You know when you have a long running weekly poker game and you decide to add a new guy, but then he comes in and starts proposing a bunch of radical rule changes to how you play the game? Yeah, well Syracuse University is being that jerk. Despite being in the ACC for less than a season, Syracuse' ... More >>
Earlier this week the Princeton Review named, of all colleges, the University of Iowa as America's most party happy school. While Florida State and University of Florida made the top 10, the University of Miami, once the undisputed party school champion of the world back in the '80s, was no where to ... More >>
Despite reports the University of Miami had reached out to the Big 12 conference to gauge interest in a possible move in case several ACC members leave for more Midwestern pastures, athletic director Shawn Eichorst has broken his silence on the matter. He laims the U is "committed to the ACC."
Filmmaker Steve PetersonWhen he was a kid, Steve Peterson had a cameo role alongside Don Johnson in an episode of Miami Vice, the epic fictional crime series that captured the city's heady cocaine-fueled era during the 1980s. As a teen, he interned at the Miami Herald where he met great reporters ... More >>
Sam Lloyd, best-known as Ted Buckland, the sweaty, nervous lawyer on TV medical comedy Scrubs, will perform Saturday at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts with his a cappella group, the Blanks.These are the guys known as the Worthless Peons who periodically break into song on the show. Th ... More >>
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