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  • 'Canes set to begin spring football practice Feb. 21

    'Canes set to begin spring football practice Feb. 21
    Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya has noted—more than once this off-season—that he and his teammates wasted little time getting back to work after returning from winter break and a tough showing in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl. But the...
  • Heat pull off biggest comeback of year, top Knicks 109-95

    MIAMI — Chris Bosh scored 32 points, Mario Chalmers added 18 and the Miami Heat pulled away from the New York Knicks for a 109-95 win on Monday night. Luol Deng and Norris Cole each scored 12 and Chris Andersen finished with 10 for Miami, which...
  • Heat rally to top Knicks 109-95, as New York sees Anthony dealing with more knee pain

    For the Miami Heat, it was not more of the same. For the New York Knicks, it was. Chris Bosh scored 32 points, Mario Chalmers added 18 to lead a big effort from Miami's trio of point guards and the Heat rolled after halftime to win 109-95 on Monday...
  • Former Miami AD Kirby Hocutt joins Playoff selection committee

    Texas Tech athletic director Kirby Holcutt will join the College Football Playoff selection committee in 2015.  The former Miami athletic director will take the place vacated by Oliver Luck, who left West Virginia to join the NCAA in a leadership role. ...
  • Brennan Carroll, son of Pete Carroll, leaving UM to take job with Seahawks

    Brennan Carroll, son of Pete Carroll, leaving UM to take job with Seahawks
    The Miami Hurricanes are losing another member of their coaching staff to the NFL. Brennan Carroll, the Hurricanes’ wide receivers coach and national recruiting coordinator, is leaving Miami to take a job with the Seattle Seahawks, the team...
  • Sunday's local colleges roundup: Hofstra women edge William and Mary 52-46, end Tribe's four-game win streak

    Women's basketball: Alexandra Masaquel scored 14 points and Abby Rendle scored 10 for William and Mary, but the Tribe’s four-game win streak ended with a 52-46 loss at Hofstra. Masaquel’s layup with 2:56 left gave W&M a 44-43 lead, but the...
  • Solid second half helps 'Canes pick up much-needed ACC win

    Solid second half helps 'Canes pick up much-needed ACC win
    Over the course of the past month, the Hurricanes have been plenty inconsistent. They've won at venues including Cameron Indoor Arena and the Carrier Dome, but have struggled at home and came into Sunday's game on a three-game losing streak that puzzled...
  • Analysts give UM's recruiting class mixed reviews

    For the first time in his Miami career, Hurricanes coach Al Golden put a special premium on recruiting and securing offensive linemen on National Signing Day. That may have been one in a series of factors that led to mixed reviews for the Hurricanes'...
  • Recruiting linemen proved a big priority for 'Canes this year

    Throughout his first four years at Miami, Al Golden established himself as one of the top recruiters in the nation, consistently landing impressive classes on National Signing Day despite the fact that much of his tenure in Coral Gables was marked by...
  • Five months after surgery, UM's Davon Reed emerging as consistent force

    Five months after surgery, UM's Davon Reed emerging as consistent force
    —Entering his sophomore year at Miami, Davon Reed knew he'd been fortunate. Throughout his basketball-playing career, he'd been relatively healthy. No serious injury had kept him from the game he loved, but that all changed during an off-season...
  • Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?

     Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?
    Recruits are signed, draft intentions known, schedules unveiled. Courtesy of academics, injury and tomfoolery, much can, and likely will, change before ACC football 2015 kicks off, but the picture has cleared since Pittsburgh's epic bowl collapse closed...