4:40 AM EDT, Tue July 29, 2014

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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"#WelcomeToTheU'' tweeted Brennan Carroll, signaling a new Miami Hurricane commitment

Ah, those "Welcome To The U" tweets that pop up on Twitter every now and then. Each is a not-so-secret code that a new young football player has pledged his verbal (and non-binding) commitment to the Miami Hurricanes. Canes' receivers...

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby says cheating pays in the NCAA

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said this week it's easier for athletic programs to cheat these days because the NCAA has become overwhelmed with other legal issues that occupy its time and energy.

Wellington 2016 WR Ahmonn Richards commits to Miami

The Post‘s Anthony Chiang reported Tuesday there is a new member of the Hurricanes’ strong 2016 recruiting class: Wellington High wide receiver Ahmonn Richards. Richards, a four-star prospect according, is UM’s seventh commitment for 2016. According to 247Sports, the Hurricanes have the top 2016 class in the country. “We want to change the program,” Richards told the Post. “We want to be remembered like the other great players that played there. We want to put Miami back on the national radar.” Read more about Richards’ commitment here.
Miami Herald Jul 21, 2014
Miami Hurricanes shifting to attack mode

Miami Hurricanes shifting to attack mode

With the brunt of past problems behind him, coach Al Golden said his 2014 team wants to respect the past, but forge its own identity.

Al Golden talks to Miami Herald in a fireside (without the fire) chat today. Some of what he shared...

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden was kind enough to give each of the three South Florida dailies that cover the team one-on-one time today before he meets with the entire media in the early evening. There was...
Miami Herald Jul 21, 2014
Media predicts Miami Hurricanes will win ACC Coastal Division

Media predicts Miami Hurricanes will win ACC Coastal Division

The Miami Hurricanes were voted by the media on Monday to win the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference and face defending national champion Florida State in the ACC title game.

Miami Hurricanes picked by media to win the ACC Coastal Division & face FSU in league title game

The Miami Hurricanes were voted by the media on Monday to win the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference and face defending national champion Florida State in the ACC title game. The Seminoles, in the Atlantic Division, were predicted...

Miami picked to win Coastal, FSU picked to win ACC

Miami doesn’t yet have a starting quarterback and its defense struggled late in the season last year, but there are expectations heading into the season.

Miami picked to win Coastal, FSU picked to win ACC

Miami doesn’t yet have a starting quarterback and its defense struggled late in the season last year, but there are expectations heading into the season.

Video: Al Golden preview’s UM season with ACC Digital

ACC Digital network host Jeff Fischel sits down with Miami’s coach Al Golden to talk about the upcoming season and why being picked by the media as Coastal favorites is the “kiss of death”.

Florida State, Miami finish atop 2014 ACC media preseason poll

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said a possible ACC title game between his Seminoles and the rival Hurricanes would be “an electric atmosphere.” That’s the matchup predicted by media members at the ACC Kickoff. FSU and Miami were atop their respective divisions after 112 ballots were counted. Winston, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, was the preseason player of the year. FSU was chosen on 104 of 112 ballots cast to win the ACC title. Clemson and Virginia Tech each received championship votes. In the Atlantic Division, the Seminoles had 109 first-place...

Al Golden talks Ryan Williams recovery, QB battle, defensive upgrades

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Al Golden said redshirt senior quarterback Ryan Williams is making a lot of progress in his recovery from his April ACL tear. He expects him to be back soon. He won’t say how soon. But it’s clear he’s excited. “In terms of anyone who’s suffered that injury, he’s got to be in the upper one percent of guys who have made progress and have religiously adhered to a program seven days a week. He’s had no setbacks,” Golden said in a sit-down with the Post at the ACC Kickoff in Greensboro, N.C. “But in terms of actually being cleared and integrated,” he...
Miami Herald Jul 20, 2014
Florida State’s Jameis Winston vows to be more accountable

Florida State’s Jameis Winston vows to be more accountable

Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston said his support system has helped him cope with his transgressions off the football field.
Miami Herald Jul 20, 2014
UM players Duke Johnson, Denzel Perryman optimistic about Canes’ upcoming season

UM players Duke Johnson, Denzel Perryman optimistic about Canes’ upcoming season

UM players Duke Johnson and Denzel Perryman were playful, reflective and optimistic during their ACC media-day session on Sunday.

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