It’s game week for the Miami Hurricanes football squad, as they prepare to take on the FIU Panthers this coming Saturday at Marlins Park. UM’s hoops teams continue to win as well. Let’s catch you up on everything going on in Coral Gables.
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John Michaels discusses the sweet possibility of the Canes finishing the 2019 season 9-4, after being just 3-4 a month ago, and what that would mean for the program going forward.
Brevin Jordan was named as a Mackey Award semifinalist. Cam Underwood gives you all the details on Miami’s superb sophomore tight end.
Underwood also gave you the recruiting rundown, as Miami lost two recruits over the past several days, Amite (LA) DB Daran Branch and Miami (FL) Northwestern WR Marcus Fleming.
Gaby Urruita was at practice on Tuesday, and talked to Al Blades Jr. about the importance of defending Marlins Park on Saturday. Plus, the ongoing progression of wide receiver Dee Wiggins.
Moving to the lady Canes, John Reynolds recaps this week for Miami’s women basketball, as they’ve been able to start the season 3-0.
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My updated bowl projections for @Stadium. @CFBPlayoff: LSU-Utah, Ohio State-Clemson. Others: Oregon-Wisconsin, Georgia-OU, Bama-Miami, UF-Memphis, BYU-UCF, Pitt-Kentucky, Illinois-Va Tech, Washington-Baylor, KSU-Air Force, FSU-La Tech, Michigan-Auburn https://t.co/uXYwlUa4EU— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 19, 2019
Recruit, wide receiver Trussville (AL) Hewitt-Trussville 4-star Dazalin Worsham said Sunday via his Twitter that he’ll announcing his decision on Friday. It’s said that his decision will be between Miami and Alabama.
I will be committing this Friday. Thank you God for everything !— Dazalin Worsham (@dazalin4) November 17, 2019
Here’s head coach Manny Diaz and his press conference from Monday as his Canes prepare to take on FIU.
Manny Diaz Press Conference https://t.co/a81hNmS8IB— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) November 18, 2019
Some sad news, the Miami Dolphins announced that they had waived former Hurricane, running back Mark Walton.
We have waived running back Mark Walton. pic.twitter.com/vXhON24Z4I— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) November 19, 2019
That’s all for today Canes’ fans, remember...