News Roundup: Fins' Will Allen Gets Douchiest DUI Ever

  • Sources tell CBS4 that businessman Carlos Migoya will be named Miami's new city manager. [CBS4]
  • 11 wild horses in Hialeah were captured this weekend. [CBS4]
  • Kim Rothstein was still collecting rent on houses that had been forfeited to the government. [NBCMiami]
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  • Dolphins cornerback Will Allen got arrested early Saturday morning for ...ugh... driving his Ferrari drunk on Miami Beach. He was released on $1000 bail. [Herald]
  • The Utah Jazz say the Heat never made a serious bid for Carlos Boozer. [DeseretNews]
  • A Wade-less Heat fell to the Dallas Mavericks 97-91. [Herald]
  • Hurricanes Basketball fell to Georgia Tech 77-73. [ESPN]
  • But, Hurricanes Baseball started off the season going 3-0 against Rutgers in a weekend series. [Herald]

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