A happy weekend to all of you out there but, most importantly, stay safe with the potential landfall of Hurricane Dorian. Miami will take their bye week to prepare for their ACC opener in Chapel Hill next weekend, the Canes’ first game to be broadcast on the ACC Network. And while the Hurricanes make some much-needed adjustments to square off with the Mack Brown/Sam Howell era at UNC, we’ve got all the info you need to stay informed with the happenings in Coral Gables.
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Miami Hurricane high school recruit game schedule: Week two—Miami Northwestern tops Carol City; Slew of other games featuring commits and recruits tonight https://t.co/1dFVg0nDt3 pic.twitter.com/6NMUTtoC5W— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) August 30, 2019
Here’s your week two schedule for the high school games that Miami recruits and targets are playing in.
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easy/only answer I see: cancel UNC-Mercer and Miami-FIU on Nov 23 and make this game up then, if that's what it comes to.— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) August 31, 2019
But, storm still long off the coast. Many moving variables. We'll see what happens
In a worst case scenario, Hurricane Dorian could affect Miami-UNC next week. So how could the two teams make this game up if it can’t be playing on September 7th? Here’s one idea.
Take a look at who the experts are predicting to play in the 2019 #CapitalOneOrangeBowl as we head into Week One of the #collegefootball season! pic.twitter.com/vwkmbiJ6pZ— Orange Bowl (@OrangeBowl) August 29, 2019
The Orange Bowl is still a long ways off - but a potential matchup like one of these could go a long way in Miami reasserting it’s place in the CFB landscape.
.@fbpur roster for the #FIBAWC is set! ✅ #PuertoRicoGotGame pic.twitter.com/sxgKoDiocH— Basketball World Cup (@FIBAWC) August 28, 2019
Angel Rodriguez will represent Puerto Rico in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup - congrats Angel!
The Miami Herald has plenty to keep you well-read on all things Miami. David Wilson gets into Miami’s recruitment of an underrated DB from Miramar, Brian Balom. Balom is big, with solid nd could be a nice addition to the 2020 class after he attended the Canes-Gators matchup. Barry Jackson is here to keep our spirits high, bringing four reasons to be optimistic despite the Week 0 loss to Florida.
And over at the Sun Sentinel, David Furones wonders how much of Miami’s WR depth we’ll see after a very limited showing last week.
That’s all Canes’ fans, stay safe and remember -