Buenos días Canes fam! Here’s to the start of your weekend on this Saturday morning, one of the last remaining Saturdays without Canes’ football in 2019. We’ve got plenty to get into for ya’ll so let’s ride.
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Some more early film room from Justin Dottavio, this time previewing Miami’s November date with Florida State. The clock might be running out for Willie Taggart in Tallahassee - will new OC Kendal Briles be enough to turn the Noles around?
KappaCane sat down to speak with Miami’s brand-new graphic designer, Kevin Abdiel Ortiz. Ortiz moves on from working at Iowa State and Auburn and now will take his ridiculously great graphic talents to Coral Gables.
We’re down to the top 20 plays in Miami Hurricanes’ history. Just missing that cut at 21 was Kellen Winslow Jr.’s absurd back-shoulder, leaping reception on 4th down to help rescue Miami vs West Virginia in 2003.
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Ray Lewis in 2018. Ed Reed in 2019. Two Miami legends making it into Canton, back-to-back. #GOATs
After some cramping concerns for punter Louis Hedley these past couple days, he seems to be back to 100%.
Gerald Willis began relaxing after a long day of training camp this week when his phone buzzed with a text from coach John Harbaugh. The message? "Keep doing what you're doing."— Aaron Kasinitz (@AaronKazreports) August 2, 2019
The undrafted rookie out of Miami is making an impression on the #Ravens: https://t.co/ikyP8ZYorH
Gerald Willis is making serious noise at Ravens’ camp after going undrafted. Go get that roster spot young man!
N’Kosi Perry got a visit from a Miami legend yesterday - we can only imagine what words of wisdom Edge imparted on the young signal caller.
The Miami Herald has some great stories about all things Miami football. Deejay Dallas is a dad now, a proud parent of his son born on June 30th. Susan Miller Degnan gets into Dallas’ outlook for 2019 and how fatherhood has changed him. Meanwhile, David Wilson gets into the story of Ed Reed’s unbelievable recruiting journey. And how one of the greatest safeties to ever play football was merely a 2-star recruit.
That’s all for today Canes’ fans, remember -