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Hope and soul in "Tigerland"

The year was 1968. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy had both been assassinated. Turmoil spread across the country, but in Columbus, Ohio, a segregated high school came together around two all-star athletic teams and stood in the face of diversity.

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Volleyball RedHawks refuse to be counted out

The Miami volleyball RedHawks look to play this season with a chip on their shoulder as the Mid-American Conference voted the Red and White to finish fourth in the East Division - even after winning the MAC Championship last year.

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Zedrick Raymond of Last Chance U works for his shot in Oxford

With the 2018 season fast approaching, the race to fill openings within Miami football's starting lineup has been fierce throughout the offseason. In the defensive backfield, junior college transfer Zedrick Raymond has impressed -- despite his quiet demeanor off the field, Raymond plays the game fast and technically sound.


The art of the 5,000 meters

The beginning of high school marks the time for many high school runners to experiment with the 5000-meter distance. It would seem that after a few trial runs, one should know how to cover the 3.125 mile distance, but this knowledge does not come easy.

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