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2017 Schedule
9-4, 2nd in ACC - Coastal
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7dBilly Tucker

Scout's Take: Al Blades Jr. to Miami

Mark Richt and the Hurricanes addressed their back seven with a commitment from explosive and versatile defensive back Al Blades Jr.

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12dESPN.com

Who is the future coach on each Top 25 team?

Andrea Adelson believes that a particular Miami offensive lineman is the current Hurricane most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz is among the handful of assistants in Orlando, Fla., participating in the NCAA Champion Forum, a networking and leadership seminar for minority coaches identified as potential future head coaches. Diaz, going into his second year with the Hurricanes, has built a strong resume and would welcome the opportunity to lead a program one day. "You want to take all the experiences you've had, you want to take all the great things you've learned from all the different people who've influenced you throughout your career and have a vision that you want to set," Diaz said. "As any type of competitor, you want to see how that would go."

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16dESPN.com

Who's the next Jabrill Peppers?

Braxton Berrios is an all-around offensive weapon who played a huge role in the Hurricanes' Russell Athletic Bowl win over West Virginia.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Miami offensive tackle Sunny Odogwu announced Friday he will take advantage of the graduate transfer rule and play at UCLA in his final season of eligibility. His arrival will be a welcomed addition for the Bruins, who were in need of additional players to compete to strengthen the offensive line. With Kolton Miller at left tackle, Odogwu, who was listed at 6-foot-8, 325 pounds, should compete for the starting job at right tackle. He started 14 games in three seasons for Miami, including the first four last season prior to a season-ending ankle injury.

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Richt gets key to Miami

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt (fourth from right) was honored Thursday morning with a ceremonial key to the City of Miami from mayor Tomas Regalado. "It's like no place in America," Richt said of both his school and the city to the Sun-Sentinel. (Courtesy: @ChristyChirinos/Twitter)

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Recruiting Nation

Updated 2018 class rankings: Canes on top

Miami is off and running in the 2018 cycle and looking for its first top-five class since landing the No. 1 class in 2008.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami offensive tackle Sunny Odogwu is leaving the program, leaving the Hurricanes without one of their more experienced linemen for 2017. Odogwu started 14 games over three seasons, but missed most of last year with a leg injury and was limited during spring practice. He told coach Mark Richt he feels he will have a better opportunity at playing time at another school. Odogwu has already graduated, so he will have a chance to play right away at his next destination.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said he expects the revenue gap between his conference and the Big Ten and SEC to close once the ACC Network launches in 2019. "That's why we're doing the channel," Swofford said. "We fully expect a gap with particularly the Big Ten and SEC here for a couple of years but that's the very reason we've signed to do what we're doing. We fully expect that gap will narrow considerably when we get the channel up and running."

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39dDavid M. Hale

Miami takes a new approach to grad transfers

Mark Richt took out what amounts to a personal ad when he posted on Twitter to seek a graduate transfer to play running back at Miami.

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42dAndrea Adelson

Miami's 2001 legacy living on in a new team

Miami cornerbacks coach Mike Rumph played on the tough Miami defenses of the early 2000s and is now passing along the passion of his teammates who died young.

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47dMel Kiper Jr.

Top undrafted free agents to watch

The Packers were among the NFL's 10 worst for net punting in 2016. Could Miami product Justin Vogel fix that problem?

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54dAndrea Adelson

Get ready for the Year of the Defense in the ACC

While strong QB play got the ACC's headlines in 2016, the defenses, which feature some of the league's top stars, may generate a national buzz in '17.

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