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Canes survive upset scare from Princeton

UM passes test before opening ACC play Saturday vs Syracuse

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Coral Gables, FLA – Angel Rodriguez scored 14 points and No. 13 Miami withstood an upset bid, beating Princeton 76-64 on Tuesday night.

Davon Reed finished with 13 points and Ja'Quan Newton scored all of his 13 in the second half for the Hurricanes (11-1).

Rodriguez's two free throws and 3-pointer during a 1-minute stretch late in the second half put the Hurricanes ahead for good. Rodriguez's conversion from behind the arc with 5:02 left gave Miami a 62-58 lead.

Amir Bell scored 17 points and Devin Cannady added 13 points for the Tigers (7-4).