Dolphins fire coach Joe Philbin

Dolphins fire coach Joe Philbin. Joe Philbin has been fired four games into his fourth season as coach of the Miami Dolphins, and one day after a flop on an international stage sealed his fate. The firing came Monday after ...

Florida Memorial University track coach to retire

Roosevelt Richardson Jr., whose association with Florida Memorial University and Miami Dade College goes back to the early 1970s, has announced that he will retire as the head men’s and women’s cross country and track and field coach. His retirement ...

Orange Bowl launches girls’ golf program

The Orange Bowl, in conjunction with The First Tee Miami, launched the Orange Bowl “Drive for Excellence” girls’ golf program on Sept. 17. It is the Orange Bowl’s first girls’ sports initiative. The program is designed to empower young South ...

Irving Thomas honored in Opa-locka

“Who said great things don’t come from Opa-locka?” gloated Opa-locka Commissioner Terence K. Pinder, as he introduced his childhood hero, Irving Thomas Jr., during a regular commission meeting on Sept. 9. Thomas, a retired NBA basketball player, returned home to ...

Panthers ground the Eagles

Florida International University debuted new blue uniforms Saturday evening in its home opener against North Carolina Central. The jerseys featured shiny gold numbers and the Panthers were sporting new bright gold face masks. FIU defeated North Carolina Central 39-14. The ...

HBCU rivals to face off in Florida Classic

The countdown has officially begun. The Florida Classic Consortium has publicly opened up ticket sales for the 2015 Florida Blue Florida Classic, which is billed as the nation's largest HBCU sports event. The Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats will meet the Florida ...

Indiana Univ. defeats FIU

Florida International University’s football team took pride in having the fifth-most takeaways in the nation last season. Indiana flipped the script on the Panthers on a chilly Saturday night at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington. The Hoosiers recovered a fumble and ...

Track star shines at USATF National Championships

Torry Holmes, a 14-year-old freshman at Northwest Christian Academy, recently performed well at the USATF National Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships in Jacksonville, Fla. Torry placed second in the 100-

Serena Williams loses in U.S. Open semifinals; Grand Slam bid end

The Serena Williams pursuit of a tennis Grand Slam ended here Friday in the semifinals, and at the hands of a 300-1 longshot, doubles specialist, slice-and-dice, wisp of an Italian woman named Roberta Vinci.

Tonight: US Open 2015 Serena Williams v Venus Williams historic match

Tune in to watch the epic sibling rivalry live around 8 p.m. ET on ESPN

Miami Central loses to DeMatha Catholic

Maryland team defeated the Rockets 38-14. The game was part of the GEICO ESPN High School Kickoff.

The streak is over for Booker T. Washington

St. Thomas Aquinas High ends the Tornadoes’ 41-game winning streak

Give Mike Vick another chance

Do you need to be reminded that he was sent to prison, lost millions of dollars, was (and still is obviously) publicly ridiculed because of his involvement in dog fighting?

The nation's largest HBCU rivalry returns to Orlando; tickets now on sale

The nation's largest HBCU rivalry returns to Orlando

Marlins youth win RBI World Series

The Miami Marlins RBI youth baseball team recently won the Senior Baseball Division Championship of the 2015 Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series. This is the team’s fourth overall RBI World Series baseball championship and their first in ...