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3/6/14: Former UM defensive lineman and NFL hall of famer Warren Sapp has spent some time recently openly criticizing Hurricanes' defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio. Sapp is not alone in his thinking. Fellow former players Eric Winston and Duane Starks have been outspoken as well. They have a point in that there is a good deal of talent on the defensive side of the ball, but ranked in the bottom half in FBS rankings in major defensive stats such as scoring defense, run defense, and third down defense. D'Onofrio, for his part, brushed off the criticism and claimed he did not now about it.
2/27/14: Miami may have another NCAA rules violation on their hands to deal with in the near future. The school self-reported a potential minor violation last week. Apparently, an assistant coach observed a voluntary workout by players. Coaches and assistants are not permitted to observe or orchestrate offseason workouts. This would be a secondary violation, which would likely be overlooked by schools in good standing. However, considering Miami's checkered past, especially that they are just coming off of major violations, the NCAA could rightfully move to impose additional sanctions, even though this is a very minor violation.
2/20/14: The Hurricanes will not send as many players to the NFL as they have in past seasons - particularly those seasons when they were national championship winners or at least contenders (cynics may say that it is hard to keep buying championship players every year). But they do have a few interesting prospects. Only five Canes will be at the Combine: QB Stephen Morris, WR Allen Hurns, offensive linemen Seantrel Henderson and Brandon Linder, and punter Pat O'Donnell. Miami has not supplied a first round pick since 2008 with Kenny Phillips. And there is not much chance they will get one this year as well.
2/13/14: In past years, it was not unusual to see ten or more players going from the U to the NFL. Those were in the glory days, and the school always seemed to have someone else queued up in line to take their place (especially at running back: Edgerin James, Clinton Portis, Willis McGahee, and so forth). This year, five Canes have been invited to the Combine. Others may be drafted or sign on as undrafted free agents. But things could get back to normal in the next few years. The Hurricanes had a very good recruiting class, and should figure to challenge Florida State in the next few years, which also helps the ACC as a whole.
2/6/14: This will be a big year at The U. Miami has weathered the storm of sanctions and looks to be on good footing going forward. The school should have a pretty good recruiting class, with one publication rating them 11th overall (FSU is 5th and UF is 7th in that ranking). Most of the time, championships are won through recruiting, and it helps that some of the best prospects in both the state of Florida and the United States want to get down to Miami and rebuild the program. That would be good for both college football and the ACC, who expected Miami to be a regular championship contender when
1/30/14: The Hurricanes are hoping that former QB Steven Morris will impress NFL teams as he prepares for the NFL draft in May. He was not as prolific as he would have like to have been in the Senior Bowl, but there is still the combine and pro days to boost his draft stock. It can never be underestimated how important the NFL pedigree is for college teams when they recruit. Who ever will be the next Canes' QB will not have Malcolm Bunche to help protect him. Bunche announced last week that he is taking his talents from South Beach to Southern California and will play for UCLA next season (as a graduate transfer).
1/23/14: Miami, traditionally, has never seemed to be too concerned about playing by the rules. Indeed, they have been sanctioned by the NCAA on multiple occasions. In fact, the Hurricanes are still on NCAA probation from the Nevin Schapiro episodes. However, the Canes may be turning over a new leaf. They asked former rap star Luther Campbell (founder of 2 Live Crew and major Hurricanes booster) to leave the facility when a recruit asked for a photo with him. Unbelievably, a photo would have been a violation of NCAA rules, which the NCAA, presumably, understands the reason for.
1/16/14: Don't worry Miami, he is not going anywhere. The reports said that Miami head coach Al Golden was offered the head coaching job at Penn State. That would have brought him back to a place he is well familiar with. However, Golden turned down the job and is staying at Miami. That is probably a better choice. Miami has not been relevant in a decade, but has a lot of national championships in the past 30 years. They are also in the middle of one of the best recruiting hotbeds in the county. The key for Golden and the Hurricanes now is to keep that talent in South Florida, instead of letting it go to FSU and UCF.
1/9/13: For a while, it looked like the Hurricanes were going to lose head coach Al Golden to Penn State. Golden seemed to be a natural fit. He came up through Penn State and has guided a program through sanctions and rebuilding. Golden was reportedly offered the head coaching position, but is staying at Miami. Miami may be the better choice. For one thing, they have been far more relevant in the past three decades than Penn State. They are also in the middle of the most fertile recruiting grounds, they play in a weak division in a semi-weak conference, and they are past their sanctions and scholarship restrictions. By staying at Miami, Golden has the chance to finally build the program.
1/2/14: Not too long ago, the Hurricanes were ranked seventh in the nation and were considered an outside candidate for the National Championship. That was until Florida State rolled over them and knocked their star running back (Storm Johnson) out for the season. The Canes ended up in the underrated Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando against the Louisville Cardinals. The Cardinals are led by QB Teddy Bridgewater - largely considered the best NFL prospect in NCAA. Miami had no answer for Bridgewater and the Cardinals, and were routed 36-9. Incidently, Louisville joins the ACC next season and there could be a rematch as early as week one.
12/26/13: Miami is in Orlando and finishing their preparations to take on the Louisville Cardinals in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Saturday, January 28th. The Russell Athletic Bowl is one of the underrated bowl games that consistently gets good matchups and name brand teams. Last year featured Virginia Tech and Rutgers, and the year prior had Notre Dame against Florida State. The Hurricanes will likely be without wide receiver Herb Waters, who has missed the last three practices with an undisclosed injury. Waters is third on the team receiving yards and touchdowns. Fortunately, the Canes have some depth at the position with the return of Phillip Dorsett.
12/19/13: While all the speculation for Mack Brown's successor at the University of Texas has centered around Nick Saban (Alabama) and Jimbo Fisher (Florida State) and Art Briles (Baylor), the Longhorns may be wise to take a look at Hurricanes head coach Al Golden. Golden was honored last week with the Lombardi Coaching Award for Excellence in Coaching. Golden came into the program in the middle of the Schapiro scandal and has Miami going in the right direction. The Hurricanes will play the Louisville Cardinals in the Russell Athletic Bowl on December 28th in sunny Orlando, Florida.
12/12/13: Miami's season ended the previous week and they were all but locked into their position in the bowls, but they did have to wait out Saturday and Sunday to see where the chips would fall. The Hurricanes are headed to the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Florida to play against the Louisville Cardinals. The close proximity Miami should encourage a decent turnout for the game, which will pit the Canes against one of the top quarterbacks in the country in Teddy Bridgewater. Good news for Miami - the field was replaced with artificial turf grass after the playing area turned to slop following terrible weather a few years ago.
12/5/13: Miami went into last Saturday's game against Pitt needing a few things to happen to make the ACC Championship Game. The needed to beat Pitt and for Duke to lose to North Carolina. Miami held up their end of the bargain in a 41-31 victory. QB Steven Morris threw for just under 300 yards and three touchdowns while Stacy Coley caught two TD passes and scored another with a 73 yard end-around. However, Duke won their game, thereby ending the Hurricanes' regular season. Miami finished 9-3 (5-3 in ACC), and may find themselves in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando.
11/28/13: After losing three games in a row and dropping from #7 in the country to unranked, the Hurricanes finally earned a victory. It seems like a long time ago when the Canes were undefeated. Then they were manhandled by Florida State and they have not been the same. They hosted Virginia last week in front of an estimated 100 fans. Miami was able to dominate Virginia, who only has two wins on the season and none in conference. Miami has an outside chance at the Coastal Division title which would put them into the ACC Championship Game, but more than likely, Duke or Virginia Tech will get the crown.
11/21/13: The Hurricanes' once promising season has come crashing down in the past three weeks. Since being obliterated by FSU and losing their best offensive weapon in running back Duke Johnson, the Canes have not won. The latest loss, a 48-30 beatdown by unranked Duke, pretty much eliminates them from playing FSU in a rematch in the ACC Championship Game. Quite frankly, the team has seemed uninspired since losing to the Noles and will have to dig in to find a quality bowl game this season. The good news is that Johnson should be back next year and the Canes should be much improved with a year of experience.
11/14/13: Miami was run out of Tallahassee during the second half of the Canes-Noles game and has not recovered. Miami was dominated by Virginia Tech at home in a 42-24 rout. Luckily for the Hurricanes not many people saw the beating as the stadium was about half empty. The loss eliminated the Cane's clear path to the ACC Championship Game against Florida State and a chance at redemption. Now Miami is in a confusing battle with Duke, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech for the Coastal Division title. That puzzle will get a bit clearer as the Hurricanes head to play Duke this Saturday.
11/7/13: The #7 Hurricanes traveled to Tallahassee to face fellow ACC unbeaten #3 Florida State last Saturday. The Canes were a 22 point underdog, but were looking for a statement win to bolster their position. They kept it close in the first half, trailing 21-14 at halftime, but were overwhelmed in the second half and fell 41-14. QB Steven Morris was 16-28, 198 yards, 2 TDs and 2 INT. The bigger loss is that star running back Duke Johnson broke his ankle in the second half and is out for the season. Miami is still a good football team and should win the ACC Coastal Division - setting up a rematch in the ACC Championship in about a month.
10/31/13: The Hurricanes almost got tripped up last Saturday against Wake Forest. Almost. Duke Johnson scored the winning touchdown with less than a minute remaining for the win. Miami may have been looking ahead to Florida State this weekend. The Seminoles are ranked third and the Hurricanes enter with the #7 ranking. Both are undefeated. This looks like the old days when the Canes and Noles were perennial contenders and the matchup went a long way in determining the national champion. It should be a great game in Tallahassee, and a must-see event for college football fans.
10/24/13: The ACC is enjoying a bit of resurgence in football this season - or more appropriately - the ACC is finally putting out more than one or two quality teams in football this season. Miami is the favorite in the Coastal Division and took their undefeated record to North Carolina in a primetime Thursday game. They trailed the entire game but were able to score a late touchdown to save themselves, and the ACC. The win keeps them in line for an ACC Championship Game birth. The Canes, now ranked 7th in the AP Poll, host Wake Forest this weekend before heading to Tallahassee to face the mighty Florida State Seminoles.
10/17/13: The Hurricanes got a nice victory a couple weeks ago against Georgia Tech to take control of second place in the ACC Coastal Division. Virginia Tech leads the division with a 3-0 conference record. Miami is just now coming into the heart of their Conference schedule, with ACC opponents for the rest of the regular season. Next up is a primetime game at North Carolina, followed by the annual game against Florida State. Miami is ranked 13th in the AP poll and 14th by the coaches. With Georgia and Oklahoma losing over the past weekend, there is a good chance Miami will move up without playing a down.
10/10/13: Miami stayed undefeated on the season by knocking off ACC rival Georgia Tech last Saturday. The Hurricanes were able to break away from the Yellow Jackets and build up a sizable lead. That forced Georgia Tech to throw. Georgia Tech does not throw the ball well. The Hurricanes defense was able to pick up a few interceptions and pad their stats with their effort. The final score: Miami 45, Georgia Tech: 30. The Hurricanes have a bye week this Saturday, as does rival Florida State. Miami is back in action on Thursday, October 17 with a nationally televised night game at North Carolina.
10/3/13: The Miami Hurricanes are off to a strong start, and that is good for the ACC who is desperately trying to gain credibility. The Canes victory over Florida was their signature moment thus far this year, but it always helps to beat other instate teams. This time, the Hurricanes overwhelmed South Florida 49-21. Miami is 4-0 on the season so far but has not played an ACC game yet. That changes on Saturday. Miami hosts Georgia Tech at 3:30pm. Miami is ranked 14th in both the AP and USA Today polls. A win against the Yellow Jackets may bump them up to the top ten.
9/26/13: The Hurricanes got their biggest win in several years when they defeated Florida a few weeks ago, and the team hopes that signals that they are back. They ran up the score like the good old days over the weekend when they overwhelmed FCS school Savannah State 77-7. The sheer score was impressive, but this is not a game that should ever be played. Miami sits at 3-0 right now and has another warm-up game this weekend. The Hurricanes travel to Tampa to play South Florida. USF was a pretty good team a few years ago but has fallen on hard times. The Canes begin their conference schedule on October 5 when they host Georgia Tech.
9/19/13: After pulling of the upset over one-time rival Florida, the Hurricanes earned a bye week. Miami was outplayed and outgained (almost 2-1), but won the game due to turnovers and opportunistic scoring. It was the second time this season an ACC team beat an SEC team, perhaps putting a chink in the SEC armor. The Hurricanes play Savannah State on the 21st, followed by the University of South Florida. USF lost their opener against McNeese State, an FCS team, so the Canes should be 4-0 when they start conference play against Georgia Tech on October 5th.
9/12/13: The Miami Hurricanes, clad in orange from head to toe, scored their biggest victory in almost a decade last Saturday. The Canes hosted the highly ranked Florida Gators, who are also a long-time rival. The Gators were heavily favored, and in fact, controlled the game: UF out-gained UM almost 2-1 and dominated the time of possession. However, UF continued to commit costly turnovers (especially in the red zone). The Canes took advantage of the gifts and came away with the 21-16 upset - which is another big win for the ACC over the SEC. Miami is now ranked 15th. They have a bit of a breather as they host Savannah State this weekend.
9/4/13: The University of Miami football team has much higher expectations this year than in the past few. The Hurricanes actually won the ACC Coastal Division last season (with a 7-6 record), but opted out of the ACC Championship Game against Florida State in an attempt to reduce their pending NCAA sanctions. The Hurricanes took care of business on opening weekend, overpowering Florida Atlantic 34-6. The road gets tougher from here, though. The Hurricanes will host long-time in-state rival Florida next weekend, in what is sure to be a good test for this good offense and developing defense.
2/21/13: The University of Miami finally received their notice of allegations from the NCAA, which charges the school of having a "lack of institutional control" because former booster Nevin Shapiro was not monitored and claims to have provided impermissible benefits to many prospects and players. Shapiro is now in prison for running a Ponzi scheme which cheated people out of close to $1 billion. The Lack of Institutional Control tag is among the harshest charges that the NCAA has, and could mean major sanctions for the school. Miami has already forfeited two bowl games and an ACC Championship Game, and feels they should not be punished anymore.
11/29/12: The University of Miami self-imposed a bowl ban for the second straight year, meaning that the season is over for the Hurricanes. The bowl ban is an attempt to receive lesser sanctions in the future, whenever the NCAA decides to rule on the recruiting scandal from a few year ago. From another perspective, the bowl ban this year is not severe at all. The Hurricanes won their final two games against South Florida and Duke to finish 7-5, which would have earned a trip to a mid or low level bowl. Miami does not want to make the same mistake Ohio State did by putting a mediocre team in a bowl one year, and missing out on a more more prominent bowl the following season.
11/22/12: The University of Miami has removed themselves from bowl eligibility for the second consecutive year. The Hurricanes could have had a chance to play in the ACC Championship Game against Florida State, and possibly go to the Orange Bowl, but have decided to self-impose the bowl ban in hopes of leniency when the NCAA doles out punishment for a recruiting scandal from a few years ago. The Canes are only 6-5, and 4-2 in ACC play, but the weak Coastal Division was still in play. Instead, Georgia Tech will play FSU for the Orange Bowl birth.
11/15/12: The U is certainly in a rebuilding year, and it is going about as well as planned for Al Golden's team. While the Hurricanes are only 5-5 overall and 4-3 in ACC play, they actually lead the ACC Coastal Division. Miami is tied in record with Georgia Tech, but won the head-to-head match-up. They play University of South Florida this weekend, and a win will make them bowl-eligible. But the regular season finale against Duke may decide if they go to the ACC Championship Game. That means it is entirely possible that a 7-6 Miami team could possibly be the ACC representative in the Orange Bowl in January.
The Miami Hurricanes play Division I college football for the University of Miami, commonly referred to as 'The U', in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Hurricanes play their home games at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL. They are coached by Al Golden, who took over the program in 2011. The Miami Hurricanes' main rivals include the Florida Gators, the Florida State Seminoles, the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
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