With less than two weeks to the early signing period, we're getting into that time of year where no commitment is safe. Even top prospects who've been pledged to one school for months can still flip at the last second.
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The new coaches at Florida and Florida State have connections everywhere, so it's no wonder those recruiting classes have a national flavor, but they also aren't going to let Miami have all the prospects in talent-rich Florida, either.
- Picking winners for every bowl game matchup
- Top QB recruit commits to LSU over uncle Richt
- Hurricanes part ways with starting WR Thomas
- Miami going back to Rosier as starting QB
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From Dec. 15 through Jan. 7, the Celebration Bowl through the CFP National Championship, Adam Rittenberg picks his winners for bowl season.
ESPN 300 four-star quarterback Max Johnson announced Wednesday he has selected the LSU Tigers over his uncle Mark Richt's Miami Hurricanes.
Travis Homer rushed for 168 yards and a long touchdown, DeeJay Dallas ran back a punt for one of his two scores and Miami closed its regular season by knocking off No. 24 Pittsburgh 24-3 on Saturday.
Jeff Thomas, who leads the Miami Hurricanes with 35 receptions for 563 yards, is no longer a member of the program, coach Mark Richt said in a statement released Wednesday.
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Miami announces standout WR Jeff Thomas is no longer part of the program. Coach Mark Richt issued a statement: "We have high standards for excellence, for conduct and for the commitment to team for all of the young men who wear our uniform, and we will not waver from those standards. We wish Jeff the very best as he moves forward in his journey."
N'Kosi Perry threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and Miami snapped a four-game losing streak with a 38-14 victory against Virginia Tech on Saturday.
TaQuon Marshall ran for 92 yards with two touchdowns and Georgia Tech scored 13 points off Miami's three lost fumbles to beat the struggling Hurricanes 27-21 on Saturday night.