Happy Saturday Canes fam! It’s time to start your weekend and we’ve got all your Miami news so you keep up to date and informed with everything going on at #TNM. So without further ado here is your Saturday edition of Hurricanes’ news and notes.
Around The Site
Yours truly takes a look at the recruiting winners and losers in the ACC this season.
Former Virginia Tech DE and grad transfer Trevon Hill is officially a Cane!
Is Miami becoming UCLA South? Regardless, adding two of the most talented defenders from the Bruins’ roster can do nothing but help the defensive front seven.
Around The Web
Hall of Famer @TwentyER is building a public park in his childhood neighborhood and would love your support.— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) February 8, 2019
Help support Ed's endeavor by joining the #20for20 campaign and donate $20 at https://t.co/yzFWNVSmtF pic.twitter.com/R75glEMj18
Ed Reed is a Hall of Famer both on the field and off it, as he looks to build a public park in his childhood neighborhood of Preston Hollow and Turtle Creek.
An in-depth article profiling Miami PG Chris Lykes and what fuels him to play beyond his 5’7” height.
You thought Manny Diaz was done making changes to the Miami football program? Think again. Diaz announced on Friday that UGA grad assistant Jesse Stone would be joining the team as a quality control coach. Specifically, Stone will be working alongside OC Dan Enos and the QBs. Great move by Diaz, placing further emphasis on the most important position on the field.
Sports Illustrated is detailing CMD and #TNM in their latest article. For a publication that once insisted Miami get rid of their football program, seeing the words “Miami won’t be the same,” this time around is a bit nauseating. But overall, SI doesn’t do a bad job giving an overview of Diaz’s work with the transfer portal.
Meanwhile, the Miami Herald continues to put out some great content. MORE Manny Diaz moves, this time Coach is shaking up the recruiting staff after the brutal struggle that was 2018. The Herald is also taking a very early look at the 2020 class, including Dan Enos’ role in potentially getting the QB of the future. Lastly, Barry Jackson breaks down why this Canes’ incoming class is different from any other.
That’s all for today Canes fans, remember -