miami hurricanes football team shot sun life stadium the u allcanesThe 2013 NFL Draft only saw two Miami Hurricanes picked up, which is a far cry from what this program expects to do at the next level.

Cornerback Brandon McGee went to the St. Louis Rams in the fifth round while running back Mike James was taken by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the sixth.

Some other former UM football players are hoping to…

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miami hurricanes shane larkin headed to nba draft forgoing junior yearHe’d been hinting towards it since a semi-cryptic Twitter message soon after Miami’s loss to Marquette in the Sweet Sixteen, but today Shane Larkin made it official – he’s forgoing his final two years of eligibility at UM and is headed to the NBA.

While Larkin has professed his love for the college game, the University of Miami, playing under head coach…

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miami hurricanes baseball boston college lose series shea fieldThe Miami Hurricanes seem to invent new ways to fail on the diamond this season and with things winding down and the post-season on the line, this Jim Morris led squad might’ve suffered it’s most embarrassing series of the year.

Boston College entered this three-game home stand 6-34 overall and 0-20 in ACC play. They’re now 8-35 overall and 2-21 in conference.


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miami hurricanes womens tennis acc champions 2013 florida stateNo, it doesn’t have the same ring as a beatdown of Florida State at Sun Life or Doak Campbell Stadium, but give the Lady Canes credit as fourth-seeded Miami took down seventh-seeded Florida State in the ACC Championship on Sunday.

The Canes advanced to the finale by upsetting top-seeded North Carolina on Saturday, 4-3, while the Seminoles took down second-ranked Clemson…

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dalvon stuckey miami hurricanes transfer juco florida state commitThe Miami Hurricanes picked up another commitment days back, this time from Pearl River Community College defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey. Stuckey was a three-star prospect who committed to Florida State in 2012, but with Miami recruiting him as of late, he switched from the Noles to the Canes.

The 6-foot-3, 300-pound Stuckey had fifteen tackles for loss and eight sacks last…

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