“Though UM had far more talent than Duke, the game was a nail-biter due to the Hurricanes having to play with so many backups. It was so close that the Blue Devils had a chance to win the game with three seconds left, and the ball on Miami’s seven-yard line.”
“Redshirt-freshman fullback Realus George has something to prove in 2019. One of only two fullbacks in the Class of 2018 to receive a Power 5 offer, George arrived in Coral Gables one year ago as the nation’s top-ranked fullback according to 247Sports and Rivals.com. As a true freshman, however, the Atlanta, Georgia native saw limited action, appearing in a pair of early-season blowouts over Savannah State and Florida International, earning him an eventual redshirt in 2018.”
“Coverage, from the OC’s perspective, is a slimmed down and simplified idea designed by offensive minds like Dub Maddox so their players can communicate with coaches and each other using common phrasing.
From a defensive perspective coverage is making sure a potential receiver doesn’t leak through any openings. We’re going to put the idea of coverage into two categories: full-field and split-field, and then examine “combination” coverages in the world of split-fields.”
“This is Part II of a review and ranking of the 5-star prospects that Miami has signed over the past 20 recruiting classes according to 247sports.com.
The Hurricanes signed six 5-star prospects in the recruiting classes of 2003 and 2004.”
“Although the Miami Hurricanes have had somewhat of a dim decade of football, they certainly haven’t been devoid of unforgettable players. The Canes have had hard-hitting linebackers and safeties, athletic freaks at receiver and running back, and a bunch of players who have left behind an indelible legacy at The U. As the 2010’s come to a close, let’s take a look back at the five most memorable Canes of the decade.”
“Without a doubt the most anticipated and talked about addition to the 2019 Miami Hurricanes, quarterback Tate Martell has been controlling the UM media since he announced he’d been transferring to the U from Ohio State all the way back in January.”
“After three straight games at home, they were back on the road, a lengthy trip up to Philadelphia to battle the winless Temple Owls. This was by no means a big-stage game or an instant classic that any Canes fan should recall. However, when it comes to trap games like this one, where a top 10 team travels to play an objectively bad opponent, it’s important to jump on them early. And that’s exactly what Miami did.”
“After a disappointing 7-6 season in 2018, the Miami Hurricanes will be looking to bounce back in a big way during Manny Diaz’s first season as head coach.
Spring practices and scrimmages gave us a glimpse of what Miami’s areas of strength will look like for the 2019 season.
Here is a breakdown of Miami’s top five positions of strength and who can be expected to make an impact on the field in each spot.”