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Miami Hurricanes: It’s Time to Start Looking Forward

Depression, it's a terrible feeling. That feeling of depression effects many of us today in our normal lives and it plays a big part in our future if we don't control it. For most fans of the Miami Hurricanes, watching them play against the North Carolina Tar Heels was depressing. It was depressing to watch Miami get destroyed. It was depressing to know that the season was over before our eyes. Fans expecte ...

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Miami Heat: Dwyane Wade Is Back to His Normal Game

"Lucky 13. Lucky 13." Media day didn't look like a typical media day. As media members swarmed around Miami's biggest superstar Dwyane Wade, he was jovial and all smiles as he jumped around the Miami Heat practice court. Wade was excited and brought a lot of energy during the often mundane media day session. Even during the photo shoots Wade was happy and smiling like he knew he something that everyone else ...

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Miami Dolphins: Is This the Beginning of the End of the Season?

No one knew what to expect this week as the Miami Dolphins were on their way to face the Buffalo Bills. We thought that thrashing Miami suffered against the New England Patriots was an outlier. We didn’t think that was the way it would always be in competition. Or maybe we did expect this. Maybe we were really just living on some foolish concept of optimism with the Dolphins. Maybe we were sipping on the sa ...

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Miami Heat: How Tyler Johnson & Justise Winslow Went From Overlooked to Recognized

Being overlooked is something that not a lot of people have to get used to. It's something that many professional athletes aren't too accustomed to either. However, for a special percentage of people, being overlooked is a part of their life story just as vital as DNA is a part of their characteristics. Being overlooked can either take someone and make them feel less than what they are and perform underneat ...

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How the Miami Hurricanes Are Already Better Than Last Season

There was no way that anyone outside of a few people thought that the Miami Hurricanes were going to have a successful season. The Hurricanes last year finished with a 6-7 record and limped their way into being bowl eligible. Then we all got to see the departure of key impact players to the NFL such as Duke Johnson, Anthony Chickillo, Ereck Flowers, Phillip Dorsett and Denzel Perryman. However, for everyone ...

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E.S.P.N. loves South Florida

E.S.P.N. loves South Florida ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Why Mario Cristobal Should Become Miami’s Head Coach

Sometimes the best remedy to stop the bleeding is to cut something off. The Miami Hurricanes were doing their best to band-aid their difficult situation when they had Al Golden as their head coach. Speak to coach Golden for a few minutes and you'll probably walk away from the conversation saying he's one of the nicest people you've ever spoken to. However, it was very unfortunate that his nice personality d ...

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Miami Hurricanes: What Should They Do With Butch Davis?

Ever heard of the phrase shooting yourself in the foot? Well, that phrase is way too light for this Miami Hurricanes program. The phrase that closer resembles this program is getting out of your own way. The Miami Hurricanes have been getting in their own way when it comes to being great and now that it looks like the program is about to change once again there are a few things that need to happen in Coral ...

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Miami Dolphins: The Season Only Getting Tougher, Will They Get Going?

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. For the Miami Dolphins, they’ve had enough time with the interim head coach Dan Campbell to know that these games they play in each week are only for the tough at heart. If the Dolphins want to take advantage of their schedule and start living up to expectations then they need to start accumulating some AFC East wins. The Dolphins haven't been able to win the ...

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