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.
“It was obvious,” said Maxwell, when asked why the Eagles dealt him away. “You need a quarterback.”
The Preseason AP Poll is out, and Mark Richt’s Miami Hurricanes claim Number 18.
“We’ll probably, sometime tomorrow, talk to the players about what we’re going to do as far as naming a starter for the first ball game,” said Richt.
Marc Hochman wore a University of Miami cheerleaders outfit with Notre Dame legend Brady Quinn to pay off their bet.
Cutler went 3 for 6 for 24 yards, including a 16 yard gem to DeVante Parker.
If the game were to happen, it would mark the first time Alabama and Miami had played since the 1993 Sugar Bowl.
“I think the competition is still going on strong,” said Brown. “Guys are competing well, competing hard.”
“The Heat? I think re-signing [Dion] Waiters was important,” Diaz chuckled.
The Miami Dolphins will appear in a pair of CBS matchups during the first four weeks. Games will be shown locally in South Florida on CBS 4.
“I think right now everything looks like [Cutler’s] gonna go,” Gase said.