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Hurricane fans can get game-related text messages from AT&T

MiamiportalAT&T and the University of Miami have launched an integrated wireless and text message program to keep fans updated with the latest school sports news.

Fans can text the word Canes to the number 72645 to get text alerts with game day reminders, statistics and news for Hurricanes football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, tennis and several other sports. Fans who opt in to the texting program can also vote on their favorite Hurricanes play of the game. There's no extra cost -- just the standard text message rates apply.

But for now this is the only Florida college team that has this program with AT&T. There are 22 schools participating, and you can get their news by texting their keyword to the number 72645.

  • Arizona State University, keyword: Devils
  • Georgia Tech, keyword: GTech
  • University of Georgia, keyword: Dawgs
  • University of Kansas, keyword: Jayhawks
  • Ohio State University, keyword: OSU
  • University of Oklahoma, keyword: Sooners
  • University of Oregon, keyword: Ducks
  • Penn State University, keyword: Lions
  • Rutgers University, keyword: Knights
  • Stanford University, keyword: Cardinal
  • Texas Tech University, keyword: Raiders
  • University of Alabama, keyword: Tide
  • University of California, keyword: Bears
  • University of Connecticut, keyword: Huskies
  • University of Michigan, keyword: GoBlue
  • University of Southern California, keyword: Trojans
  • University of Texas, keyword: Horns
  • University of Washington, keyword: UW
  • West Virginia University, keyword: WVU
  • University of Louisville, keyword: Cards
  • University of Wisconsin, keyword: Bucky


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I love the vertically stretched image of the phone. Clever.

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