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Longtime Miami Hurricanes baseball coach Ron Fraser dies at 79

Ron Fraser

Longtime Miami Hurricanes head coach Ron Fraser, whose baseball teams won national championships in 1982 and 1985, has died at age 79 in Weston, Florida.

News reports have said that he had been battling Alzheimer’s for many years.

His career record was 1,271 wins, 438 losses and 9 ties.

Nicknamed the “Wizard of College Baseball,” he was one of the most successful coaches in NCAA Baseball history, and was also responsible for bringing college baseball to a new level of public awareness. The Miami Hurricanes baseball team went from being on the brink of being shutdown to being the toast of college baseball under Fraser’s tenure.

Fraser was inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006.




REVISTED: Ohio State 31 Central Florida 16; Defensive mistakes, no QB pressure, new stars found


51,346 Noah Spence Freshman LEO DE OSU 31 UCF 16 Sept 8, 2012

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COLUMBUS, OHIO — Just like the week before in the Miami, Ohio game, the Ohio State defense made a boatload of mistakes.

The defense had trouble with pass coverages and long runs by the running back.

Freshman DE Noah Spence

On Central Florida’s first touchdown, Storm Johnson, the Miami Hurricanes transfer, rumbled 48 yards down the right sideline and would’ve took it to the house if he hadn’t ran out of gas at the Ohio State 12.

On the Knight’s second touchdown, on a fourth-down, a 2-yard pass to fullback Billy Giovanetti out of a three-receiver cluster formation. The fullback simply got open and one was arround to defend on defense for the Buckeyes.

Another area which was suppose to be strong was the pass rush with John Simon, Johnathan Hankins and Garrett Goebel around. But for the second straight week, was a no-factor due to QB Blake Bortles quick release to get the pass out. He was not hurried, was sack once and threw three interceptions only because of his careless, not the OSU pass rush. Simon, to be fair here, was double-teammed most of the day.

The defense with nine pass breakups was a positive sign.

Freshman DT Tommy Schutt

The defense did have its stars in Travis Howard, Orhian Johnson and Etienne Sabino all with the interceptions

The fans did get to see some new stars from three freshman, DE Noah Spence, DT Tommy Schutt and DE Adolphus Washington. Remember those names, because they’ll be the next All-Big Ten performers on the defense.

Freshman DE Adolphus Washington



Photos and audio from Stuart Mason



Miami wins for the first time at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium


Cameron Indoor Stadium court (photo by Greenstrat & Fuzzy510 via wikipedia commons)

Reggie Johnson

Kenny Kadji

Reggie Johnson scored five of his career-high 27 points in the overtime period and Kenny Kadji canned 15 as the Miami Hurricanes upset seventh-ranked Duke on Sunday, 78-74.

Duke did not help themselves by missing all six free throw attempts in overtime.

The Hurricanes at 14-7, 5-3 in the ACC blew a 16-point lead and needed the extra period to win.

The win was Miami’s first at Cameron Indoor Stadium and only their second over the Blue Devils since they joined the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Seth Curry scored 22 points and freshman Austin Rivers added 20  for Duke who drops to 19-4, 6-2.

Miami is on its first four-game winning streak since 2008 and have won three straight ACC  road contests for the first time ever.


Info compiled from Miami Hurricanes & Duke University athletics

OSU AT MIAMI GAMEDAY: Buckeyes can’t pass, tackle or score touchdowns in 24-6 embarrassment


Jordan Hall was the only star on offense rushing 14 times for 87 yards (courtesy of OSU athletics)

There were several weaknesses exposed in Ohio State’s 24-6 national television embarrassment to the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday night.

They couldn’t pass, catch, score touchdowns and the quarterbacks looked lost, completing 4 of 18 passes for a feeble 35 yards.

Joe Bauserman, who is turning into a one-game wonder, played tentative and scared, and didn’t to anything to secure the #1 quarterback job which most fans and media feel he shouldn’t be competing for anyway.

Braxton Miller showed he could make plays when plans break down, did lose a fumble and threw an interception which was tipped by his own receiver. However, he showed more poise than Bauserman, who looked out of his league.

The running game led by Jordan Hall and Carlos Hyde kept the game from being more lopsided than it was.

Hall, back from a two-game suspension by the NCAA, gave the offense a big lift by rushing for 87 yards on 14 carries before cramps slowed him in the second half.

Hyde continued his hard-nosed, bulldozing running with 54 yards.

The Hurricanes were led on offense by running back Lamar Miller, a sophomore who rushed for 184 yards on 26 carries. His 54-yard run through the right side on the first play from scrimmage set up Miami’s first touchdown and they were never in any real jeopardy after that.

Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV news

OHIO STATE AT MIAMI (FL) GAMEWEEK: QB Harris among the best all-time at Miami


Jacory Harris (Miami photo)

J12 is the nickname they call Miami Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris.

He starts the 2011 season having his name listed among the school’s all-time quarterbacks on the stat list: Ken Dorsey, Vinny Testeverde, Steve Walsh, Gino Torretta, Craig Erickson, Bernie Kosar and Brock Berlin.

The Ohio State game will be Harris’ first of the season after being suspended for the Maryland game. Harris appears in six different career records categories.

Harris is ranked third all-time in pass attempts, passing yardage and total offense, second in touchdown passes thrown and sixth in pass completions percentage.

Harris is on a pace to pass Ken Dorsey in two categories, needing to complete 161 passes and attempt 284 passes to become the record holder. In 2010, he connected on 148 passes and attempted 270.

Harris moved into sole possession of second place in touchdown passes thrown all-time on October 23, 2010 when he threw touchdown passes to LaRon Byrd, Travis Benjamin and Leonard Hankerson against North Carolina.

In touchdown passes all-time, Harris has 50, but Ken Dorsey has 86.

Info compiled from Miami athletics

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