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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Observations from Day 1 of Camp, Starting QB Announcement 2.5 Weeks Away and more

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Buckle up folks, it’s time for some football

Miami coach Manny Diaz: Hurricanes must develop backbone this offseason Al Diaz/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images

Canes Fam - it’s Saturday, camp is here, and football is in the air. I hope you’re as pumped as I am.

Here’s everything from around SOTU, Twitter and the entire world wide web to keep you up to date with everything #TNM.

Around The Site

Gaby Urrutia, our man on the front lines, has absolutely everything you need to know about the first day of Canes camp!

Miami might not meet the Pitt Panthers until October 26th, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give you an early preview of what to expect. 2019 Pitt should look a lot like 2018 - but that probably means they won’t be able to take the Coastal again this year.

Miami’s most experienced QB will get a shot to start in 2019 - but nothing is guaranteed after N’Kosi Perry’s rollercoaster 2018. Here’s what the big man himself, Mr. Cam Underwood, has to say about Perry’s chances for a fresh start.

We’re up to the 28th best play in Miami history - and it might be familiar. Barely 10 months ago, N’Kosi Perry threw a perfect touchdown pass to Brevin Jordan, completing a 28-27 comeback victory over FSU.

Around The Web

Don’t expect to hear who the starting quarterback will be anytime soon - it seems like this will be a prolonged battle for the top spot. Hopefully, we’ll have an idea two weeks before the date with the Gators.

First day of camp? Position battles all over the roster? The beginning of camp is all about competition.

Joe Zagacki and Don Bailey Jr.’s thoughts on the first day of Canes camp.

I hope you didn’t think Louis Hedley was all bark and no bite. Dude can punt.

Here’s some of the highlights from the Miami Herald on the first day of camp. The Sun Sentinel goes back to Coach Manny Diaz’s “The New Miami” mantra and how he’s incorporated it into the start of 2019 summer camp. And the Orlando Sentinel lists Miami as the 31st(!) best team in the nation in their preseason rankings. See what they perceive to be the Canes’ strengths and weaknesses this year.

That’s all for today Canes fans, keep it locked here for all your Miami updates -

GO CANES!