Miami Hurricanes News: Injury updates, Jeremiah Smith update

Oct 15, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 15, 2022; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports /

Mario Cristobal updated the injuries for the Miami Hurricanes football team with the media on Monday. Offensive linemen Jonathan Denis, Zion Nelson and Antonio Tripp and running back Tre’Vonte Citizen are all expected to miss the season opener on Friday night versus Miami (Ohio).

Hunter Shelton of On3 wrote, Miami ‘throwing everything they can’ at Ohio State WR commit Jeremiah Smith.” Smith is the top-ranked prospect in the 2024 class according to the On3 Industry Ratings. On the Inside Scoop Podcast, Stephen Wagner of CaneSport broke down the Miami recruitment for Smith.

The Sporting News ranks the Miami Hurricanes football team 46th in their “College football rankings from 1 to 133.” Miami opens the season on Friday night versus Miami (Ohio) who is ranked 98th by The Sporting News. The Sporting News ranks Miami sixth among ACC teams.

Canes County Publisher Marcus Benjamin wrote about

The best quotes from Miami fall camp 2023.”

Defensive coordinator Lance Guidry, wide receivers coach Kevin Beard and 13 players were quoted by Benjamin who embedded the videos of the quotes in the article. The quotes focus on the progression during training camp.

Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald wrote about the “The buzz on Miami Hurricanes’ defensive personnel and who has excelled in practice.” Jackson spoke with a Miami Hurricanes defensive staffer about which players have impressed during training camp going through each position.

Former Miami Hurricanes football alumnus Lou Hedley earned the punting job with the New Orleans Saints. Hedley has received a lot of notice as a 30-year-old NFL rookie and formerly owned a tattoo shop. Hedley averaged 42.7 yards per punt, had four inside the 20 and forced two fair catches during the preseason.

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Alex Donno of All Hurricanes askedMiami Hurricanes Offense: Changed For The Good? “We’ll See Friday!” Donno subtitled his post “How will the new-look Canes offense perform against Miami of Ohio in the season opener?” Offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson responded “We’ll see Friday” about offensive progress.