SEC Investigation Casts Cloud Over Sunny Miami Marlins

By Diane M. Grassi

When we think of Miami, Florida, it immediately brings to mind sunshine. Yet even sun seekers might be surprised that it has taken federal Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) subpoenas to shed any type of daylight upon Major League Baseball’s Miami Marlins and their financing deal for their soon-to-open brand new stadium, on April 4, 2012, and presently called Marlins Park.

College Football

Thug U Strikes Again

The single most disgraceful act in college sports happened this weekend. Something so heinous, it’s almost shameful to admit to being a fan of sports. Of course by now, you know I’m talking about Miami taking on Florida Atlantic. Even with the idiotic behavior with the players, the more shocking thing might be the dumb comments by color commentator Lamar Thomas, an ex-Hurricanes player. Thomas went on to say the following, “Now, that’s what I’m talking about. You come into our house, you should get your behind kicked. You don’t come into the OB playing that stuff. You’re across the ocean over there. You’re across the city. You can’t come over to our place talking noise like that. You’ll get your butt beat. I was about to go down the elevator to get in that thing.”