Beverly only played eight minutes in the second half, but the freshman guard stepped up in a big way after starting point guard Chris Lykes fouled out of the game with eight minutes to go in the second half of Miami’s 66-58 win over Pitt.
Miami basketball ended 2019 in impressive fashion with a comeback overtime win over Clemson. But it’s a new year and the Hurricanes will face their most difficult opponent of the season as they host the No. 2 ranked Duke Blue Devils Saturday night.
Following the 14-0 loss to the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs in the Independence Bowl, Miami (6-7, 4-4 ACC) recorded its first losing season since 2014.
Miami did not make any progress this season. They regressed.
“Obviously a very, very dark night,” Miami head coach Manny Diaz said. “One of the lowest points ever in this proud program’s history.”
“We felt like a performance like this was coming,” head coach Manny Diaz said. “The way we set the tone, the way we came out early in the game was fantastic.”
Miami (5-4, 3-3) looks to get its third straight win against Louisville (5-3, 3-2) at Hard Rock Stadium this afternoon. Follow along with our live scoring summary below: Fourth quarter (7:42): Miami 52, Louisville 27: Hassan Hall scores on a 58-yard touchdown run. Third quarter (00:32): Miami 52, Louisville 21: 24-yard field goal by Camden…