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  • More post-season honors roll in for Pat O'Donnell, fellow Miami Hurricanes

    The post-season honors continue rolling in for the Miami Hurricanes, including Pat O'Donnell. The graduate-student punter who transferred to Miami from Cincinnati was named a USA Today second-team All-American on Wednesday, the same day he was named a...
  • Al Golden wins Lombardi Award for Excellence in Coaching

    Al Golden wins Lombardi Award for Excellence in Coaching
    Miami coach Al Golden has dealt with his share of adversity in his three years with the Hurricanes. He was recognized Wednesday night for his part in helping Miami navigate one of the toughest chapters in its history while leading the Hurricanes to...
  • Five 'Canes invited to NFL Scouting Combine

    Five University of Miami football players have accepted invitations to next month's NFL Combine.  Quarterback Stephen Morris, receiver Allen Hurns, punter Pat O'Donnell and offensive linemen Brandon Linder and Seantrel Henderson will be among the more...
  • Hurns, O'Donnell, Perryman among winners of 'Canes team awards

    Hurns, O'Donnell, Perryman among winners of 'Canes team awards
    Miami Hurricanes linebacker Denzel Perryman and punter Pat O'Donnell have been leading the way in post-season conference honors for the Hurricanes and Saturday night, they--along with receiver Allen Hurns--got recognition from their own coaches at Miami's...
  • Miami's Al Golden, Blake James talk Russell Athletic Bowl

    Miami coach Al Golden was on the road recruiting Sunday night when the Hurricanes accepted an invitation to play in this year’s Russell Athletic Bowl. Monday afternoon though, the third-year coach and Miami athletic director Blake James shared...
  • 'Canes athletic director Blake James says he believes Al Golden will stay at UM

    'Canes athletic director Blake James says he believes Al Golden will stay at UM
    For the Miami football program, the Al Golden watch continues. ESPN’s Brett McMurphy reported early in the day that the Hurricanes coach would be meeting with Penn State on Saturday about its vacant coaching position after former Nittany Lions...
  • Canes, Noles will meet this late in season as top 10 teams for first time since 2004

    Canes, Noles will meet this late in season as top 10 teams for first time since 2004
    For the first time in a decade, Miami and FSU will meet as top-10 teams. When two of college football’s major rankings were released Sunday afternoon, the Hurricanes, who escaped Sun Life Stadium on Saturday with a 24-21 win over Wake Forest,...
  • Canes running attack not helped by early deficit against Virginia Tech

    For the first time this year, Miami played a full game without leading rusher Duke Johnson. The running back, who is out for the season after fracturing his ankle in Miami’s 41-14 loss to Florida State last week, was on the Hurricanes’...
  • Miami Hurricanes should be insulted by the odds against them

    Miami Hurricanes should be insulted by the odds against them
    It is not a shock to open a paper to find Florida State listed as a 22-point favorite. The Seminoles (7-0) are No. 3 in the Bowl Championship Series standings and have defeated their last three opponents by a combined score of 163-31. Florida State is...
  • Gina Marie Lindsey: She's piloting LAX into the 21st century

     Gina Marie Lindsey: She's piloting LAX into the 21st century
    Don't think that Gina Marie Lindsey is up in an ivory control tower. This week, the executive director of Los Angeles World Airports will be joining an estimated 2.6 million passengers in the Christmas/New Year's scrum at LAX, on her own holiday travels....
  • Bits Of Stuff, In Homage To Larry King

    When the great Larry King would poll his late-night radio audience on Why Are You Up night, I was among his largest demographic, law school students. He remains a distinctive host and interviewer. King's also a fine guest, as he reminded fans of the...