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Miami Hurricanes News and Notes: The Aftermath of UM’s Dismantling of North Carolina

It’s great to be a Miami Hurricane.

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Good Morning Hurricanes fans. For most of you today marks the end of the work week. For others, it’s just another day to be grateful you’re a Canes fan. Whatever your situation, we’ve got you covered with the news from the University of Miami.

Miami served up some home cooking last night against the University of North Carolina. In the team’s ACC opening game, the Hurricanes went on to win by a score of 47-10.

Here are some of the post-game interviews following the Thursday night showcase.

Injuries From UNC

LB Shaq Quarterman, who went down late in the second quarter with an ankle injury was labelled as OK.

Fellow linebacker Mike Smith reportedly also left the game with an injury. There was no information given on his status moving forward. Miami is fairly thin at LB with De’Andre Wilder ruled out for the season with a neck injury.

The Latest From Around State

Cam Underwood once again puts the game in context in the latest edition of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from the game against UNC.

Gabriel Urrutia summarizes the game that was for UM, with details of the game as it unfolded in Game recap.

Stars, Stars, Stars are everywhere. However, we gave you three and a whole lot of honorable mentions from Hurricanes that balled under the bright lights in our Three Stars from the UNC game.

Straight From the Source

Miami Herald reporter Susan Miller Degnan recapped an impressive night for Miami’s defense.

Sun Sentinel’s Christy Chirinos breaks down the Hurricanes 47-10 dismantling of UNC.

The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson ponders whether DE Joe Jackson could possibly stay for his senior season as well as reviewing last night’s game.

Non- Revenue Roundup

Miami Women’s Golf will be taking part in the Schooner Fall Classic starting today.

Men’s tennis will take part in the Bedford Cup.

The Hurricanes Swim team will take on the Florida Gators at 3PM today in their season opener at the Norman Whitten Pool.

Miami’s Women’s Volleyball (6-3) travels to Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers at 7PM tonight.

Miami’s Women’s Soccer squad looks to end their three-game losing skid to Syracuse on Saturday.

Go Canes and have a great day!