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NCAA Football: Miami at Pittsburgh Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Florida, Miami, Florida State and the state of Florida football - ESPN

“If new coach Manny Diaz can get improvement at quarterback, the Hurricanes will be in vastly different shape. But there is something else Diaz noticed about the way Florida played in Year 1 under Mullen, and it is exactly what he wants to see out of the Hurricanes this year.”

Predicting Every NFL Team’s Surprise Rookie Gem - Bleacher Report

“Miami safety Sheldrick Redwine was the team’s first pick on the draft’s final day, a 6’0”, 196-pounder that Lance Zierlein of NFL.com called an ‘aggressive, versatile safety who lacks consistency in coverage, but who possesses the ball skills and run support ability to challenge for a starter’s role in time.’”

Recruiting Q&A: Meet Miami Hurricanes commit Willie Moise - Sun Sentinel

“..for Willie Moise — a four-star defensive tackle out of Chaminade-Madonna — deciding to commit to Miami was relatively easy. The toughest part now, he says, is having to wait to put on a Hurricanes uniform.”

100 Greatest Plays In Miami Hurricanes History: #87 James Lewis’ pick six in the 2001 Rose Bowl - State of the U

“...on 3rd and 7 with thirteen minutes left in the first half Eric Crouch dropped back to pass and threw a dart that went right through the hands of his receiver directly into James Lewis’ and he took it back 42 yards for a touchdown.”

Analyzing Miami’s Placement in the NCAA Tournament - State of the U

“The decision to have Miami not be a host was strange, but understandable, but their seeding on Monday was absolutely stunning, to get a better view of the committee’s possible motives, let’s separate the two thought processes.”

Miami Still Awaits the Arrival of Multiple Talented Transfers - State of the U

“Defensive tackle Chigozie Nnoruka, defensive end Trevon Hill, and safety Bubba Bolden will not enroll until the summer. Both Hill and Nnoruka are already potential starters on Miami’s defensive line based on their potential shown at their previous schools. Getting the extra practice in spring would’ve been nice — but now they have the summer to train and condition before fall camp.”

Dade County Has Always Been Able To Breed Linebackers - State of the U

“Starting in the early days of Hurricanes football, the “Mad Stork” Ted Hendricks is listed as both a linebacker and defensive-end, so he finds himself in on this article. The Hialeah native is still to this day, one of the greatest Canes of all-time. In three years at UM, Hendricks was a two-time All-American, finished fifth in the Heisman race in 1968, and averaged 109 tackles per season.”

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