While LeBron James has yet to wish his former community of South Florida any kind of goodbye or thanks, he’s already working hard on endearing himself to his neighbors in Bath Township, Ohio.
Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers fans, along with the rest of the sports world, are anxiously waiting for the LeBron Jame’s decision.
As South Florida, Ohio and the rest of the nation waits to find out if LeBron James will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers or stay in Miami with the Heat, his foundation says it is partnering with a reality TV show to spruce up some houses in his Akron hometown.
Oklahoma State senior point guard Tiffany Bias saved her best for last in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Miami knows the generosity of LeBron James, but now he’s spreading the love to his hometown and in a big way.
Oklahoma State had a terrific season, but got by far the toughest draw out of any five-seed in the bracket. Keep an eye on Oregon.
Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams could push the Miami Dolphins to .500 heading into the bye week. But it will also be a game where the Fins honor two of the greatest defensive players in franchise history.
When Florida International University and the University of Central Florida met last year, FIU pounded the UCF offensive line for six sacks and escaped with a 17-10 victory. This year, UCF is looking for revenge.
Jake Medlock threw for 209 yards and rushed for 141 as Florida International defeated Akron 41-38 in overtime Saturday.
FIU’s Saturday night 2012 home opener meal can end in two ways: starting rehabilitation or even greater humiliation.