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    Alabama Hosting Arch Manning, Others While Texas and Miami Bring in Key Recruits

    Alabama, Texas and Miami headline the class of 2023 elites hitting the road this weekendNo foolin' this weekend in college football recruiting. Arch Manning is headed to his third visit in as many weeks, perhaps wrapping up a major stage in his decision-making process along the way.

    Elite QB Recruit Jaden Rashada Opens up on Oregon, Miami, Ole Miss and More

    California native wows in Texas 7-on-7 event as programs coast to coast court a commitmentDALLAS -- It was hard to miss Jaden Rashada at the Battle 7v7 tournament in Texas over the weekend.Even on a hot couple of days in a tournament with more than 55 teams in the 18U division and games going on simultaneously throughout a complex -- his frame, the arm or the oohs and ahhs the quarterback induced pulled more viewers in. 30 college programs had already seen enough of the Pittsburg (Calif.) High School star to come through with a scholarship offer and it didn't take long to see why there has been quick buy-in around the 6'4" passer over the last year or so. "It's fun getting out here playing with different people from different parts of the country," Rashada said after his first game with the Miami Immortals squad. The impression was first tangible via his new teammates, particularly wide receivers and tight ends, visually excited after his first few tosses in warm ups.

    Josh Gattis Texts Michigan Players, Says He Felt ‘Very Little Appreciation’ From School

    New Miami offensive coordinator Josh Gattis texted Michigan players to explain his decision.View the original article to see embedded media.Miami and new coach Mario Cristobal plan to hire Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis to the same position with the Hurricanes, according to The Athletic's Bruce Feldman.And now we're beginning to understand the reasoning behind the decision. According to ESPN's Tom VanHaaren, Gattis texted a few of his former Michigan players to explain his move.“Unfortunately the past few weeks has told a different story to me about the very little appreciation I have here from administration.

    Report: Miami Hiring Josh Gattis, Winner of Top Assistant Award, as Next Offensive Coordinator

    He was named last year's Broyles Award winner, given annually to college football's top assistant coach.View the original article to see embedded media.Miami is hiring Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis to the same role with the Hurricanes program, according to The Athletic's Bruce Feldman.Gattis was named last year's Broyles Award winner, given annually to college football's top assistant coach. Michigan ranked among the nation's top 25 in both scoring (37.7 points per game) and total offense (451.9 total yards per game) last season, a year after ranking in the bottom half of the FBS in each category.He will be joining a Miami program looking to see similar improvement.

    Winners and Losers from National Signing Day 2022

    So much for the 'boring' National Signing Day.So much for the boring National Signing Day. Compared to the December signing period, the volume in college football's banner offseason holiday cannot compare but Wednesday created movement in the final SI All-American team recruiting rankings, featured some drama surrounding the No.

    Report: Miami Expected to Hire Oregon Assistant Bryan McClendon as Co-Offensive Coordinator

    He served as Oregon's interim coach at the Alamo Bowl.View the original article to see embedded media.Oregon assistant coach Bryan McClendon is expected to be named Miami's co-offensive coordinator, according to Yahoo's Pete Thamel. McLendon worked with Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal at Oregon in 2020 and 2021.

    Breaking: Sun Bowl Finds Replacement Team for Miami

    As COVID-19 outbreaks force teams to drop out of bowl game commitments, the Sun Bowl is now on with a new team to replace the Hurricanes.View the original article to see embedded media.After COVID-19 forced a shuffling of the deck among college football’s bowl games, the Sun Bowl is now back on following Miami’s withdrawal.Central Michigan, which was originally slated to face Boise State in the Arizona Bowl on New Year’s Eve, will now head to El Paso to take on Washington State in the Sun Bowl, per Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger.

    Miami Withdraws From Tony The Tiger Sun Bowl Due to COVID-19 Protocols

    The Hurricanes were slated to play Washington State this Friday.View the original article to see embedded media.Miami announced that it can not participate in the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl due to COVID-19 protocols on Sunday night. “We are extremely disappointed that our football team will be unable to participate in the 2021 Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl,” deputy director of athletics/chief operating officer Jennifer Strawley said.

    Report: Miami Faculty Upset With Mario Cristobal Contract After Being Hit With Pay Cuts

    Miami hired Oregon coach Mario Cristobal on a reported 10-year, $80 million contract last week.View the original article to see embedded media.Members of Miami's faculty are reportedly upset after seeing the university sign new football coach Mario Cristobal to an $80 million contract after a year of pandemic cuts, according to the Miami Herald. Besides forcing faculty to teach in person, the university has slashed more than $100 million in its matching contributions to faculty retirement plans and forced staff to accept compensation cuts.

    Miami Officially Hires Clemson Athletic Director Dan Radakovich

    He leaves Clemson for another aspiring ACC power.View the original article to see embedded media.Just days ago, the University of Miami made a big splash with its football hire, poaching alumnus Mario Cristobal away from Pac-12 power Oregon.

    Sources: Miami Expected to Announce Hiring of Clemson AD Dan Radakovich

    The 63-year-old is returning to where he started his career and earned his MBA.View the original article to see embedded media.Miami has found its next athletic director and it happens to be one of its alumni—Clemson's Dan Radakovich, according to Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger.

    Charleston Rambo Highlights Against Duke

    In the final regular season game of the season, Miami's Charleston Rambon became the Miami record holder for both yards and receptions in a single season. Against Duke, Rambo caught eight passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns.

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    Miami Hurricanes vs. Duke Blue Devils: Full Highlights

    Miami Hurricanes vs. Duke Blue Devils: Full Highlights

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    Picked! Duke throws late interception in the red zone

    Picked! Duke throws late interception in the red zone

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    Miami vs. Duke Condensed Game | 2021 ACC Football

    The Miami Hurricanes closed out the regular season with a 47-10 win over the Duke Blue Devils. Hurricanes quarterback Tyler Van Dyke threw for 381 yards and 3 touchdowns in the win. Wide receiver Charleston Rambo caught 8 passes for 101 yards and 2 touchdowns for the ‘Canes, and fellow wideout Mike Harley Jr. caught 13 passes for 96 yards in the win. Jaylan Knighton rushed for 51 yards and a touchdown for Miami.

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    Miami's Mike Harley Sets Career High In Receptions Against Duke

    It seems only fitting that Miami's career leader in receptions would set a career high in catches in his final regular season game for the Hurricanes. Against Duke, Mike Harley caught 13 passes for 96 yards.

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    Miami vs. Duke Football Highlights (2021)

    Miami vs. Duke: The Miami Hurricanes finished out the season with a 47-10 road win over the Duke Blue Devils. Miami trailed 10-3 early in the game and then scored the next 44 consecutive points. For the sixth game on a row, Tyler Van Dyke had 300+ passing yards and 3+ touchdowns, finishing the game with 381 yards and three touchdowns on 34-49 passing. Charleston Rambo broke the Hurricanes single-season receptions record, with 73, on his first touchdown reception of the game. Rambo finished the game with eight receptions for 101 yards and two touchdowns. For Duke, Mataeo Durant's 68 rushing yards was enough to make him the single-season rushing leader at Duke, breaking Steve Jones's 1972 record.

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    Miami Hurricanes at Duke Blue Devils | Full Game Highlights

    The Miami Hurricanes dominated against the Duke Blue Devils 47-10. Tyler Van Dyke threw for 3 TDs and 381 YDS.

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    Miami puts another score on the board with a 9-yard strike

    Thaddius Franklin Jr. powers his way through Duke's defense for a 9-yard touchdown to extend Miami's big lead.

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    Duke's Jaylen Stinson Takes A 94-YD Kick Return To The House | Must See Moment

    Check out Duke's Jaylen Stinson show off his blazing speed as he runs up the gut against the Miami kick coverage and goes untouched 94 yards to the house for a touchdown in this ACC Must See Moment.

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    Miami's Jacolby George Make A One-Armed Circus Catch | Must See Moment

    With a defender all over him, Miami's Jacolby George uses one arm to pin the ball against the Duke defender, and then pins it against his own thigh, before finally bringing it in for a catch. Watch how George made this wild catch in this ACC Must See Moment.

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    Rambo manages to hold on for his 2nd TD of the day

    With the sun in his eyes, Charleston Rambo reels in a tough catch under pressure from Tyler Van Dyke in the third quarter.

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    Jaylan Knighton's 2-yard TD extends Miami's lead

    Jaylan Knighton plunges up the middle for a Hurricanes touchdown against Duke.

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    Miami's Rambo makes a 12-yard TD catch under pressure

    Charleston Rambo beats his Duke defender into the end zone for a 12-yard touchdown in the first half.

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    Duke's Stinson weaves through traffic for 94-yard kick-return TD

    Jaylen Stinson takes the kickoff all the way to the end zone for Duke's first touchdown of the game against Miami.

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    Miami's Restrepo is open in the end zone for 24-yard TD

    Xavier Restrepo hauls in a nice throw from Tyler Van Dyke to pull Miami even with Duke with a 24-yard touchdown.

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