Happy Saturday Canes familia, hopefully all of ya’ll have some plans for R&R. We’ve got some good news and bad news for you all today so without further ado...
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Central Michigan 6, Miami 5: Another Blown Lead#Canes fall into the losers bracket and face elimination Saturday after watching a 4-0 lead slip away Friday night. https://t.co/APQ6RlJias— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) June 1, 2019
Another great start, another blown finish for the Miami baseball team. The Canes sprinted out to a four run lead before falling 6-5 to a team that is better known for hockey than baseball. Miami has one last chance, a game against Southern, to keep their tourney hopes alive.
Expectations 2019: Miami fans should anticipate a Coastal Division title in year one under Diaz. #Canes https://t.co/Q7yh4NflaB pic.twitter.com/Slc9VtguAe— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) May 31, 2019
Before the season gets going, all we can do is predict how Miami will look and where their expectations should be set. Todd Forrest breaks down each game on the schedule and why he thinks a Coastal title isn’t too lofty in 2019.
100 Greatest Plays In Miami History: #84-Hit against Georgia Tech 2009 - Jordan Futch’s crackback block in a primetime top-25 matchup brought back memories of the storied teams from the 80s #TheU #100GreatestPlays #GoCanes https://t.co/y9bgkES94U— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) May 31, 2019
We’re marching on during our 100 greatest plays in Miami history in 100 days. At no. 84 we have Jordan Futch unleashing the hit stick on Georgia Tech’s special teams in a 33-17 Miami victory.
Top 10 Moments: Miami vs Florida Rivalry https://t.co/fuTD3Arg70 pic.twitter.com/9t7P7al7t7— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) May 31, 2019
The Hurricane-Gator rivalry will renew itself this August - Marshall Thomas breaks down the biggest and best moments in this storied rivalry.
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Miami Made™ https://t.co/YZ0BiQqciC— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) June 1, 2019
In case you need a reminder of current ProCanes representing at the highest level.
Giving back to the community that gives so much to us. pic.twitter.com/tf8THMtYzx— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) May 31, 2019
Great to see #TNM give back to the community (and maybe make some future Canes’ fans)!
The Miami Herald is reporting that Corn Elder’s cousin, DB Keshawn Lawrence, will make an official in June. Lawrence is a 4-star safety and, according to him, has heard nothing but good things from his cousin (who’s now in the NFL). Go get ‘em Manny.
And that’s all for today Miami fans - remember...