After winning its first outright regular season Atlantic Coast Conference championship, the Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team has its sights set on the annual ACC Tournament.
Carrying a number two ranking in the country, the University of Miami’s men’s basketball team will need to be on upset alert when it welcomes in the toughest defensive team in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Virginia, into the BankUnited Center Tuesday night.
The Miami Hurricanes remained undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference play Sunday evening with an ugly 45-43 victory over the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers had a game plan that almost worked to stop the mighty Canes this season.
The Florida State Seminoles thumping of tenth-ranked Clemson over the weekend didn’t move the squad up in the polls, but on the national championship scene; the victory put FSU in the driver’s seat for a possible trip to Miami in January.
Florida State took Clemson to apart and Tigers coach Dabo Swinney is hoping his players can at least come away with a lesson learned.
The eyes of the college football world will be focused squarely on Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday night when the fourth-ranked Florida State Seminoles play host to the tenth-ranked Clemson Tigers.
Much has been made of the ballyhooed defenses from LSU and Alabama, but Florida State’s defense is outperforming both SEC schools on the young season and allowing a ridiculous 1 point per game on the young season.
The 2012 Discover Orange Bowl was supposed to be about offense. Unfortunately for Clemson, only West Virginia’s offense showed up and proceeded to slaughter the Tigers, 70-33.
The biggest party in town Wednesday night was also a huge security undertaking for South Florida law enforcement officials.
The Discover Orange Bowl is set to kickoff Wednesday night before a less than packed house at Sun Life Stadium. The lackluster matchup is just the latest the once mighty bowl game has dealt with since the inception of the Bowl Championship Series.