The jury is still deliberating over whether or not Miami is a “real” sports town. The city’s pride and joy, the NBA’s Miami Heat, do a good job filling seats—after the first quarter—and a new stadium helped raise the Marlins’ average attendance this past season, despite a lousy record.
But Dolphin diehards are dwindling, and it’s easy to forget that the University of Miami is still somewhat relevant in college football, baseball and basketball.
So what will convince the naysayers that Miami truly does love sports?
On Wednesday at 8 p.m., professional soccer returns to Sun Life Stadium (2269 NW 199th St., Miami Gardens) with a FIFA-sanctioned international... More >>>