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Miami Dolphins: The Night OBJ Ruined Monday Night Football in Miami

If you're a fan of football you couldn’t have scripted a Monday Night Football game in Miami any better. Unless, that is you're a fan of the Miami Dolphins. If you walked into Sun Life Stadium on Monday night you would think that you were in a time machine. If you’re a fan of words like retro, vintage and throwback then this was the event for you. The Sun Life Stadium field was painted vintage that it even ...

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Miami Dolphins: Why You Should Build Around Team, Not a Player

Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, and Tom Brady. That's a short list to get named on. It's only those five quarterbacks in the NFL today that are considered elite and for good measure. Each of these teams has quarterbacks that are intelligent, careful with the football, not turnover prone, and they all thrive under pressure. [caption id="attachment_43197" align="alignright" width="300"] ...

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Miami Heat: Do the Miami Heat Have a Hassan Whiteside Problem?

Every opening tip-off the Miami Heat boasts a lineup of five great players. Out of those five, players like Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are the most accomplished and their merit as players are taller than most grizzled veterans around the league. However for as tall as their accomplishments stack up as players, there's one player in the starting lineup who's tall stature can help add to their resume, Hassan ...

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Miami Heat: Thank You Mario Chalmers

30. That's the number of days that have passed since the Miami Heat traded away one of their former players, point guard Mario Chalmers, away to the Memphis Grizzlies. It's only 30 days since but we would be short-changing ourselves if we didn't say this, "Thank You, Mario Chalmers." A fan favorite in the magic city, Chalmers was one of the players that you loved to see perform because he normally made the ...

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21st Annual Miami Dade North vs South All-Star Football Game

The most prestigious area in the country, the hotbed for high school football talent, will once again shine in the spotlight as the 21st edition of the Tournament of Champions Miami-Dade High School All-Star Football Game on Saturday, Dec. 19 at Curtis Park (1901 N.W. 24 Ave.) in Miami. ...

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B-CU’S Terry Sims named MEAC coach of the year

B-CU’S Terry Sims named MEAC coach of the year ...

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Kobe Bryant Announces Retirement With Farewell Poem

The 2015-2016 NBA season will be Kobe Bryant‘s last. The five-time champion with the Los Angeles Lakers announced the news in a poem on The Players’ Tribune, aptly called, “Dear Basketball.” The poem periodically shut down the internet, as viewers flooded the site to read the farewell. Kobe’s 20th season is capped with NBA milestone moments that will last far beyond the last time he suits up for the Lakers ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Why You Should Be Proud of Brad Kaaya

The Miami Hurricanes this year have had a topsy turvy type of season. There were a lot of expectations behind this team and we can say after an 8-4 record they lived up to the hype. For everyone who thought this team would fail...well, they were wrong. They were partly wrong because they didn't expect Miami's quarterback Brad Kaaya to take his game to the next level like he did. [caption id="attachment_4261 ...

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Miami Heat: Why You Should Get Ready For a Championship Run

You can say what you want, but the numbers don’t lie, this Heat team is legit and they have a real chance to make a lot of noise in the Eastern Conference playoffs. If there was one team that you would want to put your money on, it should be Miami because in the beginning of the season they are already standing as the second-best team in the Eastern Conference only two spots behind the Cleveland Cavaliers. ...

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Miami Dolphins: What Happened Against Dallas?!?!

Loyalty is definitely underrated. Having people root in your corner when times aren’t going well is a blessing that not everyone has a luxury of having. It’s very seldom that you find people excited for a game against a 2-7 team. However, anytime the Dallas Cowboys travel into your city, then the game automatically becomes a primetime spectacle. In the midst of the pouring rain and then eventual sunshine, t ...

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