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April 25 , 2024

Jacob Lichtenstein back in South Florida, ready to leave his mark at UM

"Being in California, at USC, my family [and] all my resources, I didn't have them," Lichtenstein said. "Being back here, just having that support system and having all those connections that I have down here, it's great, and it's making all the difference."

Offense scores four touchdowns, secondary makes plays in UM’s spring ...

An intense and spirited month of spring football culminated Saturday afternoon with Miami's annual spring football game, taking place at Drive Pink Stadium.

Takeaways from day 14 of Miami spring football practice

Miami concluded its final practice before its annual spring game on Saturday, followed by a media availability with head coach Mario Cristobal, offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, as well as freshmen Jacurri Brown, Cyrus Moss and Jaleel Skinner. Transfers Frank Ladson Jr. and Logan Sagapolu also spoke to the media after practice. Here are some takeaways and highlights from day 14 of UM's spring practices.

Linebacker Tirek Austin-Cave enters transfer portal

Third-year linebacker Tirek Austin-Cave has entered the transfer portal. This was first reported by the Orange Bowl Boys and Caneville.

Oregon transfer Jonathan Denis commits to Miami

Jonathan Denis, a third-year freshman who did not appear in a game with the Ducks, announced his intentions to transfer to Miami in a Twitter post Saturday night. He follows offensive lineman Logan Sagapolu, who transferred from Oregon to UM in late January.

Takeaways from day 11 of Miami spring football practice

The Hurricanes were back on the Greentree Practice Fields for their 11th practice of the spring on Thursday, followed by a media availability with head coach Mario Cristobal, linebacker Corey Flagg Jr., defensive lineman Jordan Miller, wide receiver Key'Shawn Smith and offensive lineman Jalen Rivers.

Takeaways from day 10 of Miami spring football practice

UM kicked off its fourth week of spring practice at the Greentree Practice Fields on Tuesday, followed by a media availability with cornerback Te'Cory Couch, linebacker Keontra Smith and wide receivers Xavier Restrepo and Jacolby George.

‘He’s a baller’: versatile D’Eriq King ready to pla...

"The more you could do, the more valuable you are, so if I can be one guy on a roster that can [play] back-up quarterback, receiver, special teams, whatever I can do," King said after his Pro Day performance. "It's all about getting the best opportunity to make the roster."

Chris Caputo hired as George Washington’s head coach

"I would not have taken this role if I didn't believe with my whole heart that we are going to build a program the whole university community will be proud of," Caputo said in the same release. "The tradition is here, the desire to win is here, the fanbase is here, and that's a great place to start ... GW fans and the worldwide network that this excellent university has around it are going to love what they see from our program."

Takeaways from day eight of Miami football spring practice

The Hurricanes were back on the Greentree Practice Fields Thursday morning for their eighth practice of spring football, which was followed by a media availability with defensive linemen Chantz Williams and Jahfari Harvey, as well as offensive linemen Jakai Clark and Justice Oluwaseun.

Luke Chaney

Luke Chaney is a sophomore from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. studying journalism and public relations. Chaney joined The Miami Hurricane in the beginning of his freshman year as a sports reporter. His favorite memory reporting on UM Athletics has been covering Miami football spring practice. In addition to his work as Sports Editor, he also writes about the Miami Dolphins for Five Reasons Sports and works as a play-by-play broadcaster at WVUM 90.5 FM. When he's not writing about sports, Chaney loves to play basketball and hang out with friends and family.