Will Ronde Barber return to Buccaneers for his 17th season? - Bucs Nation
After stringing together 16 impressive NFL seasons, will the Buccaneers' 37-year-old free safety return for another year? It can't hurt that Barber has been excellent for Tampa Bay in an otherwise disappointing season.
Andy Reid, Nick Saban Jaguars head coach candidates? - Big Cat Country
If the Jacksonville Jaguars end up serving Mike Mularkey his walking papers, they may reach for the stars in their search for a replacement.
Final Dolphins Big Board of 2012 - The Phinsider
Who might the Dolphins be looking at for their first pick in the upcoming NFL Draft? Keith Beebe provides a list of players who would fit in with Miami's current crop of young talent.
What a true Heat fan should wish for during the holiday season - Hot Hot Hoops
Surya Fernandez's holiday wish is for the Heat to be consistent. Their performance against the Detroit Pistons on Friday night did not start that wish off on the right foot.
Belated holiday gifts for Magic players - Orlando Pinstriped Post
Sticking with the theme, Evan Dunlap has some late gift suggestions for the Orlando Magic.
Florida football recruiting roundtable: What are the Gators selling prospects? - Alligator Army
College football recruiting experts come to the consensus that Florida's return to its winning ways has resulted in unmatched success on the recruiting front so far this year.
Position Reviews: How Did The Canes Perform Compared to Last Year? - State of The U
Lt. Philip Nolan concludes that the Miami Hurricanes' 2012 offensive line unit underperformed compared to the previous year's corps.
Is USF Waiting For Randy Shannon As Their Defensive Coordinator? - Voodoo Five
Could the South Florida Bulls have their new D-coordinator after TCU finishes its bowl game on Saturday night?
Wil He Or Won't He - The Rays And The Wil Myers Decision - DRaysBay
Will Tampa Bay Rays prospect Wil Myers begin the 2013 season in the big leagues, or will he be relegated to AAA? Comments from Joe Maddon indicate that Myers may start the year in the minors, regardless of whether or not the power-hitting outfielder proves his readiness in spring training.