Good Morning ’Canes fans. It’s time for your Miami Hurricanes news and notes for September 26, 2017.
Gametime announced for next week’s Miami vs. FSU match
SOTU’s own Cam Underwood addresses why the next edition of the rivalry will not happen in primetime.
A green light for Ahmmon Richards
While he dressed to play against Toledo this past Saturday, WR Ahmmon Richards did not play. However, on Monday head coach Mark Richt expressed that Richards would be available for Friday’s game.
Matt Porter of The Palm Beach Post wrote about what Richards’s return will mean to Miami.
Jackson probable for Duke
The optimism from CMR continued on Monday. DE Demetrius Jackson, who sat out Saturday’s game with an undisclosed injury, is projected to return to the lineup.
Mack Brown assigned to the booth for Miami vs. Duke
According to Miami Herald reporter Barry Jackson, Mack Brown and Dave Lamont will call the game for ESPN.
ESPN assigned longtime South Florida sportscaster Dave Lamont and former Texas coach Mack Brown to UM-Duke at 7 pm Friday.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) September 25, 2017
Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald also wrote about the relationship between Mark Richt’s initial assessment of QB Malik Rosier, and how the QB changed the coach’s opinion.
Sun Sentinel Reporter Christy Cabrera Chirinos reflects on five takeaways from Miami’s win over Toledo.
Matt Porter of The Palm Beach Post looks at the keys to Miami’s victory last Saturday and what needs to be improved against Duke this week.
Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald wrote about Mark Richt being “cool” with the Turnover Chain drawing a flag.
ESPN Staff Writer Adam Rittenberg has moved Miami up in the recent edition of the site’s Power Rankings.
CBS Sports Chip Patterson moved Miami to #14 in the weekly 130 rankings
The big story in the college football on Monday was that nine University of Florida football team members were charged with third-degree felony charges in relation to credit card fraud.
Have a great day!