Miami Hurricanes forward/center Kenny Kadji (35) dances as the team celebrates their 87-77 victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels in the championship game of the ACC tournament at Greensboro Coliseum. (John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports)
Guard Shane Larkin and his Miami Hurricanes stole the ACC headlines in 2013, winning both the regular season and conference tournament titles for the first time in the history of the program.
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However, the league as a whole disappointed, and the poor play resulted in a lower-than-average number of bids to the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
That being said, the ACC is hoping quality wins out over quantity, as two of the four, Miami and Duke, are expected to make a run at the whole thing.
Without further ado …
2-seed, Midwest region: Duke Blue Devils
2-seed, East region: Miami Hurricanes
8-seed, East region: NC State Wolfpack
8-seed, South region: North Carolina Tar Heels
On Saturday, thousands turned out to run the final mile of the Boston Marathon after tragic terrorist attacks stopped the race in its tracks on April 15.
The Seattle Mariners asked ESPN’s John Clayton to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, so the reporter hit the gym to whip himself into the shape.
Analyst Charles Barkley said that he believes the NBA wants the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals, and has told the refs to make life hard on the Indiana Pacers.
This is for fun, but the folks over at Every Day Should be Saturday gave us an excellent reason as to how Nick Saban is able to recruit so well at Alabama.
Indiana Pacers forward George Hill compared LeBron James to God, but the four-time MVP pointed to two late turnovers in Game 2 to prove otherwise.
Arizona Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez joined in with a mariachi band who came into the office to celebrate his birthday.