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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Randy Shannon
Randy Shannon will not be fighting the Miami Hurricanes in a courtroom.
A sports bar is packed with Hurricanes boosters, most of whom are wearing their team's orange and green colors. They spontaneously break into chanting their unofficial anthem, "It's great ... to be ... a Mi-a-mi Hurr-i-cane!"
The latest scandalous allegations in college football _ this time at the University of Miami _ have renewed talk by the NCAA of the need for "fundamental change" in athletics.
The Cleveland Browns are expected to hire former Miami offensive coordinator Mark Whipple as their quarterbacks coach.
The Cleveland Browns hired former Miami offensive coordinator Mark Whipple as their quarterbacks coach on Monday.
Alabama has hired former Miami Hurricanes assistant Jeff Stoutland to replace retiring offensive line coach Joe Pendry.
Former Miami offensive coordinator Mark Whipple is in the final stages of negotiations to become Connecticut's next head coach, according to a UConn athletic department official.
Plans are already being made for Miami to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its 2001 national championship over the coming year.
Al Golden was hired as the Miami Hurricanes' coach Sunday. He replaces Randy Shannon, fired Nov. 27 after Miami completed a 7-5 regular season and fell to 28-22 in his four seasons at his alma mater.
Al Golden led a turnaround at Temple. He now has a chance to engineer another at Miami.
Al Golden led a resurgence at Temple. He may get the chance to engineer another at Miami.
Florida and Miami used to play annually, a once-heated rivalry that made other series look tame, and they still vie for top recruits every year.
Two decades since their last game in a ferocious and testy rivalry that some dubbed Catholics vs. Convicts, Notre Dame and Miami will charge at one another again.
Jon Gruden apologized Thursday for widespread speculation about his candidacy to be Miami's next football coach, and said he's willing to help the Hurricanes find the right person for the job.
Mike Leach would love to be back on the sidelines next season. He says he just hasn't heard from anyone interested in hiring him yet.
In the lawsuit, Shannon said it was the university's assertion that since he was fired less than one full year after that deal went into effect, the Hurricanes could reduce the amount of money he was guaranteed.
Shannon said the school was only paying him about five-sixths of what he has been owed in monthly installments, calling it an "amount overpaid."