Strongest June hurricanes: Where did they form, where did they go?
The record books aren’t exactly replete with June hurricanes. On average, about once every five years, we can expect a June hurricane in the Atlantic and – as we’ve discussed in previous newsletters – only about once a decade will a June hurricane strike the U.S.
Miami beats No. 1 seed Houston; all four top NCAA seeds out
Nijel Pack and Miami hit shots from near and far against the stingiest defense in the country to beat Houston 89-75 in the Sweet 16, leaving the NCAA Tournament without a single No. 1 seed among its final eight teams for the first time since seeding began in 1979.
Kinchens’ 3 INTs, Miami’s offense shines in rout of Jackets
Kamren Kinchens had three of Miami’s four interceptions and scored on a 99-yard pick-six, freshman quarterback Jacurri Brown filled in for Tyler Van Dyke and passed for three touchdowns, and the Hurricanes routed Georgia Tech 35-14 on Saturday.
Miami Sports Pod: Dolphins win in Tua’s return, Cristobal says Canes need time
On the latest episode of the Miami Sports Pod, Local 10 News’ Sports Director Will Manso discusses the Miami Dolphins win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, breaking the team’s three-game losing streak.
Hurricane hit areas led US with missing 2020 census data
Two Louisiana parishes devastated by two hurricanes and two rural Nebraska counties had among the highest rates of households with missing information about themselves during the 2020 census that required the U.S. Census Bureau to use a statistical technique to fill in gaps.