The Miami Dolphins drew hometown support Thursday in their quest for a roughly $400 million renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
So far, so good for the Miami Dolphins pitch to the state legislature for a renovation plan for Sun Life Stadium. The bill has passed its first committee hearing Tuesday by a unanimous vote.
The Miami Dolphins have just started their push to get tax revenue for massive improvements to Sun Life Stadium, but they have already run into a down and dirty fight with Norman Braman and other leaders who oppose the Fins’ plan.
The Miami Dolphins’ need for playmakers on the field is well established, but the team will also need some playmakers off the field if the team is to successfully win approval for a new Sun Life Stadium renovation plan.
Miami Dolphins fans have been loyal to the franchise despite a decade of failure and not winning a Super Bowl in nearly 40 years. But even though the team is showing signs of life this season, the fans’ patience may be running out.
University of Miami Hurricanes fans are likely looking ahead to next weekend’s matchup with the Florida State Seminoles. But, the team can’t afford to do that with a stout North Carolina Tar Heels team coming to Sun Life Stadium on Saturday.
College football season hasn’t even opened fall camp, but the Football Bowl Association has set the date for the final game of the year which will be held at Sun Life Stadium.
The problems on the field this year for the Dolphins and the Hurricanes have been well documented – from cracks in the defense to the strain on the offense. But the real problems inside Sun Life Stadium aren’t at field level. They are high above – where few are looking.