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  • Motley, Jekiri headline group of 'Canes earning ACC honors

    Motley, Jekiri headline group of 'Canes earning ACC honors
    Tonye Jekiri and Adrienne Motley have been two of top players for the Hurricanes basketball teams and in recent days, both earned conference recognition for their performances this season. Motley, a sophomore guard, was named a first-team All-ACC...
  • Michelle Kaufman: Expansion teams Orlando City SC, NYC FC ready to get ball rolling in MLS

    While Miami politicians continue to offer up existing stadium sites to David Beckham, and rumors swirl about new sites the soccer icon might or might not be exploring, our Major League Soccer neighbor up the Florida Turnpike, Orlando City SC, opened its...
  • Bianchi: Let expansion rivalry begin between Orlando City SC and New York City FC

     Bianchi: Let expansion rivalry begin between Orlando City SC and New York City FC
    Running off at the typewriter … There is one thing missing from Orlando City's inaugural MLS game with fellow expansion team New York City FC at the sold-out Citrus Bowl Sunday. Yes, we've had plenty of revelry this week, but where's the rivalry?...
  • Miami beats Virginia Tech 82-61

    BLACKSBURG — Forecasters who have Miami perched on the NCAA tournament bubble would be smart to give the Hurricanes a second glance. Despite playing without injured point guard Angel Rodriguez, the Canes got 20 points from Manu Lecomte and used...
  • 'Canes finish regular season with 82-61 win over Virginia Tech

    'Canes finish regular season with 82-61 win over Virginia Tech
    Forecasters who have Miami perched on the NCAA tournament bubble would be smart to give the Hurricanes a second glance. Despite playing without injured point guard Angel Rodriguez, the 'Canes received 20 points from Manu Lecomte and used torrid 3-...
  • Miami beats Virginia Tech 82-61, Hokies end regular season 10-21

    BLACKSBURG — Forecasters who have Miami perched on the NCAA tournament bubble would be smart to give the Hurricanes a second glance. Despite playing without injured point guard Angel Rodriguez, the Canes got 20 points from Manu Lecomte and used...
  • NCAA Severe Sanctions

    The NCAA sanctioned Syracuse for multiple infractions committed by the basketball and football programs over a 10-year period. The penalties include a nine-game suspension for basketball coach Jim Boeheim, scholarship reductions for the next four seasons...
  • UM women open ACC tourney with win over Virginia

    UM women open ACC tourney with win over Virginia
    GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Miami women's basketball team opened ACC Tournament play with a key win, aiding the Hurricanes' push to advance to the posttseason. Necole Sterling scored 15, Adrienne Motley 13 and eighth-seeded UM beat No. 9 seed...
  • Coley, Muhammad earn praise after 'Canes spring scrimmage

    Coley, Muhammad earn praise after 'Canes spring scrimmage
    Some of them will be heading home for a few days to visit family and friends, others will stay here and enjoy some of what South Florida has to offer in between a few football workouts. But before taking a 12-day break, the Hurricanes had their first...
  • Miami earns key ACC road win over Pitt

    Miami earns key ACC road win over Pitt
    PITTSBURGH  — Sheldon McClellan spent most of Wednesday afternoon trying to get his troublesome groin to loosen up. At one point, Miami's leading scorer wasn't even sure he would be able to play against Pittsburgh. For a half, it looked like...
  • Hyde5: Heat TV ratings 4th in league (take that Barkley)

    Hyde5: Heat TV ratings 4th in league (take that Barkley)
    We're an easy sports market to figure out: Win and we'll watch. Imagine that. That's pretty much every sports market in the country - with pockets of exceptions for specific teams. And don't count the Knicks or Lakers among those teams. This might...