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The Miami Hurricanes baseball team is hot. Just rose from 24th to 15th in Baseball America rankings.

The Hurricanes are rising.

The Miami Hurricanes just rose in the Baseball America rankings from No. 24 to No. 15 in one week. The Canes are the hottest Division I baseball team in the nation, having won 12 consecutive games and going for No. 13 on Wednesday against FAU at Mark Light Field.

This pitching staff and talented freshmen are living up to the hype and improving daily, which is a great direction to go at the right time. 

The Hurricanes (25-12, 14-4 ACC), who just finished sweeping Pittsburgh, have swept three consecutive three-game ACC series for the first time in program history.

Miami's current winning streak is the longest since the 14-game stretch in 2008 -- the last time the Canes went to the College World Series.

The Canes are now ranked 11th by Collegiate Baseball. 

After the FAU game Wednesday, Notre Dame comes to Coral Gables for a three-game series from Saturday through Monday night.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN 

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April 16, 2014 ... Al Golden and the Miami recruiting brass made the trip to Washington D.C. to visit cornerback Marcus Lewis on the first day of the spring evaluation period. The 6-1/190 Cornerback is a Rivals Top-100 player and the 8th Ranked Corner in the Country. Lewis is a coveted target that Miami will make a top priority for their 2015 recruiting class...

less than 24 hours later ...

April 17, 2014 ...

Rivals100 cornerback commits to Gators


Florida has landed a Rivals100 cornerback from Washington, D.C., for the second consecutive recruiting cycle.

Marcus Lewis, who visited Gainesville in March, committed to the Gators on Thursday.


"It was time to pull the plug," he said. "I love Florida, the campus and the coaching staff. It felt like home."

The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder is close friends with UF early enrollee Jalen Tabor, who was a five-star prospect out of D.C.

"Being able to play with a guy from my area who can show me the ropes was big for me," Lewis said of Tabor.

Lewis is transferring to IMG Academy in Bradenton for his senior year. He chose UF over OSU, FSU, Clemson and Miami among over 30 Top College program offers.

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Al's selling, but the top players ain't buying... Back to the unranked and 2 stars 4 u ...

21-16

I'm 14-3 as a starter... And I'm just a Redshirt JuNIOR too ...

threw fer 300 on u.

see u in a NEW YEARS BOWL GAME next year, if u get there ...


Al's selling, but the top players ain't buying... Back to the unranked and 2 stars 4 u ...

Posted by: u looose again
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Whew wow man your right, we're done because we didn't get a cb. Very weak post, and really kind of stupid when it's this early in the game.

Isnt that what yall said about tracy howard? Lmao! Uf was ranked #72 in the nation in jan and now they are #25? Someone is buying votes.

The preseason ranking is son when another SEC team pounds them into the field, they can say they beat a ranked team and improve their standing.
see gaytors, you are a Toooooool!!!

Stop arguing with fans of teams that we disposed of

Lets take out the Golden Domers and keep the streak alive. GO CANES!!!!!

We lose because 17 year Olds never change their minds.

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