ELO Online: Who’s In, Who’s Out? Here is the NCAA Tournament Field with RPI ranking in parenthesis. It’s still too early to project national seeds and who will host. With that said, here is the projected field of 64.
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.
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
The former owner of the South Florida clinic that supplied performance-enhancing substances to Major League Baseball players and other athletes has been
Selection Sunday is just about a month away, and ESPN’s Joe Lunardi isn’t showing much love for the state of Florida in his latest bracketology. According to the NCAA bracket updated February 16, The Sunshine State has just one
UM News: Franklin Leaving for NFL University of Miami senior defensive assistant/defensive line coach Jethro Franklin is leaving for the same job with the Oakland Raiders. Franklin held this position with the Hurricanes for four seasons, and has 20
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
The Miami Heat began the 2014-15 season very shallow at the center position. Chris Bosh has been the de facto center for much of the year, and has done a fine job for the most part, but he may
During the final seconds of the University of Miami’s victory over North Carolina State, a Hurricanes fan sitting court side at the Bank United Center shoved a Wolfpack player. Miami officials have apologized to NC State. The fan, whose
Yesterday at his final owners meetings in Phoenix, MLB commissioner, Bud Selig, who will be stepping down on Jan. 24th, changed things up a bit on his way out the door. Selig typically granted even-year games to American League