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Canes Should Give Freshman QB Kaaya Starting Nod

Miami coach Al Golden has a tough decision to make before his team travels to play the Louisville Cardinals on Sept. 1. With graduate transfer Jake Heaps and true freshman Brad Kaaya still neck and neck through two scrimmages competing for the starting job, Golden should start the youngster to begin a new era in Hurricanes football.  80 more words

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CFB Rankings Post Braxton Miller Injury

In case you didn’t know already, Ohio State’s starting quarterback, Braxton Miller, is going to be out the entire season because of a shoulder injury. OSU was one of my top 5 teams in previous rankings, so obviously there’s gonna be some changes. 136 more words

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FIU, Ocean Bank Strike Stadium Deal

Athletic Director Peter Garcia made the announcement Tuesday of the new partnership between FIU and Ocean Bank. The deal is reported to last for up to three years, and results in the football facility being called “Ocean Bank Field at FIU Stadium.” Ocean Bank contributed over $1 million to the schools College of Business which will go toward the construction of what will be known as the “Ocean Bank Auditorium at FIU.” Panthers will host eight home games this season, six of which will be televised via C-USA national television deal. 29 more words

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OSU's Braxton Miller Out For Season

THE Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller done before he begun; After re-injuring his throwing shoulder in practice, an MRI revealed the Heisman candidate will now be out for the duration of the 2014 season. 19 more words

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Canes Narrow QB Battle To Two

As the Miami Hurricanes fast approach their September 1 opener against the Louisville Cardinals, the team draws closer to naming a starting quarterback. An injury to senior Ryan Williams and one game suspension levied on Kevin Olsen has likely narrowed the battle between graduate transfer Jake Heaps and true freshman Brad Kaaya.  26 more words

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Culture Of Sports Changing?

Today Arizona State University football player Edward Sarafin told Compete Magazine that he was gay. Statistically he isn’t the only active athlete, and neither was Michael Sam but the question is: Is homosexuality becoming acceptable in college sports? 17 more words

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