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Gables linebacker signs with the Canes

Gables linebacker signs with the Canes

Coral Gables Senior High’s Denzel Perryman signed his letter of intent with the Miami Hurricanes on Wednesday. The Miami Hurricane sat down with the 5-11, 217-pound linebacker to talk about getting advice from NFL players to dealing with the recruiting process.


Low attendance a problem nationwide

Juniors Shenise Johnson and Riquna Williams rank first and second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring. They have sparked the 16th-ranked Hurricanes to a 20-2 record and 21 consecutive home victories.

But as the women’s basketball team continues to shine on the court, it’s been a struggle to get fans in the seats at the BankUnited Center.


Top four tips to get your wizarding fix

With the release of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” this past weekend, fans find Harry, Ron and Hermione away from Hogwarts grounds. Luckily for Muggles, you can still get your fix of the school for witchcraft and wizardry as well as the neighboring village of Hogsmeade. No longer do they exist just in the minds of readers from around the world.


Breaking down the other 11 ACC teams

1. Duke (35-5, 13-3) The defending national champion returns the most outstanding player of the Final Four, senior Kyle Singler. Not only did he receive an unanimous vote as the conference’s preseason player of the year, but he also became the only repeat selection for the Associated Press’ Preseason Men’s Basketball All-American team. 2. Virginia…

A weekend in Ohio

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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