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Miami Hurricanes News and Notes: Luther Campbell’s Thoughts, Nobody Puts Manny in a Corner and more

Uncle Luke has some strong feelings on Manny Diaz’s hiring

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As Miami’s football staff gets formed and the basketball teams head to ACC play, a lot of change is going on in Coral Gables. As always, we’ve got your daily roundup of all things Miami-related for you.

Around The Site

Yours truly breaks down whether Miami Men’s Basketball’s season is doomed without Dewan Hernandez.

A brief retrospective of CMD’s career leading up to this point.

Looking at Toledo’s Brian Wright, a potential candidate for offensive coordinator that might bring the Canes’ offense into this century.

More OC breakdowns, this time Houston’s former head coach, Major Applewhite.

Around The Web

Three Hurricanes will take their talents to Mobile, Alabama for the 2019 Senior Bowl. With Sheldrick Redwine, Jaquan Johnson and Gerald Willis in attendance I have just one question; where’s Michael Jackson?

Chris Lykes went OFF against NC State Thursday night.

Another candidate for the OC job? Clemson Co-OC Jeff Scott who’s recruited 5-star WRs like Deon Cain and Tee Higgins.

Over at the Miami Herald, they spoke to ESPN’s Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit for their analysis on the state of Miami football with a new head coach. The Herald also broke down Manny Diaz’s interview with WQAM and some friendly jostling in the questions he was asked.

The Sun Sentinel thinks that creating accountability and fixing the offense will be the biggest hurdles for Manny Diaz right now. Never afraid to let his voice be heard, Luther Campbell authored a piece for the Miami New Times about why Manny Diaz still has much to prove.

That’s all for today Canes’ Fam, remember...