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If you’re wondering why there was no agenda yesterday, it’s because I began working on the UM story around 9 a.m. and stopped around 3 p.m. Besides that story, the Dolphins have entered full-fledged desperation mode thanks to the signing of Bryant McKinnie; Mizzou preps for a battle with the Ol’ Ball Coach; and my thoughts on the UM fiasco all in today’s agenda.
Game 3 of the Florida Panthers’ six game homestand has the Stanley Cup champion Black Hawks in town. Both teams come off wins Saturday night; the Panthers beat Minnesota 2-1 in a shootout.
The Heat are in preseason, the Panthers are struggling, so there’s only one thing to talk about today and that’s FOOTBALL! We’ve got all sorts of action from the college and professional ranks as teams begin jockeying for position for bowls, championships, and the playoffs.
It was a much needed win for the Panthers Saturday night. Playing at home following a pair of one goal losses they desperately needed some positives to fall back on. The 2-1 shootout win against Minnesota was juSt what the doctor ordered.
You couldn’t script it any better, it’s as if Hollywood drew it up.
It’s game day here in Nashville as the Panthers play the Predators at 8 p.m. on Fox Sports Florida.
The panthers young players have been impressive early in the season. While the team has had some frustrating inconsistencies, I’ve been very impressed and encouraged by a number of players.
It was a great home opener for the Florida Panthers Friday.
The Florida Panthers wrap up their season-opening four game road trip Thursday night with a match-up against cross-state rival Tampa Bay.