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UM falls to Duke 5-2 in extra innings
Baseball, Sports

UM falls to Duke 5-2 in extra innings

The University of Miami made yet another comeback, but this time it was not enough in a 5-2 loss to the Duke Blue Devils in extra innings. The Hurricanes struggled to score most of the evening, but broke through with two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. However, the Blue Devils, who also…

ACC Basketball Predictions
Basketball, Commentary, Sports

ACC Basketball Predictions

Feb. 25 – Duke vs. Miami After an up-and-down start to a season with high expectations, the Duke Blue Devils have been on fire. Before a loss to Syracuse on a buzzer-beating three-pointer, Duke had won seven-straight games, including three after ranked teams, to give them a chance to claim the ACC crown after a 3-4…

Kamari Murphy scores career high, leads Hurricanes to 71-65 victory over Clemson Tigers
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Kamari Murphy scores career high, leads Hurricanes to 71-65 victory over Clemson Tigers

The Hurricanes know what fellow senior Davon Reed will bring regularly, and Mr. Dependable, as Coach Jim Larrañaga now refers to him, brought his usual steady hand with 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists in Miami’s 71-65 win over the Clemson Tigers Saturday afternoon in the Watsco Center. After Kamari Murphy’s career-high scoring effort,…

Jesse Lepore, Miami shut out Rutgers 3-0 on opening night
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Jesse Lepore, Miami shut out Rutgers 3-0 on opening night

In a matchup where most of the fireworks came from the explosive display after the game rather than either offense, the outcome came down to mistakes. Rutgers made several, including three errors, while the University of Miami was unblemished, cruising to a comfortable season-opening triumph 3-0 over the visiting Scarlet Knights. The junior right-handed pitcher…

Hurricanes Basketball: ACC Predictions
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Hurricanes Basketball: ACC Predictions

Feb. 18 – Clemson vs. Miami The final breather before a late season gauntlet, Miami simply must take this game at home to avoid a late season free-fall. While bottom-four Clemson has a lowly conference record of 3-9, it is better than the numbers would indicate. For starters, the Tigers have lost six of those…

Hurricanes remain inconsistent between halves
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Hurricanes remain inconsistent between halves

The Miami Hurricanes continued their up-and-down season on Saturday, falling 71-66 on the road to the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals to return to .500 in conference play for the third time this season. Let’s go beyond the box score and take a look at what insight we can gain from this matchup. 1. Again, it…

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