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Lelan LeDoux

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Tide roll straight over Hurricanes in NIT

It was a road the Hurricanes didn’t want to see at the beginning of the year, as Miami’s season ended in the NIT as the Alabama Crimson Tide rolled pasted the Canes,79-64, at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Crimson Tide will move on to the NIT Final Four in Madison Square Garden to face Colorado.

Do or die: Postseason plans hinge on tourney performance

The Miami Hurricanes are against the wall and have no room for error. The No. 9-seed Canes must win at least one game in the...

Yellow Jackets force turnovers on Hurricanes

In the regular season finale, the Miami Hurricanes caught the turnover bug and had a woeful second half against Georgia Tech. Committing 21 turnovers, the...

Freshman has career game against Terps

On senior night, it was the freshman that shined the most. Behind Rion Brown career high 19 points, the Miami Hurricanes defeated the Maryland Terrapins, 80-66 and the Canes improve to 18-12 and 6-9 in the ACC on the season.

Duke nails Miami in second half

Duke (23-2, 10-1) shot 50 percent for the entire game and senior guard Nolan Smith scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half. Miami shot only six free throws for the game and Duke scored 19 second chance points.

Last-minute loss dims ACC hopes

For the third straight game, the Hurricanes once again suffered another heartbreaker as freshman forward Harrison Barnes broke the Canes’ spirit with a shot clock-expiring 3-pointer and North Carolina won, 74-71.

Team starts strong but struggles in ACC

As the ACC season continues to push forward, the Hurricanes will have their sights on finishing with a winning conference record and returning back to the NCAA Tournament.

Hurricanes run away with the Rebels, 86-73

Miami beat Ole Miss 86-73 at the BUC Tuesday night.

Recapping a dismal Saturday

Lelan LeDoux gives his take on UM's latest loss

Last chance to qualify for ACC

Now is the time for the No. 21 Miami Hurricanes to be their toughest and most relentless.

Season opener a hit

Trailing at halftime by six points, the Hurricanes stepped it up in the second half and came back to beat Jacksonville, 89-77, a team that advanced to the second round of the NIT last season.

Canes’ ACC hopes hanging by a thread

The Miami Hurricanes did their part, but didn’t receive the help they were looking for from former head coach Butch Davis. Miami (7-3, 5-2 ACC) traveled to Atlanta and beat Georgia Tech, 35-10, at its own game. The Yellow Jackets (5-5, 3-4 ACC) lead the nation in rushing yards, but they couldn’t stop the Canes’ rushing attack nor the strikes true freshman Stephen Morris threw.
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