The newly dubbed BB&T Center, formerly the Bank Atlantic, has more than a new sign on the front door. If you’ve ever experienced the luxury of the ADT Club while watching the Panthers slam opponents into the glass or during any of the myriad events that blow through the arena, get ready for a whole new level of swankiness. They’re calling it Club Red, and in keeping with the spirit of the Florida Panthers, you have to see it to BELIEVE RED.
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You know #22 as an all-star running back, but SFF recently sat down with Reggie Bush to see what he’s all about off the field. Aside from the great 1-on-1 interview, we dropped a truckload of Dolphins gear in front of him and asked him to start signing. And who does all this gear go to? You, the people. For the past month we’ve posted the #ADayWithReggie contests all over our FB, Twitter & YouTube, and geared up enough fans to start our own football team, but we’re not done yet…
A Night of Bling
It was a night of bling, excitement, and rivalry Tuesday at the AAA as our Miami Heat kicked off the 2012-13 season with a much anticipated match-up versus Eastern Conference rivals, the Boston Celtics. It was a celebration all around: shiny rings, a great victory, and a rising banner reminding everyone that we are the 2012 NBA Champions! The Celtics were dominated by LeBron, Wade, and a supporting cast that seems more lethal than last year’s championship team.
Sunday’s game could prove to be a decisive point in the season for your Miami Dolphins. We’re not only playing to be a game above .500 and keep our playoff hopes alive, but we could also sink the New York Jets to a (3-5) record that could leave them in the brink of another dismal year, YES! With the thought of the 23-20 defeat still in their minds, your Dolphins will head into MetLife Stadium on Sunday thinking one thing and one thing only, PAYBACK! We couldn’t ask for a more perfect scenario to distance ourselves in the standings and go from “PRETENDERS” to “CONTENDERS,” something we haven’t associated our Fins team with in years.
Dolphins fans are unlike any others – relentless, die hard, and in your face. Nearly two years ago South Florida Ford and the Miami Dolphins dreamt of a game day experience to match and reward that passion, so we created the Ford Sideline Club & Lounge. This season, we want to give you a behind the scenes look at everything that goes into bringing it to life. It’s unrivaled in the NFL and it’s all for you. Here’s the first episode of our 4 part miniseries – The Sideline. If you’ve been one of the lucky few to experience it so far, tell us about it.
Back 2 Work!
Preparations are in full effect for your Miami Heat to Defend their 2012 NBA Title. King James and company are in China to play a couple of exhibition games versus the LA Clippers before returning to the US to resume their pre-season stretch. With a team catalogued to be “Scary Good” it’s hard to look at our roster and not see that repeat is very probable. Once again Micky Arison, Pat Riley, and the Heat Franchise have spoiled the fans by adding another star to a roster that already looks pretty stacked with talent. Ray Allen, undisputed all time champ when it comes to the long balls, has joined forces with the Heat just like King James did not so long ago to give himself a shot at another NBA championship. “Scary Good” fits our description perfectly!
After back-to-back heartbreaking losses, our Miami Dolphins are back at it again this time versus a Cincinnati Bengals team that has made quite the turnaround since their season opening embarrassing 44-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. For the Dolphins it will be a combination of playing hard-nose defense and being able to put points on the board, which our offense led by rookie sensation Ryan Tannehill is capable of doing. In last Sunday’s overtime loss to Arizona, “Tanny” threw for 431 yards braking Dan Marino’s rookie record by 99 yards! Although he only had one touchdown, it was an 80 yard bomb to Brian Hartline, who is quickly Tannehill’s favorite receiver. Hartline also set some records with his 253 receiving yards on 12 catches. He also leads the NFL with 455 yards four weeks into the season. The Dolphins committed three costly turnovers during the last 9 minutes of overtime at Arizona that sealed the victory for the Cardinals. This Sunday will be the first time Cincinnati and Miami meet since Oct 31st, 2010, where our Dolphins delivered a victory. Although we might not be considered a playoff team, it’s obvious that our beloved Dolphins are finally heading in the right direction. With “Tanny” showing poise in the pocket and a highly motivated defense that has shown signs of greatness. There is one clear thing this Miami Dolphins team has that last year’s team under Sparano didn’t…excitement!