No. 7 Miami’s perfect season ended Saturday night against No. 3 Florida State, and it was no mystery to Hurricanes coach Al Golden why.
There are definitely three things that Florida State and Miami have in common right now.
With the fight for Florida just one day away, football fans from both ends of the state are ready to settle the score.
Tonye Jekiri stands just under 7-feet tall, and is a true sophomore on the University of Miami’s basketball team. Jekiri, who was born and raised in Nigeria, only became interested in the sport after a renown basketball coach in Nigeria spotted him.
Thousands of South Floridians are getting ready to lace up their racing shoes and jump on their bikes to ride in the fight against cancer at the 4th annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge.
Duke Johnson ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the second a 1-yard plunge with 53 seconds left, as No. 7 Miami rallied twice to beat Wake Forest 24-21 on Saturday and remain unbeaten.
A bomb threat forced the evacuation of the library on the Coral Gables campus of the University of Miami.
Are you ready to ride in the battle against cancer? C.C. Schieffelin is definitely ready. She’s spinning for someone close to her heart.
Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles fans who don’t have a ticket to the November 2 game in Tallahassee are going to have to watch the game on television, or pay quite a bit more on the secondary ticket market.
If you’re wondering why there was no agenda yesterday, it’s because I began working on the UM story around 9 a.m. and stopped around 3 p.m. Besides that story, the Dolphins have entered full-fledged desperation mode thanks to the signing of Bryant McKinnie; Mizzou preps for a battle with the Ol’ Ball Coach; and my thoughts on the UM fiasco all in today’s agenda.