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With Wilma gone, Miami set to return to field against Carolina


It'll be several weeks before normalcy completely returns to South Florida, which saw homes gutted, infrastructure shredded and families frustrated by Hurricane Wilma's arrival a few days ago. No. 6 Miami doesn't have that kind of time. The Hurricanes need their old form back right away, and will begin seeking to regain that lost momentum at home Saturday against North Carolina at the Orange Bowl, where thousands of Miami-Dade residents have lined up to receive water and ice since Wilma struck. (Bradenton Herald)


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