About a month ago, I was slouched on my living room couch flipping through channels on my TV, desperate to find something to watch. That’s when I came across an interesting program on ESPN. It was an eSports gaming tournament. This wasn’t the first time I had come across
Watching college basketball has been one of America's favorite past times. March Madness, where the NCAA’s top schools compete in a tournament for the College Basketball National Championship can be considered its own version of the Super Bowl. I have never been able to get into college basketball because
I’m grateful for and proud of growing up in Miami. Being a fan of all the sports teams Miami has to offer is something that I have devoted myself to. The Dolphins, the Marlins, the Heat, or the Hurricanes --win or lose-- are the teams I have always been
Patrons at a UFC gym in Kendall have varying opinions as to what keeps big mixed martial arts fights away from Miami. Mixed martial arts has become a trending sport in the last decade. Las Vegas, Tampa and Denver are some of the cities that are in line to host
Let’s flashback to the 2006 NBA Finals: the powerhouse Dallas Mavericks versus the underdog Miami Heat. The Heat had some great talent with Shaquille O’Neal, Jason Williams, Gary “The Glove” Payton, and Udonis Haslem. However, I remember one player in that series that excited Heat fans more than others.
Last weekend, the Panthers fell to the University of Miami 31-17. With the defeat still fresh, SFNS asked students about their thoughts on the game. Many said they were not surprised. “I was expecting FIU to lose,” said Giovanni Borgeat. He said still enjoyed the