The Miami Hurricanes almost made an early exit from the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Friday before rallying to knock off the Boston College Eagles, 69-58.
Two Miami Hurricanes players were honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference Monday as members of the first and second team All-ACC squads.
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.
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.
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.
Coming off a loss to Wake Forest, the Miami Hurricanes needed a big time win over Virginia Tech to re-establish themselves as a number one seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament. Mission Accomplished.
Coming off its first Atlantic Coast Conference loss of the season, the Miami Hurricanes will look to get back to their winning ways against the Virginia Tech Hokies at the BankUnited Center Wednesday night.
C.J. Harris scored 23 points and Wake Forest beat No. 2 Miami 80-65 on Saturday to snap the Hurricanes’ 14-game winning streak.
The Miami Hurricanes put their undefeated Atlantic Coast Conference record on the line Saturday afternoon when the Wake Forest Demon Deacons come to Coral Gables looking to pull the upset.
The Miami Hurricanes lived dangerously for the second straight game, but still managed to hold on just long enough to secure its 13th straight Atlantic Coast Conference victory Tuesday with a 54-50 win over Virginia.