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The running backs: Through the years, Miami has succeeded on the ground, too

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The Miami Hurricanes have helped fill NFL rosters for decades. That’s especially true of running backs. True, the school is known as Quartrback U. But you could also suggest it might be named running back U. After Ottis Anderson, Chuck Foreman, Alonzo Highsmith, Clinton Porter and Frank Gore, why not? Here at the SaintPetersblog, however, we wondered. Who are the best 10? No, not always by yardage, but by impact. Here we go: 10. Don Bosseler (1953-1956): An early addition…

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The running backs: Miami Hurricanes have found great success on the ground, too

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The Miami Hurricanes have helped fill NFL rosters for decades. That’s especially true of running backs. True, the school is known as Quartrback U. But you could also suggest it might be named running back U. After Ottis Anderson, Chuck Foreman, Alonzo Highsmith, Clinton Porter and Frank Gore, why not? Here at the SaintPetersblog, however, we wondered. Who are the best 10? No, not always by yardage, but by impact. Here we go: 10. Don Bosseler (1953-1956): An early addition…

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Rays waste pitching gem by Alex Colome in loss to Indians

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There are days when a pitcher deserves better luck. Alex Colome knows all about that. Colome threw a perfect game into the sixth inning, but the Tampa Bay Rays lost a 1-0 decision to the Cleveland Indians Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. Colome gave up only an infield single to Michael Bourn in his seven innings. Kevin Jepson took the loss for Tampa Bay, giving up a bases-loaded sacrifice fly to David Murphy. Roberto Perez scored the winning run, sliding in…

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