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Miami Hurricanes News and Notes: More Fallout from Bowl Game Disaster, Diaz’ Final Words and More

Richt on the hot seat, Diaz on the way to Philly and the football program mired in disappointment

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It’s hard to find things to get excited about, especially after the effort, or lack thereof, during Miami’s 35-3 bowl game defeat. Miami could only hope to Escape from NY with some dignity left. After five turnovers, it’s safe to say none remains. Still Canes fans, you need your fix of news and notes for the day and we’re going to give it to you.

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Go deep into some film review with the final one of the season. If you dare.

Kevin Fielder thinks the Canes need to go hard after Buffalo grad transfer QB Tyree Jackson. Jackson had some interest in NFL circles if he decided to enter the draft early, so Miami, without a QB in the Class of 2019, needs to be circling the wagons on the young man.

How can you fix Richt’s offense? By Un-Richt-ing it.

Doom and gloom without a light at the end of the tunnel seems to be suffocating the Miami football program. Not happy days, folks.

Miami finishes number one in something. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Even after a horrific loss, the photos captured of the game are brilliant. Enjoy some action shots with this bowl game photo gallery.

Some Miami hoops content - how the Canes can overcome their lack of depth and still have a successful season.

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Manny Diaz’ final tweet as a member of the Miami football program. Arguably the best coach in Coral Gables is leaving for Temple while the Canes’ head coach remains embroiled in the fanbase’s collective frustration. We of course wish Coach Diaz all the best at Temple.

Miami’s women basketball team continues to kill it. The top 25 ranked Lady Canes moved to 10-2 on the season after drubbing FAU 103-54.

All-Star Blake Griffin showered Pro Cane rookie Bruce Brown in some strong praise. Keep it up young man.

That’s it for this Saturday Canes fans. No matter what, keep the hope alive and remember -