That time has arrived folks. It’s time for the Miami Hurricanes’ final spring game of the 2019 season, one last glorified dress rehearsal for all the fans, and more importantly recruits, to see. Before the Canes take the field though, we’ve got all your news and notes for the start off the weekend.
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More mailbag! This time Justin is talking spring ball standouts, the situation at linebacker and much, much more.
N’Kosi Perry had some ups and a lot of downs in a rocky 2018 season. But thus far this spring, he’s look reinvigorated with a new offense and head coach.
The only way to lose a spring football game is if guys get injured, but there are things to look for. Come find out the top 3 things you should be looking for in a spring game. https://t.co/jzMLNOe9jL pic.twitter.com/SO2fOP6QDY— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) April 19, 2019
Some things to look for when the Canes host their final spring game in Orlando today.
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Game 2 between No. 23 Miami and No. 8 Louisville is scheduled to resume tomorrow at noon. pic.twitter.com/QqpLceFwh9— Canes Baseball (@CanesBaseball) April 20, 2019
With Miami baseball potentially on their way to a huge win in the second game of their series with no. 8 Louisville, bad weather reared it’s ugly head. The game will continue today at noon with Miami up 10-3 in the bottom of the sixth.
Miami women’s tennis took home a huge victory over no. 9 NC State and will advance to the ACC Semi-finals! Congrats to the no. 21 ranked Canes!
It’s Lil Nas X’s world and we’re all just living in it.
Sheldrick Redwine made consistent improvements throughout his time in Miami and became extremely good in coverage. pic.twitter.com/IOWkWKYthM— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 18, 2019
While Jaquan Johnson got the accolades, Sheldrick Redwine remained under the radar during his Miami career. But his athleticism, versatility and potential may make him the higher NFL Draft pick of the two at next week’s draft.
In the world of sports writers, the Miami Herald takes a look at why Miami’s trip to Gator country for their last spring game could provide some serious returns. Over at the Palm Peach Post, they’re previewing this game and, of course, focusing on the all-intriguing QB battle. And lastly, Sports Illustrated recounts the Hurricanes’ legendary NFL draft 15 years ago, when six Canes were selected in the first round.
That’s all for today Canes familia, enjoy the game and remember -