Born and raised in Palmetto Bay, Florida, Alex attended high school at Westminster Christian. A lifelong fan of “The U,” he went on to earn his Bachelor’s in Business Administration at the University of Miami.
While at UM, Alex fell in love with sports broadcasting. He joined the world famous WVUM student radio station, where he worked as a music DJ, talk show host, and play by play commentator for Hurricanes football, basketball, and baseball. After graduation, Alex continued his pursuit of broadcasting, working his way up in local radio from weekend producer to on air personality.
In 2012, Alex arrived at Miami’s Sportsradio 560 WQAM, where he takes the airwaves to discuss his love for South Florida’s teams and his never-ending passion for the sports of MMA and Boxing. Alex can be heard nightly at 6pm.
On Monday, former Miami Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya was waived for the third time overall, and second time by the Detroit Lions.
Wide receiver Kenny Stills: “Matt’s a fiery guy. He loves to have fun. He’s been doing this for a long time. He’s still the guy in here every day that’s talking trash.”
“He’s got multiple cracked ribs,” Gase said. “We’re just kind of taking it day to day right now, and we’ll just kind of see where it goes from there.”
In another heart-pounder, the 8th ranked Miami Hurricanes survived the upset against the Syracuse Orange. Miami improved to 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the ACC, beating Syracuse (4-4, 2-2 ACC) by a final score of 27-19.
The Hurricanes (5-0, 3-0 ACC) will look to stay atop the Coastal Division table, while Syracuse tries to stay competitive in the Atlantic side. They sit third in their division behind 4-0 NC State and 4-1 Clemson.
The former Miami Hurricanes signal caller was drafted by the Lions in the sixth round back in April, cut by the Lions in September, claimed by the Panthers, and then cut by the Panthers on Tuesday. Now, he’s back in Detroit.
The Miami HEAT announced today that guard Rodney McGruder underwent successful surgery to repair a left tibia stress fracture.
Langham, a redshirt junior, had zero catches for zero yards prior to the start of this season. Now, the Lantana, Florida native has provided enough miracles for sainthood in an eight-day span.
Larry Coker, who coached the Canes football team to their most recent national championship in 2001, enters the hall along with two of his former players.
“It’s as deep a team, maybe, as Spo has ever had,” Reid said Tuesday on The Joe Rose Show. “I don’t think he’s going to try and force ten guys in. He’s good about the feel.”