University of Miami Hurricanes head basketball coach Jim Larranaga hopes he can awaken the echoes Thursday in the building that launched him to national prominence just six seasons ago.
There was no question about Shane Larkin’s go-ahead 3-pointer for Miami. The ball that appeared to ricochet off the hands of Miami’s Kenny Kadji seconds later but went to the Hurricanes — well, look at the replay.
The Miami Hurricanes turned an unplanned fire drill into an impromptu party.
A fire alarm triggered a brief evacuation Saturday of the University of Texas arena hosting NCAA tournament games.
Shane Larkin is sharing a special season with all those Miami seniors.
The Miami Hurricanes swept through the Atlantic Coast Conference and the ACC tournament and almost swept the individual awards as voted on by the league’s coaches.
Miami Hurricanes head basketball coach Jim Larranaga has been named the Henry Iba Coach of the Year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
Jim Larranaga’s team has had a banner season, but they’ll likely have to beat Duke for a second time this season — this time with Ryan Kelly — to reinforce their potential to go deep in the NCAA Tournament.
Shane Larkin and fifth-ranked Miami stayed shot for shot with third-ranked Duke on its famously hostile home court for most of Saturday night. The Hurricanes just didn’t execute well enough in the final minutes to earn a second straight win at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
The University of Miami Hurricanes brought a perfect record into Clemson and wanted to avoid one thing during the trip, avoid having the court at Clemson stormed by the fans after an upset. It took until the final seconds of the game, but UM was able to secure a victory thanks to a missed layup and put back attempt at the end of regulation by Clemson.