The ACC wants to grow the NCAA tournament field to 72 teams and will propose adding a second First Four site on the West Coast.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 77-45
- 11/12W 89-55
- 11/16W 90-59
- 11/22W 57-46
- 11/25W 86-65
- 11/2912W 86-81
- 12/2W 80-52
- 12/5W 69-54
- 12/16W 59-50
- 12/22W 75-57
- 12/23L 63-54
- 12/25W 84-81
- 12/30W 67-53
- 1/3L 64-54
- 1/724W 80-74
- 1/1319L 72-63
- 1/155L 83-75
- 1/21W 86-81
- 1/24W 78-75
- 1/27L 103-94
- 1/31W 69-57
- 2/3W 84-75
- 2/7W 87-81
- 2/10L 72-70
- 2/131L 59-50
- 2/17L 62-55
- 2/19W 77-74
- 2/24W 79-78
- 2/279W 91-88
- 3/3W 69-68
- 3/812L 82-65
- 3/1511L 64-62
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Florida Gulf Coast graduate transfer Zach Johnson says he will play his final college season for the Miami Hurricanes, his hometown team.
Guard Kameron McGusty is transferring to the University of Miami after two seasons with the men's basketball team at Oklahoma.
Federal prosecutors on Tuesday added additional criminal counts to the indictment of Adidas executive James Gatto, alleging that he conspired to provide cash payments to the families of former basketball players at Kansas and NC State.
Jim Larranaga, who has a 161-79 record in seven seasons at Miami and has led the Hurricanes to four NCAA tournaments, has signed an extension with the school through the 2023-24 season.
Miami's Bruce Brown Jr., considered a potential late first-round pick despite a disappointing sophomore season, will enter the NBA draft and retain an agent, meaning he'll give up the option to continue his college career.
Miami Hurricanes guard Lonnie Walker said Wednesday that he'll hire an agent and will enter the NBA draft. Walker averaged 11.5 points as a freshman this past season.
Miami Hurricanes sophomore forward Dewan Huell has decided to declare for the NBA draft but won't retain an agent, leaving him the option of continuing his college career.
Miami guard Bruce Brown Jr., who averaged 11.4 points as a sophomore and is projected as a first-round pick, has declared for the NBA draft but is not hiring an agent.
Jim Larranaga's latest solid outfit could see three key cogs depart, but with transfer Miles Wilson set to be eligible, Miami is trending up.
On the 55th anniversary of Loyola-Chicago's "Game of Change," this year's squad made a memory of its own, pulling off a buzzer-beating upset of Miami in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Loyola's 98-year-old chaplain said she never had a doubt.
Donte Ingram hit a long 3-pointer just before the buzzer, lifting Loyola-Chicago to a thrilling 64-62 win over Miami on Thursday in its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 33 years.
Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics
With the game winner, Loyola (IL) now has a 26% chance to reach the Sweet 16 per espn.com/bpi .
John Gasaway ESPN Insider
Loyola-Chicago shocks Miami 64-62. Lucas Williamson forced Lonnie Walker to commit a crucial turnover with 23.5 seconds remaining, and then Donte Ingram hit the game-winning 3 with 0.3 seconds left.
From standout performers such as Trae Young and Deandre Ayton to potential Cinderellas such as Davidson and Loyola-Chicago, here's what you need to know about the 16 first-round games on Thursday.
ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi and his team of bracketologists examine the 2018 NCAA tournament outlook for the Miami Hurricanes.
Miami will head into the NCAA tournament without sophomore guard Bruce Brown Jr., who is expected to miss the rest of the season because of a left foot injury.
Theo Pinson scored a career-high 25 points and had 11 rebounds, lifting No. 12 North Carolina while its other stars were struggling, and the Tar Heels beat Miami 82-65 on Thursday night to set up a second straight Atlantic Coast Conference semifinal...
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Theo Pinson is having himself a day. 17 points, 10 rebounds and two assists (which seems low, to be honest). Hit a 3-pointer a couple minutes ago.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
North Carolina takes a one-point lead into halftime after Lonnie Walker fouled Cam Johnson shooting a desperation 50-footer at the buzzer. Weird game so far. UNC couldn't do anything early, Miami got bogged down when it's ball-screen-only offense didn't work.
Notre Dame and Louisville both have potential win-and-in situations on Thursday in the ACC tournament, while Syracuse saw its NCAA hopes dashed.
Chris Lykes sank the front end of a one-and-one with three seconds left, and the Miami Hurricanes won their second thriller this week, beating Virginia Tech 69-68 Saturday.