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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Lelan LeDoux

Contributing EDGE Writer


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Hurricanes win third straight road game

A sense of direction was needed for the Miami Hurricanes for the remaining of the season and head coach Frank Haith delivered. The night before...

Can’t win the close ones

Heartbreak has become second nature to the Miami Hurricanes this season.

Win against Spartans may spark Canes

With four players scoring double-digit points, the Hurricanes easily routed North Carolina-Greensboro, 78-58, at the Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina.

Reversal of fortune leads to consecutive wins

With the season on the line for the Miami Hurricanes, the Hurricanes needed to do everything in their power to hold onto life. And they did.

Another loss keeps Canes in the cellar

For the fourth straight time, Miami suffered the same result but in a different city as the Hurricanes lost to the Virginia Tech Hokies, 72-68.

Canes’ early lead evaporates, lose 81-74

On a Wednesday night when the BankUnited Center was supposed to be electrifying and exhilarating for the Miami Hurricanes, the evening ended with the sound of Duke fans cheering.

Tigers claw their way to victory

The tough loss drops Miami (5-2, 2-2 ACC) ten spots in the Associated Press Poll to No. 18. They no longer control their own fate in the ACC.

Canes prepare for Tigers

Following the first week of the BCS Standings with the Hurricanes (5-1) ranking No. 10, the Canes control their own path to winning the Coastal Division.

Canes washed out against the Hokies

With three other top 10 teams losing, the Canes could have guaranteed itself in the top five of the rankings but the loss at Lane Stadium dropped the Canes eight spots in the Associated Press poll rankings as its now No. 17.

Canes focus on beating the Hokies

The Hokies will face a daunting challenge to the Canes as they are two time reigning ACC Champions.

Lov-ing the defense

After allowing 472 rushing yards in last year’s meeting, Miami just allowed just 95 yards on the ground, and only 35 yards after the first quarter.

Canes open up spring practice

Hurricane football gets back to work with the start of spring practices.
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