UM’s David Thompson Named Dick Howser Trophy Semifinalist

The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) announced Friday that University of Miami junior David Thompson is one of 35 players recognized as a semifinalist for the 2015 Dick Howser Trophy. According to, “The Dick Howser Trophy is


Former Miami Hurricanes Star Ed Reed Retiring from the NFL

Former University of Miami star safety Ed Reed is officially retiring from the NFL on Thursday as a member of the Baltimore Ravens

LB Denzel Perryman is headed to San Diego from Miami

Canes Perryman Bolts To The Chargers

San Diego Chargers took advantage  plenty of quality players on the board by selecting Miami LB Denzel Perryman with the 48th overall pick. Denzel Perryman is probably not a starter on the 2015 San Diego Chargers, unless the team

Eric Flowers will be with the New York Giants in 2015

Eric Flowers Of The Canes Heads To Broadway

The New York Giants picked Eric Flowers out of the University of Miami. He is yet another  in a long line of Hurricane lineman headed to the NFL. As a junior in 2014, he proved to be both an


FSU Baseball Falls in Final Game to Hurricanes

  FSU Baseball closed out part three of its wild weekend trilogy in Coral Gables park with record high temperatures, hot bats for Miami, and zero runs for the garnet and gold. The  #13 Miami Hurricanes ( 31-13, 16-8 ACC)

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Seminoles Shred Hurricanes, Take Series

Last night’s 17 inning affair between the Florida State Seminoles and the Miami Hurricanes (which new FSU Insider Blake Brannon brilliantly recapped here) was certainly one to remember.  It had everything including timely hits, wild pitches, bad errors, big

Photo Credit: Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herold

FSU Baseball Sprints Past Miami in Marathon Game

FSU Baseball decided to take its talents to a place near South Beach and open up a weekend series with the University of Miami. In what felt like possibly the longest baseball bout known to man, the exhausted #12


Both Miami Basketball Programs Lose Assistant Coaches

MIAMI NEWS: Former Assistant Coaches Named Head Coaches Elsewhere This week at the University of Miami, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams assistant coaches left for head coaching positions elsewhere. On Friday, former men’s assistant coach Michael Huger

Sean Taylor

Last Defendant in ’07 Murder of Sean Taylor Pleads Guilty

More than seven years after University of Miami and Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor was shot and killed in a botched robbery, his family has closure. According to the Miami Herald, Timmy Lee Brown, the final defendant in the


Canes Remain Positive After Tough NIT Championship Loss

UM News: Hurricanes Fall Short in NIT Championship Finals The University of Miami men’s basketball team suffered a tough loss on Thursday night in the NIT Championship finals. As the Hurricanes were chasing their first NIT title in school