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  • Checking In: Epic hotel in downtown Miami offers quite a view

    Checking In: Epic hotel in downtown Miami offers quite a view
    270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, epicmiami.com; 305-424-5226. Back story: Open since December 2008, the hotel has 411 rooms in 54 curved glass stories. Epic offers sweeping views of not only Biscayne Bay, but also urban vistas that showcase Miami's...
  • No. 1 ranking hasn't changed St. Thomas' George Smith

    No. 1 ranking hasn't changed St. Thomas' George Smith
    Let's take a walk through George Smith's neighborhood. Here's his desk with the nameplate that reads, "They say Lombardi was tough"— though, he says, many of his players don't know who Vince Lombardi is. Here's a reception area with a window-wall...
  • Eyes on an encore

    Eyes on an encore
    If stability does not morph into stagnancy, Mike Tomlin has a puncher's chance of joining Vince Lombardi, Don Shula and Bill Belichick as coaches to win consecutive Super Bowls. Seven-plus months ago, Tomlin's Pittsburgh Steelers were on the brink of...
  • Greatest play in Miami Dolphins history? It's a no-brainer

    Greatest play in Miami Dolphins history? It's a no-brainer
    History started modestly. Quarterback Don Strock came to the sideline with six seconds left in the half searching for a play, a hope, any chance at all. The football was at the San Diego 40-yard line, so a field goal was out. "What about the hook-and-...
  • L.A. Memorial Coliseum is America's most historic sporting venue

    LOS ANGELES — Whether Colonial Williamsburg, Boston's Freedom Trail or Washington's monuments, tracing the steps of patriots, presidents and pioneers never ceases to inspire. Same holds for iconic sports arenas. Among those of us who revel in the...
  • Tim Russert's alma maters remember

     
    Tim Russert was journalistic royalty in Washington, and in that sense he was very much a part of the capital's establishment. But Russert also was an outsider or at least an outlier. In a town where the front ranks of journalism and politics are dominated...
  • FAU vs. FIU -- A Shula Bowl primer

     
    For neophytes, the Shula Bowl is the annual tussle between I-95 rivals FAU and FIU. It got its name because both coaches who started the programs at the two schools had ties to former Dolphins coach Don Shula. Howard Schnellenberger......
  • Still FAU 57-FIU 50 the morning after

     
    I had started my story Saturday evening before heading back down to the field in the third quarter of Shula Bowl VII, a game that should be on ESPN Classic tomorrow. It went something like this??? ???Florida Atlantic was hoping......
  • FAU reps head north as Motor City Bowl hype begins

     
    The Suit, The Voice and Big Red all make the journey north today for a pre-game media love fest at Ford Field, where they will be joined by their counterparts from the CM Chipps, and I am assuming the......
  • Larry Fitzgerald Sr. will have a unique Super Bowl week

     
    ESPN's Rick Reilly on the guy with the most unusual sportswriting assignment in the history of the Super Bowl. Speaking of ESPN and The Big Game . . . click below for 2,100 words on the network's plans for covering......
  • ESPN promotes South Dakota tourism or something

     
    ESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......