Canes fans camp out before Duke game
No. 25 Miami hosts No. 1 Duke
The 25th ranked University of Miami Hurricanes are gearing up to play top ranked Duke Wednesday night at the BankUnited Center on the University of Miami's Coral Gables campus.
The Hurricanes cracked the Associated Press Top 25 poll after beating Boston College last week.
The 'Canes are 4-0 in ACC play, putting them on top of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Wednesday night's match up against the Blue Devils could send the 'Canes soaring in the rankings.
It was a highlight of last year's season for fans when Miami took down then number 7 Duke in overtime, winning 78-74.
Miami is ranked for the first time in three seasons.
Tickets for the game are already sold out on the University's website and as of Wednesday morning, a handful of tickets were still available on StubHub.com.
Early Wednesday morning, UM students lined up outside the arena to secure a seat for the match up.
"There's only 1,300 seats available for students and we want to be in the front row so the players can see us," said Doug Aguililla, a UM student who camped out to secure a spot inside the arena.
The crowd could push the record crowd of 7,972, set against Duke two seasons ago.
Tip off is at 7 p.m.