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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: A possible new striker out of South Dade, Canes agree to play in-state rival, Don’t sleep on the Miami d-line

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He’s South Dade’s ‘Draymond Green.’ Could he be the Miami Hurricanes’ future striker? - Miami Herald

“Although the composite rankings call him a four-star safety, it’s not quite so simple for Keshawn Washington. There were definitely times throughout his junior season when he played safety, but there were also times when he moved inside to play linebacker or moved over toward the sidelines to play cornerback”

Miami Hurricanes announce future series with the USF Bulls - State of the U

“After a report from Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald on the topic, the University of Miami announced a future football series against the University of South Florida Bulls.

The series, which will feature 2 games in Miami and 1 game in Tampa, will be a boon to USF’s non conference schedule, and start to complete Miami’s non-con schedule as well.”

Wake Forest 9, No.18 Miami 7: Opportunity Passes By - State of the U

“Miami could’ve tied Georgia Tech for the ACC Coastal Division lead with a win on Monday night... But a series of mistakes and mental errors cost the Hurricanes a sweep over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. A disastrous five run bottom of the eighth that cost the Hurricanes the game was a microcosm for the entire evening.”

Miami’s Defensive Line Is Being ‘Slept on’ Despite Being Reloaded for 2019 - State of the U

“Not only has Manny Diaz and his staff ‘reloaded’ the defensive line — they’ve successfully helped it become one of the deepest groups in the ACC.

Just a handful of the standout names on Miami’s roster are Nesta Jade Silvera, Scott Patchan, Pat Bethel, Jonathan Garvin, Jonathan Ford, and transfer Trevon Hill.”

Our 13 Favorite DeeJay Dallas Moments: “The Ambassador” - State of the U

“Wildcat run against Wisconsin

In the 2017 Orange Bowl, Dallas’ use of the Wildcat Formation ignited the Hurricanes offense in the first half against Wisconsin. First, Dallas contributed in Miami’s first scoring drive in the pass game. Then, with the Canes up 7-3 later in the first quarter, Dallas took it 39-yards to the house.”