IMMDEIATE RELEASE FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER, MIAMI, FL...
HOWEVER, THE CATEGORY THREE HURRICANE HAS ALREADY CAUSED SOME EXTENSIVE DAMAGE FROM WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY IN RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC AND NORTH TO VIRGINIA TECH UNIVERSITY IN BLACKSBURG, VA.
ON SATURDAY THE HURRICANE IS EXPECTED TO STALL OUT OVER THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA AND AFFECT THE AREA AROUND GREENSBORO AND ALSO THE DUKE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS.
IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT FURTHER STRENGTHENING OF THIS POWERFUL HURRICANE SHOULD BE ANTICIPATED AND THAT ALL PEOPLE RESIDING IN THE CONE OF DANGER SHOULD TAKE IMMEDIATE PRECAUTIONS AND BEGIN EMERGENCY PREPARATIONS.
THE NEXT UPDATE FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER WILL BE ISSUED TOMORROW AT 3:30 PM. STAY TUNED TO YOUR LOCAL HURRICANE BLOG FOR INTERMEDIATE UPDATES.
Your University of Miami Hurricanes basketball team haS literally come out of no where to shock the Atlantic Coast Conference, the National media and even some doubting UM fans (me included) by beating two highly seeded teams in the first two rounds of the ACC tournament in Greensboro, NC.
After losing Faith in Haith as a result of a late season collapse that saw Miami finish last in the conference with a 4-12 record, Hurricane fans have jumped back on the UM basketball bandwagon and have thrown their faith firmly behind this suddenly over-achieving team and their head coach.
After getting their Wake up call and sending the Demon Deacons to purgatory by a whopping 21 points on Thursday, Miami extracted some sweet revenge for their football brethren by beating Virginia Tech 70-65 on Friday.
Fortunately for the Hurricanes, there were no reports of rain or cold inside Greensboro Colesium during the game. Otherwise it might have been a different story.
We suggest that you follow hurricane warning guidelines and grab your supplies and hunker down. Strap up, it's gonna be a rough ride...