UM Legend Bernie Kosar: Tony Bosch "Had an Amazing Impact on My Life"

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Kosar at a UM press conference in 1985
Biogenesis proprietor Tony Bosch didn't spend all his time cooking up elaborate doping procedures for MLB stars like Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun. As reported in Blood Sport, the new book on the Miami scandal, Bosch also had a huge network of regular clientele, from UM students to high schoolers to ex-athletes. Among that latter group, Blood Sport recounts, was none other than UM legend Bernie Kosar.

Yesterday, Kosar talked about his ties to Bosch for the first time. The former NFL first-round draft pick says the unlicensed anti-aging doctor "had an amazing impact on my life."

See also: Steroids' Long History at the University of Miami

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Chris Bosh Put His L.A. Mansion on the Market for $14.5 Million (Photos)

When Chris Bosh said he and his family are totally happy living in Miami, apparently he really meant it. Bosh's back-up pad, a home he bought in LA's Pacific Palisades back in 2012 for $9.45 million, is back on the market for a hefty $14.5 million.

Bosh, who has one of the biggest real estate portfolios of any NBA player, never actually lived in the property for any major amount of time and rented it for around $45,000-a-month. Actor and rapper Donald Glover, AKA Childish Gambino, had rented the placed out at one point to record an album.

See also: Chris Bosh Owns Two of the Top Three Most Expensive Homes in the NBA

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Video: Dwyane Wade Gets Asked by Kid Why He Flops

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Dwyane Wade and former Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall run a summer sports academy for kids up in Illinois, but this summer it apparently turned into an episode of "Kids Say the Darndest Thing."

Apparently one young camper couldn't help but ask Wade a common question of any Heat hater: "Why do you flop?"

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Giancarlo Stanton Sick of Marlins Always Trading Everyone

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After some early hope this season, the Marlins will play their 100th game tonight and are marred in mediocrity. It's actually an improvement over the past two seasons, but the team is still 6.5 games behind in the wildcard race.

Rather than trying to beef up by making trades, the team is rumored to be calling it a season by dealing closer Steve Cishek.

Well, the team's one true superstar, Giancarlo Stanton, is mad as hell at the Marlins for trading away every other decent player at any chance they get and he's not going to take it anymore.

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Five Ways Dolphins Could Make Miami a Football Town Again

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Does LeBron James' defection to the Cleveland Cavaliers mean the Miami Dolphins could regain the top spot in Miami fans' hearts? That's the question many have been asking this past week as the dust settles from the Miami Heat's loss of the best player in the NBA.

Miami has always been considered a football town, but let's be honest: Three Miami Heat championships in the past eight years has changed that fact. Even with the loss of LeBron, the Heat still enters next season with a team that can compete for a championship, something the Dolphins haven't sniffed in more than 40 years.

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Miami Hurricanes Picked to Win Coastal Division by Media

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The Miami Hurricanes are gearing up for their 11th season in the ACC and have yet to even win the conference's Coastal Division. That counts as a fall from grace for a team who used to be in the national title conversation every year.

But damn it, at this point fans would be thrilled with just a trip to ACC title game. Well, good news, the media has tipped Miami as the favorites to win the division this year.

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NFL Player and NBA Player Arrested for Fighting in South Beach Nightclub

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So an NFL player and an NBA player walk into a bar... and they both end up getting arrested for fighting each other.

St. Louis Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar and NBA free agent Donté Greene both got cuffed after getting into an altercation early Sunday morning outside Dream nightclub in Miami Beach.

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Five Reasons the Miami Heat Won't Suck to Watch Next Season

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A few short days ago, the future didn't look so great for Miami Heat fans. LeBron James decided he was homesick, Chris Bosh was close to joining the Houston Rockets, and the Bulls were calling Dwyane Wade to check if he wanted a get-out-of-Miami-jail-free card. Then Pat Riley got to work, quickly adding free agents and bringing back many key pieces of last year's finals team.

Today the Heat looks to be a team ready to be right back toward the top of the East. Here are a few reasons Miami Heat fans should be excited about what's coming this October.

See also: Heat Fans Need to Stop Thanking LeBron and Start Giving Dwyane Wade Some Credit

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Dwyane Wade Re-Signs With the Miami Heat for $34 Million

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Dwyane Wade has not only announced his intentions to return to the Miami Heat, but he apparently could also end up retiring in a Heat jersey someday.

Update: Udonis Haslem is coming back too.

See also: Chris Bosh Is Re-Signing With the Heat; Wade Reportedly Working On New Deal

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Twitter Drama: Shabazz Napier Unfollowed LeBron

Over the past few months, LeBron James had been praising UConn star Shabazz Napier on Twitter. Shortly before the NBA Draft, LeBron declared that point guard was his favorite player in the draft. Then the Miami Heat went and drafted him, causing some to think it was all part of a plan to keep James in South Beach.

Well, James went back to Cleveland anyway, and Napier has now apparently responded by unfollowing James on Twitter and deleting all the tweets he had made mentioning him. Seems pretty standard for a 23 year-old.

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