University of Miami athletics made a couple of big announcements on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
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 Miami (13-3, 2-2 ACC), it was a struggle from both three-point range and the free throw line. UM made just six of its 23 attempts from distance and only 50 percent of its free throws, while also finishing with a season-low five assists compared to eight turnovers.
Bruce Brown Jr. has had big games against AP Top 25 opponents before. Dewan Huell has made scoring look easy all season. But Sunday night belonged to freshman guard Chris Lykes.
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.
UM’s suffocating defense limited George Washington’s opportunities, specifically in the first half when the Colonials (5-6) only made five field goals and had just 15 points at the break.
You scream … I scream … We all scream when we hear that the Museum of Ice Cream is opening up right here in Miami. If pink is your favorite color and whimsy is your preferred style, this museum is an absolute must-visit. “We love ice cream, let’s celebrate it,” Manish Vora said, co-founder of…
Sorority members have widely circulated that 67 percent of poll respondents answered that sexual assault was the largest safety concern they had related to Greek Life.
Despite having smaller campus faith communities and less access to places of worship in South Florida, students who practice less common religions have found ways to stay true to their roots.
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.
ACC Championship Game: No. 7 Miami Hurricanes (10-1, 7-1 ACC) vs. No. 1 Clemson Tigers (11-1, 7-1 ACC) Here is what you need to know… FINAL SCORE: Clemson 38 – Miami 3 Rosier: 14-29, 110 yds, 2 ints Dallas: 6 rushes, 44 yds Bryant: 23-29, 252 yds, 2 tot tds 3rd Quarter: Clemson Ball: To…
Miami’s undefeated run came to an end Nov. 25 when it lost to Pittsburgh 24-14, giving the Hurricanes its first loss of the season and snapping a 15-game winning streak dating back to 2016. But UM didn’t have much time to mourn the loss. Its focus immediately shifted from staying undefeated to beating the No….