We’re so close to football folks - you can practically smell it in the air. In a few hours, the Hurricanes will take the field to scrimmage. And sometime afterward? We expect a starting QB announcement will be made. But before we get that big news dropped on us, here’s a little something to hold you over.
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Film Room: Way too early preview of the Louisville Cardinals. The Cards have a new coach in former App State header Scott Satterfield. What will that look like at Louisville? https://t.co/fo7x1IXD6D pic.twitter.com/xfpdZ5lbJH— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) August 9, 2019
More film room for ya’ll, this week it’s a way-too-early look at the Louisville Cardinals. The Cardinals were, uh, not very good last year and it’s not clear how much better they will be this year. What should the Canes expect from a potential trap game?
No, it’s not just football folks - here’s a recap for how Miami’s men and women’s tennis teams finished strong in 2019.
More camp reports from our awesome frontlines reporter, Gaby Urrutia. Day 13 featured some new additions hitting the field for the first time and a pretty damn good slogan for #TNM from Coach Manny Diaz.
The 14th greatest play in Miami Hurricanes history? Sean Taylor’s bone-rattling hit stick on FSU’s P.K. Sam in 2002. That huge play helped preserve a Miami lead and a 28-27 victory.
Marshall Thomas sits down to speak with former Hurricane LB and Dyme Lyfe founder D.J. Williams. For those unfamiliar, Dyme Lyfe is a new clothing brand with some sweet Canes threads as well as plenty of other dope streetwear. Williams talks what’s new with Dyme Lyfe and what they’ll be doing at tailgates this coming season.
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Some of the sights and sounds going on in camp, courtesy of Al Blades Jr. and Michael Pinckney.
Manny Diaz breaks down each of the three quarterbacks ahead of Saturday’s second scrimmage of fall camp. pic.twitter.com/KUJSGlNhdr— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) August 9, 2019
And if you wanted to hear from CMD himself on what he thinks of his three QBs gunning for that starting job, here you go.
The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson is breaking down where the QB race stands as of now. And as you might expect, it seems like much of the same that we have been hearing - each guy has pros and cons and no one is really separating themselves. That should change after today’s scrimmage. The Herald also talked about some of the freshmen who hit the ground running and are making a big splash in camp, along with other notes from practice.
Over at the Sun Sentinel, they’re also looking at the QB battle, and trying to parse through CMD’s words to see if anything can be gleamed from them.
That’s all for now Canes fans, remember...