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Four double-digit scorers lead Miami in win
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Four double-digit scorers lead Miami in win

After dropping three games in a row, all to Atlantic Coast Conference foes, the Miami Hurricanes were finally on the winning side of things again when they beat the visiting Norfolk State Spartans, 64-49 on Saturday. The victory marked the Canes’ first home win in 2014. “I thought the key to the game was switching…

Syracuse weathers Miami run to remain unbeaten
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Syracuse weathers Miami run to remain unbeaten

Exactly three weeks had passed since the Miami Hurricanes blew a 5-point lead with 6 minutes left against undefeated Syracuse at the Carrier Dome in New York. Back then, all signs pointed to a major upset on the road, but the Orange overwhelmed Miami late and outscored Miami 14-4 in the final minutes. The Canes…

Double-digit lead fizzles, Miami falls in OT
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Double-digit lead fizzles, Miami falls in OT

After an extended cross-country road trip that included losses to George Washington and Nebraska as well as victories against Cal State Fullerton and Arizona State, the Miami Hurricanes (5-5, 0-1 ACC) returned home on Sunday to take on the Virginia Tech Hokies (7-3, 1-0) in their first conference matchup. The familiar turf, however, did not…

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Miami hits the road after loss to UCF

Through five games, it seems the Hurricanes have a propensity for digging themselves into holes. Twice this season Miami has had to overcome significant deficits to pull out a win. The Canes erased a 12-point first-half deficit against Texas Southern and came back to beat Georgia Southern after falling down nine points late in the…

Miami rolls past Texas Southern, 84-69
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Miami rolls past Texas Southern, 84-69

When Miami (2-1, 0-0) was down 12-0 nearly six minutes into its matchup with the visiting Texas Southern Tigers on Thursday, all signs pointed towards another tough battle for the Canes, who played in two overtime games to start the season. “At that point, I think three shots had been blocked and we shot an…

‘Anxious’ Canes fall to St. Francis in overtime
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‘Anxious’ Canes fall to St. Francis in overtime

As the Hurricanes cracked open a new season of basketball late Friday night at the BankUnited Center, the highlight for the 6,060 in attendance came before tipoff. That’s when Miami unveiled its ACC regular season and tournament championship banners, plus one for last year’s Sweet Sixteen. But it was all downhill from there, as visiting…

Canes to celebrate titles at first game
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Canes to celebrate titles at first game

When the Hurricanes raise their 2013 ACC regular season and tournament championship banners on Friday night before the home opener against the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers, it will likely be Miami’s first bright moment in weeks. The Canes host St. Francis at 10 p.m. Friday at the BankUnited Center. After coach Jim Larranaga said at…

Miami now stocked with freshmen, transfers
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Miami now stocked with freshmen, transfers

It’s only been 186 days since the Canes’ magical season came to a sudden end. But somehow, Miami has grown nearly unrecognizable after falling to the Golden Eagles of Marquette in the NCAA Sweet 16. Shane Larkin has left for the NBA (he was a first-round draft pick for the Dallas Mavericks), and Durand Scott…

Canes ready for Marquette, but Johnson stays home
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Canes ready for Marquette, but Johnson stays home

University of Miami coach Jim Larranaga did his best Muhammad Ali impression, senior Julian Gamble photo-bombed yet another television interview, and the Canes rolled past Illinois on Sunday, 63-59, to reach the Sweet Sixteen. The Canes’ second-round game against the Pacific Tigers two days prior was essentially over by halftime – Miami led 40-19 at…

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Hurricanes prepare to continue making history

        The 2013 season has undoubtedly been a dream come true for the Miami Hurricanes. It’s a fairytale ride that not even Jim Larranaga, a noted believer in visualizing one’s goals, probably could have imagined. But the team is still six wins away from its ultimate goal. The Canes have departed for…

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