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Miami Dolphins & Miami Hurricanes: Brad Kaaya or Ryan Tannehill?

Sometimes less really is more. The University of Miami came into the season with a lot less talent because of losing seven players to the NFL. The program also got to see the departure of their head coach Al Golden mid-season after an embarrassing 58-0 home loss to No. 1 Clemson. In spite of having less talent and less leadership around the program, for some reason this team never found a way to give up. In ...

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NFL: Kamar Aiken An Example You Can’t Stop Following Dreams

If you drive around 113th Street and NW 27th ave on a random Friday night during football season you might think to yourself that you're at a real professional NFL game. The atmosphere that surrounds Nathaniel Traz-Powell Stadium on each Friday night would make anyone think that the Miami Dolphins were playing inside of the football field. Then again, if you would watch the teams that Traz-Powell hosts each ...

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Miami Heat: Time For Dwyane Wade’s All-Star Bid

"LeBron is tired. LeBron is tired." That's all you heard in the fourth quarter when the Miami Heat were putting a 20 point beatdown on the Cleveland Cavaliers inside of the Amercian Airlines Arena. Ironically enough it was the Heat who were full of energy and not the usual James who has some of his best performances inside of the arena. The irony lies in the fact that Dwyane Wade who's 33-years-old looked l ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Why Hiring Mark Richt Made the Most Sense

The Miami Hurricanes were worried about how they were going to fix their program for the entire season. Fans hung banners to fly during games. People were in attendance with a Michael Jordan crying face. Talk radio got set ablaze each week when it came to the Hurricanes. However, when athletic director Blake James fired Al Golden from his head coaching duties there was much to ponder on how this program wou ...

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Kappa Foundation of Pompano Beach sponsors Thanksgiving Turkey Baskets Give-Away at Golden Acres Community Center in Pompano Beach

The Kappa Foundation of Pompano Beach (KFPB) sponsored their sixth Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Basket give-away on Nov. 22, 2015 at the Golden Acres Community Center in Pompano Beach, Fla. The event provided food for an estimated 500 people from surrounding neighborhoods. ...

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