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As Waters Rise, Miami Beach Builds Higher Streets And Political Willpower

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The University of Miami's athletic director, Blake James, walks to an NCAA Committee on Infractions hearing in Indianapolis in June. The school's failings "enabled a culture of noncompliance," the NCAA said Tuesday, in announcing penalties for the school and its football and men's basketball coaches. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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'Straight Up Revenge' Drives University Of Miami Booster

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