Clemson demolished Miami yesterday in the ACC Championship, in Charlotte. You can imagine, a blowout like that generally leads to unhappy fans of one side or another. This being football we’re talking about, there is a very great chance that unhappy fans will wind up punching and kicking each other in a drunken brawl.…
“The ‘Canes are back, baby!” many an optimistic Miami fan has hollered this season, unchastened by the countless times over the years they’ve chanted this refrain without it actually coming true, and unconcerned about the fact that few non-Floridians under the age of 30 have any first-hand knowledge of this…
While the Notre Dame Fighting Irish were getting their asses kicked by the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday, a passel of fans reenacted the scene on the concourse of Miami’s stadium near sections 129 and 130. All was technically peaceful, until an offscreen Miami fan flung a beverage at the dude in the hat, at which point…
The drunken Miami Hurricanes fan seen getting knocked out by a punch from a Miami-Dade police officer while being carried out of yesterday’s Virginia Tech-Miami game is now being charged with felony battery on a police officer, according to an Associated Press report.
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Confirming what a great many expected, Miami head coach Jim Larranaga announced in a prepared statement Monday afternoon that he is “Coach-3" in the FBI’s investigation into the college basketball recruiting system.
Malik Rosier drove Miami 75 yards after a late FSU score to deny the Seminoles a rivalry win and keep the Hurricanes undefeated in finding Darrell Langham on a 23-yard touchdown pass that seized a 24-20 victory.
The latest entry to the Idiot On The Field series took place in Louisville, where 31-year-old Randall Bolton tried to enter the Miami huddle during a first-half timeout of what would go on to be a 71-66 victory for the Cardinals.
Who knows who was actually in line first, but two college football fans turned a disagreement over the urinal queue into something much more.
Miami has suspended seven players for Wednesday’s bowl game against no. 14 West Virginia for “failing to meet the standards of expectations set by the program.”
Miami beat North Carolina State tonight in ACC Tournament action, thanks to Edgar Michelangeli’s late homer. He really savored it, too—and caused a bit of a stir.
Ray Lewis III, the son of former Baltimore Raven turned ESPN personality Ray Lewis, has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct, according to Conway, S.C., police. A warrant for his arrest was obtained Monday, and Lewis turned himself in today. Jail records show that Lewis was booked into jail this…
Miami Hurricanes star right fielder Willie Abreu has had one hell of a week. Last Friday, he dinged a walk off grand slam to beat Louisville. The Canes were taking on Clemson last night and had a comfortable lead until their bullpen blew a five-run lead.
According to numerous reports, former Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt will be the next coach of the Miami Hurricanes. The news was first reported by Canes Insight.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has suspended both the on-field officiating crew and the replay official for allowing Miami’s game-winning kickoff return to stand during last night’s game against Duke.
Another week, another shocking play the likes of which no one has ever seen; tonight, Duke fell victim to the whims of fate, and once again we’re here to bring you the action as called by home announcers.
Duke took the lead on Miami with just seconds remaining in Durham, only for the Hurricanes to pull off one of the most incredible plays we’ve ever seen in college football history. A series of reviews and replays ended up with the play being called back—maybe, it’s still under review as of publication— but this is…
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…