They’re revved up and ready to go. Monster trucks that are 12 feet tall and 12 feet wide are ready to crush Cadillacs and perform high-flying stunts at Sunlife Stadium during Monster Jam this weekend.
The Miami Dolphins are the first of four to have their application reviewed by the state for a $90 million boost for the $350 million in renovations at Sun Life Stadium.
Driven by individuals with autism, their families and friends, the historic fundraising effort generated awareness and crucial funds for autism services.
At SunLife Stadium, the tents are going up for the Orange Bowl and Discover National Championship. Already, Northern Illinois University and Florida State University are in town preparing to shine in the national spotlight next Tuesday.
The Miami Dolphins announced which practices will be open to the public when they take the field for workouts later this month.
Tampa and Phoenix beat out South Florida as finalists for the 2015 Super Bowl, a surprise thumbs-down from the National Football League as lawmakers consider a tax-funded renovation at SunLife stadium.