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Inter Miami keep rolling along without Messi, top Toronto behind Redondo to retake MLS top spot

FORT LAUDERDALE — Rookie Federico Redondo scored the first two goals of his career in the second half after assisting on a first-half score by Diego Gómez and Inter Miami posted a 3-1 victory over Toronto FC on Wednesday night. Neither team scored until Redondo fed Gómez for a goal in the 43rd minute to give Inter Miami (15-4-5) a 1-0 lead at halftime. It was the third goal for Gómez and the third assist for Redondo. Redondo’s goals came in a six-minute span. The 21-year-old midfielder used an assist from defender Julian Gressel in the 53rd minute to forge a two-goal lead and found the net again...

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UF’s Billy Napier and Gators ignore the noise at SEC Media Days

DALLAS — Besides taking on college football’s toughest schedule, Florida faces one of the sport’s tallest orders: secure coach Billy Napier’s future with the Gators. SEC Media Days in the Lone Star State spotlighted the looming challenge and the third-year coach’s job security — a common theme back home. “When you’re on social media 24/7 … you see it,” quarterback Graham Mertz said. “You can’t help but not see it.” But Napier and the Gators are not listening to the nay-sayers following a 5-7 season that ended on a five-game skid leading to sweeping offseason changes to UF’s staff and roster. “Change...

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Hurricanes miss out on five-star defensive back D.J. Pickett

The Hurricanes have had a strong summer on the recruiting trail, but they could not land one of their top targets. Five-star defensive back D.J. Pickett committed to LSU, choosing the Tigers over offers from Miami, Georgia and Oregon, among others. He announced his decision on his Instagram account. Pickett, a 6-foot-4, 178-pound star for Zephyrhills High outside of Tampa, is listed as the No. 2 cornerback and No. 6 player in the 2025 class by 247Sports’ composite rankings. He is also rated the top prospect in Florida. Pickett had 52 catches for 1,033 yards and 15 touchdowns on offense last...

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Boynton Beach to appeal arbitrator’s decision to give job back to officer fired after deadly pursuit

Boynton Beach commissioners decided Tuesday night to try to prevent the rehiring of a veteran officer who was fired in 2022 after chasing a 13-year-old boy, who crashed and died on his dirt bike. The city attorney will appeal an arbitrator’s recent decision that Mark Sohn, a nearly 20-year officer with Boynton Beach Police, should get his job back. Sohn chased Stanley “SJ” Davis III the day after Christmas in 2021 after he attempted to pull over Davis at a gas station on North Federal Highway. Davis fled and crashed as Sohn chased him. Sohn’s pursuit “clearly and unequivocally” violated the...

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Former Gators RB Trevor Etienne helps ‘juice’ rival Georgia’s attack

DALLAS — Georgia defender Mykel Williams fielded questions Tuesday at SEC Media Days with his game face firmly in place. But when tailback Trevor Etienne entered the conversation, the menacing pass rusher broke into the wide, knowing grin. Asked what the Florida transfer brings the Bulldogs, Williams simply said, “Juice” — and laughed. Etienne’s addition energized a program seeking some new playmakers on offense. While his impact has yet to be felt on Saturdays in Athens, his departure was an offseason gut punch in Gainesville. UF’s most explosive playmaker down the stretch could now be its...

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Biden considers pushing for major changes to the Supreme Court

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is seriously considering legislative proposals that would dramatically alter the Supreme Court, including imposing term limits and an enforceable code of ethics on the justices, according to a person familiar with the ongoing discussions. Biden’s proposals to overhaul the court, which could be unveiled in the coming weeks, would need congressional approval, something that is likely to be a long shot, given Republican control of the House and the slim Democratic majority in the Senate. The president is also considering calling for a constitutional amendment that...

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Jaquez’s 3-pointers, Ware’s double-double produce another Heat victory at summer league

LAS VEGAS — Jaime Jaquez Jr. didn’t have to be here; Kel’el Ware needs every one of these repetitions. Each of the Miami Heat’s past two first-round picks came away with net gains in Monday’s 102-73 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Summer League on the UNLV campus. Jaquez closed out his two-game summer-league limited engagement with 23 points in 25 minutes. While the No. 18 pick out of UCLA in the 2023 draft mostly toyed with the summer-level competition, there still were strides, namely his 3-of-5 3-point shooting Monday. “Being able to make defenders really believe in my shot...

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Copa America final delayed almost an hour and a half after issues with unruly fans, sweltering heat

By ALANIS THAMES MIAMI GARDENS — The Copa America final between Argentina and Colombia was delayed for nearly an hour and a half on Sunday evening because of crowd issues. Related Articles Sports | Heat advisory extends to Palm Beach County — and safety alert called for Colombia-Argentina fans at Copa America final Hours before kickoff, fans appeared to breach the security gates at Hard Rock Stadium, one of the host sites of the 2026 World Cup. Video posted on social media showed fans, mostly wearing Colombia’s yellow and red colors, jumping over security railings near...

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Marlins strike out seven straight times to start game, see rally fall short against Reds

BY MITCH STACY CINCINNATI (AP) — Rookie Rece Hinds hit his first career grand slam, Jonathan India and Jeimer Candelario had first-inning solo shots and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Miami Marlins 7-4 on Friday night. Reds starter Carson Spiers (3-2) struck out his first seven batters and eight of the first 10 he faced and finished with a career-high nine in the opener of the final series before the All-Star break. Spiers allowed three runs and six hits through five innings. The Reds, who took three of four from the Colorado Rockies this week, did their damage in the first three innings off Miami...

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Old Rubio confidante accused of acting as Venezuela agent can go to RNC, judge says

A federal judge is allowing embattled former U.S. Rep. David Rivera to travel to Wisconsin for the Republican National Convention. The question is: does U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio want him there? Rivera, who’s charged with acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro’s government, has a decades-long personal and political relationship with Rubio. The two men have known one another for decades, and even owned a home together in Tallahassee at one point. They served alongside one another in the Florida state House and Rivera won his U.S. House seat the same year Rubio...

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