A look ahead to tonight’s National Semifinal
I know we’re all rooting for the Canes, but here are the reasons why doing that is actually very smart.
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Miami has two games remaining before the postseason begins and winning out has big implications for their place in the program’s best all-time regular seasons.
Pitt played out of their minds. Miami choked. The refs were trash. It was an all-around bad day.
The Miami Hurricanes Men’s Basketball team has lost just one game through their first 10 in 2022. What are some of the numbers of importance in those 10 games?
In his fifth season in the NBA, Bruce Brown finished with a triple-double for the first time since playing as a Miami Hurricane.
After losing three starters to the NBA, 2022 looked bleak for the Miami Hurricanes. Now, the ‘Canes have one of the best and experienced Big 3s in the NCAA, and should be in contention for the ACC Championship and NCAA Tournament.
After the first Elite Eight appearance in Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball history, there were multiple Hurricanes who moved up the school’s leaderboard in March Madness scoring.
Coach L and the hoops squad take center stage tonight, but Mario Cristobal and the Football team can do the same, if they’re paying attention.
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Jim Larrañaga’s ‘Canes knocked off the 2nd ranked Blue Devils at Cameron Indoor in Durham.
If you’re only thinking about a single coach as the issue at Miami, you’re not paying attention to the whole picture.
The Hurricanes’ top scoring duo helped Miami advance to the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament last season, and will return to Miami after not declaring for the NBA Draft.
Five-star center Jalen Duren has kept Miami in his five remaining options.
The Hurricanes will face Penn State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge after rallying in the second half versus Purdue last year.
Five different players will start next season elsewhere across the college basketball landscape.
The Hurricanes have seen their fifth scholarship player part ways with the team in the calendar year alone.
Miami’s former leading scorer will seek to boost his draft stock elsewhere, after having previously decided to turn professional earlier in the week.