The University of Miami continued to remain red hot Thursday as the Canes football team plucked a talented assistant from arch rival Florida State.
For the second time in as many months, former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano is once again looking for work after he was reportedly fired by the New York Jets Tuesday morning.
Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia put himself into a corner when he fired head football coach Mario Cristobal. With Butch Davis off the table, the options for Garcia are looking slim as he seeks to placate an angry fan base.
The coaching carousel spun at breakneck speed Tuesday in college football as the nation’s most powerful conference welcomed in two new head coaches.
The Miami Dolphins offense continues to exceed expectations week in and week out in 2012, but even with the vast improvements from both the offensive line and the quarterback position, there is one aspect that is sticking in the craw of offensive coordinator Mike Sherman.
Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman is clearly disappointed with what he’s seen from the team’s receivers.
There’s an old joke that can be changed to fit any team that said, “What’s the best way to keep X team out of your yard? Put up goal posts.” That joke fits perfectly to the 2012 version of the New York Jets.
Miami Dolphins tight end Michael Egnew has gone from the toast of the University of Missouri to the doghouse in his first pro season. Never was that more evident than in this week’s episode of “Hard Knocks.”
Just a few days after being told by Peyton Manning, “thanks, but no thanks,” the Miami Dolphins will welcome free agent quarterback Matt Flynn to the team’s facility Saturday and hope to convince him to sign before he leaves Miami.
Joe Philbin was once hired by Mike Sherman in Green Bay. On Friday, Philbin returned the favor.