joseph yearby miami hurricanes james coley florida stateHard to get over-excited about verbal commitment, but when it’s a local four-star recruit that flips from an arch-rival, it warrants mention. Even in late February.

Miami Central running back Joseph Yearby is the fourth verbal commit of UM’s 2014 recruiting class and a Florida State commit since summer 2012, this is a great pick-up for The U.

New offensive coordinator James Coley,…

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david thompson miami hurricanes baseball westminster christianThe foe may have only been Milwaukee, but the result was three more wins and Miami has climbed to 7-0 and has cracked the top 25. St. Thomas heads to The Light on Tuesday and Barry visits on Wednesday before the Hurricanes trek to Gainesville for a three-game stand with the Florida Gators, a program that’s owned UM as of…

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larry scott south florida bulls miami hurricanes allcanesblogThe hire didn’t make the headlines that Miami’s most recent acquisition did – that former Miami player and FIU head coach who popped in for a month before taking his talents to Tuscaloosa – but that doesn’t mean UM didn’t get a good one in Larry Scott, who officially joined the staff.

Below is the official release, but in a nutshell,…

POSTED BY admin AT February 25th, 2013 05:37   0 Comments

miami hurricanes 2013 football schedule released allcanes allcanesblogThe ACC has released the official football schedule for the 2013 season and combined with the already known out of conference games, the Miami Hurricanes have it all laid out for them this fall regarding who UM will face.

Georgia Tech will be Miami’s first in-conference game, with the Yellow Jackets visiting on Saturday October 5th.

After a bye week on October…

POSTED BY admin AT February 25th, 2013 03:16   2 Comments

miami hurricanes wake forest basketball win streak accWatching the past few games, it was obvious this moment was coming.

The seventy-plus point-per-game average was reduced to 45 at Clemson and 54 against Virginia. Gaudy stats like 3-of-19 from behind the arc. A .346 shooting percentage against the Tigers and .385  versus the visiting Cavaliers, both games bailed out by some last-minute magic.

All and any pixie dust failed to…

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