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According to a report by Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan and Tim Brown, Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun’s name has been found on several documents obtained from the same Biogenesis clinic that recently implicated Alex Rodriguez — among others — in using PEDs from 2009-2012.
Remember that Nevin Shapiro guy, booster-Ponzi Schemer-convicted felon Nevin Shapiro that financed Miami athletics for a number of years? Well he’s back, sort of, and causing more problems.
West Virginia’s Geno Smith isn’t the only quarterback having a huge game. Miami’s Stephen Morris threw for a school-record 566 yards and 5 touchdowns, including a 62-yarder to Philip Dorsett with 19 seconds left to lead the Hurricanes to a 44-37 victory over North Carolina.
Michael Irvin is not walking through that door. Warren Sapp is not walking through that door. Ed Reed is not walking through that door. And apparently, neither is anyone else in the greater Miami area.
Miami supporter and former 2 Live Crew head Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell is unhappy about convicted felon Nevin Shapiro calling himself “Little Luke” and jeopardizing the Hurricanes’ relationship with the NCAA — so here’s his cousin “Uncle Bubba” and a take on one of the Crew’s biggest hits.
Did Either ESPN Or The Dan Patrick Show Get Fooled By A Luther Campbell Impersonator This Morning? (Update: The Answer Is No)
Rapper and Miami Hurricanes supporter Luther Campbell is making the media rounds, responding to this week’s Yahoo! Sports investigation with harsh words about convicted felon Nevin Shapiro. But when Campbell appeared simultaneously on The Herd With Colin Cowherd and The Dan Patrick Show Friday morning, it demanded our own investigation.