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‘The U Part 2’ compares Golden era to Butch Davis tenure
Football, Reviews, Sports

‘The U Part 2’ compares Golden era to Butch Davis tenure

“Casablanca.” Great movie. “The Godfather.” Thrilling. “Pulp Fiction.” A wild ride. Then there’s “The U Part 2.” OK, maybe that’s a bit much, but I had the biggest smile on my face as the ending credits rolled. I’ll take all the great experiences of my life – getting accepted to the University of Miami, my driver’s license, my senior prom,…

Hurricanes wrap up roller-coaster season
Football, Sports

Hurricanes wrap up roller-coaster season

Coming into the 2014 season, Hurricanes football fans had a million questions on their minds. There was a quarterback battle, a senior class, coaching controversies and, most of all, frustration. Frustration over not having won a bowl game in eight years and over not winning an ACC Coastal division that looked like it was made…

Winning streak winds down
Basketball, Sports

Winning streak winds down

Sophomore guard Davon Reed walked onto the court for the first time this season and received a standing ovation late in the second half, his Canes down 14 to the Green Bay Phoenix. At the half, Reed had told one of the coaches that he’d get taped up and ready to go. His enthusiasm had…

Men’s basketball remains undefeated with win over Illinois
Basketball, Sports

Men’s basketball remains undefeated with win over Illinois

Coach Jim Larrañaga’s 15th-ranked Hurricanes entered a battle of unbeatens coming off a South Alabama game in which they allowed 54 second-half points. Illinois came to the BankUnited Canter fifth in the country with 90 points per game. Larrañaga’s defense cranked up the sound a notch as they held the 24th-ranked Fighting Illini to 24 points…

Canes fall to Seminoles despite sturdy start
Football, Sports, UM-FSU

Canes fall to Seminoles despite sturdy start

With 3:05 remaining in the game, Sun Life Stadium’s sellout crowd of more than 76,000 people waited with baited breath as Brad Kaaya started at the 25 yard line, trying to engineer one glorious touchdown drive down 30-26 to Florida State. It was not to be; the Hurricanes got out to Florida State’s 43-yard-line on…

Canes offense rams through Tar Heels
Featured, Football, Sports

Canes offense rams through Tar Heels

After a convincing win Oct. 23 at Virginia Tech, many Hurricanes fans headed into Homecoming weekend wondering if Miami could pull off another big win two weeks in a row. The second quarter began with North Carolina pinned deep in its own territory and in punt formation. The snap sailed over punter Tommy Hibbard’s head…

Canes enter Homecoming weekend in good spirits
Football, Sports

Canes enter Homecoming weekend in good spirits

The Miami Hurricanes (5-3, 2-2 ACC) enter an emotional Homecoming weekend off one of the program’s more satisfying wins in recent memory: a 30-6 drubbing of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. While the pundits could have so much to argue against Miami – playing against a down Hokies team probably being the biggest bullet point –…

Hurricanes thrill with win over Virginia Tech
Featured, Football, Sports

Hurricanes thrill with win over Virginia Tech

With everything that went wrong on the Virginia Tech sideline Thursday night, the Hokies still managed to keep one positive record afloat. A late touchdown pass from backup Hokies quarterback Mark Leal to Isaiah Ford gave Virginia Tech their first points of the night. Unfortunately for them, the Miami Hurricanes had already put up 30…

Upset reopens ACC standings
Football, Sports

Upset reopens ACC standings

An upset in Chapel Hill last weekend: North Carolina beat Georgia Tech at home 48-43, and suddenly the ACC Coastal is seemingly wide open once again. That’s good news for the 4-3 (1-2 ACC) Miami Hurricanes, who will see their first game action in nearly two weeks as they travel to Blacksburg, Virginia on Thursday…

ACC analysis reveals surprises, disappointments
Football, Sports

ACC analysis reveals surprises, disappointments

As Miami enters its bye-week, the ACC as a whole has offered the usual favorites with a side of surprises, so let’s check them out. Miami: The Canes have a 4-3 overall record with their win over Cincinnati on Saturday, but are stuck with a 1-2 conference record, and their ACC slate from here on…

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