Posted November 02, 2012 on AP on Fox
To no one's surprise, Miami coach Al Golden wants to see the Hurricanes in a bowl game this season. It's still unclear if he will get that chance. The university remained silent Sunday about whether Miami would self-impose a second straight postseason ban, which would be done in response to the ongoing NCAA investigation into the Hurricanes' compliance practices. Golden said he spoke briefly Sunday with acting Miami athletic director Blake James, but was not told of any final decision. ''It's just difficult,'' Golden said of the waiting game. ''It really is. It's difficult and unwieldy.'' Golden said he's always talking to his players about focusing on the things they can control and following a process. ''This is the antithesis of that,'' he said. ''This is kind of a curveball.'' Miami (6-5) became bowl-eligible on Saturday with a 40-9 win over South Florida. And the Hurricanes might not b...

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Highlights: Miami loses to Saint Leo 69-67

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