RAPHAEL AKPEJIORI RUMORS

Miami basketball player wants to play football

Miami could have a two-sport star ready to do big things. Good thing he is a big guy. Miami basketball player Raphael Akpejiori was on hand for a football practice Friday, and according to one report he has an interest in playing tight end for the Hurricanes this fall. Inside The U was first to report this possible sports transition in the works. Akpejiori has already spent four...
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Miami Hurricanes Basketball Falls 56-55 to NC State Wolfpack

Free throws hurt the Miami Hurricanes one again. Raphael Akpejiori missed a foul shot with 1.8 seconds on the clock that would have sent the game into overtime. Just a minute earlier, Manu Lecomte split his free throws that would have tied the game. Instead, the NC State Wolfpack go home with the 56-55 win. T.J. Warren led NC State with 27 points. Miami played from behind for most...
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February 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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