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Miami Hurricanes 2009 Schedule
Sep 7
@ Florida St.
TBA
Sep 17
Georgia Tech
TBA
Sep 26
@ Virginia Tech
TBA
Oct 3
Oklahoma
TBA
Oct 10
Florida A&M
TBA
Oct 17
@ UCF
TBA
Oct 24
Clemson
TBA
Oct 31
@ Wake Forest
TBA
Nov 7
Virginia
TBA
Nov 14
@ North Carolina
TBA
Nov 21
Duke
TBA
Nov 28
@ USF
TBA
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Story Hurricanes hand FIU 15th straight defeat
By: The Associated Press, September 15, 2007
Just as the teams vowed, no fisticuffs marred the second meeting between Miami and Florida International.
Story Everett Moves His Arms and Legs
By: John Wawrow , September 12, 2007
Kevin Everett voluntarily moved his arms and legs on Tuesday when partially awakened, prompting a neurosurgeon to say the Buffalo Bills' tight end would walk again - contrary to the grim prognosis given a day before.
Story Miami vs. Oklahoma Football Report Card
By: Stacey Arnold, September 10, 2007
Kirby Freeman had major trouble connecting with receivers-even when he wasn't pressured in the pocket. He only completed a third of his passes (9-3-0) and managed a mere 17 yards. Ouch. Kyle Wright, surprisingly, seemed to be able to make better decisions and was much more effective with the passing game.
Story Sooners settle old score with 'Canes in a new way
By: Pravin Patel, September 10, 2007
The last time the Hurricanes (1-1) and Sooners (2-0) squared off was in 1988, when No. 2 Miami defeated No. 1 Oklahoma 20-14 for the national championship. Nineteen years later, the Sooners exacted a little revenge, hammering the Hurricanes 51-13.
Story No. 5 Sooners get revenge on Miami
By: The Associated Press, September 8, 2007
By the time Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford threw his school record-tying fifth touchdown pass, the bad memories from past Miami games were long gone.
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Story Texas A&M gets flattened by Miami Hurricanes
Houston Chronicle, September 21, 2007
Texas A&M's flaws had been buried under that undefeated record through three games. But facing a Miami team full of big, fast and athletic players, all of the Aggies' cracks came to the surface Thursday night.
Story Canes' performance perfectly timed
Miami Herald, September 21, 2007
The team desperately in need of a playmaker or a signature of any sort this early season was flying solo on the national stage for the first and last time this regular season, preparing to be exposed as a program that time and unfortunate recruiting has stripped of talent.
Story Unranked Canes make statement by steamrolling Aggies
Miami Herald, September 21, 2007
Everything clicked for Miami, which rolled over No. 20 Texas A&M to give Randy Shannon the biggest victory of his first season.
Story Hurricanes take big step in right direction
Sun Sentinel, September 21, 2007
There hasn't been a game like this in a few years at the Orange Bowl, a game where the joint came alive, where the great ghosts came awake, where everyone left talking about what Miami football has instead of what it doesn't.
Story Shields grabs the spotlight, torches A&M
Sun Sentinel, September 21, 2007
Sam Shields broke free Thursday night at the Orange Bowl. Free from the Texas A&M defensive backs too slow to keep up with him, and free from the funk shrouding his start to the 2007 season,
Story Hurricanes rolls up 402 yards, pummels 20th-ranked Aggies
Sun Sentinel, September 21, 2007
Call it an awakening from a few years of hibernation. It's been a while since the University of Miami had an offensive showing like Thursday night.
Story 'Canes provide reason for hope
Palm Beach Post, September 21, 2007
These were the Hurricanes of once upon a time. These were the Hurricanes again making the grounds of the crumbling Orange Bowl palace a dangerous place for a visitor to tread.
Story Kyle Wright has huge night for Miami Hurricanes
Palm Beach Post, September 21, 2007
It might be too early to say the University of Miami is back to its old form. But the Hurricanes resembled some of their not-to-distant predecessors on Thursday night with a dominating 34-17 victory against No. 20 Texas A&M.
Story Wright's 2 TD Passes Spark Canes Past No. 20 Aggies
Tampa Tribune, September 21, 2007
Wright completed 21 of 26 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns Thursday night as the Miami Hurricanes defeated No. 20 Texas A&M 34-17.
Story Hurricanes defense comes up big against Big 12 foe
Miami Herald, September 21, 2007
Miami limited No. 20 Texas A&M to 240 total yards -- 38 in the first half -- and forced three consecutive turnovers.
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