Miami Football: Practice Recap and Al Golden Addressing The Media 10-12-13

Saturday was a Monday in the world of the Miami Hurricanes as Al Golden is a schedule maniac and makes sure his team never breaks its routine. With that being said, the Canes started their prep for North Carolina.   A few notes from what I learned from talking to some players and coach Golden after practice: -Golden is really happy with the latest incarnation of the OL of  Linder...
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October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

The Beast With An Exclusive Interview With Canes Tight Ends Coach Larry Scott 8 14 13

I had a chance to go one-on-one with Miami’s first-year tight ends coach on Wednesday morning. Hear what he has to say about guys like Clive Walford, Asante Cleveland, Beau Sandland, Standish Dobard and more.     The post The Beast With An Exclusive Interview With Canes Tight Ends Coach Larry Scott 8 14 13 appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.
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August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

First Fall Scrimmage 2013: Recap

The Miami Hurricanes are off this morning for the first time since their fall camp begin on August 3rd, a much needed break after yesterday’s all important scrimmage.  Several Hurricane players vaulted themselves into the spotlight and grabbed the coaches attention with their play.  Others confirmed their positions and still others left questions marks that will be answered during...
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August 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Incoming Recruits Breakdown Series: Standish Dobard

The fourth edition of the “Incoming Recruits Breakdown Series” shines the spotlight on Louisiana state champion and now-Miami Hurricane Standish Dobard. Dobard’s Edna Karr High School team finished 15-0 last season defeating Neville HS 29-22 en route to the 4A state title. He caught six passes for 61 yards in the championship victory and finished the season with 53 receptions...
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June 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Incoming Recruits Breakdown Series: Beau Sandland

This week’s edition of the “Incoming Recruits Breakdown Series” highlights Beau Sandland, another early enrollee for the Miami Hurricanes. Sandland, a 6’6”, 255-pound tight end, most recently attended Pierce College in Los Angeles, California. He attended Simi Valley High School and was largely overlooked because his team only won seven games during Sandland’s four seasons...
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June 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Wazzu Morning Drip - New Additions Edition

Happy Thursday Cougs, as we barrel towards the holiday weekend and prepare for family get-togethers and such for most of you early next week.     So have you and yours been out to see Santa Butch?  A little secret for you - believe it or not, one of our blogfathers who used to write here and there was actually Santa Butch for a number of years (true story).  I am not sure...
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December 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Q&A with Asante Cleveland

Asante Cleveland is Miami's starting tight end right now and talked about some things heading into the summer.
May 23, 2012  |  Discuss
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