As folks across South Florida follow the epic series between the Heat and the Thunder, one question emerged: How much do folks in South Florida actually know about the state of Oklahoma?
FSU is in desperate need of an opponent for next season, but various circumstances are preventing the Noles from finding a final opponent next year.
The Florida State Seminoles football team is desperately looking for a new opponent after West Virginia University bought its way out of a game in 2012 and 2013.
When the final second ticks off the clock for Florida Atlantic’s game on Saturday, it will mark the end of a career that most coaches could never dream of in a million years.
Call it conference chaos or conference Armageddon; whatever you call conference realignment, it’s finally hit critical mass in college sports.
The eyes of the college football world will focus on Doak Campbell Stadium this weekend when the number one ranked Oklahoma Sooners take on the number five Florida State Seminoles in prime time.
It’s not quite Florida versus Florida State; but the Florida Gators will likely be traveling to College Station once every few years to take on the Texas A&M Aggies.
The Miami Heat were kung-fu fighting, but the Oklahoma City Thunder brought down the house. The Thunder gave Miami’s offense fits on the way to a 96-85 victory over the Heat on Wednesday night.