One of Miami forward Kenny Kadji's recollections about Jim Larranaga's very first team meeting with the Hurricanes was a discussion about power-brokers in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Larranaga asked who the best teams were. Everyone answered Duke and North Carolina.
At least for this season, anyway, it's certainly looking like those answers would be incorrect.
The fifth-ranked Hurricanes will get a chance to wrap up the ACC's regular-season title on Saturday night, but to get it done this weekend, they will have to beat the third-ranked Blue Devils at raucous and rowdy Cameron Indoor Stadium, where the home team has won 92 of its past 97 games according to STATS LLC.
''Being in a place where they have to chase us, they're behind us, it's kind of weird,'' Kadji said. ''Obviously, I saw it coming.''
Miami (23-4, 14-1 ACC) has shown it can win on the road this season, its 10 victories outside of Coral Gables more than doubling what any other team in the conference posted enteri...