The Discover Orange Bowl is set to kickoff Wednesday night before a less than packed house at Sun Life Stadium. The lackluster matchup is just the latest the once mighty bowl game has dealt with since the inception of the Bowl Championship Series.
The Orange Bowl has battled declining TV ratings over the past few years as lackluster matchups have generated little buzz, last year’s Andrew Luck show being a notable exception.
The Fins announced Thursday that Sunday’s game against AFC East rival Buffalo Bills is a sellout and will be shown locally exclusively on CBS4.
Miami Dolphins fans who can’t make it out to the game on Sunday can rest easy because the game has been declared a sell out and will air exclusively on CBS4.
“The Help” has stayed on the job over Labor Day, finishing as the No. 1 film for the third-straight weekend.
Monday night, the Dolphins announced the blackout of its final preseason game due to poor ticket sales. The game is usually one of the worst preseason games, so the blackout wasn’t a surprise, but it could be a sign of things to come.
It’s game on for the Miami Heat as they face off against the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA finals. But it’s also game on for the fans on the offense to find a seat.