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Miami Hurricanes News and Notes: Canes Familia, Cavaliers on Deck, IPF Dedication

Canes football set to take on UVA tomorrow.

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Good Morning Canes fans. Another week has come and gone, and we’re once again arrived to the safe haven of Friday. There’s plenty of headlines from the University of Miami with this week’s contest against the University of Virginia getting marquee billing.

The Cavaliers are coming off of a BYE/OPEN week, having last played NC State a couple of weeks ago. Of course, the Hurricanes are coming off another win against Florida State, looking to keep pace with Virginia Tech in the race to win the ACC Coastal. Both UM and VT currently have two wins in ACC competition.

Your captains for the weekend are as follows:

Offense: OG Haydon Mahoney, RB Travis Homer

Defense: S Jaquan Johnson

Special Teams: WR Jeff Thomas

No notes on the injury front: WR Jeff Thomas was the only player listed as questionable to play, but he did go through practice and is believed to be available for Saturday.

State of Declaration

State of the U’s Marshall Thomas examines the progress the Hurricanes have made since the opening week LSU

Justin Dottavio gives you an Xs and Os perspective on the challenges of Virginia’s offensive and defensive systems.

Marshall Thomas also wrote about how a connection from the past to Miami’s presents, can represent a great future

As always, be sure to check out the latest pick for week seven from Craig T. Smith

The Hurricanes take on a Virginia Cavalier team that is looking for a statement win on homecoming weekend. Here’s a look at the matchups and players that will take the spotlight Saturday night.

News from the Miami Media

Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald recaps the celebration at yesterday’s dedication ceremony for the Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility.

Christy Chirinos of the Sun Sentinel provides insight into last weekend’s rousing halftime speech from S Jaquan Johnson.

The Athletic’s Manny Navarro ($) reviews QB N’Kosi Perry performance from the first half of the season along with what to expect in his first road test.

In his Hurricane six pack, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald breaks down the snap count for Miami’s young stars, news on a few targets in the 2019 as well as analyzing the productivity of the Canes defensive line.

Non-Revenue Roundup

The Hurricanes Swim Team take on SMU this weekend as part of the SMU Classic. It’ll be a two day affair for 1-1 UM.

UM Women’s Tennis will host the Bedford Invitational today at Neil Schiff Tennis Center. After losing her opening match, Estela Perez-Somarriba won her final three matches at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships.

UM’s Cross Country is scheduled to take part in the USF Invitational later today.

In the midst of a three game win streak, the Hurricanes Women’s Volleyball (9-4) look to extend their current win streak to four against Syracuse tonight. The team will then travel to Massachusetts on Sunday to take on Boston College to close out their road trip.

Finally, the Hurricane Rowing Team is set to begin their season at The Head of the Indian Creek on Saturday.

HAVE A GREAT MORNING AND GO CANES!