Kelvin Harris, Ryan McNeil, and Chloe Harrison recap the last game of the regular season for the Canes. After posting a 40-21 win over Duke, Miami may have earned a spot in a Tier 1 bowl game. The trio give grades and game balls to players in each phase of the game, and give listeners a taste of potential bowl matchups the Canes could have.
Kelvin Harris sits down with The State of the U's Jerry Steinberg and University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2017 inductee Stevie Edwards to preview Miami's 2016-17 men's basketball season. After a Sweet 16 loss to national champion Villanova, the Canes are a much younger team, featuring starting point guard Ja'Quan Newton and freshmen Bruce Brown and Dewan Huell. The trio also look back on Edwards' illustrious career with Miami, and how the program has evolved from its first postseason appearance since its rebirth to becoming a perennial NCAA Tournament participant.
Before Thanksgiving Day arrives, Kelvin Harris and Ryan McNeil recap Miami's win over NC State. The two break down the team's performance from all three phases of the game, with a special emphasis on the defense.
Kelvin Harris and State of the U's Jerry Steinberg discuss the Canes' last road game of the regular season at NC State. Though the Wolfpack has a solid defense, the two believe Miami will win by a comfortable margin -- listen to the episode as they break down all three phases of the game and explain why.
Kelvin Harris and The State of the U's Jerry Steinberg give brief expectations of the Canes' upcoming visit to Virginia. Now that Miami has snapped their four-game losing streak, can the team win on the road and run the table?
Kelvin Harris and Chloe Harrison look back at Saturday's Homecoming blowout against Pitt. Chloe shares her sentiments following her last game in the student section, and the two break down the team's performance. Also, find out how you can get Chloe to the 2016 ACC Championship Game.
Kelvin Harris and The State of the U's Jerry Steinberg preview Miami's homecoming matchup against Pittsburgh. The two share keys as to how Miami can avoid going below .500 and their 5th-straight loss. Also, find out how we can get at least one Cane in this year's ACC Championship in Orlando