The Miami-Dade Police Department has arrested a homeless man in connection with the murder of a University of Miami architecture student.
“Sometimes kids just want to do what everybody else is doing,’’ Richt said. “There’s a bunch of kids that are acting like they’ve got a bunch of money on Snapchat and there may be 20,000 kids doing it, but they don’t play quarterback at Miami. They’ve just got to understand that it’s different for them because people know who they are.”
But that doesn’t mean change should be avoided. The Hurricanes offense could use a facelift.
If there is anything certain about college football, it’s that there are no guarantees. Just one week ago, Miami quarterback N’Kosi Perry had thrown four touchdowns to lead the Hurricanes from 20 points down to defeat rival Florida State, seemingly securing his starting spot over former lead man Malik Rosier – at least for a…
Miami-Dade Police homicide detectives are investigating after a University of Miami architecture student was found dead in his apartment Sunday afternoon.
Breaking a seven-year drought without a win against rival Florida State in 2017 was monumental for Miami Hurricanes football in more ways than one. Not only was the 24-20, last-second victory the beginning of what would be a historic run in the Atlantic Coast Conference, but it also marked a new chapter for the Canes…
“As a citizen, wouldn’t you want to be absolutely positive that those elected officials are looking out for all of us and not just a small percent?” Obama said.
“Baylie is the type of member you hope to have,” Zeta Tau Alpha President Chloe Vizzone said at the time of the accident. “She is a friend to everyone, tremendously academically-focused and ambitious, and she never fails to put a smile on your face.”
Mark Richt knew who would start under center for Miami’s Atlantic Coast Conference opener against North Carolina. But the Hurricanes’ faithful found out when N’Kosi Perry ran onto the field for Miami’s first drive, which was met with a roar of cheers. However, it was the Hurricanes’ defense — which entered the game ranked second…
If books such as J. K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter,” Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”, J. D. Salinger’s “Catcher in the Rye” or Dr. Seuss’s “The Lorax” sound familiar, then Richter Library’s upcoming Banned Books Week is worth participating in.