Happy Labor Day everyone! The Miami Hurricanes are now five days away from their battle with the North Carolina Tar Heels, as UM and head coach Manny Diaz try and notch their first win of the 2019 season. Here’s what’s happening, Canes fans.
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First things first, Miami opened as 5.5 point favorites for Saturdays game against UNC, but was the line was pushed to the Canes -6 later in the day.
I (Marsh) was luck enough to ask former Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya some questions in an interview.
Matt Washington gave you a plethora of NFL Canes and storylines surrounding them as pro football kicks off this week.
Covering the players who did and didn’t make a roster after cutdown day. Plus, rookie expectations, MVPs and breakout performers for the #Canes ahead of the NFL’s opening week.— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) September 1, 2019
ProCanes NFL Primer: Intriguing Storylines Ahead of the NFL’s 100th Season https://t.co/4zOVUxA48Z pic.twitter.com/iqvkPbYM2X
Justin Dotavvio talked about the Hurricanes upcoming opponents, and how they fared in their first weekend of action.
Dylan Sherry discussed how Miami’s special teams fared against the Florida Gators, primarily Bubba Baxa and Louis Hedley.
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Bryan Garcia got the call up from the minor league to the Detroit Tigers, way to go Bryan!
He never doubted himself. His perseverance has paid off.— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) September 1, 2019
Welcome to Detroit, Bryan Garcia! pic.twitter.com/buEuHBS6sf
Canadian 4-star TE Theo Johnson taking an official visit to Miami for Virginia Tech Hokies weekend in early October.
Things may change, but as of right now these are my visit plans. pic.twitter.com/a4LGpjMrOb— Theo Johnson (@theo_Johnson_) September 1, 2019
More news on Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane Watches Expanded Northward Along the East Coast to the Florida/Georgia Border. Here are the 11 PM EDT 09/01 Key Messages for #Dorian. For more info see https://t.co/tW4KeFW0gB pic.twitter.com/CYtMosB5et— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 2, 2019
Jets also claimed former Patriots' WR Braxton Berrios on waivers, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 1, 2019
Travis Homer, the rookie running back made the Seahawks.
#Seahawks running backs: Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny, C.J. Prosise, Travis Homer.— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) September 1, 2019
Wide receivers: Tyler Lockett, David Moore, DK Metcalf, Gary Jennings, John Ursua, Malik Turner.
Jennings hangs on, only because he's fourth-round pick from just a few month ago.
Can confirm Dolphins signing Gerald Willis to their practice squad after Baltimore cut him.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) September 1, 2019
That’s all Canes’ fans, stay safe and remember -