Miami Hurricanes News: WBB huge upset, spring practice, early Sweet 16 Odds,

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Miami (FL)'s Destiny Harden (3) Iu Um Wbb 2h Harden Game Winner Celebration /

The Miami Hurricanes football team will return to spring practice on Tuesday after being off since March 11 for spring break. Miami will practice three times per week through the spring game on Friday, April 14. The odds are out for the Miami versus Houston game in the Midwest Regional Semifinals on Friday.

The Miami women’s basketball team earned maybe the biggest win in program history. Destiny Harden added to her big shot history with the game-winner with 3.2 seconds left and ninth-seeded Miami upset number one seed Indiana 70-68 in Bloomington on Monday night. Miami plays Villanova in the Sweet 16.

After the last Miami Hurricanes football practice prior to spring break offensive lineman Anez Cooper, cornerback Te’Cory Couch, center Matthew Lee and wide receiver Colbie Young spoke with the media. Coaches, players, or a combination of both will likely speak with the media after practice on Tuesday.

With a lot of players out with injuries this spring, Miami Hurricanes lower on the depth chart are receiving a chance to impress new coordinators Shannon Dawson and Lance Guidry. Miami is missing it’s entire projected starting defensive line with injuries for all or part of spring practice.

The Miami basketball team opened as a 6.5-point underdog versus Houston on Friday night. Miami has covered the point spread in each of its first two NCAA Tournament games. Miami was a 3.5 favorite versus Drake and won by seven. Indiana was favored by 1.5 versus Miami and the Hurricanes won by 16.

David Lake of Inside the U wrote about the“Five position groups UM needs to explore in the May transfer portal window.” The five positions Lake wrote Miami needs are a starting wide receiver, a run-stopping defensive tackle, running back depth, cornerback depth and a backup quarterback.

Next. Miami early 3 possessions under versus Houston. dark

Kaiden Smith of On3 quoted ESPN college basketball analyst Seth Greenberg appearing on the mothership’s show First Take that the game between Houston and Miami will be a rock fight. Miami will face the best defense in the country by shooting percentage and seventh in scoring in Kansas City on Friday night.