The Gators and Hurricanes will celebrate the opening of the 150th anniversary season of college football on Aug. 24 and the NCAA approved moving the game up by one week.
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Former Miami standouts DeMarcus Van Dyke and Joel Rodriguez have been promoted to new roles on Manny Diaz's staff with the Hurricanes.
- NCAA approves Florida-Miami move to Aug. 24
- Diaz finalizes Miami coaching staff
- Gators, Canes in talks to move opener to Aug. 24
- Cager transfer from Miami boosts UGA WR depth
Five of the past six national champs had first-year starters, and jobs are up for grabs at places such as Auburn, Michigan State and Oklahoma State.
While the change will require NCAA approval, Miami and Florida are discussing whether to move their season opener up a week to Aug. 24. If moved, the game would serve as a prime-time kickoff for the sport's 150th season.
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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
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Wide receiver Jeff Thomas announced on Tuesday night he's going to remain with the Miami Hurricanes after initially stating his intentions to transfer to Illinois.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Todd Hartley, a previous member of Georgia's coaching staff, has been hired as the team's tight ends coach. Hartley, a UGA graduate and native of Gray, Georgia.,had worked as Miami's special teams coordinator and tight ends coach under Mark Richt the previous three seasons.The Bulldogs are still searching for a defensive coordinator.