Thursday, January 23, 2020
How could you, playoff committee? How could you do such an injustice to not just one school’s fans but the entire nation?
Florida’s two U.S. senators--Republicans Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--joined a letter from other senators urging the International Olympic Committee to implement Olympic Agenda 2020 and the corresponding Host City Contract in time for the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing...
Steube brought out an amendment to the “Equality Act” which would “ensure that nothing in the bill could be construed to require biological females to compete against biological males in sports.”
I can tell you three coaches that didn’t do the right thing this week. One is getting punished, another should be punished and the third should simply be criticized. It’s 2018 people, not 1990. 
Since week 1, I have had LSU at the top, in large measure because their win over Texas was so impressive. Since then, Texas has lost two more times, including Saturday’s inexplicable defeat at TCU where quarterback Sam Ehlinger threw four interceptions.
In just a few weeks, the Alliance of American Football (AAF) will begin play in Orlando. This will be the eighth professional football team to call Orlando home (shout out to the Panthers, Broncos, Blazers, Renegade, Thunder, Tuskers and Rage!)...
With the issue of student athlete compensation front and center in college sports, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is teaming up with other senators to form a working group to look at the issue.
The game staying for an additional year is considered a major win for the tourism industry. The Pro Bowl has generated more TV viewers than any other sporting event that Orlando has hosted since the Orlando Magic made the NBA finals a decade ago.
The state of football in the state of Florida changed dramatically over the offseason with three new coaches coming to Florida, UCF and FSU. Almost halfway through the season, the three programs could not be in more different places. 
Ron DeSantis wants to compensate student-athletes, U.S. attorneys might not prosecute medical marijuana cases in Florida, and Florida counties and cities looking at raising the age to buy tobacco.