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Win against Virginia gives Miami some hopes in the ACC
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Win against Virginia gives Miami some hopes in the ACC

“It was a very hard-fought win, which is what we expected it to be,” head coach Manny Diaz said. “We had talked all week about how strong our culture was, even on the backs of some of these losses to start the season. If we trusted in [the culture] and continued to nurture it, the results would start to come. This game was a testament to that because we knew that it was going to be a game where persistence and being relentless was going to be the key.”

After ugly win, Hurricanes still have more to prove
Commentary, Football, Sports

After ugly win, Hurricanes still have more to prove

“Obviously, it was our fourth game of the season, and tonight was our second win and probably our fourth-best performance of the four we’ve had so far,” head coach Manny Diaz said. “With all that being said, the only thing that we could accomplish today was beating Central Michigan, which, after the course of 60 minutes, when everything was added up, that’s what we got done.”

Offense powers No. 24 Miami to 18-10 victory over Panthers
Baseball, Sports

Offense powers No. 24 Miami to 18-10 victory over Panthers

The “Mark Light Mob” barked at Florida International University pitcher Will Saxton for one more walk and the southpaw delivered. With the bases loaded and one out, Saxton issued a free pass to Hurricanes outfielder Tony Jenkins, opening the floodgates in the fourth inning. No. 24 Miami used a seven-run frame to roar past crosstown…

Hernandez ruled ineligible, withdraws from Miami
Basketball, Sports

Hernandez ruled ineligible, withdraws from Miami

“I was advised of the NCAA’s decision about my eligibility and am very disappointed with the outcome. I do not believe that the NCAA treated me fairly, and it is with a heavy heart that I have decided to withdraw from the University of Miami to prepare for the 2019 NBA Draft,” Hernandez said via Twitter.

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