Miami Hurricanes News: Lance Guidry sends out offers, Hoops vs. Louisville

Dec 7, 2022; Coral Gables, Florida, USA; against the Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 7, 2022; Coral Gables, Florida, USA; against the Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports /

Less than a week after being hired as defensive coordinator new Miami Hurricanes defensive coordinator Lance Guidry has sent out multiple offers according to Saturday Road. The Miami basketball team is a huge favorite on Saturday night as they attempt to win their 20th game of the season versus Louisville.

Defensive back Dylan Day, Louisiana athlete Anthony Robinson, athlete Joel Rogers and edge rusher Elias Williams all tweeted that they received offers from Guidry as curated by Saturday Road. Mario Cristobal and Guidry also have the task of replacing linebackers coach Charlie Strong who will not return in 2023.

The Miami Hurricanes basketball team will attempt to win its fourth straight game versus Louisville which has already set the program record for losses during a 3-21 season. Miami will attempt to keep pace with first Clemson, Pittsburgh and Virginia who are all 10-3 a half-game ahead of 10-4 Miami in the ACC.

Following the hiring of Guidry the biggest focus of the four open positions on the Miami Hurricanes football staff is offensive coordinator. Several reports have come out in the last few days about candidates Cristobal has interviewed. Cristobal has been known to do things with his program discretely.

The possibility is that the new offensive coordinator is a name that has been released publically. Guidry was completely off the radar of a potential replacement for his predecessor Kevin Steele. Miami starts spring practice in three weeks. The Miami Hurricanes also have openings at quarterback and wide receiver coaches.

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Miami football legends Devin Hester, Andre Johnson and Reggie Wayne were all snubbed from the announcement of the 2023 Pro Football Hall of Fame class during the NFL Honors on Thursday night. Hester, Johnson and Wayne all put up Hall of Fame numbers during their careers. All three remain eligible for the 2024 HOF class.