D'Eriq King, who last week entered the NCAA transfer portal after playing four games for Houston last season, announced on social media Monday that he will transfer to Miami.
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From LSU vs. Clemson to Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. Hardin-Simmons, this is the first installment of the games that captivated and confounded in 2019.
- King 'Cane: Ex-Houston QB transfers to Miami
- FIU kicker who helped beat Miami joins Canes
- Miami makes Lashlee OC after shutout bowl loss
- Gators fill need at RB, add Miami transfer Lingard
Former FIU kicker Jose Borregales -- who played a huge role in the Panthers' stunning upset win over the Hurricanes in November -- announced in a tweet Sunday that he's enrolling at Miami as a graduate transfer.
Will we get a Trevor Lawrence vs. Justin Fields rematch? Which team could be the next LSU? These are the games, storylines and players we can't wait to see.
No Jimmy Johnson at The U? A string of Florida State championships? What would the legacies of certain teams and coaches be if they had played in the CFP era?
After a humiliating 14-0 bowl loss to Louisiana Tech, Miami coach Manny Diaz has hired Rhett Lashlee away from SMU to be the Hurricanes' offensive coordinator.
The Gators, who lose leading rusher Lamical Perine, filled a major need at running back by adding transfer Lorenzo Lingard, who never saw much action with the Hurricanes after he was considered one of the top recruits in 2018.
Offensive coordinator Dan Enos has been fired after just one season with the Hurricanes, who averaged just 25.7 points per game and lost 14-0 to Louisiana Tech in the Independence Bowl.
J'Mar Smith threw a touchdown pass and had a late scoring run to help Louisiana Tech beat Miami 14-0 on Thursday night in the only shutout in the Independence Bowl’s 44-game history.
Meet the players who changed the way football was played at their positions over the sport's entire history.
Now that the regular season has come to an end and bowl season is here, our writers rank the top players in the game.
Will Alabama show up with a point to prove against Michigan? Who will get a bowl bump heading into next season and which game could feature a points explosion? These are the storylines we'll be watching.
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ACC reporter David Hale discussing his article on the most entertaining bowl games of the season, why it's fun to watch random bowl games (6:38), how a statement in a bowl games can carry weight for the whole offseason, rooting for the Group of 5 team in the New Year's Six (20:43), what's at stake for Manny Diaz and Miami, and his thoughts on Clemson going into the playoff (32:09).