Found March 20, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
During Miami's run to the ACC Tournament title, forward/center Julian Gamble had what appeared to be the time of his life photobombing his teammates and coach during post-game interveiws. Gamble even managed to upstage Sebastian the Ibis with a perfectly timed entrance. Sebastian's photbomb attempt didn't even come CLOSE to the awesomeness that was Sparty photbombing Sam Ponder. But, he tried. Gamble even says at the end of the video they are just trying to have fun and not get caught up in the hype. Naturally, I'm sure the winning helps contribute to the fun. Either way, it's nice to see the team having fun and enjoying their success. And if you're picking your brackets by best photobombers, you should have Miami cutting down the nets.

Julian Gamble photobombs his coach during post-game interview

During the ACC Tournament, Miami Hurricanes head coach Jim Larrañaga was filling one of his obligations as the winning head coach and gave a post-game interview with ESPN.  Senior forward Julian Gamble showed off his ninja-esque skills and snuck up on his coach during the interview to photobomb him and his face was pricelss.  When you’re playing well and winning things certainly...

Roy Williams spoke in Miami's locker room

After Miami defeated North Carolina in this past Sunday’s ACC Tournament title game, Tarheels coach Roy Williams went into the Hurricanes’ locker room to offer congratulations to the team. Weird, right? Maybe this kind of thing happens more often than we know? I’d love to know what was going through coach Jim Larranaga’s head while Williams spoke. Was he honored?

Miami's Larranaga wins Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award

ST. LOUIS (USBWA) - Miami (Fla.)'s Jim Larrañaga is the 2012-13 recipient of the Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award, presented annually to the national coach of the year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. Larrañaga will be recognized by the USBWA on Friday, April 5, at a 9:15 a.m. ET news conference in Atlanta in conjunction with the Final Four. The winner of the Oscar...

Miami’s Julian Gamble Did Some Photobombing At the ACC Tournament

Chris Bosh is officially jealous. Check out the fine photobombing work that Miami’s Julian Gamble pulled off during their title run through the ACC Tournament. I’m not sure how this flew under the radar, but some of the photobombs of head coach Jim Larranaga are just phenomenal. [ACC Digital Network] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Why the 'U' for Yearby?

The Miami Hurricanes picked up a huge commitment recently when five-star running back Joseph Yearby switched his commitment from FSU to UM. He goes in depth about his switch with Scout here.

Hurricanes Storm into the NCAA Tournament

by Steve Etter Miami Bureau Reporter Shane Larkin and the ACC Champion Hurricanes Face Pacific/ The University of Miami (UM) Hurricanes led by Coach Jim Larranaga are making South Florida sit up and realize that men’s college basketball does really exist. In 2011, Coach Jim Larranaga left George Mason after 14 seasons to come to UM. While at George Mason, he...

Pacific-Miami Preview

Miami coach Jim Larranaga was telling school trustees and anybody else who would listen last fall that his second year with the Hurricanes could be a very special season. Maybe even the best in school history. Larranaga might be able to brag to everybody about having the best team in the country. ''It's almost hard to put in words how he's really changed the culture...
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