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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Dewan Hernandez’ status, Canes take down Lehigh and more

The men’s basketball team started off opening night with a W

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It’s gameday. Miami at Georgia Tech. The season might be a mess but against against an opponent like GT, who have proven pesky but beatable in the last few years, Miami could right the ship. Or not. Following the men’s basketball team’s first win, a dub over Lehigh, 83-62, Canes’ fans can only hope that the football team follows suit.

Without further to do, here are your news and notes for the day.

Around The SOTU

Miami inexplicably still has a chance at winning the Coastal. No, we’re not kidding. Stop laughing.

Breaking down just why the O-line has been so dreadful this season.

Your Week 11 ACC rooting guide.

Profiling mighty mite PG Chris Lykes and the role he’ll have with Ja’Quan Newton gone.

Predictions from our basketball writer’s on the Canes’ chances this season.

Around The Web

The Canes’ women start 2-0 after running over FIU.

Not to be outdone, the men’s squad dubbed Lehigh, 83-62.

Miami has announced that junior big man Dewan Hernandez, after returning to school following flirting with the NBA, is out as his eligibility is investigated. Although Miami was cleared from the federal probe into several big-name basketball programs, it seems the dark cloud of the NCAA will still hang over the Canes, at least for a little longer.

The Miami Herald has some fantastic articles, including how 3-star defensive lineman Jason Blissett has become one of the best RBs in New York, a problem that’s painful to admit and why Mark Richt has history on his side.

That’s all for today, Canes’ fans. Remember...

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE U! BEAT GEORGIA TECH!