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WCGSports: Quest for the 2016-17 NBA MVP
Blogs, WCGSports

WCGSports: Quest for the 2016-17 NBA MVP

The quest for the 2016-2017 NBA MVP seems to be a two-man race between Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Westbrook, who leads the league in scoring and is averaging a triple double, is well on his way to his first MVP award after the departure of teammate Kevin Durant. Harden, a former teammate of Westbrook…

The new crop of Hurricanes
Athletics, Football, Sports

The new crop of Hurricanes

Once a year, the fax machine returns to glory on National Signing Day. Wednesday was the first at Miami in several years that was untainted by clouds of NCAA madness. In other words, the coaches were in total control. “Man, that felt good” said Al Golden, meaning he could finally talk about all that the…

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Keeping it locked on sports, campus involvement

Unlike most students at UM, Justin Antweil dove right into campus involvement when he first arrived, and has been making a statement ever since. Although many are overwhelmed by the bombardment of new classes and student activities, Antweil advises that students take advantage of every opportunity. “After three weeks of being at UM, I had…

Shannon fired, Hocutt seeks replacement
Football

Shannon fired, Hocutt seeks replacement

Jon Gruden would fit the bill perfectly and he is reportedly UM’s No. 1 choice. He is a Florida native and a former Super Bowl winning coach. Gruden is known as a winner. His charm and demeanor should instantly draw the message board posters out of their basements and into the empty orange seats at Sun Life Stadium. But to lure Gruden’s fiery attitude and infectious personality, Miami will have pay top notch dollars. Gruden currently enjoys a lucrative contract with ESPN where he appears as an analyst on “Monday Night Football.” Gruden also still collects severance pay from his former employer, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which fired him in 2008.

A weekend in Ohio
Football

A weekend in Ohio

Nancy Melnyk spent $300 and traveled 991 miles on two Southwest Airlines planes to watch No. 2 Ohio State host No. 12 Miami at Ohio Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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