The Miami Heat are back! After starting off the year in an elongated slump, they’ve now returned to form. With that though, let me ask you something? Do you all still remember that time when Kendrick Nunn put up a 40-point performance during a preseason game against James Harden and the Houston Rockets… circa 2019? […] Miami Heat: Kendrick Nunn the underrated X-factor in team’s … [Read more...] about Miami Heat: Kendrick Nunn the underrated X-factor in team’s resurgence
Hurricanes center fielder Tony Jenkins hits an RBI single during the fourth inning versus Kent State at Mark Light Field on Feb. 19, 2020 (Coral Gables, Fla.). | David Santiago/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images The Hurricanes defeated the NC State Wolfpack behind third baseman Yohandy Morales’ two solo home runs, after dropping its ACC opening series to … [Read more...] about Miami dominates NC State in late innings to win first ACC series
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Miami has long been called #TEU by fans, let’s see if Will Mallory can keep that tradition in tact in ‘21. Miami has long been called Tight End U by fans and pundits alike. The ‘Canes produced a number of NFL tight ends over the past few decades including Bubba Franks, Jeremy Shockey, (redacted), Jimmy Graham, David Njoku, and Greg … [Read more...] about Miami Hurricanes 2021 Spring Position Preview: Tight Ends
The Miami Heat are in a tricky position right now. It’s not so much tricky as in a bad place to be or inescapable, as much as they are in a place that’s tough to read. Just two and a half weeks ago, a lot of people would have said that a total rebuild was needed and […] Miami Heat Trade Market: They should look to Chicago, if they must trade - All U Can Heat - All U Can Heat - … [Read more...] about Miami Heat Trade Market: They should look to Chicago, if they must trade
The Miami Heat are in the middle of a pretty interesting season. Starting off rocky and actually progressing through it that way for much of the first half, until a week or so ago, they’ve managed to somehow gather themselves a bit. With that though, they are still in need of something. Well, they could use […] Should Miami Heat peruse the buyout market thoroughly before … [Read more...] about Should Miami Heat peruse the buyout market thoroughly before thinking trade?
Credit: Miami Athletics Miami will have a chance for their first ACC series win of the season Sunday afternoon. The Miami Hurricanes moved to 4-4 (2-3 ACC) on the season with a 6-4 win over the NC State Wolfpack on Saturday afternoon. Freshman Alejandro Rosario was again spectacular in his third collegiate start and the Miami offense, which had been struggling, scored … [Read more...] about No.9 Miami 6, NC State 4: Hurricanes Bounce Back with Road Win
Photo by Mark LoMoglio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Avantae Williams Has Been Cleared For Football Activities. The Secondary is Now Officially A Strength. Avantae Williams is officially BACK. After a year long battle with an undisclosed injury that he was battling even at the onset of his short career at Miami, Avantae is finally cleared for football … [Read more...] about Tae’ DOW! How You Like Me Now!
Miami Hurricanes punter Lou Hedley (94) is heading into his third season as the Hurricanes’ punter. | Photo by John McCreary/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images New kicker Andres Borregales joins an elite group of Miami specialists this spring Two of the Miami Hurricanes’ most important special teams players will be back when 2021 spring football begins on March 13 and a … [Read more...] about Miami Hurricanes 2021 Spring Position Preview: Special Teams
The Miami Heat haven’t had the smoothest first half of the season, in the most untraditional of seasons and only tied with last season, but they have managed to climb back into the thick of things. Sitting alone in sixth place in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat have managed to climb back in after having […] Miami Heat should consider themselves in driver’s seat, … [Read more...] about Miami Heat should consider themselves in driver’s seat, but fortunately