Sport: Miami Against the World

The Hurricanes swamp Oklahoma to become No. 1

Offering more opportunities for trouble than smaller and chillier college- football towns, Miami has assembled the best and most troublesome team in the country. "It's the University of Miami football players against the world," declares All-America Tackle Jerome Brown, who has been evicted from the dormitory for having a firearm. A chunk of the team is in the process of making restitution for phone calls charged with an illegal access number. Individual scandals have ranged from car-leasing improprieties to steroid possession to shoplifting. In other news, they beat Oklahoma last week, 28-16.

"It makes us want to go out on that...

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