The weather cooperated with the Super Bowl yesterday, as the game-time temperature was 49 degrees Fahrenheit. The Broncos cooperated nicely with the Seahawks as well, committing four turnovers and the Seahawks took advantage, blowing out Denver 43-8. No contest, as the Seahawks dominated the Broncos in every aspect of the game . . . offense, defense, and special teams. With only a couple of exceptions, the TV commercials weren’t really that special, either.
In case you missed it, you can download a digital copy of the Super Bowl program sold at the game:
TODAY’S TRIVIA QUESTION: The Denver Broncos now own the dubious record of most Super Bowl losses with five. Who were they tied with before yesterday’s loss? The answer comes later, alligator.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame will welcome in new members this year:
Here are three guys that probably deserve to have at least a plaque in the Hall of Fame:
Here’s more on the Fins from Armando Salguero:
The Dolphins will play the AFC West and NFC North in addition to their usual AFC East opponents.
2014 Home schedule: Buffalo, New England, NY Jets, Kansas City, San Diego, Green Bay, Minnesota and Baltimore.
2014 Road schedule: Buffalo, New England, NY Jets, Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Oakland (in London), and Jacksonville.
Here is the 2014 draft order, according to ESPN. There are coin flips pending and the final order will be determined by playoff results. The only thing that is certain is that the Houston Texans are on the clock.
Mel Kiper and his hair bring us his first Mock Draft:
Of course, we can all continue to sleep at night, knowing full well that Aaron Hernandez remains in jail, where he belongs.
Let’s go to the Marlins and the rest of MLB, as pitchers and catchers report in four days, at least for the Dodgers and the Diamondbacks.
Speaking of the Dodgers, outfielder Yasiel Puig says he’s “not going to ever drive fast”.
The Braves have some questions regarding their starting pitchers:
Here’s another sign that spring is approaching:
More from MLB:
Marlins’ pitchers and catchers report February 16th, position players arrive February 20th, and the spring training games begin February 26th, when the Fish play the University of Miami Hurricanes. They will then play the FIU Panthers on the 27th. Both of those games will be in Jupiter.
Here is the complete preseason schedule for the Fish:
Moving to the hardwood:
After beating the Knicks on Saturday at Madison Square Garden, they're back home for a game tonight against the Detroit Pistons. The Heat will then head to the left coast for a four-game trip leading up to the All-Star game.
The Heat’s upcoming schedule leading up to the NBA All-Star game on Sunday, February 16th:
Pistons @ Heat Mon 2/03 7:30 pm Sun Sports
Heat @ Clippers Wed 2/05 10:30 pm Sun Sports, ESPN
Heat @ Jazz Sat 2/08 9:00 pm Sun Sports
Heat @ Suns Tue 2/11 9:00 pm Sun Sports
Heat @ Warriors Wed 2/12 10:30 pm Sun Sports
More Heat and NBA coverage:
Here is the Heat’s complete regular season schedule:
College Sports Information Central:
With National Signing day approaching, some local players still have decisions to make:
National Class rankings update and latest stuff:
Manny Navarro and Susan Miller Degnan have the latest from Coral Gables.
From FIU, David J. Neal of the Herald has the latest in his blog:
Here’s the latest from Tallahassee and the Seminoles:
From Gainesville and the University of Florida:
We welcome the Central Florida Knights to the blog:
The Florida Panthers return home to face the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
What to watch for in the Winter Olympics in Sochi:
In boxing news,
Here is Santos Perez’ weekly boxing spotlight column from the Miami Herald.
The MLS and David Beckham are coming to Miami:
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THE ANSWER TO TODAY’S TRIVIA QUESTION: The Denver Broncos now own the dubious record of most Super Bowl losses with five. Who were they tied with before yesterday’s loss?
The Buffalo Bills lost four in a row (1990-1993), the Minnesota Vikings (1969, 1973, 1974, and 1976), the New England Patriots (1985, 1996, 2007, and 2011). We can now add 2014 to the Broncos’ previously losses in 1977, 1986, 1987, and 1989.