Happy Saturday Canes’ fans! Miami ought to break into the win column for the first time in 2019 when they face off with the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats in the Canes’ home opener. Without further ado here, let’s get you to all your Miami info on this Saturday morning.
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Another week of Marsh’s Mailbag - this week he recaps these first two disappointing weeks, the mood of the fan base and reclaims respect for the 2001 squad.
John Michaels is feeling meta and asks; just who are these Miami Hurricanes? Manny Diaz has tried to brand them “The New Miami” but with 0 wins in the W column after two weeks, some soul-searching may be needed.
Marshall Thomas breaks into a very sore subject for the Miami offense; it’s redzone woes. Why has Miami struggled inside the 20 so far this year and what can they do to fix it?
Miami Hurricane recruit schedule—Week 4: Two public/private school showdowns in South Florida tonight highlight the Miami Hurricane recruit schedule #TNM #Canes #Miami https://t.co/DkjUFEruzO pic.twitter.com/Pec4z9SEzu— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) September 13, 2019
The complete recruit schedule for when Miami’s commits and targets for the class of 2020, 2021 and beyond will play this weekend.
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And what will Miami look like when they suit up in a few hours? The classic home orange tops and white bottoms.
"I'd come to watch Cam Harris and DeeJay Dallas run the ball. I'd come watch Jarren Williams play and I know for a FACT that I'd come watch Shaquille Quarterman, Mike Pinckney and Zach McCloud play their last run of games." pic.twitter.com/TFDRwmEjHr— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) September 13, 2019
This week will start a 5 game home stand for Miami, including 3 against ACC opponents. Safe to say, we’re hype.
Over at the Miami Herald, they’ve got plenty to keep you abreast with everything Miami. They’re looking at Deejay Dallas’ role as a cheerleader this week when backfield mates Cam’ron Harris and Lorenzo Lingard get extended looks. The Herald also has articles on Gregory Rousseau’s value as a third-down pass rusher and if fans will come out to watch their 0-2 Canes beat up on FCS Bethune-Cookman.
That’s all for now Canes Nation, remember...