In Florida, Harris announces $562M for climate resilience
Returning to Florida to discuss climate change, Vice President Kamala Harris announced that $562 million will be spent on 149 projects around the country aimed at improving resilience to threats such as rising seas and the kinds of coastal flooding that recently slammed the southeast part of the state.
Howard Schnellenberger, 87, Miami, Louisville coach, dies
(AP Photo/Joel Auerbach)MIAMI – Howard Schnellenberger was a pipe smoker with a push-broom mustache and gruff baritone, and he paired his grandiloquent manner with grandiose visions for football at Miami, Louisville and Florida Atlantic that caused snickers. He revived the sport at Miami and Louisville and started the program at Florida Atlantic during a coaching career that spanned a half century. His legacy includes on-campus stadiums at Louisville and Florida Atlantic. He then founded the program at Florida Atlantic and retired as coach after 11 seasons highlighted by back-to-back bowl victories. AdAt Miami, Schnellenberger took over in 1979 amid debate about whether the moribund program should fold.
Hauser helps No. 21 Virginia end skid, beat Miami 62-51
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Sam Hauser scored 18 points and No. 21 Virginia ended a three-game skid by handing Miami its sixth loss in a row, 62-51. Trey Murphy III added 12 points for the 16-6 Cavaliers, who took command with a 14-2 run to end the first half. It was very important and as we talked about Justin (McKoy), even “Papi” Francisco (Caffaro) gave us a good lift. Hopefully we can keep that.”Miami closed within six points several times after halftime, but each time Virginia kept the Hurricanes from getting closer.
No. 11 Miami holds off Virginia 19-14, moves to 5-1
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – D’Eriq King threw for 322 yards and a touchdown, and No. 11 Miami outlasted Virginia 19-14 on Saturday night. Mike Harley had a career night for the Hurricanes, catching 10 passes for 170 yards. Brennan Armstrong was back in the lineup after missing a game with a concussion for Virginia and completed 15 of 29 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns. But it wasn’t enough for the Cavaliers to avoid a fourth consecutive loss, while Miami moved to 5-1 and 4-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Virginia Tech beats Miami 42-35 in a nail-biter ending
- Virginia Tech beat the University of Miami 42-35 on the road in Miami. It all came down to the last few minutes of the game, when Miami tied up the score 42-35. Virginia Tech was able to turn it around with a touchdown at the last minute. Miami threw four interceptions and had five turnovers during the game. Copyright 2019 by WSLS 10 - All rights reserved.