via K-State AthleticsThis weekend marked the homecoming of Frank Martin, a Miami native who's turned the Kansas State Wildcats into a Top 10 basketball team. If you read the Herald's glowing piece on Martin though, you may have stumbled over a couple quick sentences: Martin "was fired" as coach o ... More >>
The Super's Greatest hits
Boys who train with Frank Gachelin learn an important lesson: Rules shouldn't get in the way
Letters from the issue of March 16, 2000
Andrea Loring got tired of seeing private high schools recruit star basketball players. But she had no idea busting them would bring her such grief.
Miami-Dade school chief Roger Cuevas is cracking down on sports abuses. Again.
In Miami there's one sure way to build a championship high school sports team: Throw out the rule book and cheat like hell
1998 was a great year for corruption. New Times puts a price tag on the year's malfeasance
No football rivalry in the nation tops the contest between Jackson and Northwestern high schools. But the Soul Bowl's success could also be its ruin.
As the state slams Miami High for poor sportsmanship, principal Victor Lopez dodges blame
With the clock running down, Miami High principal Victor Lopez fights back
Miami High's principal comes out swinging as new questions arise about his school's baseball and soccer squads
The agency charged with overseeing Florida's high school sports refuses to investigate Miami High's tainted basketball program
For years Miami Senior High School has fielded one of the best basketball teams in the nation. But getting into the record books has meant tossing out the rule books.