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Basketball brotherhood fuels team chemistry
Basketball, Sports

Basketball brotherhood fuels team chemistry

Miami basketball has an opportunity to experience its best season in program history. All the pieces are there: an experienced coach, one of the most talented backcourts in the country and the ability to be an explosive offense. But as the No. 11 Hurricanes (2-0), who started their season Nov. 10 with a win against…

UM freshman sets sights on military after college
Profiles, Soccer, Sports

UM freshman sets sights on military after college

The University of Miami soccer team finished its season on Oct. 26 with a record that ranked near the bottom of the conference standings, but freshman defender Morgan Asmussen isn’t fazed by the rough season. She’s accustomed to dealing with the difficulties that come with new beginnings. Asmussen was born in Okinawa, Japan, and has…

UM football legends inducted into Hurricanes’ Ring of Honor
Football, Sports

UM football legends inducted into Hurricanes’ Ring of Honor

Darrell Langham’s incredible catch and Michael Badgley’s game-winning field goal were not the only memorable moments during the Miami Hurricanes’ win over Georgia Tech this past Saturday. At halftime, many UM football legends, including Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and the late Sean Taylor were inducted into the Miami Hurricanes Ring of…

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