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Miami names Waters its unsung hero of 2015

He may not have the star power of a Brad Kaaya or a Joseph Yearby, but Miami wide receiver Herb Waters was nearly as valuable this year.Waters, a 6-2, 198-pound senior, was named the Hurricanes unsung hero of the 2015 season after grabbing 38 catches for 607 yards and a touchdown. Per ESPN:Miami (8-4) will be back in action on Dec. 26 when it faces Washington State (8-4) in the Sun Bowl at 2 p.m.
Via FOX Sports
December 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami can't come close to slowing UNC in blowout road loss

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- Marquise Williams accounted for four touchdowns and Ryan Switzer had a 78-yard punt return for a score, leading No. 17 North Carolina's dominating performance in a 59-21 win against Miami on Saturday.Williams ran for 101 yards and three touchdowns and threw for a TD for the Tar Heels (9-1, 6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 23 CFP), who won their ninth straight...
Via Associated Press
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami-FAU football to be carried on Fox Sports 1

The first road game — if we can really call it that — of the Hurricanes’ 2015 season will be carried on Fox Sports 1, Conference USA announced Monday. The game will kick off at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11 at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton. The Owls’ home is about an hour’s drive from UM … depending on traffic. This is the second meeting between the schools, the first being a 34-6 Hurricanes...
Via Canes Watch
June 01, 2015

New UM receivers coach Kevin Beard talks Rashawn Scott, Braxton Berrios, Herb Waters

Curing what ails Stacy Coley will be a major focus for new receivers coach Kevin Beard. Among his other tasks: coaxing production from Rashawn Scott, taking Braxton Berrios to a higher level and keeping Herb Waters happy. The Hurricanes get a final year out of Scott, which means the promising senior will have a chance to realize his considerable potential. Scott, who recorded 512...
Via Canes Watch
February 13, 2015

Miami Hurricanes finish first bowl practice, generate plenty of news: Duke, Walford, Bush, Waters, Gayot.

   After nearly two weeks off, the Miami Hurricanes hit the practice field Friday in preparation for the Duck Commander Independence Bowl.     And what a happy, engaged and energetic bunch of players they were on this sunny, crisp and absolutely beautiful South Florida morning.     Here’s what you need to know before I get back to writing my more in-depth story to post online later...
Via Eye on the U
December 12, 2014

Miami’s Deon Bush, Herb Waters out for Pitt game

Wednesday, UM coach Al Golden didn’t quite know what to think of safety Deon Bush’s injury. “It’s going to be close with Deon, so we’ll see,” Golden said. “Hamstrings are funny. It can get better really quickly, or it can linger on.” It lingers on. Bush’s strained hamstring will keep him out of Saturday’s regular season finale against Pittsburgh (7 p.m., ESPN2). He was ruled out...
Via Canes Watch
November 27, 2014

Herb Waters recovering from scary neck injury, injury updates from Miami-Virginia

After suffering a scary injury that brought his teammates to their knees — and moved several to tears — Hurricanes wide receiver Herb Waters is doing fine. UM coach Al Golden said Waters, a junior from Homestead, is “going to be healthy” after straining his neck while blocking a kickoff return late in the third quarter of Saturday’s 30-13 loss at Virginia. “He’s in great spirits...
Via Canes Watch
November 23, 2014

Herb Waters' update for those who turned off the agony on ESPN2.. and player reaction

CHARLOTTESVILLE (pre-flight home) -- Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya didn't know what hit him last night at Scott Stadium -- literally and figuratively. Neither did receiver Herb Waters. Thankfully, both are alive, if not well, this morning. Waters, a warm, friendly junior from Homestead who is always smiling, was hit hard last night on a helmet-to-helmet episode during a kickoff...
Via Eye on the U
November 23, 2014

Herb Waters taken to hospital after helmet-to-helmet hit (Video)

Miami junior wide receiver Herb Waters was taken to the hospital after going down following a helmet-to-helmet hit Saturday night in Virginia. Waters was hit during a Hurricanes’ kickoff return in the third quarter. He was down on the field and immobilized before later being taken to the UVA medical center on campus via ambulance....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Johnson leads Miami past FAU, 34-6

Duke Johnson had a career-high 186 rushing yards and a touchdown, Stephen Morris threw for 160 yards and another score, and Miami beat Florida Atlantic 34-6 on Friday night in the season opener for both teams. Receiver Herb Waters had a 63-yard touchdown run on an end-around and Dallas Crawford added a touchdown run for Miami, which plays host to No. 10 Florida next weekend. Johnson...
Via FOX Sports
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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