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Have The Canes Done Enough To Go Dancing?

Joe Zagaki talks about the Canes chances of making the big dance and he also gives us an update on the Canes football team as Spring practice is underway.

Miami has been inconsistent, but is still poised to make a tournament run.

Life on the Bubble: Miami Could Go Either Way

The Miami Hurricanes have been one of the most puzzling teams in all of college basketball this year. “They’re a great team bound for the tournament.”  “Never mind, they’re just a fluke.”  “This team is full of shooters.”  “This

There is a more exciting Super Bowl pregame out there.

The More Exciting Super Bowl Pregame

The majority of the country will be fixated on Super Bowl XLIX come Sunday afternoon, and rightfully so.  Most of the pregame shows start around noon, with the actual game not starting until 6:30 p.m. Does anybody really need


Jim Larranaga Uses Butterflies to Inspire Canes

Earlier this season at the top of the BankUnited Center steps, Larranaga handed his players a blank envelope containing a butterfly to be released, explaining how he’d read about butterflies being symbols of good luck. This had been done

Florida State

Off-Field Issues Cloud FSU-Miami Showdown

Bill Bender of Sporting News talks about the latest scandal to come out of Florida State. Are FSU football players getting preferential treatment?

University of Miami

Pro Hurricanes Report: 16 Canes Playing Pro

NBA:  James Jones – Miami Heat – Jones has been used sparingly all season, playing reserve time. He has contributed and helped win nine of 10 games for the Heat this season, and averages 53 percent from beyond the


Back In Top 25, Miami Wants To Look Ahead

Golden’s visions became reality on both fronts this weekend, first when his team knocked off the formerly 12th-ranked Gators 21-16 on Saturday, then when the Hurricanes gathered to put that win in the rear-view mirror on Sunday. Golden tweeted


Title Hopes For Gators Still Alive Despite Loss

Florida self-destructed in the red zone, scoring only nine points in seven trips inside Miami’s 28-yard line.


Looking Back At Sapp’s Days At Miami

NFL writer George Diaz of The Orlando Sentinel talked about Sapp and his days at The U