washington State in the Sun Bowl, seniors like Waters will instead...
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December 13, 2015

Larry Scott uncertain about future, proud of what Hurricanes accomplished

CORAL GABLES — Hurricanes players will take “a couple days” to spend time with their families, focus on academics and rest their bodies, interim coach Larry Scott said, before they begin preparing to play a bowl game. Miami will learn its destination next Sunday, following conference championship games. The most likely landing spots are the Pinstripe Bowl (Dec. 26 in New York...
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November 28, 2015

Miami Hurricanes football: Five things we learned from Georgia Tech win

MIAMI GARDENS — The Hurricanes beat struggling Georgia Tech 38-21 on Saturday, ensuring a winning season in their final home game of the season. Before the Hurricanes (7-4, 4-3 ACC) start a short week preparing for a trip to chilly Pittsburgh (8-3, 6-1) at noon Friday, here are five things of note from Sun Life Stadium: GAME STORY: Hurricanes honor seniors with win over Georgia...
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November 21, 2015

Miami-Clemson 2015: Three takeaways from Dabo Swinney’s press conference

A trio of thoughts from Clemson’s coach ahead of Saturday’s game in Miami Gardens (noon, ABC): Dabo Swinney and Clemson won the Orange Bowl in 2014. (Getty Images) Respects Kaaya and his receivers. According to Swinney, Miami has the best quarterback and best group of receivers Clemson has faced. That’s not saying a lot, since the highest-rated passing offense the sixth-ranked...
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October 21, 2015

Miami Hurricanes football midseason report 2015: What to like and dislike

Miami (4-2, 1-1 ACC) has reached the halfway point of its regular season, playing largely inconsistent ball but showing flashes of being a good team. Taking a look at five facets of the Hurricanes’ game that have been impressive, and five that are not so impressive … Brad Kaaya has been every bit as good as UM hoped. (Getty Images) What to like 1. Brad Kaaya. One reason this...
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October 19, 2015

Miami at FAU game preview

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) -- Charlie Partridge grew up with a Miami poster on his wall, back in the days when the Hurricanes were unquestionably the dominant program in college football. It can't really be argued that Florida Atlantic's football coach knows just about everything there is to know about the Hurricanes. Partridge -- a South Florida native -- has been a Miami fan, tried...
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September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami at FAU game preview

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) -- Charlie Partridge grew up with a Miami poster on his wall, back in the days when the Hurricanes were unquestionably the dominant program in college football. It can't really be argued that Florida Atlantic's football coach knows just about everything there is to know about the Hurricanes. Partridge -- a South Florida native -- has been a Miami fan, tried...
Via Fox Sports Florida
September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami takes the short trip to north to face eager FAU

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) Charlie Partridge grew up with a Miami poster on his wall, back in the days when the Hurricanes were unquestionably the dominant program in college football. It can't really be argued that Florida Atlantic's football coach knows just about everything there is to know about the Hurricanes. Partridge - a South Florida native - has been a Miami fan, tried to recruit...
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September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Tuesday notes: Stacy Coley returns to Hurricanes practice, honor for Al-Quadin Muhammad

CORAL GABLES — Following the Hurricanes’ season-opener, Al Golden said there were “a few bumps and bruises” among his players. That was noticeable at Tuesday’s practice. Wide receivers Rashawn Scott and Stacy Coley (left hamstring), cornerback Sheldrick Redwine and outside linebacker Darrion Owens (right knee) wore yellow (limited contact) practice jerseys. A handful of...
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September 08, 2015

Two Hurricanes suspended for season-opener

A pair of Hurricanes players were suspended Saturday for breaking team rules: redshirt sophomore rush end Al-Quadin Muhammad – which was reported Friday – and sophomore wide receiver Tyre Brady. UM did not disclose the reason for either benching, but sources told the Post both violations were minor and both players are expected to miss one game. Muhammad, 6-foot-3 and 260 pounds...
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September 05, 2015

Miami DE Al-Quadin Muhammad suspended for opener

Miami Hurricanes sophomore defensive lineman Al-Quadin Muhammad has been suspended for the team’s Saturday season opener against Bethune-Cookman for what is being called a “violation of team rules,” even though coach Al Golden said days ago that no players would be suspended for the game. A former four-star recruit out of New Jersey’s legendary Don Bosco High School, Muhammad...
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September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Reports: Miami Hurricanes suspend Al-Quadin Muhammad for season-opener

Al Golden was asked Wednesday if any of his players were suspended for Saturday’s season-opener against Bethune-Cookman. “Right now, we expect to have everybody,” he said. Apparently, a late decision was made: according to multiple reports, rush end Al-Quadin Muhammad will not play against Bethune-Cookman because he violated team rules. Exactly when Muhammad broke protocol...
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September 03, 2015

Trusty Trent Harris earns favor of Miami Hurricanes coaches

CORAL GABLES — What do Miami’s coaches see in Trent Harris? That’s a question some Hurricanes fans have asked rhetorically, in a manner that’s anything but complimentary. But to provide a straight answer: One of their most improved players – and most importantly to them, someone they can trust. At the close of camp, Harris, a 6-foot-2, 250-pound sophomore from Winter Park...
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September 02, 2015

Notes: Rick Ross helps Hurricanes open Bethune-Cookman week

CORAL GABLES — What better way to welcome back football season? Miami started its week of prep for Bethune-Cookman (6 p.m. Saturday, ESPN3.com) with some Rick Ross during warmup drills. Defensive end Chad Thomas, a budding music producer who considers the Miami-based rapper a musical hero (they’ve met), was among those dancing. Coach Al Golden, defensive coordinator Mark...
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September 01, 2015

Thoughts on Miami Hurricanes’ season-opening depth chart

With its season opener less than a week away, the Hurricanes made their lineup choices public. Here’s the lineup for UM’s game against Bethune-Cookman (6 p.m. Saturday, ESPN3.com). A few thoughts … Sophomore Joe Yearby (2) and true freshman Mark Walton are listed as the Hurricanes’ co-starters at running back. (instagram.com/mattyports) * The news that junior running back Gus...
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August 31, 2015

Miami Hurricanes camp updates: Dobard returns on Day 13

CORAL GABLES — After taking yesterday off, the Hurricanes were back at practice Tuesday morning. Everything’s in preparation for Saturday’s scrimmage, the second of camp. How are the banged-up Canes looking? Potential first-string rush end Al-Quadin Muhammad (hip injury, per coach Al Golden), slot receiver Braxton Berrios (hamstring), starting kicker Michael Badgley...
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August 18, 2015

Returning Hurricane Al-Quadin Muhammad is all business

CORAL GABLES — He’s close to putting on a Hurricanes uniform again after a 20-month layoff, but don’t expect Al-Quadin Muhammad to gush about his comeback. “I’m definitely real excited,” the hulking pass-rusher said in a flat, ultra-serious tone, when asked what he’s thinking with the Sept. 5 season-opener less than a month away. Quickly, he changed the subject from...
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August 10, 2015

Darrion Owens’ rise and 10 pre-camp thoughts on the Hurricanes

Some late-summer thoughts on the Hurricanes as I wait for a flight to the ACC Kickoff in Pinehurst, N.C. … we’ll talk to Hurricanes players (Brad Kaaya, Raphael Kirby) on Monday, and coach Al Golden on Tuesday … Darrion Owens (58), with Demetrius Jackson (31) and Al-Quadin Muhammad (8) during spring practice, is impressing those around him. (instagram.com/mattyports) ...
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July 19, 2015

Miami WR Signee Lawrence Cager Taunts Everett Golson On Twitter

Lawrence Cager hasn’t joined the Miami program yet, but the four-star wide receiver signee is already stirring things up on social media. In the wake of the Everett Golson-to-Florida State transfer news, Cager took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the matter.  Spoiler alert: he doesn’t seem too impressed.  Everett is just dumb smh should’ve went to South Carolina — Lawrence...
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May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Recruiting: Hurricanes eyeing Palm Beach Gardens pair

After a brief lull following signing day, recruiting is about to ramp up again. From Wednesday until May 31, college coaches are permitted to visit high schools to watch and talk with players. The NCAA’s recruiting calendar calls this an “evaluation” period. It also allows for prospects to visit colleges and meet with coaches there. That means UM will be after its top targets...
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April 15, 2015
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