Canes Head To Kentucky Hoping For Sweet Victory Against VillanovaThe Miami Hurricanes are on their way to Kentucky for their Sweet 16 matchup against Villanova.
Mentoring Matters: The Dwyane Wade You Never Knew AboutDwyane Wade Sr. volunteers to coach kids in high school and at various camps, because, to him, mentoring matters.
Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross Talks Hosting The Big GameThe big game is now just two days away, but we wanted to know when South Florida is getting the big event again.
Gauging The Nation’s Pulse On The Fins At Super Bowl Media CenterEven in the midst of Super Bowl frenzy there are frustrated Dolphin fans.
Don Shula Ready To Watch Son In Super Bowl 50Don Shula's son Mike is a coach for the Carolina Panthers and Don will be in San Francisco cheering on his son during Super Bowl 50.
Focus On South Florida: EASE FoundationThe "EASE Foundation" was founded in 1988 and is here today because of the business community and residents of Davie.
Miami Says ACC Acknowledged Other Blown Calls At DukeMiami has told season-ticket holders and donors that the Atlantic Coast Conference acknowledged "multiple incorrect calls" against the Hurricanes in last weekend's wild win over Duke, including an erroneous pass interference call on the drive where the Blue Devils scored a go-ahead touchdown.
UM Interim Head Coach Larry Scott Sits Down For 1-On-1 InterviewLarry Scott is the interim head coach of the University of Miami and he's got some plans for the Hurricanes. He wants to help them finish what has been a difficult season on a strong note.
Marlins Slugger Giancarlo Stanton Now Also A SpokesmanGiancarlo Stanton is known for his big time hits for the Miami Marlins.
FinsOn4 Player Profile: Jordan CameronOne of the Miami Dolphins newest players had a big impact on the team’s Week 1 victory over the Washington Redskins.
CBS4 Exclusive: 1 On 1 With UM Football Head Coach Al GoldenAl Golden knows the pressure is on, and that the noise level is high. But he is putting his faith in a football program that he says is finally where he wants it.
FinsOn4 Player Profile: Kenny StillsThe Miami Dolphins offense took a big step forward in 2014 under new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.