CORAL GABLES — All year they've snuck up on their prey. Like predators lurking in the bushes, the Miami Hurricanes quietly played their way into the top 25. But Wednesday, their cover was blown. The 27-point slaughter of No. 1 Duke put the Hurricanes (14-3, 5-0 ACC) front-and-center in the national basketball discussion. They won't be sneaking up on anyone anymore — especially not archrival Florida State who'll visit a sold-out BankUnited Center at 6 p.m. Sunday.