After a brief stay earlier in the season, the Miami Hurricanes find themselves ranked once again.
Miami Hurricanes basketball coach Jim Larranaga sent his players home with a quiz Friday night. The team barely passed that test when they took on Syracuse Saturday.
A second-half rally by Miami helped the Canes beat North Carolina State 65-60 on Thursday night.
Another former Miami Hurricanes football player is making a donation to his alma mater.
The inaugural Miami Beach Bowl will long be remembered, but not for anything that had to do with the final score.
Kasey Hill and Chris Walker arrived at Florida as McDonald’s All-Americans, can’t-miss prospects, the next big-time players for coach Billy Donovan.
Jim Palma played one year of freshman basketball at the University of Miami in the 1940s. His name appears in no official program records, and since he wasn’t on the varsity squad he’s not recognized as a letterwinner at the school.
Notre Dame’s Jerian Grant channeled the luck of the Irish as he scored 23 points on Saturday, helping his team overcome a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat Miami 75-70.
Cardale Jones decided to hold a press conference at his high school in Cleveland yesterday to announce he would be staying at Ohio State instead of opting for the NFL Draft. Many thought the idea of […]
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota has declared his eligibility for the NFL draft.
UF 1st To Final Four, Beating Dayton 62-52
The Miami Hurricanes almost made an early exit from the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Friday before rallying to knock off the Boston College Eagles, 69-58.
The Alabama Crimson Tide ran over, around and through a completely overmatched Notre Dame Fighting Irish team Monday night to win the 2013 BCS National Championship.
With 2:19 to go in Thursday night’s Florida State Seminoles versus Virginia Tech Hokies game; FSU was down and needed at least a field goal to win the game. FSU sent senior quarterback E.J. Manuel on the field and around a minute later, the Seminoles were celebrating.