Twenty four hours after Al Golden’s Miami Hurricanes got the everliving shit kicked out of them by Clemson 58-0 for the worst loss in program history, the school has fired him. He went 32-25 in his four and a half seasons with the Canes. Golden recruited reasonably well, netting top-20 classes every year, but he never…
Sometimes the worst injuries don't result in any broken bones. That was certainly the case yesterday, when early in the Hurricanes' game against Georgia Tech Miami receiver Malcolm Lewis fell victim to a twisting tackle that left his foot turned 180 degrees in the wrong direction.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: despite all this, Golden would not rather be back at Temple.
Nevin Shapiro, even behind bars, takes pride in the fact that Miami players referred to him as "Little Luke." Not because he so horny, but because he so generous with his money when it came to taking care of the Hurricanes. Naturally, the first place we look to for reaction this morning is to Big Luke.
Today, University of Miami (by way of North Philadelphia) football coach Al Golden took to Twitter with a major announcement. It involved "U Discipline," his desire to "Uphold The Legacy," and a quote from human-hurricane Michael Irvin.