Rivalry, Revelry, and the Miami Hurricanes

Miami-Florida State. One of the great rivalries in all of sports. Technically, it’s an in-state rivalry. And yes, a lot of the players know each other from high school. But what separates this game from others is the quality of play, and the st...

Miami Hurricanes Come Full Circle

December 30, 2005. The Canes entered a neutral site game against LSU ranked #8 in the Final BCS Poll. They promptly lost 40-3 and spent 12 years trying to recover. It seems like a distance memory, the last decade a nightmare. But at the time, M...

Lonnie Walker is going to terrorize the ACC

All it took was one start to envision Lonnie Walker IV becoming the second most talented hooper in Miami Hurricanes history. Nobody's ever going to sniff Rick Barry's heels in Coral Gables, but this five-star freshman looked like a pro among amate...

Bam Adebayo looks like another Miami Heat gem

The Miami Heat's plan was clearly to bring along their talented-but-green rookie slowly, to sparingly insert him out of necessity due to foul trouble, injuries, or, in last night's case, WEI (Whiteside Effort Issues). Well, Bam Adebayo's electric ...

Be thankful for these Miami Hurricanes

What a long, yet short, journey to arrive at this point. We are only two years removed from when the Miami Hurricanes were dealing with Interim Head Coach Larry Scott. And now? The No. 2 team in the country. This was ultimately a result of a se...

The rebirth of the Miami Hurricanes

And that is why we love sports. If absence makes the heart grow fonder, the Miami Hurricanes and their fans were on the verge of a fondness overdose heading into this Notre Dame game. After 15 years of false starts, false dawns, poor fashion ch...