On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 19With spring in full swing, many colleges and universities across the country are arriving in South Florida – only to find that there are so many athletes in new places.
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 15There was a time when the state football championships had ended and the attention quickly moved on to the next sport - with a little offseason football conditioning sprinkled in.
Blustein: S. Florida Continues To Be Ground Zero For Elite Teams, TalentWhile the rest of the state of Florida continues to take in some of the national exposure that fan websites and mythical rankings bring their way, South Florida athletes have always lived in a world of reality.
The Baldcast With J.T. Wilcox - 10/26On this episode, J.T. talks about some of week 10's upcoming games - including Columbus vs. Coral Gables & Flanagan vs. Chaminade - as well as discussing the high school basketball's upcoming season with RMF Magazine's Jean "Doobie" Dubuisson.
On The Radar: Season Series – Part SixIf you have had the chance to attend a high school football game in South Florida lately, you already know how teams are turning up the talent level when it comes to the district games.
Blu's Blog: Scrimmages Bring Out The Best In Local TeamsWhen you happen to have over 60 players on current NFL rosters, there is nothing average about a football scrimmage in South Florida.
Referee Clinic Scrimmages: South Miami vs. A&T MourningHighlights from the South Miami vs. A&T Mourning scrimmage at the Austin 34 Referee Clinic
South Miami Loses Overtime Heartbreaker, Fall In 8A SemifinalsDespite 32 points from Dawson, South Miami fell to Sarasota Riverview 64-63 in overtime Friday in The Lakeland Center.
Rubio Launches Presidential Bid For "A New American Century"Senator Marco Rubio stood before a crowd at the Freedom Tower in Downtown Miami Monday night to announce his candidacy for President of the United States, proclaiming it’s time for “a new American century.”
Fla. Bill Protects Student Athletes From Concussions Long gone are the days of “shaking it off” and playing through a sports injury. As more and more concussions are being diagnosed in high school sports, many more athletes are sitting on the sidelines. This is in large part due to both a new law and more coaches and trainers being trained on the condition.
Teacher Bought Booze, Condoms For Prom Night Party The Miami-Dade School Board voted Wednesday to uphold the termination of a teacher who was fired for allegedly providing alcohol and condoms to students.
S. Miami Wrestler Needs Funds For Tourney That Could Determine FutureManny Nordelo is doing what he loves with every double leg, ankle pick and single leg sweep this South Miami High School freshmen hopes his wrestling moves will help him achieve his goals.