Canes Spring Scrimmage Notebook: Defense Impresses, Quarterbacks Still BattlingThe Miami Hurricanes closed out their spring practice session Saturday afternoon with a intersquad scrimmage, in which the White Team defeated the Orange Team 24-16 at Boca Raton High School in front of an intimate crowd.
Canes Weekend Roundup: Allison Hurt, Lingard On 560As the first quarter of 2017 is now in the rearview mirror, the Hurricanes finished their ninth spring practice session this past Saturday – which included a full contact scrimmage.
Mark Walton’s Big Night Powers No. 25 Canes Past FAUDespite a sloppy first half from its offense, No. 25 (AP) ranked Miami got a career performance from sophomore running back Mark Walton as it came away with a 38-10 victory over visiting Florida Atlantic University Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium in front of 57,123 fans.
For Most, NBA's Summer League Is A Basketball Job FairThe NBA summer leagues in Orlando and Las Vegas are more important to a young player’s career than some people realize.
Dixon, Memphis Hold On To Top GW 71-66Michael Dixon Jr. scored 19 points and hit four free throws in the final 10 seconds to help Memphis hold off George Washington 71-66 on Friday night in the second round of the East Regional.
Miami Man Claims He's Michael Jackon's Secret SonA Miami man claims he’s the son of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson.
Lengthy Suspensions Common In MLB HistoryMajor League Baseball dropped the hammer on Alex Rodriguez and 12 other players for their use of performance-enhancing drugs Monday by handing out lengthy suspensions. But long suspensions are nothing new in baseball where everything from a few games to a lifetime suspension have been handed down at one point.
Lifetime Bans Not New To BaseballIf New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is awaiting his suspension and could be banned for life. But lifetime bans are nothing new for Major League Baseball which has a lengthy history of throwing people out of the game.