CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - The Miami Hurricanes have plenty of motivation to bounce back quickly from Saturday's thrilling loss at Duke.
Ranked No. 6, the Hurricanes have earned at least a share of their first Atlantic Coast Conference championship with two games to go, both at home. Miami (23-5, 14-2) plays Georgia Tech on Wednesday and Clemson on Saturday.
Win either game, and the Hurricanes clinch their first outright league basketball title. Miami would also clinch with a loss by second-place Duke against Virginia Tech on Tuesday night.
The Hurricanes won their first 13 league games before losing at Wake Forest. They're 13-0 at home, where six seniors will play for the final time this week.

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