As the 2012 football season winds to a close with Miami-Dade and Broward again showing their dominance on both state and national levels, it's worth considering the case of Wesley Frater. For two decades, the Jamaican-American community activist has organized Florida's only all-star game honoring the top 100 high school football athletes. But for the past three years, the Miami Dolphins have undermined his hard work by hosting their own game. Instead of cooperating with one of the most dedicated men involved with high school athletics, the Phins are... More >>>