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Miami fends off late North Carolina surge
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Miami fends off late North Carolina surge

The Hurricanes took the lead right from the opening tipoff and did not give it back. Sophomore Mykea Gray and redshirt junior Beatrice Mompremier individually outscored North Carolina’s eight points in the first quarter with 12 and 10 points, respectively, sparking a 21-0 run for the Hurricanes and a 27-8 lead after 10 minutes.  The Tar…

Welcome back, Canes!
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Welcome back, Canes!

Students walk across Fate Bridge in front of the Shalala Student Center Monday, Jan. 14. Both students and faculty return back to campus as classes have resumed after the winter break.

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt retires from coaching
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Hurricanes coach Mark Richt retires from coaching

Mark Richt announced Sunday afternoon that he is retiring as Miami Hurricanes coach. Richt’s unexpected announcement came three days after the Hurricanes lost to Wisconsin 35-3 in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. In a statement, Richt, 58, said he informed Miami Director of Athletics Blake James of his decision on Sunday morning. “The decision came…

Miami Hurricanes QB N’Kosi Perry’s social media struggles continue
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Miami Hurricanes QB N’Kosi Perry’s social media struggles continue

A sexually explicit video posted on Hurricanes quarterback N’Kosi Perry’s Snapchat story had University of Miami students talking and sharing the post during the final weeks of the semester, but on Friday the UM Athletics Department would only acknowledge that the salacious 10-second video was “inappropriate” and would not confirm if Perry was in the video. “We…

Miami set for rematch against Wisconsin in Pinstripe Bowl
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Miami set for rematch against Wisconsin in Pinstripe Bowl

“The bowls are interesting in that it’s the finish of this year and it’s kind of the beginning of next year,” Hurricanes coach Mark Richt said. “So, it’s very meaningful to our seniors. Obviously, it’ll be the last game that they’ll wear that uniform and wear the ‘U’ on their helmet. But it’s also important for our young guys, too, to have a great performance working ourselves into the offseason and into next year. It’s big for a lot of reasons.”

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