It’s another regular-season finale at Duke, which means this is the last game for a team that isn’t going to a bowl. Except that this time, it’s Miami that will be home for the holidays.
It’s hard to imagine based on their defensive performance this year, but the Miami Hurricanes stand on the cusp of clinching a berth in the Atlantic Coast Championship game if a few things fall UM’s way this weekend.
The last time Duke and Florida International tangled on the field, the Blue Devils ran right through FIU’s defense in Miami. Now, FIU has traveled to Duke looking for a bit of retribution in its season opening game.
A few years ago, a game between Florida International and Duke would have been a battle of teams most major schools schedule for an easy victory. But thanks to head coach Mario Cristobal’s influence, FIU is on the rise and David Cutcliffe’s Blue Devils aren’t exactly pushovers.
The University of Miami’s basketball season hasn’t been especially great, but Sunday, the Hurricanes stormed Cameron Indoor Stadium at Duke and silenced the Cameron Crazies, 78-74 in overtime.
The Miami Hurricanes’ up and down season continues Saturday as the Canes try to even their Atlantic Coast Conference record with an afternoon tilt against the Duke Blue Devils.
The Florida State Seminoles are in desperation mode as what began as a season ranked in the Top 5 has devolved into a Noles team with a losing record.
The Florida International Golden Panthers will try to avenge its first loss of the season this Saturday against the Duke Blue Devils.
Coming off the first loss of the season, the Florida International University Golden Panthers are hoping to have two of their best players back on the field this Saturday.
The Florida International Golden Panthers got a bit of a reprieve Monday evening as they continue to prepare to face the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday.