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  1. Blog debate: Who is ACC Coach of the Year?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | ESPN

    The ACC regular season is in the books and award time is upon us. The conference has already announced its All-ACC team and plans to release its winners for ACC Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year and others throughout the week.


  2. Pitt Panthers Defeat Miami: Become Bowl EligibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 |

    With a 35-23 victory over Miami the Pitt Panthers became bowl eligible. The Panthers finished the season in their second season in the ACC.


  3. UM Drops Regular Season Finale to PittsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 | NBC Miami

    The regular season ended on a down note for the Miami Hurricanes in their 35-23 loss to the Pittsburgh Panthers. The loss was the third straight for the Hurricanes and it gave the school a 6-6 record for the season.


  4. Photo gallery: UM vs. Pittsburgh | Sat., Nov. 29, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | The Miami Herald

    Miami Hurricanes defensive back Ladarius Gunter celebrates after tackling Pittsburgh Panthers running back James Conner in the first quarter of UM's game against Pittsburgh at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014. Miami Hurricanes defensive back Ladarius Gunter tackles Pittsburgh Panthers running back James Conner in the first quarter of UM's game against Pittsburgh at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014.


  5. Miami Hurricanes' Clive Walford injured after setting UM markRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | The Miami Herald

    Walford, who came into Saturday's game against Pittsburgh leading the team in receptions and only two catches shy of mark for the most career catches by a UM tight end, passed Winslow when he hauled in a 5-yard pass from Walford, a fifth-year senior, later converted another third down with a 7-yard catch on the same drive. Two plays after that Walford injured his knee blocking for A dejected Walford tried to get off the trainer's table and put weight on the knee after trainers examined him, but couldn't.


  6. Hurricanes' offensive line hopes to bounce back against PittsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | Palm Beach Post

    For most of the season, Miami's offensive line performed well. Despite a rash of injuries, UM protected young standout quarterback Brad Kaaya and paved the way for record-setting running back Duke Johnson .


  7. Hurricanes seniors expect a emotionala home finale vs. PittsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | The Miami Herald

    They say they're not ones to look back. Yet on Saturday night, at least 19 Miami Hurricanes will reminisce as they prepare to play their final home game and run through the smoke for the last time.


  8. Character (Ac)Counts: Steelers LB Sean SpenceRead the original story

    Friday Nov 28 | Behind The Steel Curtain

    When promising rookie Sean Spence was carted off of the field during a preseason game in August of 2012, it was already clear he had been the victim of a pretty gruesome injury. As the reports came out about the extent of the injury, many people wrote him off as a "wasted" third-round draft pick.


  9. No excuses for Golden and MiamiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 27 | The Times Leader

    Miami coach Al Golden was polite and considerate and his response was firm and reasoned - even though he didn't like the question. "You can certainly argue that there was ," he said, referring to Miami's 30-13 loss to Virginia after the near-upset the previous week of undefeated Florida State.


  10. UM football freshmen embrace task of changing programa s downturnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 27 | The Miami Herald

    January will mark 13 years since UM last played for a national championship, and 11 since it last went to a major bowl game. Counting Miami's 6-5 record heading into Saturday night's regular-season finale against Pittsburgh at Sun Life Stadium, the Canes have lost at least four games every season since 2006.


  11. Miami Football: Why Duke Johnson Should Declare for the 2015 NFL DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | BleacherReport

    Bleacher Report's Matt Miller recently ranked Duke the No. 40 overall prospect and No.


  12. Seminole Post thumbnailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Palm Beach Post

    Nick O'Leary's toughest competition for the Mackey Award will come from a player who grew up on the opposite end of Palm Beach Country from the former Dwyer High standout. Miami's Clive Walford of Belle Glade and Minnesota's Maxx Williams join O'Leary as the three finalists.


  13. Pittsburgh vs. Miami: Complete Game PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | BleacherReport

    Pitt needs a victory to earn bowl eligibility for the seventh consecutive year, which would continue the second-best stretch in program history. Miami has dropped two straight contests, including a demoralizing 30-13 loss to Virginia last weekend.


  14. Crucial first-half stops kept UM in the game against VirginiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | The Miami Herald

    As poorly as Miami's defense played throughout much of the first half of Saturday's prime-time Atlantic Coast Conference matchup at Virginia, it could have been a lot worse for the Hurricanes going into halftime. UM gave up 214 yards of total offense, lost the time-of-possession battle by a margin of 20:07 to 9:53 and trailed 13-7 through 30 minutes of play, but the Canes came away with crucial stops when they needed them the most, after the Cavaliers were inside the 5-yard line on two occasions.


  15. Hurricanes players come to defense of Al Golden after bitter loss to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Palm Beach Post

    He told reporters in a small interview room underneath Scott Stadium that he would make no excuses for the loss, one of the ugliest of his four-year tenure . He insisted that his team, out of the ACC Coastal race after last week's loss to Florida State, was ready to play.


  16. Miami Hurricanes frigid against Virginia, lose Herb Waters to injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | The Miami Herald

    The Miami Hurricanes were cold Saturday night at Scott Stadium. But not the type of cold that had the 39,112 fans bundled in winter coats, scarves and mittens for the late autumn chill.


  17. Winning record still on line for Miami HurricanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Miami Herald

    Now, going into the wintry weather and hostile crowd at the University of Virginia's Scott Stadium, the Hurricanes need to find a way to pour their hearts into a game that on the surface doesn't mean much, but in the big picture means a great deal. Will Miami wilt when the going gets tough? Or will it rise to finish 2014 in a way that gives hope for the new horizon? "The fire is still there," senior left guard Jon Feliciano said this week, just two days after the Canes fell late to now top-ranked Florida State for the eventual loss that eliminated Miami from ACC title contention.


  18. Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Miami's State of the URead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Streaking The Lawn

    If it's Friday, it's blogger Q&A. This week, Miami SB Nation blog State of the U tackles our questions about the 2014 Hurricanes Cameron Underwood from State of the U was kind enough to answer questions about Brad Kaaya , the Miami defense, and just when Duke Johnson is getting promoted to Emperor-God Johnson.


  19. UM lineman Ereck Flowers lauded for effort vs. FSU, likely raised draft stockRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | The Miami Herald

    Less than two weeks removed from knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus, the 6-6, 324-pound junior anchored an offensive line that didn't allow a sack to the Seminoles, who boast defensive linemen Eddie Goldman and Mario Edwards Jr., projected to be first- or second-round NFL Draft picks. Flowers' performance was so impressive that at least one NFL analyst now believes he could sneak into the bottom half of the first round of next May's draft if he decides to forgo his final season.


  20. Former Salem stars shining bright at Virginia TechRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | The Virginian-Pilot

    Self-described "boys" from their time as teammates at Salem High, Virginia Tech's Bucky Hodges and Andrew Motuapuaka, despite playing on opposite sides of the ball, never had a one-on-one situation when tackling was fair game. Hodges had off-limits status as a quarterback, but the protective shield was finally pulled back in a scrimmage last spring.