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Hurricanes Basketball: ACC Predictions
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Hurricanes Basketball: ACC Predictions

Feb. 18 – Clemson vs. Miami The final breather before a late season gauntlet, Miami simply must take this game at home to avoid a late season free-fall. While bottom-four Clemson has a lowly conference record of 3-9, it is better than the numbers would indicate. For starters, the Tigers have lost six of those…

Hurricanes remain inconsistent between halves
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Hurricanes remain inconsistent between halves

The Miami Hurricanes continued their up-and-down season on Saturday, falling 71-66 on the road to the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals to return to .500 in conference play for the third time this season. Let’s go beyond the box score and take a look at what insight we can gain from this matchup. 1. Again, it…

ACC Predictions
Basketball, Commentary, Sports

ACC Predictions

Jan. 21 – Miami @ Duke Miami stays in North Carolina for its next matchup against the Duke Blue Devils, currently led by interim head coach Jeff Capel in Coach Krzyzewski’s absence. Duke, considered by many to be the most talented team in the country before the season started, has struggled amid injuries and Grayson…

Miami men’s basketball exhibits strengths, weaknesses in win against Western Carolina
Basketball, Commentary, Sports

Miami men’s basketball exhibits strengths, weaknesses in win against Western Carolina

The Hurricanes opened their season with a crushing 49-point victory over the Western Carolina Catamounts, and while it was just one game against a clearly inferior opponent, the contest clearly showcased some strengths and weaknesses of the UM basketball team. Let’s take a look at some of the positives and negatives from Miami’s first regular…

ACC play predictions: First 4 games
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ACC play predictions: First 4 games

Dec. 31 – NC State vs. Miami The Hurricanes’ ACC schedule starts off against a heavily improved Wolfpack team. NC State lost its leading scorer Cat Barber to the NBA, but it welcomes in point guard Dennis Smith and Turkish big-man Omer Yurtseven, both potential lottery picks come July. UM will look to counter with…

Miami runs into problems, must find solutions before matchup against Virginia Tech
Commentary, Football, Sports

Miami runs into problems, must find solutions before matchup against Virginia Tech

The honeymoon phase is over, and the Hurricanes’ season is on the line. Okay, maybe that’s a little dramatic, but one thing is for sure: the team, specifically the offense, is struggling. Back-to-back losses, including a head-scratching performance against the North Carolina Tar Heels, leaves Miami out of control in the ACC Coastal Division and…

José Fernández, more than just a star pitcher
Baseball, Commentary, Sports

José Fernández, more than just a star pitcher

José Fernández was brilliant on the baseball diamond, but what truly made him special transcends his performance as a professional athlete. Fernández, 24, was killed in a boating accident along with two other men early Sunday morning in Miami Beach. The overwhelming public reaction to his death demonstrates how much he meant to the Miami…

Kaaya playing his way to Heisman Contention
Commentary, Football, Sports

Kaaya playing his way to Heisman Contention

It must be frustrating for Brad Kaaya to hear about how great some of the other ACC quarterbacks are every time he turns on the television or goes online. But now the junior quarterback has a legitimate chance to be in the running for college football’s most prestigious individual award: the Heisman Trophy. For the…

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