Fans, administrators, players and even coaches are mad after Florida State pulled the plug on playing Clemson just three hours before kickoff on Saturday.
This weekend in college football should have been a special one in Orlando. Each year, the city hosts the Florida Classic between Florida A&M and Bethune Cookman University. That doesn’t seem like that big of a deal in itself given...
“I am grateful that my colleagues joined Senator Scott and I in recognizing the Tampa Bay Lightning‘s incredible 2020 season, the team, and the entire organization on winning the Stanley Cup,” Rubio said. “I am proud that Tampa, Florida is home to this amazing organization, and it is fitting that this resolution honors their incredible achievement.”
Fans are going to be fans. This much we knew even before the pandemic hit but what we saw Saturday should sound alarm bells as games continue to be canceled and players are at risk for catching COVID-19.
FTW unveiled “College Football in the COVID-19 Era: the Economic Impact of a Restricted Season” on Thursday. The new study shows college football continues to be a major source of revenue for several universities across Florida--and the current restrictions will impact it.
The two big Florida teams in action last week won convincingly--but they both had tainted wins. Florida walloped Missouri 41-17, but the game was marred by what happened at the end of the first half and the reaction from Coach...
How do you see the Heisman race? I made a list, in order, of the young men I believe have the best chance of taking home the trophy as it currently stands. Sadly, Wisconsin QB Graham Mertz contracted COVID-19 and isn’t on the list. He had a brilliant opening game as the new starter against Illinois and Wisconsin looked very dangerous with him at the helm.
For more than a year, Scott has been calling on the IOC to stand up for freedom and urge Communist China to stop violating human rights, or find a new home for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Earlier this month, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., announced they would introduce a resolution to congratulate the hockey team.
Both Florida and Miami suffered their first losses of the season on Saturday--but because this season is unlike any other, they are not eliminated from national championship contention just yet.