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Miami Hurricanes: They Might Win the NCAA Tournament

Oh, what a difference a year makes. The Miami Hurricanes last year wrapped up their season with a win against Virginia Tech. This year they'll also do the same wrapping up their ACC regular season going against the Hokies. However, the biggest difference between last year and this year's game is that Miami last season was the hunter. The Hurricanes didn't know if their NCAA Tournament resume was good enough ...

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Congratulations to Coral Springs, Dillard & Ely!

Congratulations to Coral Springs, Dillard & Ely! ...

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High School: Congratulations to Coral Springs, Dillard & Ely!

They say that football is the king in South Florida and that statement couldn't be truer. Football is the sport of choice that collegiate coaches and people in droves gather around to see. For as many great athletes that have emerged from the South Florida area who play football, the community is now starting to see a bit of a shift with their athletics. Maybe it's because of the success of the Miami Heat. ...

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Miami Heat: The Bench is Stepping Up Nicely

They say that a team is only as strong as their weakest link and on Friday the Miami Heat showed that this team doesn't have many weak links in their chain. All of the circumstances were there set up for Miami to fail but they still overcame their problems and delivered one of the biggest wins of the season when they played against the Atlanta Hawks. [caption id="attachment_45136" align="alignright" width=" ...

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Miami Heat: Don’t Worry About Hoops, Get Well Soon Chris Bosh

When is enough, enough? Two NBA championships, over 17,000 career points, being recognized as an All-Star every year since 2006 for a grand total of 11 times, an All-NBA selection, and being identified as the perfect prototypical championship stretch power forward. All of these accomplishments and accolades have fallen in Chris Bosh's hands since he entered the league in 2003 as a freshman from Georgia Tech ...

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Miami Dolphins: Is Ryan Tannehill Going to Become Elite?

There might not be another football player in South Florida that stirs up more of a reaction than the Miami Dolphins signal-caller Ryan Tannehill. In the four years, Tannehill has played in Miami, he’s never won a playoff game. He’s never had a winning season. He’s also never been mentioned with the 15 best quarterbacks in the league. In spite of all the lack of accomplishments he’s managed to have in his c ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Five Players Invited to NFL Combine

It looks like things are starting to turn back around in South Florida when it comes to football. The Miami Dolphins might have disappointed last season with their 6-10 finish but the Miami Hurricanes had themselves a wonderful season last year as they finished with an 8-5 record. Many people doubted this team because they didn't think enough talent was on the roster but oh boy were they wrong. For the peop ...

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Miami Heat: How Will They Respond After All-Star Break?

There aren't many events that are more exciting and more entertaining to watch than NBA All-Star weekend. This year the game was held in Toronto, Canada for the first time in All-Star game history and the stars were all over the building. Drake was all over the scene during the weekend, as was Kevin Hart, Shaquille O'Neal and the biggest headline of the weekend, Kobe Bryant. Out of all of the stars on both ...

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Miami Dolphins: Why They Should Get Matt Forte

Prayers get answered. If you look diligently for something then you need to get prepared when it's right in front of your face. The Miami Dolphins have been attempting to find ways to make their offense click for the last three years. This year though was the final straw for many of their fans. The philosophy and the game plan of their former head coach Joe Philbin was to let quarterback Ryan Tannehill thro ...

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Miami Heat: The Most Dangerous Team in the East?

When other people are starting to pay you compliments then you're doing something right. "The most dangerous team in the East." - Kenny Smith Those were the six words that TNT NBA Analyst Kenny "The Jet" Smith said about the Miami Heat. Smith who was a two-time championship point guard on the 1994 & 1995 Houston Rockets squad knows a lot about the game and his analysis are normally dead right. For the r ...

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