It took Andrew Miller about an hour to drive from his home in Weston to Coral Gables, but he made the drive Saturday so he could see his alma mater North Carolina play Miami in a showdown between the top two teams in the country.
He even signed a few baseballs at Mark Light, where Miller watched the first two innings of the game before heading to Dolphin Stadium.
“Nobody said anything awful. They honored my allegiance,’’ said Miller, who wore a Tar Heel blue colored polo shirt.
“It took forever for them to play that game,’’ he said of the 12-11 North Carolina victory. “But you have the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country, so both teams have real good lineups and they (have aluminum bats). That’s college baseball – ding!’’