randy shannon miami hurricanes arkansas razorbacks allcanesblog.com the u familyFormer Miami Hurricanes head coach Randy Shannon is on the move again.

After spending the last season as linebackers coach at Texas Christian, he is headed to Arkansas to join the staff of first-year head coach Bret Bielema, who recently left Wisconsin to head-up the Razorbacks.

Not really much to say here, other than the fact that Shannon’s journey has been … interesting,…

POSTED BY admin AT December 31st, 2012 04:23   4 Comments

donna shalala university of miami president the godfather gangster don corleoneAnother little quip from Barry Jackson at the Miami Herald this morning in regards to pending University of Miami sanctions.

A few paragraphs were buried in his ‘Sports Buzz’ column and based on the waiting game this program, coaches, players and fan base are forced to play, his comments warranted discussion.

The main focus of the piece revolved around what Miami will do…

POSTED BY admin AT December 30th, 2012 12:07   2 Comments

procanes.com allcanesblog.com miami hurricanes nfl u family the uThe Miami Hurricanes program may not currently be the pipeline to the NFL it was a few years back, but players from ‘The U’ still dominate weekly and as of today, six are now headed to this year’s NFL Pro Bowl – another incredible feat by this little private university nestled in Coral Gables.

The six Hawai’i-bound Hurricanes are wide receivers…

POSTED BY admin AT December 26th, 2012 11:30   0 Comments

miami hurricanes team united hands the u go canes u familyMuch has been quiet on the football front these past few weeks as Miami self-imposed another post-season ban, meaning the Hurricanes missed out on the ACC Championship game, having won the Coastal Division, but also an upcoming bowl game – either the Orange Bowl, had Miami beat Florida State, or the Sun Bowl, in a showdown against Southern Cal.

While things…

POSTED BY admin AT December 23rd, 2012 05:04   1 Comments

drew rosenhaus sports agent miami hurricanes new policyThe story made local papers, but hasn’t gone national because let’s face it, there’s nothing salacious about this proactive, game-changing move.

When national articles break in regards to the Miami Hurricanes and NCAA-related scandals, it’s talk of Nevin Shapiro, illegal benefits, suspensions and the hope of some that ‘The U’ received a death penalty-sized knockout blow.

In other words, no one outside…

POSTED BY admin AT December 22nd, 2012 01:58   0 Comments