Browsing Miami Hurricanes

NFL Rumors: Chicago Bears Interested in Drafting Brad Kaaya

Posted on 16 Nov, 2016, by in Uncategorized

The 2016 NFL season isn’t over. The 2016 college football season isn’t over. Some teams are already thinking ahead. The Chicago Bears have to, if just in order to get away from their miserable existence. ONe thing they’re thinking about is quarterbacks, and specifically Brad Kaaya of Miami. More

19 Best Memes of College Football’s Biggest Losers in Week 7

Posted on 16 Oct, 2016, by in Uncategorized

The list of big losers following the action in week 7 of the college football season is long and painful, making an interesting meme lineup: Michigan State falling apart, Tennessee getting crushed, North Carolina State throwing away an easy win, Miami losing two in a row at home, Ole Miss choking and Georgia carrying on with a miserable season. More

24 Best Memes of College Football’s Week 6 Biggest Losers

Posted on 9 Oct, 2016, by in Uncategorized

It seems the list of teams worth mocking at the end of week 6 is endless: Miami, poor Rutgers, overrated Texas, falling apart Oregon and Michigan State, and let’s not forget the still-stunned Houston. More

Miami Hurricanes – New Jerseys Don’t Mean Better Football

Posted on 19 Jul, 2015, by in Uncategorized

Turns out there’s a way to keep the Miami Hurricanes relevant in the College Football world – bring out new jerseys once again, possibly helping people forget how poorly they’ve done on the field in the last 12 years. More

Miami Over Duke – Not Just a Loss, but a Panic Inducing Blowout

Posted on 14 Jan, 2015, by in Uncategorized

Maybe it’s time to think about a mini crisis at Duke, losing at home to Miami 90-74, breaking some long lasting streaks when it comes to avoiding consecutive big losses and losing at home in general, with the ACC once again proving to be a lot more difficult than what happens outside the conference. More

South Carolina Over Miami – Something to Smile About This Season

Posted on 28 Dec, 2014, by in Uncategorized

After years of being on the verge of becoming part of the SEC’s elite and making it to a BCS bowl game, South Carolina took a huge step backwards this season. At least the disappointing year ended with something to smile about, beating Miami 24-21 in the Independence Bowl. More

Florida State Seminoles – Not Very Good But Still Undefeated

Posted on 16 Nov, 2014, by in Uncategorized

The only unique thing about Florida State this season has been their ability come from behind. Miami were the next victim to fall asleep in the second half against the Seminoles, leading to a 30-26 dramatic win thanks to a late touchdown by Dalvin Cook. More

Louisville Over Miami – The ACC Isn’t so Bad

Posted on 2 Sep, 2014, by in Uncategorized

A new (not exactly) head coach in Bobby Petrino and a new conference, the ACC, didn’t stop Louisville from having the right kind of start to their season, beating Miami 31-13 in a dominant performance from their new quarterback, Will Gardner, who got plenty of help from Dominique Brown when it came to running the ball. More

Louisville Beats Miami – Teddy Bridgewater Puts on one Final Show

Posted on 29 Dec, 2013, by in Uncategorized

When this season began, Louisville expected a bit more from this season. Going undefeated, BCS Bowl and Teddy Bridgewater winning the Heisman trophy. Maybe it goes to serve as proof to the growth of the program is finishing 12-1 with Bridgewater cementing himself as the number one quarterback prospect heading into the NFL is considered slightly disappointing. More

ACC – Coastal Division Scenarios

Posted on 26 Nov, 2013, by in Uncategorized

The current situation in the ACC Coastal division, fought for the chance to play Florida State in the conference championship game, gives Duke, with their 5-2 conference record, the best shot at winning the division. However, Virginia Tech, Miami and Georgia Tech can still finish first in the division. More