Malcolm Grant

Head coach Jim Larranaga of the Miami (Fl) Hurricanes talks with his players against the Florida State Seminoles in their Quarterfinal game of the 2012 ACC Men's Basketball Conference Tournament at Philips Arena on March 9, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

No. 17 FSU Beats Short-Handed Miami, 82-71, In ACC

Malcolm Grant says Miami still has a lot of basketball to play in this postseason. But where? And with what teammates? Playing without top scorer Durand Scott, Miami couldn’t keep up No. 17 Florida State, falling to the Seminoles 82-71 in the ACC tournament quarterfinals.


Elias Harris, Omar Samhan

Canes Blow Virginia Away 70-68

The Miami Hurricanes blew past Virginia Saturday for a 70-68 point win after Rion Brown made three free throws to tie the game with 13.7 seconds left in regulation.


Dr. Michael Krop Senior High’s Lightning beat Hialeah-Miami Lakes High in the Miami Athletic Conference to win the playoff.

NC State Tops Miami 72-70

Richard Howell scored a career-high 17 points to help North Carolina State beat Miami 72-70 on Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak.


University of Miami Hurricanes

Hurricanes Blow Past West Virginia 79-76

Malcolm Grant sparked a comeback Saturday by the Miami Hurricanes, who overcame a 13-point deficit with less than 13 minutes left and beat West Virginia 79-76. The Mountaineers led 54-41 before Miami rallied.