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April 24, 2017 10:52 AM

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Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium 0:14

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain 3:06

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain

Heavy rains flood Brickell 0:55

Heavy rains flood Brickell

Sandbags come out as rainwater rises on Miami Beach 1:24

Sandbags come out as rainwater rises on Miami Beach

Man kayaks down flooded street with neighborhood kids in Midtown 0:32

Man kayaks down flooded street with neighborhood kids in Midtown

Thieves crash truck into store, drive away with ATM 1:38

Thieves crash truck into store, drive away with ATM

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as head coach 2:25

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as head coach

UM offensive coordinator Thomas Brown talks Canes before Pitt 1:51

UM offensive coordinator Thomas Brown talks Canes before Pitt

Jay Cutler speaks to media after Miami Dolphins loss against the Oakland Raiders 2:28

Jay Cutler speaks to media after Miami Dolphins loss against the Oakland Raiders

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us' 1:13

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us'

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