While National Signing Day didn’t go exactly as the University of Miami would’ve hoped, there were some positives to take away from it.
With National Signing Day in full effect across the country, high school football players are signing their letters of intent and choosing where they want to play for the next several years of their lives.
Even with a weak second half, No. 9-ranked Louisville beat the Miami Hurricanes 63-55 on Tuesday.
Louisville’s taxing schedule prompted coach Rick Pitino to give his squad a rare day off before it begins another tough stretch, which is common in an ACC that is deep with quality opponents.
Miami Hurricanes guard Angel Rodriguez said the inconsistency of attendance could be connected to the team’s inconsistent play.
Marcus Georges-Hunt scored 24 points and Georgia Tech earned its first Atlantic Coast Conference victory of the season by upsetting No. 23 Miami 70-50 on Wednesday night.
Xavier Rathan-Mayes scored 21 points, hitting a 3-pointer and then two free throws in the final minute of double overtime, as Florida State defeated Wake Forest 82-76 on Wednesday.
Jesse Morgan scored 15 points and Temple sank 10 3-pointers in taking an 86-62 victory over UCF on Wednesday night.
Jimbo Fisher’s eight-year contract extension will begin with a $5 million salary in 2015 and includes a significant buyout if he chooses to leave Florida State before the end of the 2022 season.
After a brief stay earlier in the season, the Miami Hurricanes find themselves ranked once again.
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