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Locked On Canes podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Miami Hurricanes. Hosted by Alex Donno, the Locked On Canes podcast provides your daily Hurricanes fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Miami Hurricanes and the “U”. From the thunderous touchdowns at Hard Rock Stadium to the lightning-fast plays at the Watsco Center and everyw ...
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Cam Ward is raising the bar at quarterback for the Miami Hurricanes. Ward stood out in Miami’s spring football game, throwing three touchdowns and zero interceptions. He looks comfortable in Shannon Dawson’s offense. Miami’s first team offense got the better of the first team D. Ward’s chemistry with receivers Xavier Restrepo and Isaiah Horton is e…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program has wrapped up its month of offseason football with the annual spring game on Saturday afternoon. In this instant reaction style podcast, InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share their takeaways from the game and discuss the notable recruiting news coming out of the day. Enjoy the podcast! Support our spo…
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The Miami Hurricanes have landed a verbal commit from yet another four star tight end in the class of 2025! Leo, Indiana standout Brock Schott chose Miami over Ohio State and several others. Schott is the 10th ranked tight end in America, Per 247Sports. He is known for his speed and ability to take the top off defenses. How will Schott complement f…
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Miami Hurricanes defensive end Malik Bryant joins Locked On Canes for an exclusive interview to talk about his development heading into his second season. Bryant arrived in 2023 as a linebacker, but has made the move to edge rusher. He tells host Alex Donno why his traits fit perfectly at his new position. Bryant explains what it's like to work wit…
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Miami’s early enrollee freshmen have been adapting quickly during the Hurricanes’ competitive spring football season. Standout safety Zaquan Patterson and offensive tackle Deryc Plazz join host Alex Donno to discuss how much they are improving this spring and where the Hurricanes stand. Miami will play their annual spring football game on Saturday,…
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The Miami Hurricanes have received crystal ball predictions on 247 Sports to land four star tight end Brock Schott in the class of 2025. Schott is the 10th ranked tight end in the nation, standing 6-3 and weighing 215 pounds. Earlier this week, the Hurricanes landed a verbal commitment from fellow four start TE Luka Gilbert. Gilbert is massive at 6…
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Miami Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal described how new starting quarterback Cam Ward has been able to adapt to his new team so quickly. Ward has only been on campus for three months. Cristobal described him as spending every waking free moment in the facility studying film and working out. Cristobal described Ward as an “alpha” who has earne…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program held its final practice on Thursday morning before the annual spring game on Saturday. In this instant reaction style podcast, InsideTheU’s David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share some takeaways from spring practice No. 14 and look ahead to what will be a big recruiting weekend for the spring game. Enjoy the episode.…
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Standout Oregon State running back Damien Martinez will reportedly enter the NCAA transfer portal. The Miami Hurricanes should make him a priority target. Martinez averages 6.1 yards per carry over his past two seasons as a Beaver. In 2023, he rushed for 1,185 yards and 9 touchdowns. Martinez is a big back at 6 foot tall and 230 lbs. Miami is repor…
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It’s being reported that Miami Hurricanes defensive end Nyjalik Kelly will be leaving through the transfer portal. Kelly missed most of last season with injury after a promising freshman season in 2022. In that first year, he recorded 15 quarterback pressures and four sacks. Why would Kelly decide to leave Miami now and where might he end up? Do th…
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There is plenty to talk about in today's instant reaction podcast. Miami picks up a big tight end commit in Luka Gilbert and defensive end Nyjalik Kelly has decided to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal. InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss it all here. Enjoy the show. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - Join Canes Connection today…
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The Miami Hurricanes have landed a verbal commitment from 4-Star tight end Luka Gilbert. The 6-7, 240 pounder from West Chester Ohio has chosen the Hurricanes over Ohio State, Michigan, Kentucky and several others. Gilbert’s length and catch radius makes him a deadly weapon in short yardage and the red zone. Host Alex Donno breaks down what makes G…
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In the latest episode of Through The Smoke, InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss the main takeaways from the fourth week of spring football for the University of Miami. What did we learn about the team during the fourth week? What key recruits made it to campus over the weekend? Which recruits did Miami make a strong impression on? Lake…
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The Miami Hurricanes have begun their final week of spring football. The Hurricanes come off a physical scrimmage over the weekend with linebacker Wesley Bissainthe and freshman tight end Elija Lofton among the standouts. Starting quarterback Cam Ward continues to play well, while the competition for his backup appears to be down to fellow transfer…
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How beneficial would the proposed College Football Super League be for the Miami Hurricanes? The idea, which effectively cuts the NCAA out of college football and makes the sport more similar to the NFL model, would allow CFB to operate without running into antitrust violations. It seems inevitable, but how long would it take for some form of the S…
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The Miami Hurricanes defense reportedly won the day in the team’s final football scrimmage before the upcoming spring game. Early enrollee linebacker Adarius Hayes applied a big hit on one of the team’s running backs. Transfer defensive back Meesh Powell intercepted Cam Ward. This is believed to be Ward’s first interception thrown during spring foo…
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The Miami Hurricanes offense seems to be keeping pace well with the defense so far in this stage of spring football. Cam Ward has looked like an NFL caliber quarterback and Miami’s receiving corps is showing maturity. How different will the Hurricanes offense look in 2024 and can they get close to 40 points per game? One of the biggest upgrades tha…
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Miami Hurricanes standout defensive lineman Rueben Bain is back, practicing in full, after missing some time in spring with a minor injury. “He’s a high level player. He looked like himself,” Cristobal said. Meanwhile, Cristobal has hinted that Emory Williams and Reese Poffenbarger are ahead of Jacurri Brown in the race for the backup quarterback j…
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There was no media viewing for spring practice No. 11, but there is plenty to discuss in this installment of an instant reaction podcast of Through The Smoke. The Miami Hurricanes football program will have plenty of big time recruits on campus this weekend and InsideTheU’s Gaby Urrutia discusses all the details. Enjoy the show. Support our sponsor…
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Is it too early to predict the Miami Hurricanes depth chart for the 2024 football season? Of course not! Trends are emerging in spring practice and incoming transfers like QB Cam Ward, DE Elijah Alston, C Zach Carpenter, DT CJ Clark, and safeties Meesh Powell and Savion Riley could find themselves in the starting lineup this season. Young players l…
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The Miami Hurricanes returned to the practice field on Tuesday, April 2nd. The tight ends stole the show in practice number ten. Miami spent most of the media viewing session working position drills. Early enrollee tight end Elija Lofton worked both at tight end and running back. Lofton received carries during power running drills and does not look…
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Miami wrapped up spring football practice No. 10 on Tuesday morning. InsideTheU's David Lake shares his quick takeaways in this instant reaction style podcast. Enjoy the episode. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - Join Canes Connection today and get 20% off the first month of your membership with promo code: 247 - MidwaySports: Visit midw…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program has wrapped up week three of spring football and held a scrimmage over the weekend. Where do things stand with the team after the midway point of spring? InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss the state of the team the the annual spring game approaching on April 13th. Enjoy this in-depth podcast on th…
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The Miami Hurricanes held a controlled scrimmage on Saturday in a session that was closed to the media. Reports from VIP observers have offered great reviews for quarterback Cam Ward. According to CanesInsight, Ward was “spectacular.” He connected with receiver Isaiah Horton for a long touchdown at the end of the scrimmage. Early enrollee freshman …
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Can the Miami Hurricanes continue to see offensive line improvement in 2024? The Hurricanes will have to replace standouts Matt Lee and Javion Cohen as the duo heads to the NFL. Miami added experienced transfer center Zach Carpenter to replace Lee. The battle for Cohen’s left guard job is wide open. Could sophomore Samson Okunlola emerge for that s…
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The Miami Hurricanes are among the finalists to land four-star class of 2025 linebacker Tarvos “TJ” Alford. The Vero Beach standout is set to announce his verbal commitment on Saturday. The Ohio State Buckeyes are considered to be in the lead. Can Miami overtake OSU between now and National Signing Day in December? The Hurricanes are hosting five-s…
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Is Miami Hurricanes running back TreVonte’ Citizen starting to look like his old self again? Miami head coach Mario Cristobal said this week that “something clicked with him” on Thursday. Citizen is a former 4-Star recruit but missed his first two collegiate seasons with a serious knee injury. Can Citizen provide an extra punch in the Hurricanes ba…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program held its eighth practice of the spring on Thursday morning. In this instant reaction style of 'Through The Smoke,' David Lake and Gaby Urrutia of InsideTheU share their thoughts on the action and events. Enjoy the episode. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - Join Canes Connection today and get 20% off …
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The Miami Hurricanes football program returned to action on Tuesday morning. UM is now at the midway point of the spring. In this instant reaction style edition of 'Through The Smoke,' InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share their thoughts from Tuesday's session. Enjoy the show. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - Join Canes Connect…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program has finished two weeks of spring football. In this edition of Through The Smoke, InsideTheU’s David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss what they have learned about the 2024 Hurricanes to this point and discuss some of the momentum that is building on the recruiting trail. Enjoy the latest episode! Support our sponso…
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After two full weeks of spring practice for the Miami Hurricanes, trends are emerging and progress is being made in key position battles. Which Miami players could use a big third week? Reese Poffenbarger and Jacurri Brown are in a battle for quarterback two, behind Cam Ward. Cornerbacks like Damari Brown, Robert Stafford and Demetrius Freeney are …
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Most of Miami’s known commodities are playing well so far in spring football. But are there any surprises who have been exceeding expectations so far? Some of the early enrollees, like linebacker Bobby Pruitt, receivers Joshisa Trader and Ny Carr, and tight end Elijah Lofton have been looking even better than advertised. Cornerback Ja’Dais Richard …
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The Miami Hurricanes put full pads on for the first time this spring on Thursday morning. The physicality was up and the battles between receivers and defensive backs in one on one drills were competitive. Xavier Restrepo and Mishael Powell were going head to head as usual with both winning some of the drills. Quarterback Cam Ward continues to thro…
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The Miami Hurricanes wrapped up spring football practice No. 5 on Thursday morning. It was UM's first practice in full pads this spring. InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss the main takeaways from Thursday's practice. Enjoy the podcast. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - MidwaySports: Visit midwaysports.com for all your sport…
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Miami Hurricanes star running back Mark Fletcher is now expected to be fully ready for fall camp this summer, which means he’ll likely be ready to start against the Florida Gators in the season opener. The update on Fletcher came from head coach Mario Cristobal on the same day it was reported that senior running back Henry Parrish Jr. is expected t…
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Former Miami Hurricanes starting quarterback Jacory Harris recently referred to Miami’s current QB room as the best in the country. What stands out most about Cam Ward, Reese Poffenbarger, Jacurri Brown, Emory Williams and Judd Anderson? Will Ward be able to maximize Miami’s offense along with weapons like Xavier Restrepo, JoJo Trader and Jacolby G…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program returned to action on Tuesday morning. UM held its fourth practice of spring after taking a week off due to spring break. InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share their thoughts from the practice in this instant reaction style podcast. Enjoy the show. Support our sponsors at Through The Smoke: - MidwaySpo…
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The Miami Hurricanes are losing running back Henry Parrish to the transfer portal. Parrish has spent the past two seasons in Coral Gables after starting his career at Ole Miss. At Miami, Parrish rushed for 1242 yards and 10 touchdowns. Might he end up reuniting with one of his former Miami running back coaches? How much will Parrish be missed at Mi…
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Will UConn, Houston, Purdue and North Carolina hold true to their number one seed in the NCAA Tournament? Can Iowa State, Tennessee, Marquette or Arizona break into the Final Four? Cinderellas, upsets, betting favorites and those 5/12 matchups. Locked On College Basketball hosts, Andy Patton and Isaac Schade join Tenitra Batiste to help walk you th…
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The Miami Hurricanes are considered to be the team to beat right now for 4-Star class of 2025 receiver Cortez Mills. Can Miami finish 2025 with an even better wide receiver class than the one they hauled in for the class of 2024 with standouts Joshisa Trader, Chance Robinson and Ny Carr? Miami is heavily in the mix right now with players like Mills…
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On Thursday, 3-Star wide receiver Tyler Williams made a surprise unofficial visit to the University of Miami. The Hurricanes are making the Riverview FL Sumner HS standout a priority. Not only is he a solid player and athlete, he’s known for his work ethic and being a student of the game. The Hurricanes also like a pair of his teammates, 3-Star LB …
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Which Miami Hurricanes sophomores are ready to break out in 2024? We already saw some of Miami’s talented 2023 freshmen like Rueben Bain, Mark Fletcher and Francis Mauigoa break out last year, but several more are ready to do the same this season. Offensive lineman Samsom Okunlola was a 5-Star recruit but missed most of his freshman campaign with i…
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The Miami Hurricanes have received a pair of “crystal ball” predictions from 247Sports to land 4-Star WR Cortez Mills in the class of 2025. The Homestead standout has been dominating the 7on7 circuit throughout this offseason and is wanted heavily by other programs like Florida, Clemson and Nebraska. Will Hurricanes WR Coach Kevin Beard be able to …
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The Miami Hurricanes football program is on spring break, but that won’t stop Through The Smoke from dropping an episode this week. In this mailbag style podcast, InsideTheU’s David Lake and Gaby Urrutia answer a handful of questions concerning UM’s football program after one week of spring football. Which position groups are looking strong? Which …
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Competitions on the field have been brewing throughout the first week of Miami Hurricanes spring practices. Freshman receiver Joshisa Trader and senior cornerback Daryl Porter have been creating battles in drills. The Hurricanes are on spring break now, but several players stayed in Miami to train before practices resume next week. Host Alex Donno …
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4-Stary Grayson (GA) standout cornerback Jaylen “Hollywood” Bell just received an offer from the Miami Hurricanes after an unofficial visit last week. Bell enjoyed the atmosphere of Miami’s campus and loved watching Hurricanes corners and receivers competing in practice. Bell speaks with Miami cornerbacks coach Chevis Jackson daily. Jackson just ar…
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In the 1980’s, at their peak, the Miami Hurricanes were the most hated college football program of all time. Can the Hurricanes ever regain this level of venom from opposing fans? Josh Pate recently brought this up on his show at 247 Sports. Hatred for Miami actually caused general CFB fans to root for programs like Alabama and Notre Dame when they…
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Miami Hurricanes 2025 verbal commit Luke Nickel performed well at the Pylon 7on7 event in Atlanta, Georgia over the weekend. The Milton, GA quarterback has been verbally committed to Miami since before his junior high school season. He led his team to a state championship last year. Can Miami keep him locked in to sign his national letter of intent…
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The Miami Hurricanes football program held its third practice of the spring on Friday morning. Friday’s session wrapped up the first week of spring football before the program goes on spring break for a week and returns to action on Tuesday, March 19th. In this instant reaction podcast, InsideTheU’s David Lake and Gaby Urrutia share their thoughts …
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