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No Team Was Ever Higher
Aroused Miami climbed all over mighty Nebraska in the Orange Bowl to lay claim to the 1984 national championship
It wasn't a Fluke. It was a Flutie
Doug Flutie arched a last-second pass into the heavens that gave BC—ho-hum—another miracle win
See Ya Later, Gators
No doubt about it if Florida's victory over rival Miami is any indication of its prowess
MIAMI VICE TWICE
Thank you for coming, ladies and gentlemen. And now, if we can just get started with the slide show, it's time to introduce America's new No. 1 college football ...
Charlie Tate has a round face with billowing cheeks, and when he smiles his eyes disappear and he looks like the only living Malayan football coach. Because ...
19 Miami Tired of looking more like chumps than champs, the Hurricanes believe this is the year they turn things around
When Miami quarterback Scott Covington worked out this summer, lifting weights and running laps through the oppressive South Florida heat ...
The End of the Run
With a resounding 34-13 Sugar Bowl victory, Alabama put a stop to Miami's 29-game winning streak and won its first national title since 1979
STORMING INTO THE BIG EAST
On Oct. 9, in the early-morning gray of north Miami, rain was falling in sheets, and the wind had the palm trees reeling. It never seems right in ...
The Dream Game
Would you believe it? Washington beat Miami in the battle of two No. 1's
A Helping Of Family Values
Miami's dynasty is sustained by former stars and their legacy of excellence—and arrogance