Happy Thursday Hurricanes fans. I know this isn’t the start we’ve all been looking forward to here in the 2019 season with the team being 0-2, but there’s still a lot of football be played, starting this Saturday against Bethune-Cookman. Here’s to catch you up on what’s happening with the Canes.
Gabriel Urrutia was at practice on Wednesday, and DeeJay Dallas and Louis Hedley were able to talk to the media.
Deejay Dallas on the Hard Rock Stadium run this spring after losing to Duke pic.twitter.com/7Apk15CO7Y— Gaboowins (@GabyUrrutia22) September 11, 2019
Lou Hedley after practice today. That Aussie accent is Top 2 and it’s not 2 pic.twitter.com/xV4MoSkh1S— Gaboowins (@GabyUrrutia22) September 11, 2019
In his practice write-up, Gaby mentioned the absence from quarterback N’Kosi Perry at practice. He adds quickly that Tate Martell was still taking reps at receiver even with no Kosi.
Carl Bleich broke down the other teams in the state of Florida and how they’re faring after week two of college football. No surprise, the Florida Gators are the state’s top team in his rankings.
Florida FBS Power Rankings—Week 3: How do the standings look as state teams have a combined record of just 5-9 after two weeks of play? #Canes #Gators #Noles #UCF #FAU #USF #FIU https://t.co/WmjtMkCgCn pic.twitter.com/h8ptpta6Q0— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) September 11, 2019
Mike Meridith waved his magic wand once again for Wallpaper Wednesday, and featured star Miami receiver K.J. Osborn.
That’s about it for what’s happening down in Coral Gables. Miami is back at it again on Saturday for their home opener as the Canes welcome in Bethune-Cookman, with UM looking to get it’s first win in the Manny Diaz era.