News Roundup

  • USL found a new owner yesterday, and it's not Traffic Sports, owner of Miami FC. In fact, the ownership switch could result in FC's demise. [Herald]
  • Your Miami Dolphins beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6, continuing their dominance of the preseason. [UPI]
  • But don't get too happy, because a troubling pattern is emerging: Armando Salguero is concerned by how crappy the special teams have been. [Herald]
  • The economy sucks so bad that fewer Cubans are making the journey to America. [AP]
  • A SWAT team standoff in North Miami ends with two dead. [NBCMiami]
  • One of UM's former back-up QBs will transfer to Rice. [Chron]
  • UM received $20 million for autism research. [Herald]
  • Alcee Hastings is disappointed President Obama hasn't moved faster on ending Don't Ask Don't Tell. [NakedPolitics]
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