Texas AM Planning, Canes Leading For PG In Miami Hurricanes News

Texas AM Planning, Canes Leading For PG In Miami Hurricanes News

The Miami Hurricanes football team is preparing to welcome Texas A&M on Saturday after defeating Miami (Ohio) 38-3 to start the season. On Monday, Mario Cristobal, the head coach, Shannon Dawson, the offensive coordinator, and Lance Guidry, the defensive coordinator, met with the media.

The statements made by Cristobal, Dawson, and Guidry regarding the preparations for Texas A&M were described in Inside the U. Guidry claimed that he is paying close attention to the Texas A&M offense’s potential. Texas A&M is the most skilled team the Miami Hurricanes will face this season, according to David Lake of Inside the U.

For Miami’s matchup with Texas A&M, Brian Smith of All Hurricanes posed seven pressing questions. For All Hurricanes, Alex Donno wrote that Dawson is probably going to redshirt backup quarterbacks Jacurri Brown and Emory Williams this year. Each season, players are allowed to play in four games while still keeping their redshirt.

Miami was one of the “Five programs that won August” in recruiting, according to Adam Gorney of Rivals. Miami earned commitments from 2024 four-star talents Elias Rudolph, an edge rusher, and safety Zaquan Patterson, as well as from Kavion Broussard, a three-star offensive lineman who Gorney described as having “tons of potential.”

According to Saturday Down South, former five-star Monsignor Pace edge rusher Shemar Stewart claimed he was rejected when he chose Texas A&M over Miami. When they play Miami on Saturday, Stewart said he will no longer have buddies on the team. That ought to inspire the Miami offensive line after its rebuild.

For the Miami-Texas A&M game, Dean Straka of CBS Sports provided an early preview. Bobby Petrino, the Texas A&M offensive coordinator, quarterback Connor Weigman, and the Miami rushing attack were all complimented by Straka. Straka didn’t make any predictions for the Aggies vs. Hurricanes game.

At 1 PM on Tuesday, four-star point guard Austin Swartz will reveal where he will attend college. According to On3, Swartz has an 87 percent chance of committing to the Miami Hurricanes basketball team. Two 247 Sports crystal balls also predict that Swartz will commit to Miami.

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