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Simmering, Sizzling, or Scalding


There are few seats hotter than those occupied by Joe Philbin and Al Golden. Miami fans have been spoiled by the distraction provided by the Miami Heat and their historic run. It eased the pain of reality that is mediocrity on the gridiron. Both clubs managed by the aforementioned gentlemen underwhelmed to say the least. (more…)


Will He or Won’t He

LeBron James The decision 2014

“Will He or Won’t He” sounds like the beginning of a bad romantic comedy your girlfriend forced you to watch on Valentine’s Day. That’s not what this is. This is a romance story every south Florida sports fan should be concerned with. LeBron James. Will he opt out of his contract after the 2014 season and leave Miami or will he stay and likely finish out his career as a member of the Miami Heat? “The Decision” 2014 edition is fast approaching and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop it or slow it down. (more…)

Poised for a Three Peat

LeBron James

With the first half of the ’14 NBA season in the books, the Miami Heat have once again positioned themselves favorably in the Eastern Conference. Currently, Miami sits in the two seed behind rival Indiana. The Pacers have put together a very impressive start to the season holding on to the top spot in the East by two and a half games. With the two beasts of the East posturing for position and the ever-so-important home-court advantage on the line, getting hot at the right time will be critical. (more…)

With the Twelfth Pick

Dolphins New Logo

As it stands, the Miami Dolphins are well on their way to making a complete transformation from an ogre to a swan. A perennial doormat in the AFC East, Miami has decided to go all-in during the offseason. (more…)

Dolphins Made Mistake in Starting Tannehill?

Tannehill TD Dive

Did the Miami Dolphins make a mistake when they chose to embark on this season with a rookie signal caller? Are they mistaken for sticking with him? (more…)

No Hartline, No Problem

Hartline came into Week 6 as the NFL leader in receiving yards. After Sunday’s contest against the St. Louis Rams he will no longer be atop the list. (more…)

Canes Unbeaten No Longer

The University of Miami Hurricanes suffered their first loss of the season at home and in the ACC. The Tar Heels of North Carolina defeated Miami 18-14. For the first time this season, the Hurricanes have lost two in a row. Miami’s high-powered offensive attack was befuddled by the Tar Heel defense. (more…)