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Miami Hurricanes staying in Atlantic Coast Conference


(courtesy of University of Miami athletics)

Trying to cool down rumors, the University of Miami has come out and is reaffirming its commitment to the Atlantic Coast Conference.

There had been media reports that the Hurricanes were entertaining thoughts of moving to the Big 12 Conference.

Miami athletic director Shawn Eichorst says that the school is not and has not engaged in any discussions about moving from the ACC.



Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet reports

Miami wins for the first time at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium


Cameron Indoor Stadium court (photo by Greenstrat & Fuzzy510 via wikipedia commons)

Reggie Johnson

Kenny Kadji

Reggie Johnson scored five of his career-high 27 points in the overtime period and Kenny Kadji canned 15 as the Miami Hurricanes upset seventh-ranked Duke on Sunday, 78-74.

Duke did not help themselves by missing all six free throw attempts in overtime.

The Hurricanes at 14-7, 5-3 in the ACC blew a 16-point lead and needed the extra period to win.

The win was Miami’s first at Cameron Indoor Stadium and only their second over the Blue Devils since they joined the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Seth Curry scored 22 points and freshman Austin Rivers added 20  for Duke who drops to 19-4, 6-2.

Miami is on its first four-game winning streak since 2008 and have won three straight ACC  road contests for the first time ever.


Info compiled from Miami Hurricanes & Duke University athletics

Muller loses coaching debut at Carolina against Florida


Kirk Muller Nov 2008 at Legends Classic in Toronto (By Horge & Jeangagnon via wikipedia commons)

45-year-old Kirk Muller is the new coach of the struggling Carolina Panthers, succeeding Paul Maurice.

Muller, a native of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, was a left winger during his 19-year career from 1984-2003.

Muller was a 1984 NHL Draft choice of the New Jersey Devils, second pick overall.

Muller also played for Montreal, the New York Islanders, Toronto, Florida and Dallas.

He had hoped to get his team off to a good start, but the Florida Panthers showed why their leading the NHL’s Southeast Division, with a 3-1 win in Muller’s coaching debut.

The Hurricanes have a disappointing record of 8-14-4 for 20 points.


Info compiled from Carolina Panthers & Florida Panthers news

OHIO STATE AT MIAMI (FL) GAMEWEEK: Hurricanes playing 10th toughest schedule in 2011


(courtesy of U of Miami via wikipedia commons)

According to Phil Steele’s College Football Preview, Miami is facing the 10th-toughest schedule of any FBS school in 2011.

Only Colorado, Iowa State, Baylor, Oregon State, LSU, Boston College, USC, Washington and Auburn are facing a tougher schedule according to Steele’s publication.

The Hurricanes have already played Maryland. They’ll play Ohio State on Saturday. Then they’ll play Kansas State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Florida State.

Info compiled from University of Miami & Phil Steele College Football Preview

OHIO STATE AT MIAMI (FL) GAMEWEEK: Hurricanes to honor Maryland during Buckeyes game


Russell Maryland (Miami Hurricanes photo)

The University of Miami will honor Russell Maryland in an on-field ceremony between the first and second quarters of this Saturday’s game against Ohio State to commemorate the defensive tackle’s upcoming induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in December.

The 42-year-old Maryland finished his college career with 279 tackles, 25 tackles for losses and 20.5 quarterback sacks. He was the Jack Harding Most Valuable Player Award winner in 1990 and led the Hurricanes to four consecutive bowl berths, two national championships and an overall record of 45-3 during his career.

Maryland was the first player drafted into the NFL in 1991 by the Dallas Cowboys. He also played for the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers and he won three Super Bowls.

Info compiled from University of Miami & NFL news

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