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N’Kosi Perry focused on growing during spring practices
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N’Kosi Perry focused on growing during spring practices

“It’s 24/7, 365 days of the year,” Perry said. “You’re always working. You’re always a quarterback. Everyone is going to look at you as the quarterback. So you have to be on your Ps and Qs at all times…I understand that it wasn’t acceptable for me and especially for my teammates. I feel like I disrespected them and I let them down, so I don’t want to do that anymore.”

Yaroshuk-Tews wins 350th match as Hurricanes coach, Miami tops Wake Forest
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Yaroshuk-Tews wins 350th match as Hurricanes coach, Miami tops Wake Forest

“Listen, It’s not about me, it’s about these kids,” the 18th-year coach said. “I’m happy for them they needed this for their confidence. We’ve had a few close matches against some good programs, so you know I think that this time of the year, for this group, this is big moving forward for our confidence. Heading in to finishing out our ACC schedule I think they really needed it. I’m happy for them.”

K.J. Osborn provides the Hurricanes with experience
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K.J. Osborn provides the Hurricanes with experience

“That’s what we needed, that leadership,” Harley said. “Without him coming in, it would have been just me and Evidence [Njoku] and Jeff Thomas. We would have been the older guys. It’s a great feeling having that older guy who has been there for four or five years. He’s teaching us knowledge, pushing us more.”

Hurricanes heartbroken again in NCAA Tournament
Basketball, Sports

Hurricanes heartbroken again in NCAA Tournament

March Madness is full of heartbreak. And Sunday evening the fourth-seeded Miami Hurricanes experienced the painful feeling once again, falling 57-55 to the fifth-seeded Arizona State Sun Devils in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at the Watsco Center. With the Hurricanes and Sun Devils tied 55-55 with 10 seconds left, Miami secured a…

Miami quarterback Tate Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver
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Miami quarterback Tate Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver

Hurricanes quarterback Tate Martell is eligible to play immediately after being granted a waiver from the NCAA, Miami announced Tuesday afternoon. “We are pleased with this ruling and appreciate the NCAA recognizing that this waiver met the criteria under the membership established guidelines,” UM Director of Athletics Blake James said in a statement. “We would like…


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