While most University of Miami fans and the national media heaped attention on the Orange Bowl-bound Hurricanes football team, the 10th-ranked UM men’s basketball team quietly racked up a 7-0 record heading into Tuesday’s home game against Boston University. The Hurricanes are one of just 13 unbeaten teams in the nation. They are winning with a combination of size, speed, tenacious defense and sharpshooting from the perimeter. Fans who want to see them best go on Tuesday because the Canes are out of town the rest of the month. Miami ranks fourth in the nation in scoring defense (57.6 points allowed), margin of victory (23.1) and field-goal defense (35.7 percent). In an 80-52 victory over Princeton on Saturday, which flew under the radar because it was up against the ACC Football Championship, the Canes made 14 three-pointers, their most in three years, and one shy of the school record. Sophomore guard DJ Vasiljevic of Australia led UM with 20 points and was 5 of 7 from beyond the arc. Bruce Brown added 17 points and eight rebounds. Anthony Lawrence had 10 rebounds, freshman Lonnie Walker IV chipped in 12 points, and Ja’Quan Newton had five assists and no turnovers. Dewan Huell, the 6-11 sophomore, is the team’s leading scorer with 14.1 points per game. Never miss a local story. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. SUBSCRIBE NOW “We have great guards on this team, and the bigs are playing tremendous,” Brown said after the game. “So, I think as a collective group, we’re a hard team to stop.” University of North Florida coach Matthew Driscoll, whose Ospreys lost to the Canes 86-65 in late-November, agreed. “They’re an unbelievable team,” Driscoll said. “They’re going to shock some people and make a deep run. They have all the pieces. They’re unselfish. They know their roles. They share the sugar.” Miami is averaging 80.7 points per game and holding opponents to an ACC-low 25.4 percent shooting from three-point range. Longtime college basketball writer Andy Katz, now with NCAA.com, wrote of UM’s win over No. 12 Minnesota: “The Canes had played a soft schedule prior to the ACC-Big Ten Challenge game against the Gophers. Minnesota