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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: OC Spot Gets Filled, Dewan Hernandez Back(?), and more

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A busy week continues as Miami fills the all-important spot of offensive coordinator

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The Miami Hurricanes always get their guy. And in this case, it’s Alabama’s QB coach Dan Enos. This ends the long search for an offensive coordinator, which many rightly expected took so long because the next one would be from the championship-caliber staff of Bama or Clemson.

With Enos on board there’s no shortage of Miami news to be shared so without further ado, here is your Saturday edition of Miami news and notes Canes Fam.

Around The Site

It’s official. Check out Cam’s breaking news post for the details and some reaction from fellow Canes’ diehards.

With Dan Enos confirmed as the next Offensive Coordinator of the Miami Hurricanes football program, Justin breaks down what sort of offense we can expect him to run.

Reviewing the impressive season Miami’s deep group of runningbacks had this past season and what we can look forward to in 2019.

Brevin Jordan had a breakout freshman season, no surprise here, so we take a look back at the highlights of his first year campaign.

The divisional round of the NFL playoffs start today, so we preview what you can look forward to seeing from some of your ProCanes.

With baseball season around the corner, Miami’s talented but raw outfield gets it’s turn to be looked at under the microscope.

Around The Web

The Miami Herald’s podcast, “Eye on the U” looks at what makes Enos’ hire a home run pick.

The Palm Beach Post takes a look at one way CMD is bolstering the 2019 roster despite a weak recruiting class; transfers.

Manny Diaz blames Kevin Durant for changing college football’s recruiting process. I think CMD needs to stay in his lane on this one.

The rumor mill is full-go with some interesting Jeff Thomas updates. While nothing is confirmed, it seems the the Miami transfer is back in Coral Gables and has taken all mentions of transfer-destination Illinois off his social media. Could the tide be turning?

Lastly here, Miami’s underachieving, incredibly thin basketball team hopes to get a giant boost following today’s game against Wake Forest. Dewan Hernandez’s final appeal will be heard after that point and, hopefully, Miami’s big player and big man will be able to return to the court. Maybe then the Canes can start doing some winning.