10:15 AM EDT, Sat September 05, 2015

Hyde5: Five reasons Hurricanes go 7-5 this season

Five thoughts on the Hurricanes' season as they open up against Bethune-Cookman Saturday:
Orlando Sentinel 1 hour ago

Weather: Afternoon thunderstorms to rule holiday weekend

Afternoon thunderstorms will roll through Central Florida this holiday weekend, with some flooding possible around the theme parks and south of Interstate 4, according to the National Weather Service office in Melbourne.
Orlando Sentinel 10 hours ago

FHP: 18-year-old woman killed in crash near UCF campus

An 18-year-old woman is dead after a crash Friday on Alafaya Trail near University of Central Florida's campus, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

After months of work, Hurricanes eager to get back on field

- For eight months, they've been looking forward to this game and this moment.

A series of notes/observations heading into Saturday's season opener for the Hurricanes

A series of notes and observations as the Hurricanes prepare to open the season Saturday against Bethune-Cookman: > GOLDEN AND THE HOT SEAT: As much as Al Golden deserves heat for his 28-22 record (identical to Randy Shannon when he...

Tim Tebow makes Eagles' decision harder after outplaying Matt Barkley vs. Jets

One of the most closely followed battles of the NFL preseason is for the Philadelphia Eagles' third-string quarterback spot, which would seem strange if not for the fact that Tim Tebow is involved. Eagles Coach Chip Kelly made a lot of interesting moves during the off-season, not the least of which...

Al-Quadin Muhammad suspended for opener against Bethune-Cookman

Surprise! Not. Rush end Al-Quadin Muhammad is suspended for the opening game against Bethune-Cookman, a source told me. He is expected to play in the second game, at FAU. I do not know what Quan did. I can only imagine....

Rush end Al-Quadin Muhammad suspended for 'Canes opener

The Hurricanes will be without defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad for at least one more game.
Orlando Sentinel Sep 3, 2015

Kentucky clerks to issue marriage licenses as their boss is jailed

A defiant county clerk went to jail Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but five of her deputies agreed to comply with the law, ending a two-month church-state standoff in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Orlando Sentinel Sep 2, 2015

Judge orders officers charged in Freddie Gray case to be tried separately

A circuit judge ruled Wednesday that the case against six Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray will go forward in separate trials, with Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby remaining at the helm of the prosecution.

UM Hurricanes men's hoops to open ACC play Jan. 2

The Hurricanes' men's basketball team has long known its non-conference schedule.

FAU not concerned yet with Miami Hurricanes as season opener nears

One of the subplots of Saturday's season opener for FAU is that its game against Tulsa could be considered a trap game.

Former Dwyer standout Gage Batten emerges as starter at UM

- James Coley has encountered plenty of interesting situations on the recruiting trail.

Hurricanes Player News

  • Gus Edwards

    Gus Edwards

    Canes notes: What the loss of Edwards means; Golden on Thomas, Muhammad as backups; Kaaya on turning 20

  • Brad Kaaya

    Brad Kaaya

    Hyde: Brad Kaaya a special talent, but is too much on his plate?

  • Al-Quadin Muhammad

    Al-Quadin Muhammad

    Al-Quadin Muhammad suspended for opener against Bethune-Cookman

  • Gerald Willis

    Gerald Willis

  • Ryan Mayes

    Ryan Mayes

    Day 3's first 15 minutes of Miami Hurricanes football practice in the books