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Football legend stresses leadership, discipline
Athletics, Football, Sports

Football legend stresses leadership, discipline

Miami’s most iconic football star made his triumphant return to campus Wednesday for “An Evening with Ray Lewis.” Lewis, the longtime face of the Baltimore Ravens after three seasons at the University of Miami (1993-1996), delivered two speeches to groups of students gathered at the Student Activities Center ballroom. The event was hosted by Hurricane…

Opinion

Lewis tackles past with charity, faith

Ray Lewis’ career – one that has spanned 17 years and amassed countless accolades – has come to an end. And when all is said and done, he will be considered one of the all time greats at his position. His legacy, however, is something much more complicated that will follow him past his playing…

Former players prepare for draft amid NFL uncertainty
Football, Sports

Former players prepare for draft amid NFL uncertainty

It’s a feeling many of us are going through right now. Prospective bosses are pouring over your resume, picking apart your GPA, finding any way to differentiate you from the fresh batch of potential employees vying for the same spot. But for some among us, their resumes are not on paper – they’re on film and on stop watches.

Al Golden introduced as new head coach
Football, Sports

Al Golden introduced as new head coach

According to an ESPN.com report, Temple head coach Al Golden has accepted Miami’s offer to become the new leader of the Hurricanes football team. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed yet, but an official announcement is expected by UM as early as Monday.

Opinion

NFL needs to man up

The National Football League is known as a gladiator league, where only the biggest and strongest can survive. But after watching various games over the first five weeks of the season, it is becoming painfully clear that the “wussification” of the NFL has begun.

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