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.
“Us seniors wanted to leave this place better than we found it and we definitely did that,” McDermott noted.
“Our three veteran guards: Bruce Brown, Jaquan Newton, and DJ Vasiljevic, have really not had great starts to the ACC Conference race.”
Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters has missed 9-straight games with his injured left ankle. According to Shams Charania of The Vertical, he’s opted to undergo season-ending surgery.
These Atlantic Division rivals could be fighting for their playoff lives or playoff seeding come April.
“My favorite memory as a Cane was probably the win this year over FSU,” noted Berrios. “Notre Dame is a close second because of my convicts celebration in the end zone.”
Mark Richt’s Miami Hurricanes, who ended the season with a 34-24 loss to Wisconsin in the Capital One Orange Bowl, finish the season ranked 13th
University of Miami standout defensive tackle Kendrick Norton will skip his senior season to enter the NFL Draft in April.
The National Football Foundation (NFF) announced Monday that former Miami Hurricane Ed Reed has been selected for the Class of 2018.
According to Hurricanes Insider Peter Ariz from CanesInsight.com, Dugans will happily remain in Coral Gables on Mark Richt’s staff.
“Players make mistakes but [Landry’s] overall body of work is just tremendous,” Rosenhaus said. “I can’t see the Dolphins without him.”