Sunshine State Beatdown? (3) FSU Three-Touchdown Favorites Over (7) Miami In Top-10 Matchup

It has the feel of an old-school Florida State and Miami game this week. Both teams are ranked in the top-10, both teams are undefeated, and both teams have national championship aspirations. But upon further review, is one of them a fraud? If you go by oddsmakers, Miami might as well be a 4-3 team … Read more

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Miami Hurricanes Favored By 3 At Home Against Ohio State

September 17, 2011 – By Scott     The Miami Hurricanes and Ohio State Buckeyes are doing their best to put their offseason issues behind them.  Both schools made headlines for their huge NCAA Rules violations that led to the suspensions of many of their players.   Well on Saturday night, these two will meet … Read more

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Eight Miami Hurricanes Suspended At Least One Game By NCAA, Including QB Jacory Harris

The NCAA handed down their ruling and suspensions for 12 Miami Hurricane players currently on the roster for the upcoming season that starts in less than a week. Of those 12, eight players will miss at least one game due to suspension, including quarterback Jacory Harris. But for Harris, he will only miss the one … Read more

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Miami Hurricane Quarterback Jacory Harris Said He Expects To Play In Season Opener

August 29th, 2011 Miami Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris, who is currently declared ineligible by the NCAA, still believes that he will be cleared in time for the Hurricanes season opener on Labor Day Night next Monday Sept.5. The Hurricanes open on the road against fellow conference opponent Maryland. Harris, along with several of his teammates, … Read more

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Quarterback Jacory Harris Among Eight Miami Hurricanes Declared Ineligible

August 26th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross It was reported late yesterday that eight Miami Hurricane football players have been ruled ineligible for 2011 college football season, including quarterback Jacory Harris. While the NCAA is currently investigating the university, this finding was reported by the school itself, as they declared the players ineligible, but look … Read more

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Miami Head Coach Al Golden Must Decide What To Do About Players Under Investigation

August 23rd, 2011 – By Bryan Cross The Miami Hurricanes continue to try and move on from the ongoing NCAA investigation surrounding their football program, but could find it difficult to do considering the fact that there are currently 15 players on the roster under investigation. “We cannot let the actions of some define the … Read more

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NCAA President Not Ruling Out Death Penalty For Miami

August 19th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross Mark Emmert, the President of the NCAA, came out with some interesting statements on Friday afternoon regarding the issues at the University of Miami. And one thing in particular that stood out, was the possibility of the infamous ‘death penalty’ still considered a possibility for the football program. … Read more

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Could The Miami Hurricanes Receive The Death Penalty?

August 18th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross The national attention that the Miami Hurricanes are receiving for the allegations surrounding the potential NCAA violations and infractions is very widespread, and one phrase in particular has been thrown around in the last 24 hours relating to issue on the whole. The Death Penalty. It’s a harsh … Read more

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NCAA Reveals Potential Violations With Miami Hurricanes Football Program

August 17th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross Reports has now been flooding in over the last 24-hour period that the Miami Hurricanes are under a potential investigation by the NCAA over a former booster who claims he gave thousands of dollars and benefits to over 70 Hurricane players both former and current from 2002-2008. But … Read more

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