“After discussions with my family and the UM medical staff, we have determined that my football career should come to an end.”
When any basketball team with a lead, no matter how large, exhales for even a second, everything can change in a hurry. The Miami Hurricanes learned that the hard way.
For the Hurricanes, the loss brings an end to a rollercoaster of a season. Despite winning their first 10 games and reaching a national ranking of No. 2, UM ends 2017 with three-straight losses, all of which came with disappointing offensive performances.
Neither Lonnie Walker IV nor Chris Lykes has let the challenges change his demeanor on or off the court – they remain unfazed by pressure.
It seemed like a nightmare for Miami, or just a horrific flashback. No, it was real. Just over two years after falling 58-0 to the Clemson Tigers in the worst loss in program history, the Hurricanes were demoralized in a similar fashion on Saturday night in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Miami Hurricanes continue to flip the switch in the second half. Led by a career-high 23 points from forward Dewan Huell, No. 10 UM shot 51 percent from the field and hit 10 three-pointers to beat No. 12 Minnesota 86-81 in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday night in Williams Arena.
Miami sophomore wide receiver Ahmmon Richards is out for the season after suffering an injury to the meniscus in his left knee during Wednesday’s practice, the university announced.