We’re deep into the throes of fall camp (at least I am, my feet are killing me) and are ready to HIT SOME BODEEE (as any cheesy fan will yell on sidelines for the foreseeable future) besides our brothers across from us. Miami has named a starting QB, lost a solid depth play in the defensive backfield and of course heard the whispers about Tate Martell.
Our Candis McLean covers Why the Florida Gators will beat the Miami Hurricanes, according to Gators fans for SOTU.
Marsh’s Mailbag covers a variety of topics from Derrick Smith to Jarren Williams.
Marsh also continued on with the 100 Greatest Plays series and a game winning field goal against the Seminoles in 1983.
Greg Cote of the Herald writes, “Here’s why Miami Hurricanes took the bold gamble on Jarren Williams as starting QB”
Susan Miller Degnan covers the Smith transfer with “Miami Hurricanes safety enters transfer portal less than two weeks before opener”
Barry Jackson also covered the Hurricanes with a piece about Lorenzo Lingard and Mark Pope.
Jackson also wrote about the relationship between Williams, Dan Enos, and a short leash.
The Sun Sentinel’s David Furones covers the Nesta Silvera injury and the ‘Canes and Gators discussions on a home-and-home series in the future.
The Palm Beach Post’s Tom D’Angelo covers all of Florida football here
Left it all out on Greentree today. pic.twitter.com/fAORasU9jK— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) August 14, 2019
Listen up and tune in!— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) August 14, 2019
Tonight, from 7-9 pm ET, turn that dial to @ESPNU Radio - @SIRIUSXM 84 as @GinoTorretta and @romberg66 chat with several players and Coach Diaz about the upcoming season. pic.twitter.com/t0llFmkrFI