The contest went back and forth throughout, featuring 13 ties and 16 lead changes. There were moments when it seemed like the Canes were beginning to pull away, but they went scoreless the final six minutes.
With a game against likely No. 1 Virginia looming, it would be easy for the Canes to look ahead and show up in Chestnut Hill lacking focus. That would be a grave mistake.
The new name certainly has a nice ring to it.
The Executive Ticket Debate was supposed to be a forum for the two registered tickets running for executive positions in Student Government to explain to voters why they were the best choice. However, with all the candidates from one ticket dropping, the debate gave U First an opportunity to explain and promote its initiatives.
They're looking to get your vote next week when Student Government elections start. Here's what you need to know about each candidate.
The reigning ACC Co-Rookie of the Week notched 16 points and five rebounds, while shooting a perfect 6 of 6 from the free-throw line, to lead Miami past Pittsburgh 69-57.
Registration for the upcoming Student Government elections has closed. There are two tickets running for executive positions and multiple students vying for each of the available Senate seats.
Brown has been the Hurricanes' most versatile player, leading the team in rebounds, assists and steals per game at 7.1, 4.0 and 1.3, respectively. He is also second on the team in scoring, averaging 11.4 points per game.
Presidential Shabbats at UM started nearly 10 years ago with "Shabbat Shalala." Now, with a new first family at UM, the tradition continued with "Frenk Knaul Shabbat," where social issues such as injustice and inequality were topics of discussion.
The two-day event will kick off with a networking reception where participants will be able to meet and converse with each other as well as guest speakers, including Dean of Students Ryan Holmes and editor-in-chief and co-founder of Very Smart Brothas Damon Young.
The Canes (15-4, 4-3 ACC) were down 69-67 in regulation with just 13 seconds to find a bucket. Walker was the answer, going up against two Cardinal defenders for an acrobatic layup to tie the game and send it to extra minutes.
“After discussions with my family and the UM medical staff, we have determined that my football career should come to an end."