Monthly Archives: September 2014

ACC football night in review: Louisville handles Miami to ace first ACC test

ACC football night in review: Louisville handles Miami to ace first ACC test
For all of the talk of Bobby Petrino's offensive wizardry and Will Gardner's acclimation to the quarterback job Teddy Bridgewater vacated after last season, the Cardinals' ACC debut was a smashing success because their defense drubbed Miami in a 31-13 …
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The Glass Half Full – Miami UL & Picks Recap
Miami converted just 1-13 third down opportunities. That one stat tells the story of the game. The Canes ran only 56 plays and could never sustain a rhythm offensively. James Coley didn't give Brad Kaaya enough chances to make plays and continually …
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Dion Jordan's suspension could open door for Miami Dolphins undrafted rookie

Dion Jordan's suspension could open door for Miami Dolphins undrafted rookie
By all appearances, Shelley Smith will begin the season as Miami's starting right guard. But the Dolphins, notably, didn't announce that Dallas Thomas would start in Smith's place Thursday in their list of pregame lineup changes. Smith didn't play; all …
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Miami Struggles To Embrace Unaccompanied Immigrants
Miami Struggles To Embrace Unaccompanied Immigrants. by Greg Allen. August 31, 2014 7:46 AM ET. Listen to the Story. Weekend Edition Sunday. 4 min 44 sec. Playlist; Download. School districts are beginning to cope with the recent influx of new students …
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Miami Hurricane Football Game Preview, Week One: Miami At Louisville
Louisville has only beaten Miami twice, but they have made them count. The Cards have beaten UM their last two meetings a combined 67 to 16. Miami still holds the overall edge with a 9 to 2 advantage, but now that UL has made the jump to the ACC, the …
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