The shutout of South Florida from major football championship games continued Monday when the College Football Playoff shunned Miami for Tampa to host the 2017 National Championship Game.
From the start, the Miami Dolphins knew they were up against a lot but optimism always followed.
The Miami Dolphins failed bid to get county voters and state lawmakers to sign off on using tax dollars to pay for renovations to Sun Life Stadium cost the team and owner Stephen Ross approximately $10 million.
The Miami Dolphins had plenty to celebrate Thursday night between new uniforms and the acquisition of the number three overall pick in the draft. And now the planned renovations of Sun Life Stadium are back before a Senate committee.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee met with NFL executives Tuesday in New York where they discussed the area’s bid for Super Bowl 50 before the formal presentation and vote in Boston on May 21.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee will meet in New York Monday night to go over their game plan for Tuesday meetings with NFL Executives.
Jim DeFede is joined by CBS4 reporter David Sutta, who earlier in the week, sat down one-on-one with Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross about the highly criticized Sun Like Stadium renovation deal.
The Florida Senate appears poised to pass the bill needed to renovate Sun Life Stadium, but the Florida House is a much different story.
The 11th hour deal between the Miami Dolphins and Miami Dade-County will go to the voters, but the referendum will be on a very condensed schedule.
The Miami Dolphins have scored again in their push to upgrade Sun Life Stadium.