Miami Hurricanes News: FSU Prep, Men’s and Women’s Hoops

Oct 28, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 28, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami Hurricanes football team continued its preparation for Saturday’s game at Florida State. On Thursday, the Miami women’s basketball team won its season opener 81-53 versus Jacksonville. After winning its season opener on Monday, the Men’s basketball team will hoist its Final Four banner on Friday.

Most of the discussion about the Miami Hurricanes football game at Florida State has centered around the starting QB. Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald askedRivalry week ends Saturday for Miami and FSU. Which Hurricanes QB will see it through?”Miller Degnan asked “will it end with Tyler Van Dyke (at) quarterback?

Canes County Publisher Marcus Benjamin examined a “By The Numbers: Side-By-Side Comparison – Miami Vs. Florida State.” Benjamin examined the Series History and the Stats for Miami and Florida State. The article concludes with an in-depth look at the coaches, odds and weather forecast.

Miami Hurricanes postgame host Alex Donno discussed “Whose Stock Is Rising And Falling For The Miami Hurricanes On Florida State Week?” for All Hurricanes and on the Locked on Canes Podcast. Some of the players on Donno’s list are obvious while he also featured one surprise.

Jasmyne Roberts and Arizona transfer Lemyah Hylton led the Miami Women’s basketball team with 14 points and Lashae Dwyer (13) and Lazaria Spearman each had 13. Following the men’s team unveiling its Final Four banner on Friday, the Women’s basketball team will hoist its Elite Eight banner on Sunday versus Fordham.

The Miami Men’s basketball team will host Central Florida on Friday night following the ceremony to lift their Final Four banner to the rafters 20 minutes before tipoff. Miami won its season opener 101-60 over NJIT on Monday. Central Florida defeated FIU 85-62 in its season opener on Monday.

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The Miami football program is favored as Four-Star RB Deandre Desinor names Top 10″ per On3.  Miami has a 58.5 percent chance for a commitment from  Desinor. The 2025 Miami class is ranked 20th nationally per the 247 Sports composite rankings. Miami has commitments from QB Luke Nickel and wide receiver Waden Charles.