Found January 13, 2012 on
Hall of Very Good:
After the Hall of Fame announcement became public Monday, University of Miami freshman Shane Larkin did what most people...expressed his enthusiasm
The difference between him and the rest of us though...the newest member of the Hall of Fame, Barry Larkin, is Shane's dad.
Yall dnt know how proud i am to be the son of a HOF'er! He worked so hard nd now it is all paying off! Love you Dad! Congrats
But here's the cool thing.
Coming off the high of his dad making it into the Hall of Fame, the reserve guard hit the floor for the Miami Hurricanes the next night and, not only led the team in assists...but also matched a season high with six steals.
Sure, the 'canes lost 73-56 against third-ranked North Carolina, but still...not a bad 30 hours for the Larkin family.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The Miami Hurricanes were in south Louisiana last week to offer Carencro defensive lineman Jacoby Briscoe, who committed during that visit. Today, the Canes returned to Carencro to check on the status of their 290-pound commitment.
By now you likely know that UM's spring game is at April 14 at Sun Life Stadium.
Nice to know that the Canes don't have to compete with the Marlins anymore to play in their own stadium.
UM released the other two scrimmage dates as well.
The Canes will play their first scrimmage on March 24th "in South Florida'' according to a UM release. The Canes are thinking...
Maryland's basket-a-minute offense couldn't keep up its customary pace. Too often, the Miami Hurricanes were in the way. The No. 5-ranked Terrapins found the lane usually clogged, shot poorly from the outside, sputtered in transition and lost Thursday to No. 13 Miami, 75-63. It was the Terrapins' lowest-scoring game this season, and the Hurricanes' defense was a big reason.
Recently Miami Hurricane fans have expressed some strong feelings about the UM football Strength and Conditioning program and have been wondering out loud about who is to blame for the apparent sloth and gluttony that seems to have invaded the Hecht Athletic Center over the last several years.
It is pretty obvious that there are some glaring issues here when Miami head coach Al Golden...
ESPN college basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli predicted earlier this week that the Miami Hurricanes will have two first-round picks in April’s WNBA Draft.
At a time when much of the focus on recruiting centers on elite players nationally, the University of Miami has gotten back to what put this program in the spotlight some 30 years ago.
Al Golden was ‘surprised’ by the departures of five underclassmen. But he aims to make up for it with early enrollees and the 2012 recruiting class.
Al Golden was surprised by the departures of five underclassmen. But he aims to make up for it with early enrollees and the 2012 recruiting class.
Riquna Williams scored 34 points as the UM women beat Maryland for the first victory in school history against a team in the top five.
Canes coach Katie Meier said the team needs an energetic Morgan Stroman to hand Maryland its first defeat Thursday night.
Maryland's basket-a-minute offense couldn't keep up its customary pace. Too often, the Miami Hurricanes were in the way.