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10-3, 1st in ACC - Coastal

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Congratulations to Jim Morris and the University of Miami baseball team for their season opening victory over Rutgers!!U Family!

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Arkansas State sues Miami over canceled game

Arkansas State has filed a lawsuit against the University of Miami saying Miami has refused to reschedule a game that was postponed last September due to Hurricane Irma. The game had been scheduled for Jonesboro, Arkansas.

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10dCraig Haubert and Tom VanHaaren

Top teams and top prospects in 2019 recruiting

The Class of 2018 was so yesterday, and recruiting never stops. With attention on 2019, top classes such as Texas A&M's are taking shape and the biggest recruiting battles have already begun.

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12dGerry Hamilton

Winners and losers from national signing day

National signing day is in the books. Florida State and USC rallied for big finishes while other teams saw high hopes fizzle out at the finish line.

Hurricanes land third-ranked DT prospect (1:38)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star defensive back Tyson Campbell commits to Georgia over Miami and Alabama.

Hurricane commit Blades Jr. is ready for show time (0:38)
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18dAndrea Adelson

Shirreffs appeals Miami restrictions on transfer

Miami won't allow backup QB Evan Shirreffs to make a graduate transfer to any ACC school or five nonconference schools, so Shirreffs will appeal to the NCAA, Hurricanes AD Blake James says.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami has a big opportunity before signing day, expecting five-star teammates Patrick Surtain Jr. and Tyson Campbell on visits this weekend.

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29dDavid Hale

Miami CB Young to have career-ending surgery

Miami announced Sunday that cornerback Malek Young will undergo career-ending surgery for a neck injury he suffered during the Hurricanes' game against Wisconsin in the Capital One Orange Bowl.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Awful news for Miami... CB Malek Young will undergo career ending neck surgery following an injry suffered in the Orange Bowl.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The Division I Council did not take action on the issue Wednesday of allowing redshirts in football to retain eligibility if they play in four games or fewer -- but the proposal is scheduled to go to vote in April and could go into effect this August. The proposal appears to have considerable support. If passed, it would replace the medical hardship rule. Said Miami AD Blake James, chair of the council: "I don't think it's right for a young man to lose a redshirt over what may be a need for a team in a competitive situation to have to find a player to play. Whether it's a bowl game or a game later in the season, personally I struggle with why we would take away the redshirt if they stay within a certain percentage [of games.]"

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami is still about $1 million away on the initial $34 million price tag on the indoor facility. It launched a crowdfunder in late August that has raised $800,000, thanks in large part to the team's success in 2017.

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