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Monday, July 15, 2024
July 15 , 2024

The end of the line

After 14 consecutive years of having a Cane selected in the first round of the NFL Draft, the streak looks like it is going to come to a screeching halt this weekend.

Being the burger: My night as a champion

For three consecutive baseball seasons, my friend Steve and I have had one singular goal directing almost every aspect of our lives: win the Hamburger Race, a promotion which usually takes place once a weekend.

Stein: Seniors brought relevance back to Miami’s basketball program

As senior Jack McClinton’s final home free throw fell through the hoop for the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday afternoon, Coach Frank Haith called timeout and substituted Cyrus McGowan for McClinton.

Stein: It’s foolish to discount this year’s baseball team

I am not saying this year’s team is a title contender. I do, however, refuse to rule them out after four games.

Player-by-player recruiting breakdown

Taking a look at all of Miami's recruits in the 2009 class.

Signing day superlatives

Taking a look at the players who actually signed their Letter of Intent today, here is my second annual Signing Day Superlatives.

Where to go from here?

With Defensive Coordinator Bill Young taking off for Oklahoma State, who do Randy Shannon and the Hurricanes turn to now?

Miami’s recruiting class begins to take shape

Here’s a look at Miami’s recruiting picture with about three weeks until National Signing Day:

Stein: Transfer of Robert Marve provides for change in direction of offense...

Throughout the season, I argued that the dual-quarterback system worked for the ‘Canes. Neither was a complete player, and the combination usually worked to get the hot hand on the field at the end of the game. However, it is apparent that for the team to move forward a clear vision has to emerge. That means a clear starter.

High school all-star weekend: A recruiting recap

This past weekend proved to be an eventful one on the recruiting trail for the Hurricanes. The two major, national high school all-star games were played on consecutive days; the Army All-American Bowl on Saturday and the Under Armor All-American Bowl on Sunday. As is tradition, both games featured players announcing their college choices to the nation by selecting their school’s hat from a table at different time during the games.

Dan Stein

Senior Sports Writer