Good morning and Happy Saturday Canes Fam! Before you break off into your weekend plans, we’ve got all the info you need to keep up to date with what’s going on in Coral Gables.
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March 29, 2019
In this week’s Marsh’s mailbag, Marsh takes a look at the positional battle of spring, QB, Miami’s other talents on offense and much more.
Miami always was Transfer U - Ahead of Manny Diaz’s heralded group of transfers, we look at other Canes who made a recent impact despite starting their careers at other schools #TheU #GoCanes https://t.co/Ucc1YGVqKA— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) March 29, 2019
After an offseason of owning the transfer portal, it’s fair to think that this is a new development for Miami. But the truth is, as Evan Hadrick lays out, Miami has had extremely successful transfers in a plethora of sports; not just football.
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A huge night from Freddy Zamora and Adrian Del Castillo helped Miami score over 10 runs for the seconds straight game https://t.co/WyRt3lu24L— Canes Baseball (@CanesBaseball) March 30, 2019
Miami Baseball took their second straight win, with Freddy Zamora driving in 5 RBIs to help defeat Pittsburgh, 13-10.
All-America honors secured on the 3-meter.— Miami Swim & Dive (@CanesSwimDive) March 29, 2019
Another chance for greatness tonight. #NCAASwimDive pic.twitter.com/wqosDqsj6B
Briadam Herrera finishes as the national runner-up in the 3-meter springboard with a score of 432.75 - heck of a way to wrap up an amazing career, @bxh152!— Miami Swim & Dive (@CanesSwimDive) March 30, 2019
Forever a Hurricane. pic.twitter.com/juR6cGAalP
Football and basketball season might be over but our Miami swim and dive team are representing big time this spring!
Tomorrow, @johnson80 is being inducted into the @TXSportsHOF.— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) March 29, 2019
Congrats, ! pic.twitter.com/HiptISzmo0
Yours truly penned an article about the way ProCanes haven’t been as dominate recently as they were in the late 2000’s and early 2010’s. For example, Andre Johnson’s career with the Houston Texans was good enough to earn him a spot in the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Congrats Dre!
What originated out of necessity became a cornerstone of Miami's standout defense in 2018.— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) March 29, 2019
More on the striker position and how it fits in one of the nation’s best defenses: https://t.co/kTVe7y7ZxD
The official Miami sports blog discusses the evolution of the Striker position on defense and how it became a critical part to the team’s shutdown D.
Over at the Sun Sentinel, they’re taking an in-depth look at QB Jarren Williams after his first year. 2018 was filled with plenty of downs and not many ups for the Canes’ young QB but this season, the second year signal caller has a legit chance to be Miami’s starter.
It’s no secret that Miami needs to drastically change the way it recruits offensive lineman with a new head coach at the helm. The Miami Herald breaks down the Canes’ newest offensive line recruit, OT Antonio Smith, and why the unheralded and unranked lineman may soon shoot up recruiting rankings.
That’s all for this week Canes’ fans, remember...