Kellogg: Kentucky Could Win NCAA TournamentCBS Sports' Clark Kellogg is around to keep everyone in check and well-informed on all that is going on with all 68 teams, and he talks about who can win it all and who should have made it in.
Harper On Whiteside: "I Don't Think You Can Give Up On That Talent"CBS Sports NBA writer Zach Harper joined the Big O Show on 560 WQAM.
La Canfora: "The Dolphins Should've Blown It Up Last Year"CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora joined the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM to discuss the Miami Dolphins and their search for a new head coach.
La Canfora: 'I have No Idea If Stephen Ross Will Ever Get It Right'CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora joined the Joe Rose Show to discuss the Miami Dolphins current situation and the team’s future.
Prisco: 'Maybe Tannehill Needs To Play In A Pro Style Offense'CBS Sports journalist Pete Prisco joined the Joe Rose Show to discuss the Miami Dolphins and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Butch Davis Never Heard Back From Hurricanes After InterviewWhen the Miami Hurricanes fired head coach Al Golden midway through the 2015 football season, many fans were hoping that a former Canes coach would be hired to run the team again.
Dodd: Surprised Richt 'Took Any Job So Quickly'CBS Sports college football writer Dennis Dodd joined the Joe Rose Show to discuss the Miami Hurricanes hiring Mark Richt to be the team’s next head coach.
Marlins Looking To Hire Barry Bonds As Hitting CoachThe Miami Marlins will head into the 2016 season with a new manager after signing Don Mattingly to a four-year contract last month.
Marlins Interview Bo Porter For Manager JobThe Miami Marlins still have four games remaining on their 2015 schedule but the team isn’t waiting until the season is over to start planning for the future.
Report: Marlins-Dodgers Trade Now On Hold
LeBron James Re-Signs With Cavs For 2-Years, $47 MillionFormer Miami Heat superstar LeBron James is keeping his talents in Cleveland, for at least another year.
Dwork On Sports: Another Poor Effort By Jeffrey LoriaThe Miami Marlins entered the 2015 season as a team that many thought would make the postseason, which isn’t exactly a normal occurrence for this franchise.