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Torretta: Orange Bowl Was 'Just Electric'

The nostalgia of the dumpy yet historical Orange Bowl was a polarizing topic on WQAM yesterday. What was it like to play in the stadium as a Heisman-winning quarterback? 81 more words


Miami Hurricanes to honor 1989 title team during Florida State game

Miami’s upcoming game against Florida State will include a special tribute to the 1989 national championship team, the Post has learned.

This year is the 25th anniversary of the Hurricanes team, featuring quarterback… 345 more words


SiriusXM College Sports Nation reacts to Michigan mishandling concussion injury

The University of Michigan admitted they mishandled the injury to quarterback Shane Morris in Saturday’s 30-14 loss to Minnesota. A statement released by Wolverines’ athletic director Dave Brandon read, “In my judgment, there was a serious lack of communication that led to confusion on the sideline.” 328 more words


The Top 5 Heisman Busts

IT’s the most prestigeous award any college football player will ever receive and it is given to the one player who best exhibits the pursuit of excellence both on and off the field. 513 more words


How Will Texas A&M Reload For The 2014 Season?

Gino Torretta from Sirus XM Radio joined Mad Radio and they talked about Johnny Manziel and his wild offseason, how the Aggies will replace Manziel and the other players that left for the draft, a SEC preview and what to expect out of the Longhorns next season. 19 more words


A Look Back on Quarterback U and a Decade of Dominance

Six NFL quarterbacks, five All-Americans, four first-rounders, three Pro-Bowlers, two Heisman Trophy winners, and one Hall-of-Famer. The University of Miami from 1980 to 1992 was home to what is undoubtedly the best stretch of quarterback play in college football history, and it serves as a stark contrast to the lackluster product they manufacture today. 2,036 more words


Panthers fall behind early, lose to Miami 41-31

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst insists the Panthers are making progress.

Maybe, but at the moment the program appears on a treadmill of mediocrity it can’t seem to shake. 894 more words