Former Miami Hurricane and NFL legend Warren Sapp is set to make a significant impact as he joins the coaching staff of the Colorado Buffaloes, adding his wealth of experience and expertise to the collegiate football program. Head coach Deion Sanders expressed his enthusiasm about Sapp's involvement with the Buffaloes, highlighting the immediate influence he's already had on the team. Sanders shared a unique incident where Sapp engaged with the defensive line post-practice, offering invaluable insights while casually interacting in the hot tub. Sanders humorously noted, "There’s probably 4,000 pounds in the hot tub," showcasing Sapp's hands-on approach and rapport with the players. The Cowboy Channel Plus
Experience the thrill of championship rodeo, indulge in Western holiday shopping, and revel in world-class entertainment during the exhilarating 10-day extravaganza in Las Vegas this December at the 2023 Wrangler NFR. Whether you're planning a weekend getaway, a midweek escape, or opting for the full duration of the National Finals Rodeo, we've curated a comprehensive guide to ensure you make the most of this epic event.
In a surprising turn of events, Armondo Blount, formerly committed to the University of Miami, has opted to take his talents to Florida State University. The announcement, which came earlier today, also revealed that Blount would reclassify to the class of 2024, adding an additional layer of intrigue to his decision. Blount's choice to join the Florida State Seminoles is undoubtedly a significant setback for the University of Miami's recruiting efforts. Not only is Blount a rare 6-foot-3, 250-pound edge rusher with the potential for an immediate impact, but he also hails from Miami Central, a high school football program known for producing top-tier talent. The Hurricanes typically aim to secure the commitment of the best players from Miami Central, making Blount's switch to Florida State an unexpected development. NFR Schedule
Son of hall of fame linebacker Ray Lewis, has sadly passed away at age 28.