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Miami Hurricanes News: Early National Signing Day, FSU Prep, TVD decision

Sep 23, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Mandatory Credit: Andy Lewis-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 23, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Mandatory Credit: Andy Lewis-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Miami Hurricanes football team is preparing for Florida State. Mario Cristobal and coordinators Shannon Dawson and Lance Guidry had their weekly meetings with the media on Monday. David Lake of Inside the U examined the decision Miami has to make at quarterback. Four players met with the media on Tuesday.

Cornerback Te’Cory Couch, edge rusher Rueben Bain, running back Mark Fletcher and left tackle Jalen Rivers spoke to the media on Tuesday. David Lang, Sports Executive Producer for Local 10 summarized that Fletcher, Bain fired up for rivalry against Florida State. Both players said the FSU game is why Miami is attractive.

Canes County Publisher Marcus Benjamin wrote that Miami coaches hinting at possible changes at quarterback for FSU game.” Cristobal wouldn’t commit to what decision the Miami Hurricanes football team would make at QB. Dawson stated that Tyler Van Dyke needs to improve on his check downs.

Lake expanded on that Mario Cristobal on evaluating the play of QB Tyler Van Dyke: We take it all into account.” Van Dyke as has been extensively discussed has thrown 10 interceptions in the last four games he has started. Lake transcribed the weekly appearance Cristobal had with Joe Rose on WQAM on Monday.

Who the Miami football team starts at QB will be the biggest question until kickoff at Florida State on Saturday. Sam Gillenwater of On3 wrote, Mario Cristobal opens up on how Tyler Van Dyke is handling struggles against NC State.” Gillenwater extensively quoted Cristobal discussing Van Dyke’s struggles.

Joe Tipton of On3 examined “The Top-10 Class Rankings heading into the early signing period” which begins on Tuesday. Miami currently has the seventh-ranked 2024 class. Miami has commitments from five-star shooting guard Jalil Bethea, four-star SG Austin Swartz and three-star small forward Isaiah Johnson-Arigu.

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Brandon Jenkins of 247 Sports examined “College basketball recruiting’s 10 best fits entering the early signing period for the class of 2024” Bethea is one of the players named by Jenkins. The guard-heavy system preferred by Jim Larranaga is an excellent fit for the skill set of Bethea and Swartz.