Life goes on despite the doomsday forecasts. What is going on in the Sunshine State for sports?
Canes Coach Jim Larranaga got his first verbal commit from the class of 2014. Read more about this and other recruits the Canes are on the trail for.
Florida locked up the commitment of record-breaking QB Will Grier on Wednesday.
Oh god, this could be absolutely horrifying.
Seminoles assistant James Coley is a candidate for the head coaching position at FIU, per Miami Herald writer Patrik Nohe.
The final home game of the season will be blacked out for local Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans. When the Bucs face the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, they will have to do so without the support of the local television stations.
The Miami Dolphins are still alive in the hunt for the NFL's postseason. But, that doesn't mean we as fans can't start looking toward next April's draft. I did that this week, speaking with Dan Kadar from MockingtheDraft.com.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow reportedly wants out of New York, so guess which team has already been linked to him.
Udonis Haslem is a starter now and Shane Battier's minutes are slightly down. Is this in the best interest of the team? In the first of a two-part series, we'll take a look at who should be playing most of the time at power forward for Miami.
Orlando has a stable of reasonably reliable big men on whom to rely with Glen Davis sidelined with injury. Here's a look at the trickle-down effect the injury might have on the Magic's rotation.
Desperate for assistance at third base, the Marlins have acquired veteran infielder Placido Polanco, signing him to a $2.75 million, one-year deal.
Did the Rays miss out on trading for Kendrys Morales?