FOX college football analyst and former Dolphins head coach Dave Wannstedt joined the Marc Hochman with Zach Krantz show to talk about the state of the Miami Hurricanes’ football team. One of the main topics discussed was the ‘fire Al Golden’ debate with Coach Wannstedt giving a passionate answer. Listen to the full interview below:
Miami Hurricanes fans should be thankful. It could be a lot worse.
Through the season’s first seven games, several of Miami’s offensive players statistically rank near the top of their respective positions in the Atlantic Coast Conference or nation, including freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya, via Fox Sports Florida: Not only does he pace the ACC with 1,806 yards — 201 more than reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis […]
The Miami Hurricanes writer for the Palm Beach Post talks with Alex Donno about the Canes’ win over Cincinnati and how Brad Kaaya protected the football.
DJ Williams, a former Canes linebacker currently with the Chicago Bears, came on the Marc Hochman Show with Zach Krantz to talk about Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes. He feels that Golden is doing a great job, that he’s the right guy for the job and he should stay the course. He was also asked about […]
Offense The Canes’ offense clicked across the board. Brad Kaaya was excellent, the offensive line bossed Cincy’s defensive line around, opening up huge lanes
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Miami Hurricanes running back Duke Johnson makes standing backflips look like pie, seen below filmed before their matchup with Cincy
Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden joined the Joe Rose Show to talk about their big win over the Bearcats this past Saturday, proclaiming running back Duke Johnson is playing the best football of his career right now. The way they protected the ball was a big key to winning the game, coach also said. Golden […]
The Miami Hurricanes bounced back against the Cincinnati Bearcats with a 55-34 win behind some explosive offense.