Rise and grind Canes brothers and sisters. It’s Saturday. With 2019 recruiting over, the transfer portal slowing down and the spring game at least another month away, the pipeline of stories from #TNM is slowing just a bit. But that won’t stop us from delivering you your daily dose of Hurricanes’ news and notes.
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In the aftermath of Valentine’s Day, we take a look at some of the most and least loved Miami football uniforms.
Stars matter for Miami football recruiting in 2020. The recent College Football Playoff National Champions have been built on five-star prospects and NFL dreams. https://t.co/stM4tX65Wi pic.twitter.com/gSZzlur1Sx— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) February 15, 2019
What do Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and Oklahoma all have in common? Besides being competitors for the natty every year, they also pull in 5-star recruits like nobodies business. Our Justin Dottavio contends that for The U to have a resurgence, the program will need to also start competing for the nation’s best players year in and year out.
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The Gino DiMare era for the 2019 season of Miami Hurricanes Baseball started out with a huge victory over Rutgers - how’s 19-3 for a margin of victory?
Great time with Manny Diaz and his staff tonight..Best I have felt about the U in a long time! pic.twitter.com/bTb3kek3eG— Jimmy Johnson (@JimmyJohnson) February 13, 2019
Miami’s current coaches and former greats have been busy. Jimmy Johnson met with CMD Thursday night and WR Coach Taylor Stubblefield met with Michael Irvin. Hopefully the greats imparted some useful wisdom.
Chris Lykes had a game against Clemson, including some of the prettiest dimes you’ll ever see.
The Miami Herald is reporting on the Canes’ 2020 class as it stands today, including a big comparison for 3-star athlete Ladarius Tennison. The Herald also broke down what the baseball team’s hitters have done to fix an offense that was downright putrid at points in 2018.
That’s all for today Canes fam, remember -