CORAL GABLES — For the first time in 14 years, Miami has a top 10 basketball team.
UM moved up to No. 8 in the Associated Press poll released Monday afternoon. The 'Canes were No. 14 last week and 25th a week before that.
Miami had not cracked the top 10 since 1999. It ties highest ranking in school history. The 1960 team made it to No. 8 on March 1.
The USA Today coaches poll had Miami No. 11 this week — up from 15th a week ago. Sports Illustrated's Seth Davis had the Hurricanes at No. 4 on the AP ballot he published Sunday night. Miami (17-3, 8-0 ACC) have won nine straight games. Last week, that streak continued with hard-fought road wins at Virginia Tech and North Carolina State. Miami had not cracked the top 10 since 1999. Its highest ranking in school history came in 1960 when the Hurricanes made it up to No. 8...
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