News Roundup: Don Shula Simply Does Not Care for Joey Porter's Mouth

  • Your liberal grandmother and all of her friends got together to protest the Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad. [NBCMiami]
  • Police believe a masked rapist who struck in Coral Gables late last year, may have struck again. [CBS4]
  • Don't let your dog eat a dead iguana, it could paralyze the poor thing. [Herald]
  • A man tried to open a Bird road ATM with an axe, which is illegal and probably not very effective. [WSVN]
  • A rape suit has been filed against Michael Irvin. [CBS4]
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  • Don Shula is absolutely horrified that Joey Porter can not keep his mouth shut. [ESPN]
  • In another Lebron v Wade match up, the Heat fell to the Cavs 102-86. [Herald]
  • University of Miami women's basketball team seems to be the only hardcourt team in town that's not totally embarrassing, and upset the 9th ranked North Carolina team. [ESPN]

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