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Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott will return in 2014

Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott, who had been running with the first team before injuring his shoulder/clavicle in Wednesday’s scrimmage, should be back at some point this season, coach Al Golden said. “It’s not a season-ending deal,” Golden said. “It’s a little bit of an exotic injury, something that’s not customary. But he’s doing good. He’ll keep his conditioning...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes Football: Post-Practice Video Coverage March 22, 2014

The weather held off in Coral Gables Saturday morning as the team went through their lone weekend practice. Quarterback Kevin Olsen got to run the two-minute drill with the ones, but was relegated back to the second team during seven on seven and 11 on 11 drills. D’mauri Jones made a few nice catches today, as did Stacy Coley. Gus Edwards had a few nice runs, and also made a nice...
Via CaneInsider
March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes Football Spring Practice Report: Day 2

If Saturday was orientation, Sunday was the first day of boot camp. Early in the day, the linebackers were slow to partner up, which frustrated coach Micheal Barrow. Defensive lineman Earl Moore was called out both days for hitting too high. Defensive coordinator Mark D’Onofrio had to yell at his squad, “This isn’t half speed. Let’s go!” The players were prohibited from...
Via CaneInsider
March 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Al Golden Addresses the Media Today During Florida State Week

Here are today’s notes from a very insightful press conference with Miami Hurricane head coach, Al Golden, just days before his team travels to Tallahasee to take on Florida State in a nationally televised game at 8 p.m. on Saturday on ABC. Al Golden | Miami Hurricanes | October 29th 12:30 p.m. EST | Weekly Press Conference On Stephen Morris, Full Go? He looked better, he...
Via CaneInsider
October 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Miami Football: Al Golden Day After Wake Forest Teleconference Transcript 10-26-13

As always, Al Golden met with the media via teleconference Sunday. He had some great quotes on his team, the game against Wake, and the upcoming game against FSU. Here’s what Miami’s head coach was saying: Questions and Answers may be edited for writing purposes   Q: (Tim Reynolds, AP) How much do you allow, or encourage emotion to seep in (this week)? Al: I think you have to...
Via CaneInsider
October 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Rashawn Scott Might Play Thursday

Coach Al Golden confirmed Rashawn Scott might play Thursday night for the No 10 Hurricanes against North Carolina. “It’s close. I’m not gonna take him if he’s not gonna play,” he said.   Scott has not been cleared for full contact, but after practice Monday, Golden said he has been “running like crazy.” The wide receiver is listed on the depth chart behind Allen Hurns...
Via CaneInsider
October 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Berrios Commit Stablizes Miami’s WR Recruiting

It’s no secret, the Miami Hurricanes need wide receivers.  That’s why the commitment of Braxton Berrios on Saturday was a tremendous boost to the wide receiver recruiting class the Hurricanes hope to ink in February during the 2014 signing day.  With the departure of Allen Hurns after this 2013 season, the Hurricanes will be left with only six scholarship wide outs for...
Via CaneInsider
October 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Miami Football: Al Golden, Coordinators, Players Meet Media Before North Carolina 10-13-13

Sunday is Tuesday. At least that’s what Al Golden wants his players and coaches to believe as the Canes held their weekly presser on Sunday, which is normally held on Tuesdays during a normal week. However, this is not your normal week–at least as it relates to recent normalcy. The Hurricanes team is entering a game week ranked #10 in the Associated Press Poll (11 in the Coaches...
Via CaneInsider
October 13, 2013  |  Discuss

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...
Via CaneInsider
October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Al Golden: Mid Week Teleconference

COACH AL GOLDEN OPENING STATEMENT: We’re just trying to get better here. Taking this week, trying to get better. Haven’t really turned our attention to North Carolina yet. Just been working on our fundamentals, bringing a lot of young kids along, and just trying to push improvement, our fundamental improvement in all three units. Q. This is obviously a big week for the twos and...
Via CaneInsider
October 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Golden’s First Game as Head Coach of a Top 25 Team

The last time the Miami Hurricanes were ranked in the AP poll was November 14, 2010. The last time Al Golden was part of a ranked team, in 2005, he was the defensive coordinator at Virginia. Today, Miami is ranked No. 16 in the AP and No. 17 in the coaches poll. After a huge 21-16 victory over Florida and a restful bye week, the Hurricanes are ready to take on the Savannah State...
Via CaneInsider
September 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Florida Week: Day one Practice Report

The Miami Hurricanes braved weather elements in South Florida but did get in their first practice in preparation for Saturday’s noon kickoff versus the rival Florida Gators team today in Coral Gables.  The post practice interviews were delayed, then moved inside for safety from lightening concerns. CaneInsider reported on our “private” INsider board (an unpublished report...
Via CaneInsider
September 02, 2013  |  Discuss

NCAA college football: Should there be an oversight committee by member conferences?

The college football side of the NCAA has been under heavy criticism recently for the way it has handled investigations of rules violations by member institutions. Should there be an oversight committee by member conferences? Some penalties seem heavy handed and others 
Via Sports-Glory
June 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Rashawn Scott shows off at UM spring game

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. For 10 days last November, University of Miami wide receiver Rashawn Scott seemed destined to miss this years annual spring game. In fact, it appeared Scott might have played his last game with the Hurricanes when he was suspended for the final three 2012 games after violating undisclosed team rules. I learned, Ive moved forward no grudges, no nothing, Scott...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Rashawn Scott shows off at UM spring game

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. For 10 days last November, University of Miami wide receiver Rashawn Scott seemed destined to miss this years annual spring game. In fact, it appeared Scott might have played his last game with the Hurricanes when he was suspended for the final three 2012 games after violating undisclosed team rules. I learned, Ive moved forward no grudges, no nothing, Scott...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Miami still has ACC Coastal chance

There's been one victory in five games since September. The stat sheet shows the worst defensive numbers in school history. And there's still the lingering issue of whether a postseason trip would be forfeited because of the ongoing NCAA investigation. These are not the best of times for the Miami Hurricanes. That is, except for this not-so-insignificant nugget: The Hurricanes...
Via AP on Fox
November 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes still have chance for ACC glory

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- There's been one victory in five games since September. The stat sheet shows the worst defensive numbers in school history. And there's still the lingering issue of whether a postseason trip would be forfeited because of the ongoing NCAA investigation. These are not the best of times for the Miami Hurricanes. That is, except for this not-so-insignificant...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Miami takes Coastal lead, tops Virginia Tech

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. Orange jerseys and orange pants gave Miami a different look Thursday night. Sixty minutes of football gave the Hurricanes a new perspective on their season. The 'Canes, having lost their three previous games before experiencing a turbulent week off, earned a 30-12 victory against ACC rival Virginia Tech in what ranks as the biggest win under second-year...
Via Fox Sports Florida
November 01, 2012  |  Discuss

ACC Honor Roll - Week 5

Other than Florida State and Clemson winning, it wasn't a particularly good weekend for the ACC. Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Virginia suffered bad losses, but at least UNC set a school record with 66 points and Miami took another step toward respectability. But those losses were damaging. Yet, there was no shortage of excellent performances in the league. With respect...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
September 30, 2012  |  Discuss

N.C. State-Miami Report Card

Miami may be far from a complete football team but the Hurricanes are 3-0 in the ACC after hanging on to defeat N.C State, 44-37, on Saturday. Both teams had terrific stretches in this video game that came to life they combined for 1,315 yards - and both had awful ones. But in the end, Miami simply made more plays in yet another game that had its fans on the edges of their seats...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
September 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Al Golden interview re: off season thus far -- surgeries, recruiting, Jedd Fisch, quarterbacks, etc.

Just talked to Hurricanes coach Al Golden by phone. Briefly: * He's very pleased with UM's recruiting efforts, and feels strongly that "the majority'' of kids that have verbally committed "will honor their commitments and stay with us.'' He said among the positions UM needs, the Canes need cornerbacks "terribly.'' He said the Canes...
Via Miami Herald
January 12, 2012  |  Discuss
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