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FSU picked to finish second, Miami third in ACC divisions

Florida State is picked to finish second behind Clemson in the ACC Atlantic Division, while Miami is picked to finish third in the ACC Coastal Division behind Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech.

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Former 'Cane, Dolphin Randal Hill visits 'Sports Sunday'

Former Miami Hurricanes and Dolphins wide receiver Randal Hill stops by Local 10 News for "Sports Sunday."

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Hurricanes reveal new uniforms

The Miami Hurricanes have revealed their new look.

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Kaaya named to O'Brien Award watch list

Canes quarterback Brad Kaaya received another preseason honor.

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'Canes linebacker named to Butkus Award preseason watch list

Miami linebacker Raphael Kirby is among 51 players named to the preseason watch list for the 2015 Butkus Award.

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Kaaya named to Maxwell Award watch list

'Canes quarterback Brad Kaaya has been named to the Maxwell Award watch list.

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'Canes offensive lineman dismissed from team

The Miami Hurricanes have dismissed offensive lineman Taylor Gadbois from the team.

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Gators end season for 'Canes in College World Series

Harrison Bader led off the game with the first of Florida's four home runs, Alex Faedo and two relievers combined on a four-hitter, and the Gators knocked Miami out of the College World Series with a 10-2 win Wednesday night.

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Local 10's Will Manso chats with Jacob Heyward

Local 10 News sports director Will Manso speaks with Miami's Jacob Heyward, who helped lift the Hurricanes past Arkansas in a College World Series elimination game.

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Hurricanes walk off with 4-3 victory over Arkansas at CWS

Jacob Heyward singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to put the finishing touch on a huge game for him, and Miami eliminated Arkansas from the College World Series with a 4-3 victory Monday.

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Gators' 11-run inning ties record, fuels 15-3 win over Miami

Florida scored 11 runs in the fourth inning to tie a College World Series record, and defeated Miami 15-3 on Saturday night, the Hurricanes' most lopsided loss in their long and proud postseason history.

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