Don’t look now, but the Miami Hurricanes are now 19-3 dating back to early March. After dropping a rubber-match game at Louisville, the Canes slipped to 10-6 on the season, but are now 29-9, ranked sixth in the nation and appear to be finding a groove with a few big-time ACC showdowns on the horizon.
Miami travels to Virginia this weekend…
Three months ago when the Miami Hurricanes ended a 41-game win-streak at Cameron Indoor Stadium and whipped the hosts by 24 points, a national championship was probably the last thing on the mind of the Duke Blue Devils.
After the final 68 was whittled down to one, the iconic program wrapped up title number five—which doesn’t bring much solace for a…
No Angel Rodriguez. No Tonye Jekiri. No NCAA Tournament. No problem for the Miami Hurricanes, who channeled their post-season-snub disappointment into a four-game win-streak in the NIT and a berth in Thursday’s title game against the Stanford Cardinal.
After wins over North Carolina Central and Alabama at home and Richmond in Virginia, a short-handed Miami squad earned a trip to Madison…
Spring games as a whole always grade out as an incomplete. No one is going full speed, back-ups get their reps, the depth chart itself is sideways and in an era where freshmen earn their fair share of playing time,…
The Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team fell short of an NCAA Tournament berth, while the Lady Canes keep doing their thing. Meanwhile, baseball is coming off a recent conference sweep and football continues its preparations for fall. Read about all and more in this week’s installment, “The Latest At The U”.
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