Today's College – Miami News
Miami Hurricanes Radio Voice Joe Zagacki previews the Miami Hurricane Football Season with Tuck and O'Neill.
It was an eventful weekend for the Canes as the Labor Day opener at Louisville approaches. It all started Friday when Louisville’s top wide receiver DeVante Parker was sent to see an orthopedic specialist for his foot after an
His plans were to be next in line as the star Tight End at “Tight End U”. One year later according to a source, tight end Beau Sandland is on his way out. Unable to crack the starting line
Brad Kaaya arrived on Miami's campus in May. Barely three months later, the true freshman is already the Hurricanes' starting quarterback.
On this edition of ‘The Insiders,’ Eric Lopez, Jeff Sharon, and Mary Stevens dive head-first into all things college pigskin with their 2014 Season Preview show. They are also joined by UCF Volleyball Head Coach Todd Dagenais to preview
Jerry O’Neill and Mike Tuck talk to Legendary former Miami Hurricanes, Louisville Cardinals, and FAU Owls Head Coach Howard Schnellenberger. Why you should listen: Jerry O’Neill and Mike Tuck talked to Howard Schnellenberger about his new book ” Passing
The Miami Hurricanes held their second scrimmage of fall camp Monday and quarterback Jake Heaps missed it. According to the Sun Sentinel, Heaps said that he was held out of practice for precautionary measures. He went on to say
The competition was fierce on the Greentree Practice Fields Wednesday as the Miami Hurricanes held their first scrimmage of Canes Camp. The Canes battled under the South Florida sunshine, opening practice with goal line situations before transitioning into a
We hate being negative, but with college football, you never know what can happen. This is why we are asking which team you think will have a not-so-good season this year. Will it be the reigning national champs or
Remember when you moved out of that first apartment and you were mad that you didn’t get your security deposit back. Well the University of Marylandi is about to leave $31.4 million owed to them by the ACC on