Miami Rumors & News

  • Miami Hurricanes dismiss two standout defenders ahead of opener

    Fox Sports "Miami’s rebuilding hopes took to a huge jolt Saturday morning when red-shirt junior defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad and senior linebacker Jermaine Grace were permanently dismissed from the Hurricanes football program for violating NCAA rules. The 6-4, 250-pound Muhammad was UM’s most proven..." August 27

  • Miami's Coley investigated for potential NCAA violation

    Miami Herald "UM's investigation into players who might have used cars from a South Beach luxury car rental agency, in exchange for future promises, has expanded and now includes UM receiver Stacy Coley, according to a source with direct knowledge. As we have previously reported, Al Quadin Muhammad and Jermaine..." August 20

  • UM running back Trayone Gray to miss season with torn ACL

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "For the second time in as many months, the Hurricanes have lost a player to a serious knee injury. This time, it's running back Trayone Gray, who tore his ACL and will miss the season, a source confirmed to the Sun Sentinel late Tuesday. Gray, a junior out of Carol City High School, was..." August 17

  • Raising Kaaya: Mom's fame, dad's obsessiveness shape Miami's star QB

    CBS Sports "Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya was a 9 years old when he first said, "Bye, Felicia" to his mom, the catchphrase that she's famously identified with from the movie "Friday." Angela Means, Kaaya's mother and a former comedian/actress, had fussed at her son to clean up his room. He fired back with,..." August 12

  • Bandy commits to Miami

    247 Sports "Cornerback Trajan Bandy (Miami/Columbus) said he committed to Miami, as first-reported by 247Sports. Bandy chose Miami over finalists South Carolina and TCU. “I will no longer be interested in any other school,” Bandy said. “I will be attending the University of Miami.” Bandy has 36 total..." August 08

  • Canes fullback power cleans a ridiculous 381 pounds and teammates go wild

    Fox Sports "On Tuesday, 6-foot-1, 280-pound Miami Hurricanes fullback Marquez Williams locked and loaded an astonishing 381 pounds on a power clean -- a feat that puts him on par with many of the "Freaks" in Bruce Feldman's review of college football's most athletic specimens. “You see that cat?” Canes..." August 03

  • Miami Lands 4-Star Defensive End Deonte “DJ” Johnson

    CBS Miami "The University of Miami just made a big splash in recruiting. 6-foot-5, 240-pound defensive end Deonte “DJ” Johnson committed to the University of Miami Monday evening – joining the Hurricanes 2017 recruiting class." July 26

  • Miami's Lawrence Cager out for season due to knee injury

    SI "Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Lawrence Cager will miss the 2016 season due to a knee injury, according to Shandel Richardson of the Orlando Sun Sentinel. The injury reportedly took place during one of the team's off-season workouts. Cager finished last season with eight passes for 70 yards..." July 16

  • UM's Mark Walton reinstated after charges dropped in DUI case

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Charges were dropped Monday in the driving under the influence case against Miami Hurricanes running back Mark Walton. Walton, who was suspended indefinitely because of the incident, was reinstated immediately after the ruling. He was arrested April 23 when, according to the arrest affidavit,..." July 12

  • Miami suspends Juwon Young indefinitely for violation of department rules

    Miami Herald "UM junior Juwon Young, who was expected to get playing time this season, is away from the team and his status for next season is in serious doubt as UM investigates a potential NCAA violation involving the linebacker, our ace contributor Peter Ariz and I have confirmed today. (Update: in the wake..." June 24

  • Former Miami lineman Jon Feliciano feels disrespected by Al Golden

    The Score "Al Golden disrespected his former players last week when he said his time in Coral Gables left him "burned out." In an appearance on the "Big O Show" on WQAM on Thursday, former Miami offensive lineman Jon Feliciano - now a member of the Oakland Raiders - said Golden has only himself to blame..." June 23

  • Miami defender reportedly leaving Coral Gables

    Palm Beach Post "Sophomore safety James King left UM, a program spokesperson confirmed Tuesday. King left the team “to pursue other options,” according to a press release. King, who saw action on special teams as a freshman and moved from linebacker to safety this spring, was given a “full and unconditional..." June 23

  • Florida AD Jeremy Foley suggests no long-term revival of Gators-Hurricanes

    College Football Talk "The Florida Gators play Florida State every year, and that appears to be the only school from the ACC Florida will continue to play annually. Sorry, Miami. Florida Athletics Director Jeremy Foley was a guest on WRUF in Gainesville, where he was on to discuss a number of various Florida sports..." May 30

  • Report: Mark Richt donating $1M for Miami's indoor practice facility

    Palm Beach Post "Stephen Ross isn’t the only South Florida sports figure digging into his own pocket for football construction projects. Mark Richt told boosters in Chicago last week he was donating $1 million of his own money to fund Miami’s indoor practice facility, several sources who were at the event told..." May 25

  • Coveted football recruit DeeJay Dallas chooses Miami Hurricanes

    Miami Herald "The Miami Hurricanes and Mark Richt have landed one of their top targets in the 2017 recruiting class. Four-star athlete DeeJay Dallas from Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga. announced Saturday afternoon during a radio show that he will become a Hurricane. “For the next four years I plan on..." May 21

  • Hurricanes RB Mark Walton pleads not guilty in DUI case

    Palm Beach Post "The Hurricanes have yet to make a determination on whether suspended running back Mark Walton will remain so. Walton pleaded not guilty Thursday on charges of driving under the influence and driving with a knowingly suspended license, according to Miami-Dade court records. Walton, 19, was..." May 19

  • Richt to give 'really good QB' Kaaya more control of Miami offense

    Palm Beach Post "Mark Richt is excited about being a hands-on offensive coach again, but he’s not scouring all corners of the country, digging into textbooks and spending bleary-eyed nights trying to develop new plays. He has more than enough in his repertoire. “There’s really nothing new under the sun,” he..." May 06

  • Mark Richt on NCAA overturning satellite camp ban: ‘I don’t like it’

    Palm Beach Post "The ACC and SEC lobbied for the NCAA to ban satellite camps. Having coached 15 years in the latter conference and five months in the former, you might expect Mark Richt to be against them. You’d be right. “I don’t like it,” he said Monday when asked in a Q&A session with Hurricanes boosters for..." May 03

  • Miami's Al-Quadin Muhammad undergoes minor knee surgery

    Palm Beach Post "Defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad, one of the Hurricanes’ top players, had surgery Friday, he announced through his Instagram account. UM later confirmed Muhammad had “a small procedure done on his knee” and would resume football activities in two weeks. A source close to Muhammad said he had an..." April 30

  • Miami Hurricanes RB Allegedly Posed As A Cop, Groped A Woman And Had The Balls To Ask Victim For A Date

    BroBible "The Miami Hurricanes may have hired a new head football coach this offseason in Mark Richt, but it seems as if some of the same problems persist after the news that freshman running back Mark Walton was recently busted by cops—and you won’t believe the perverse act that caused his arrest. After..." April 28

  • Florida-Miami rivalry to be renewed in 2019 season opener

    The Score "A rivalry renewed. After not playing since 2013, Miami and Florida are set to square off to open the 2019 campaign. "We are pleased to have partnered with Florida Citrus Sports and ESPN Events to kick off the 2019 season against Miami,'' Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said. "Orlando..." April 26

  • Miami suspends Hurricanes rusher Mark Walton following arrest

    College Spun "Miami football has announced the suspension of rising sophomore running back Mark Walton, following his arrest. The school put out a statement about Walton this morning. There are multiple reports about what Walton has been arrested for. AP writer Tim Reynolds reports that it was for DUI…" April 23

  • Deal for 2019 Florida-Miami game close to being finalized

    College Football Talk "Back in October of last year, it was reported that Florida and Miami were closing in on a deal that would pit the two football programs against each other in the 2019 season opener in Orlando. Over the past six months, there’s been no public movement on that front, although it appears that could..." April 13

  • Georgia's Smart won't allow transfers to Miami

    The Score "Kirby Smart is laying down the law at Georgia. If any Bulldogs are hoping to follow former head coach Mark Richt to Miami, Smart has some news for them. "I wanted to set the precedent for the future that kids would not be able to go to Miami right away," Smart told Seth Emerson of..." March 22

  • 2017 QB N’Kosi Perry commits Miami Hurricanes ‘for good’

    The Score "Someday, N’Kosi Perry might look back on this and smile. He committed to Miami and then backed out, but now he’s back with the Hurricanes, he said, “#ForGood.” A senior-to-be at Ocala-Vanguard High, Perry told Mark Richt on Saturday he wanted to be a part of the 2017 class, announcing his..." March 22

  • Jon Semerene given boot by Hurricanes

    ESPN "Kickoff specialist Jon Semerene was dismissed from Miami's football team Friday, hours after he was arrested and charged with driving under the influence. The 20-year-old Semerene was being held Friday night on $2,000 bond, according to Miami-Dade jail records." March 19

  • Two Miami Hurricanes football players arrested in Miami Beach

    Miami Herald "The case against at least one of the University of Miami football players arrested on Wednesday night will not be prosecuted by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office — with the other player expected to get the same resolution when he goes to court. Trevor Darling and Jahair Jones were arrested..." March 10

  • Kemore Gamble decommits from Miami Hurricanes

    Palm Beach Post "New Miami tight ends coach Todd Hartley expressed a great deal of excitement about the future of his position group. In all likelihood, that will not include Kemore Gamble. Gamble, a senior-to-be at Miami Southridge High, announced Tuesday he was backing off his commitment to the Hurricanes." March 08

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