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Uncle Luke and Vicious Sid Squash Their Beef

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As expected, Miami New Times columnist Luther Campbell and WQAM talk show host Sid Rosenberg put on a delightfully entertaining debate yesterday regarding the state of the University of Miami football program. Campbell went on Rosenberg's show yesterday afternoon after the two controversial personalities exchanged barbs on Twitter and over the airwaves this past week over Uncle Luke's column defending Hurricanes head coach Randy Shannon.

You can listen to the 20-minute interview at Rosenberg's page on WQAM's website.

Our favorite exchange occurred early on when Campbell asked Rosenberg, "Do you spit or do you swallow?" The Brooklyn-born radio bad boy didn't miss a beat. "It depends on how much you want to spend on me tonight," Rosenberg retorted.

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