7:07 AM EDT, Wed July 30, 2014

'Canes hoops team begins prepping for season, trip abroad

After winning the ACC and advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2013, Miami found itself in the unenviable position last season of having to replace all five of its starters and nearly 90 percent of its offense.

'Canes hoops team begins prepping for season, trip abroad

After winning the ACC and advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2013, Miami found itself in the unenviable position last season of having to replace all five of its starters and nearly 90 percent of its offense.
Miami Herald 9 hours ago
UM coach Al Golden goes through the ‘car wash’ at ESPN headquarters

UM coach Al Golden goes through the ‘car wash’ at ESPN headquarters

Al Golden went through the car wash Tuesday.

'Canes get commitments from OLs St. Louis, Loftus

Miami’s push on the recruiting trail continues paying dividends for Al Golden and his staff.

'Canes get commitments from OLs St. Louis, Loftus

Miami’s push on the recruiting trail continues paying dividends for Al Golden and his staff.

Basketball: Miami Hurricanes expect to rebound in 2014-15

CORAL GABLES — Angel Rodriguez took a swing pass and was quickly met by a closing Davon Reed. He sized up his defender, seven inches taller and ready to strike. He faked quickly, then again, and rose up to sink a three. Rodriguez, a redshirt junior point guard who transferred from Kansas State before last season, was one of nine newcomers who Tuesday joined the Hurricanes for their first full-length summer practice. He sat out last year, earning a reputation among his teammates for being a bulldog-like leader. He should provide a significant boost to UM this season, along with [More]

Two 2015 offensive linemen commit to Miami Hurricanes

Miami’s recruiting class grew by two Tuesday with a pair of commitments from offensive tackles Tyree St. Louis and Brendan Loftus. The higher-rated is St. Louis, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound senior-to-be from Bradenton-IMG Academy. He picked UM over Florida, Tennessee and Mississippi State. He said he chose the Canes because offensive line coach Art Kehoe sold him on the program. “They’re building something and I can see it going in the right direction,” St. Louis told 247Sports.com before making his choice. St. Louis, who turns 17 in two months, transferred to IMG from Tampa Bay Tech...

The Five: Most important newcomers on the Hurricanes' roster

With fall camp set to kickoff Tuesday, Aug. 5 it's time to start looking ahead to the season and what is in store for the Hurricanes in Al Golden's fourth season as head coach. There are plenty of new faces...

Five impact freshmen for Miami Hurricanes in 2014

Chad Thomas, DE: Of all the newcomers added to the mix, Thomas is most likely to play a major role. The five-star Miami-Booker T. Washington product enters camp having added some 20 pounds, and at 6-foot-5 and 260 pounds has enough muscle to be a capable third-down pass-rusher from the jump. Joseph Yearby, RB: Like Duke Johnson, Yearby is returning from a busted leg — his fibula, broken last November while Miami Central made its playoff run — and like Johnson, all signs point to him having little trouble with his comeback. Yearby, a 5-8, 180-pound slasher, is a nice [More]

UM announces date for CanesFest, more from QB Jake Heaps

This time around, CanesFest promises Miami fans a different kind of look at their favorite college football team.

UM announces date for CanesFest, more from QB Jake Heaps

This time around, CanesFest promises Miami fans a different kind of look at their favorite college football team.
Orlando Sentinel Jul 29, 2014

Urban Meyer's wife is wrong to call Gators, SEC fans 'dirty and mean'

Shelley Meyer, the wife of former University of Florida and current Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, claims I am a hater.
Miami Herald Jul 28, 2014
UM QB Jake Heaps: ‘I didn’t come here to be a backup’

UM QB Jake Heaps: ‘I didn’t come here to be a backup’

Jake Heaps, a 23-year-old graduate student who transferred from Kansas to Miami, has the experience the Hurricanes need at quarterback.
Orlando Sentinel Jul 28, 2014

New Miami QB Jake Heaps learning, ready to compete for starting job

Newest Hurricanes' signal caller has plenty of experience— For Jake Heaps, the past month has been all about learning.

Jake Heaps on winning UM QB job: "It's absolutely vital. I didn't come here to be the backup.''

After a lengthy teleconference, here are the Cliff Notes on UM graduate transfer QB Jake Heaps, who played two years at BYU before transferring to Kansas, sitting out a year there and playing last season at Kansas: (He was completely...

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