Twice a year Miami Beach sees higher than normal tides flood streets and parking lots.
The waters run red, but not with blood. A toxic algae known as the “red tide” is spreading through the northeast Gulf of Mexico, killing marine life and threatening the waters and beaches that fuel the region’s economy.
The Southeastern Conference Championship Game remains a mystery heading into the final weekend of the regular season. But, by Saturday evening, the SECCG and the overall BCS rankings will come into better focus.
The biggest rivalry in college football will be amped up even more this Saturday when the number one Alabama Crimson Tide battles the fourth-ranked Auburn Tigers in a game that will give a clearer view to the national championship, the SEC championship, and bragging rights for the next year.
His name is still reviled in South Florida for lying to the fans and quitting on the Miami Dolphins. But he’s revered in Alabama for taking the Tide back to the top of the college football world, but will Bama fans’ attitude towards Nick Saban be about to change?
Miami-Dade County officials are warning local residents they may see some localized flooding due to high tide events during several days over the next few months.
After another wild weekend of upsets across the college football world, the first Bowl Championship Series standings for 2013 was released Sunday night and the team at the top was once again the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The Miami Hurricanes enjoyed a rare early season off-week and it cost them in the eyes of the pollsters as the Canes dropped from the Top 15 after only one week.
It’s wash, rinse, repeat in the college football top 25 rankings with the Alabama Crimson Tide once again ranked as the number one team in the country.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban had made it look easy since taking over the Tide, leading the team to three national championships in four years thanks to Monday night’s shellacking of Notre Dame. But for Saban, the time to celebrate is brief as he’s already looking to next season.