miami notre dame football 1989CanesFreak2001, a legend when it comes to YouTube status and Miami Hurricanes-themed videos, has released what he’s titled his Miami v. Notre Dame “Pump-Up” video.

Check this clip out as it’s sure to get your blood flowing for next Saturday’s showdown at Soldier Field (in Chicago) when the Hurricanes take on the Fighting Irish.

allCanes.com loves CanesFreak2001′s work so much…

POSTED BY admin AT September 30th, 2012 02:04   13 Comments

rashawn scott miami hurricanesFive weeks into the 2012 season the Miami Hurricanes are a 4-1 football team. Before going any further, take a deep breath and absorb that for a minute.

UM is headed to Chicago to take on Notre Dame at Soldier Field next weekend and few saw “The U” as a one-loss team entering that showdown, yet that’s the reality.

A full recap of…

POSTED BY admin AT September 29th, 2012 07:11   35 Comments

raising canes documentary allcanesblog miami hurricanesA great ‘Raising Canes’ piece on last weekend’s win at Georgia Tech titled, “The Feeling Of A Victory”.

This 18:29 clip highlights the in and outs of the comeback win, as well as head coach Al Golden getting lost in the moment when tending to injured wide receiver Malcolm Lewis.

A must-watch piece to show what happened behind the scenes in epic…

POSTED BY admin AT September 29th, 2012 10:21   10 Comments

dedrick epps miami hurricanesMiami, on the heels of a thrilling comeback at Georgia Tech, welcomes North Carolina State to Sun Life Stadium this weekend. This marks the first meeting between the Hurricanes and the Wolfpack since the season finale in 2008.

Miami enters the contest 3-1, with its lone loss a brutal 52-13 beat down at Kansas State, while NC State fell in the…

POSTED BY admin AT September 28th, 2012 09:12   9 Comments

marcus forston miami hurricanesThree games into the NFL season, the New England Patriots have cut former Miami Hurricanes defensive lineman Marcus Forston. He saw action in one game.

Forston was a free agent pick-up after April’s NFL Draft and was one of five early departees, which also included running back Lamar Miller, wide receiver Tommy Streeter, defensive lineman Olivier Vernon and offensive lineman Brandon Washington.

Forston…

POSTED BY admin AT September 27th, 2012 12:42   6 Comments