News:Allen Hurns was spotted with a cast on his left hand, and sources indicate it's broken near the thumb, according to the Miami Herald.
Analysis: No word on Allen Hurns' availability for Saturday's game with USF yet, but his absence paired with the suspension of Rashawn Scott would leave Miami incredibly thin out wide.
News:Allen Hurns caught four passes for 37 yards and two touchdowns Saturday at Virginia.
Analysis: He's not doing much in terms of yardage, but the 6-foot-3 Allen Hurns is becoming a top red zone option for the 'Canes. He should match or better his numbers from a season ago, but isn't carrying much value outside of ACC circles.
News:Allen Hurns caught two passes for 54 yards and a touchdown Saturday against North Carolina State.
Analysis: His touchdown was a thing of beauty, keeping both feet in the back of the end zone. Unfortunately for Allen Hurns, his concussion three weeks ago appears to have resulted in teammate Phillip Dorsett leaping him as quarterback Stephen Morris's top target.
News:Allen Hurns caught just two passes for 10 yards at Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Analysis:Allen Hurns missed most of the last two games after sustaining a concussion, and wasn't able to get in rhythm Saturday.
News:Allen Hurns (concussion) is expected to play Saturday at Georiga Tech, head coach Al Golden tells Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald
Analysis:Allen Hurns' season was off to a fast start through six quarters, and his return should help bolster a receiving corp that has struggled with drops.
News:Allen Hurns (concussion) won't play against Bethune-Cookman on Saturday, the Athletic Department's official twitter account reports.
Analysis: As a result, look for Rashawn Scott, Davon Johnson and Phillip Dorsett to take on a larger roles in the offense against Bethune-Cookman. This is a team that needs a lot of work, so they won't necessarily let up even if they are blowing out a lesser opponent. Allen Hurns' status for next weekend's game at Georgia Tech is still unclear.
News:Allen Hurns left during the first half of Saturday's game at Kansas State, and has not returned.
Analysis: No official word on the nature of his injury, but Allen Hurns was undergoing concussion tests on the sideline. He had two catches for 32 yards, and is officially questionable to return.
News:Allen Hurns had eight catches for 81 yards against Boston College on Saturday.
Analysis: Ten Hurricanes caught passes, but Allen Hurns is clearly the leader of this group. He needs to be owned in most formats.
News:Allen Hurns (head) is listed as a starting receiver for today''s matchup at Boston College according to Jorge Milian of the Palm Beach Post.
Analysis:Allen Hurns has been in and out of practice for the past 10 days with a head injury. As much as we expect to see a constant rotation of receivers, Hurns is the best bet for consistent production.
News:Allen Hurns was back at practice Tuesday, after missing the weekend due to a head injury, notes the Miami Herald.
Analysis:Allen Hurns praticed on a limited basis Monday, so it appears the injury wasn't serious. He'll be in the starting lineup a week from Saturday.
News:Allen Hurns was in a red non-contact jersey Thursday, dealing with a head injury according to the Miami Herald.
Analysis: Head coach Al Golden wouldn't detail the severity of the injury, so it's best to simply monitor this for the time being. Allen Hurns has had a stellar camp, and is entrenched as the 'Canes top receiver, so any missed time would be significant.
News: Though no official announcement has been made, reports are beginning to circulate that Miami wide receiver Tommy Streeter will leave school for the NFL.
Analysis: Reading the source here, it seems like agent Drew Rosenhaus is in one ear, and head coach Al Golden is in the other. Streeter certainly looks like an NFL receiver, but only has a 12 game sample to offer. It'd a pretty big blow to a Hurricane receiving corp that also loses Travis Benjamin and LaRon Byrd. Allen Hurns and Phillip Dorsett figure to open spring atop the depth chart, and the 'Canes currently have four verbally committed pass catchers.
News: Miami wide receiver Allen Hurns had six catches for 54 yards and two touchdowns against Ohio State.
Analysis: I've been very open about my high opinion of Hurns, and he is still just scratching the surface of his potential. His upside is limited by his quarterback(s,) but Hurns has earned his playing time, and good things should keep coming his way.
News: Miami wide receiver Allen Hurns is listed ahead of last week's starter LaRon Byrd on the 'Canes latest depth chart.
Analysis: Hurns is scheduled to start opposite the reinstated Travis Benjamin. It's a quick hook for Byrd, who was invisible until the fourth quarter of Monday's game. I continue to bill Hurns as Miami's next big wide receiver, and that billing is starting to pick up steam.
News: Miami released its suspension-riddled depth chart this evening, and Allen Hurns will start opposite LaRon Byrd Monday against Maryland.
Analysis: You can take this one of two ways. One being I was right all along, praising Hurns as a "wide receiver of the future" as opposed to Tommy Streeter, who has been wildly inconsistent despite a tremendous August. Or two, both will play, and we shouldn't read too much into this. The truth lies somewhere in the middle, but the bottom line is a wait and see approach on Streeter. Freshmen Rashawn Scott and Phillip Dorsett, along with Kendal Thompkins will all see action against the Terps.
News: Yahoo! Sports has dropped their much-anticipated bombshell, and it's got some pretty damning accusations against the Miami Hurricanes. Twelve current players are mentioned amid a slew of past players. They include: Jacory Harris, Aldarius Johnson, Travis Benjamin, Marcus Forston, Ray-Ray Armstrong, Dyron Dye, JoJo Nicolas, Adewale Ojomo, Marcus Robinson, Sean Spence, Olivier Vernon and Vaughn Telemaque.
Analysis: This is the toughest thing I've ever had to post...major conflict between "reporter" and fan. The Yahoo! article is full of accusations, and I'll leave it at that for now. If Miami chooses to go the UNC route, the above 12 players won't be seeing the field for some time, which is going to absolutely shred this defense. It's also going to make Stephen Morris the only choice at quarterback, and open up more defined roles for LaRon Byrd, Tommy Streeter and possibly Allen Hurns. Stay tuned.