After receiving steady turnout for the broadcast of the men’s basketball team’s trip to the NCAA tournament last season, the Rathskeller decided to host tailgates for every away game this year.
Not once but twice, senior guard Ty Lawson ripped the heart right out of the Miami Hurricanes to seal a victory for third-ranked North Carolina, 69-65.
The Hurricanes’ recent dominance of the Maryland Terrapins came to a halt Saturday night when Miami lost 73-68 on the road. Coming into the game, head coach Frank Haith and company had won four in a row against the Terps and six of the last seven. Maryland (14-7, 3-4) led by as many as…
It was a tale of two teams heading in opposite directions over the past four days for Miami basketball.
The Miami Hurricanes didn’t necessarily need Jack McClinton to make another game winning shot but it did call for all of his 28 points to defeat archrival Florida State, 75-69.
As this college basketball year commenced, the Miami Hurricanes had higher expectations than previous seasons, as evidenced by a No. 16 ranking in the Associated Press (AP) poll. Although the Hurricanes are now unranked, there is still plenty of hope and optimism for returning to the NCAA Tournament, very possibly as a high seed.