AN ORANGE CRUSH
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Author: BARRY JACKSON bjackson@MiamiHerald.com
University of Miami president Donna Shalala stepped behind the podium Tuesday afternoon and uttered six simple words: "I didn't want to do it."
But ultimately, Shalala and the executive committee of UM's Board of Trustees believed there simply wasn't enough guaranteed money available to fully renovate the Orange Bowl.
WE'VE GOT A BIG CRUSH ON THE COLOR ORANGE
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, April 16, 2006
Author: ELAINE MARKOUTSAS, Universal Press Syndicate
There's some juicy news about home interior palettes. The sometimes playful, always warm marriage of primary red and yellow now is living large on walls, furniture, lighting, rugs, window treatments and vivid accessories such as pillows and vases. Orange is no longer confined to children's rooms or edgy contemporary design. It has assumed a certain savoir faire, even chic status.
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Thursday, December 30, 2004
Author: ASHLEY FANTZ, firstname.lastname@example.org
It may still be named after a stadium in Miami, but the Orange Bowl's revenue, fans and fervor are inching north.
Throngs of Oklahoma Sooners' and University of Southern California Trojans' fans are bypassing Miami Beach hotels for Broward County the weekend before the Jan. 4 showdown at Pro Player Stadium.
The Miami Herald - Thursday, November 7, 2002
Author: JOSHUA PREZANT/FOR THE HERALD
Eno Valiente, head coach of the Carol City Optimist Orange Peewee football team, gathers his team during a timeout Friday night in a National Youth Football League American Conference game. Valiente has guided his team to a 9-0 record, and the defense hasn't allowed a point this season. Story, 4.
ANOTHER ORANGE CRUSH ? HISTORY WON'T HELP UM TODAY
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Saturday, November 30, 1996
Author: STEVE WYCHE Herald Sports Writer
All you have to do is look at the University of Miami-Syracuse series since it was restarted in 1990 to learn the difference between holding an edge over a team and owning it.
CRUSH OF ORANGES YIELDS SURPRISE
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Thursday, January 4, 1990
Author: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Workers trying to spot bad apples in a crush of oranges being rushed to juice processors before a freeze-damaged crop can spoil say they sometimes sort out more than bad fruit. Such as an alligator.
ORANGE CRUSH : SYRACUSE BY 33
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Friday, February 3, 1989
Author: RICH HOFMANN Knight-Ridder News Service
Given the current state of college basketball, it is tough to do anything shocking anymore. Eleven teams in the Top 20 played Wednesday night. Five of the 11 lost. That's par for the parity-rutted course.
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Saturday, September 27, 1986
Author: PETE CROSS / Miami Herald Staff
A blown rear tire sent eight bins of Florida oranges rolling off a trailer truck across four lanes of traffic on Interstate 95 Friday, just north of Oakland Park Boulevard. No one, including truck driver Willie Mobley of Fort Pierce, was injured in the accident. Traffic bogged down, however, as workers wielding shovels scooped up the spilled fruit.
ORANGE CRUSH SOFTBALL TEAM GETS TASTE OF DEFEAT
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, September 1, 1985
Author: TONY DeMARCO Herald Staff Writer
Second- and third-place finishes just aren't good enough anymore for the Orange Crush girls' softball team.
Coach Ed Dominessy and his players -- spoiled by last year's Amateur Softball Association 16-18-year-old girls' national title -- aren't happy with the way their sixth season ended last month.
OBC GOES FROM 'LEMON BOWL' TO ORANGE CRUSH
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Thursday, December 29, 1983
Author: EDWIN POPE Herald Sports Editor
I have seen LeRoy Jolley up, when he trained Kentucky Derby champions Foolish Pleasure in 1975 and Genuine Risk in '80. And I have seen LeRoy Jolley down, when his 2-5 shot, Honest Pleasure, lost the '76 Derby to Bold Forbes.
ORANGE CRUSH : FLORIDA PURGES ITS SINS, 77-14
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, October 17, 1982
Author: CHRISTINE BRENNAN Herald Sports Writer
The University of Florida cleansed itself of two weeks' worth of football sins Saturday. In a three-hour purification observed by 72,885 witnesses, the Gators demolished hapless West Texas State, 77-14.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Miami Herald seeks headline writer...must be able to squeeze out fresh ideas!
Posted by Bill at Tuesday, October 13, 2009