Two Miami Hurricanes players were honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference Monday as members of the first and second team All-ACC squads.
Down to its third try and last chance, Miami came through.
All the Miami Hurricanes needed Wednesday night was a win against woeful Georgia Tech to clinch the school’s first ACC basketball championship. Instead, the Canes are now one more loss away from possibly having to share that crown with the Duke Blue Devils.
The Duke Blue Devils had to have 36 points from starter Ryan Kelly to knock off the Miami Hurricanes by just three points on Saturday. While the Canes took a loss, it didn’t impact the team’s ranking very much this week.
The University of Miami stands poised to clinch a number one seed in the NCAA Tournament as March begins Friday, but before that the Hurricanes clinched at least a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season championship thanks to a little help from Virginia.
The Miami Hurricanes are giving the Miami Heat a run for their money on who the best basketball team in South Florida is in 2013.
Florida State, Clemson, and North Carolina dominated the 1st and 2nd team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selections released Monday.
Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday that he’s “committed to this football program” when asked about his future with the Noles.
Miami’s decision to self-impose a second-straight postseason ban didn’t come as a surprise to most observers, even though it is unprecedented in NCAA history. But, with such a young roster, the move could be especially wise.
The Miami Hurricanes have just two games left to become bowl eligible in 2012 including Saturday’s home game against the University of South Florida Bulls.