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Hurricanes fall 45-42 on last-second interception, drop to 2-4

Down by three with seconds left on the clock, freshman quarterback Tyler Van Dyke’s pass was deflected at the line of scrimmage and intercepted to end what could have been an 18-point, come-from-behind Hurricanes victory. The Miami Hurricanes dropped their fourth game of the season on Saturday to North Carolina,...
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Excuses, Excuses, Excuses

It has been 15 days since Miami last played a game, in a tough 30-28 loss to Virginia. We know how it ended. Manny Diaz played conservatively and Andy Borregales missed a potential game winner at the buzzer. Since that point, Miami learned more bad news as QB D’Eriq King was ruled out for the season with a shoulder injury. The Canes reportedly had a practice fight. There are more rumors that there are upperclassmen who want to transfer, and that leaves out the coaching rumors. What has been said for two weeks were many different catch phrases and coach speak meant to deflect from the fact that the Canes are 2-3 and not a good team. The only thing that should matter is winning games and the excuses must stop.
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After Hurricanes’ ‘you’re-in-or-you’re-out’ bye week, Manny Diaz admits some players ‘probably won’t’ return

After the Miami Hurricanes’ disappointing 2-3 start, coach Manny Diaz noticed that dissension and friction had trickled into the team’s locker room, with some veteran players losing playing time to younger players. “There were some sit-down, one-on-ones saying, ‘Look, if you’re not happy with your role now, if you don’t raise your level of play, it’s going to get worse and we’re going to have ...
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Column: What’s wrong with the Hurricanes’ defense?

One of the many disappointments of the Miami Hurricanes’ 2021 season thus far has been their lackluster defense. With head coach Manny Diaz reclaiming defensive play calling duties, the Hurricanes were expected to have a tenacious and cutthroat defense, similar to the defenses Diaz coached throughout his previous tenure as Miami’s defensive coordinator.
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What's the latest line, over-under for Miami Hurricanes vs. North Carolina Tar Heels?

The Miami Hurricanes (2-3, 0-1 ACC) and North Carolina Tar Heels (3-3, 2-3) meet for an ACC Coastal Division showdown Saturday at Kenan Memorial Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET. Below, we look at the Miami vs. North Carolina odds and lines; check back for our college football picks and predictions.
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‘It’s Tyler Van Dyke’s team’: Second-year QB ready to lead Hurricanes in first road game against North Carolina

It didn’t take Andrew Gamere long to notice Tyler Van Dyke wasn’t going to be an ordinary quarterback. And, ironically, Gamere’s realization came after a mistake from the Miami Hurricanes’ second-year signal-caller. Gamere, Van Dyke’s high school coach during his four years at Suffield Academy in Glastonbury, Conn., recalled a then-freshman Van Dyke throwing a pick-six on his first drive not ...
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Miami Hurricanes pick up two basketball commitments

The Miami Hurricanes have not always been known for their basketball program, but head coach Jim Larranaga has been working hard to change that narrative. This week, the Hurricanes picked up two major commits in small forward Danilo Jovanovich and power forward A.J. Casey. Jovanovich is a three-star prospect from...
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Multiple ESPN shows blast Miami Hurricanes Football, Athletic Leadership

Everybody knows that the Miami Hurricanes are struggling badly this football season. And, moreover, the struggles have been ever-present for the better part of 20 years. And while fans have been quite vocal with their displeasure with the state of affairs, and local journalists have detailed the many issues plaguing the Canes on multiple levels, National Media outlets have started to join in the conversation.
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Trequon Fegans decommits from Miami

2022 four-star cornerback recruit Trequon Fegans announced on Monday afternoon on Twitter that he has decommitted from the University of Miami. Fegans was one of three 2022 cornerbacks verbally committed to the Miami Hurricanes along with Chris Graves and Khamauri Rogers. Fegans is the No.85 ranked player in the country according to the 247Sports.com composite rankings and is the No.11 ranked cornerback.
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Miami Herald

Manny Diaz: Miami ‘to look at some different changes’ as offense struggles, losses mount

The Miami Hurricanes’ bye week comes at a pivotal moment in the Manny Diaz era. Miami began the season in the top 15 and with College Football Playoff aspirations, and is instead on pace for its second losing season in three years. Even before the Hurricanes lost their third game Thursday, Diaz came under heavy fire, and the outside criticism grew so loud he and Julio Frenk both felt the need to address it last week.
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UM president pledges more involvement in Canes football program

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Miami Hurricanes football program has faced heavy criticism over the past few years, coming to a head this past weekend with the media calling out University of Miami president for his lack of involvement. Dr. Julio Frenk, UM’s president since 2015, released a statement in...
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