The Florida State Seminoles have teased national writers and fans the last few years as being ready to compete for a national championship. Loaded with talent, the Noles always got tripped up by some team that shouldn’t have beaten them. Not this year.
Blaine Gabbert is once again back on the bench, but it’s not for his abysmal play this season. Instead, he’s on the bench with another injury, this time a strained hamstring.
If you see Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade in practice, you’ll immediately notice a younger-looking, leaner, and refreshed shooting guard ready to prove to the league that last year’s postseason was an aberration and not the norm.
Coaches want you to believe that every opponent is the same, that every game is the same, that every win is the same. It’s a nice act, but Miami coach Joe Philbin knows that wasn’t the case last Sunday, when his Dolphins beat the Falcons 27-23 to improve to 3-0.
Florida International University’s football team is teetering on complete irrelevance as the worst team in college football and the men’s basketball team is ineligible for the NCAA tournament due to academics. But, according to FIU president Mark Rosenberg, the schools is not considering any change with regards to head football coach Ron Turner or athletic director Pete Garcia.
The Miami Dolphins have plenty to play for when the team travels to Indianapolis to play the Colts. The Fins will be looking for revenge from last year’s loss, looking to get to 2-0 ahead of a very tough stretch of games, and to keep pace with the New England Patriots in the win-loss column.
The wheels continue to fall off for the Florida International Panthers football team in 2013.
Two coaches on parallel paths with national college football powers will finally cross paths on Saturday at Sun Life Stadium.
When Miami Dolphins fans look across the field on Sunday, they’ll see a face all too familiar to South Florida football fans facing off with Fins head coach Joe Philbin.
While University of Miami fans are already focused on week 2’s matchup with the Florida Gators, head coach Al Golden is trying to keep his team focused on Florida Atlantic and away from the looming NCAA announcement.