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Miami prepared to offer open coaching job to Mark Richt

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Mark Richt is coming home. But does he still fit with the Miami Hurricanes? Richt, 55, was just fired at the University of Georgia, and it took only three days for him to find work after at Miami, according to several internet sources. He returns to the Hurricanes, where he was a backup quarterback behind Jim Kelly with the team. He gives the Hurricanes its most proven winner since Jimmy Johnson was hired by the school. Richt is a two-time…

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Today on Context Florida: Wise Florida, the middle class and Foley Cellulose

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Today on Context Florida: Barry Jason Mauer poses a chicken-egg problem: Which comes first, the wise society or the wise citizenry? Florida’s society often was unwise in the past because of its entrenched racism. Arguably, it’s still unwise because it hasn’t learned from its history; many of Florida’s residents today know little or nothing about its racist history. An ignorant society is not a wise one. Tim Bryce asks if people truly understand the power of the middle class, they are…

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