Good Morning Canes familia, and welcome to another Friday edition of Miami Hurricanes News and Notes. Canes football has the week off during their scheduled bye week. However, they’ll return to action a week from today, when they’ll be taking on Boston College at 7pm on ESPN.
Freshman WR Brian Hightower, who suffered an ankle injury in practice over a week ago, is said to be out indefinitely.
Declarations of State
We may be in the midst of a bye week, but that didn’t deter Justin Dottavio from breaking down more film from Miami’s game against Virginia last weekend.
Film Review: Hurricanes Bye Week Edition. Look at throwing into coverage, adjusting routes, misreading option routes, double screens, run-pass options and other things Miami. https://t.co/1up6mP6qbj pic.twitter.com/13xXem7G7C— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) October 18, 2018
DT Gerald Willis III, S Jaquan Johnson and LB Shaq Quarterman has received plenty of praise with over half the season in the books. Here are a few more defenders that have made a positive contribution to Miami’s top ranked defense.
Miami’s Best Kept Secrets on Defense https://t.co/h9WIDELhnx— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) October 18, 2018
Dylan Sherry examines what’s in store for the Hurricanes moving forward in Resetting Our Expectation Post-Virginia.
SB Nation CFB writer Morgan Moriarty delves into head coach Mark Richt’s handling
Switching back to the senior right after taking a second loss to pretty much fall out of the Playoff race https://t.co/K6gQKbfnEM— College Football by SB Nation (@SBNationCFB) October 18, 2018
News From the Miami Media
Manny Navarro of the The Athletic ($) delivered his Mid-Season Report of the Hurricanes.
Barry Jackson is back with his weekly six pack. The Miami Herald stalwart dishes on CMR’s decision to go with Rosier, the lack of playing time for some prominent players and some recruiting info.
Christy Chirinos of the Sun Sentinel reveals the emotion behind TE Brevin Jordan’s game winning TD against FSU in an interview with the star and his mother.
UM’s Womens Soccer (5-7-3) is in action tonight against the NC State Wolfpack (9-4-3). The team is coming off a 1-1 draw with Boston College last Satruday.
Women’s Tennis enters the second day of play at the ITA Southeast Regionals in Atlanta, Georgia today.
It’ll be hands in the pool as UM’s Swim Team takes part in a meet this weekend hosted by Georgia Tech. The first event will take place this afternoon at 3 pm.
Miami’s Womens Volleyball team returns to the court to take on Clemson at the Knight Complex this evening at 7pm. The Lady Canes are 7-2 in ACC play so far this season. The team will host Georgia Tech on Sunday to close out the weekend.
Have a Great Day and Go Canes!