Four-star Carol City linebacker De’Andre Wilder (10) sacks Gables quarterback Nick Galuppo, left on Thurs., Aug. 25, 2016.
Four-star Carol City linebacker De’Andre Wilder (10) sacks Gables quarterback Nick Galuppo, left on Thurs., Aug. 25, 2016. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Four-star Carol City linebacker De’Andre Wilder (10) sacks Gables quarterback Nick Galuppo, left on Thurs., Aug. 25, 2016. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Sports Buzz

Sports Buzz

Barry Jackson brings you the latest news and nuggets from the South Florida sports world

UM football eyeing top-end talents to complete a strong recruiting class

September 22, 2016 01:46 PM

UPDATED September 22, 2016 06:58 PM

More Videos

Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier talks to the media after UM defeated Notre Dame 1:17

Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier talks to the media after UM defeated Notre Dame

Giancarlo Stanton shares his thoughts on his Marlins past, present and uncertain future 6:22

Giancarlo Stanton shares his thoughts on his Marlins past, present and uncertain future

Miami Hurricanes celebrate win over Notre Dame 0:59

Miami Hurricanes celebrate win over Notre Dame

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

Members of the UM defensive talk about turnovers and turnover chain

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt talks to the media after UM defeated Notre Dame 1:29

Hurricanes coach Mark Richt talks to the media after UM defeated Notre Dame

Damien Williams frustrated Miami Dolphins lost in prime time to the Oakland Raiders 0:38

Damien Williams frustrated Miami Dolphins lost in prime time to the Oakland Raiders

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina 1:11

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers 2:19

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat 1:40

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat

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

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

  • Waiters talks about re-signing with the Heat

    Miami Heats' Dion Waiters, 25, signed a four-year $52 million deal to remain in Miami and talked about it Saturday, July 8, 2017 at a celebrity softball game at Barry University.