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30-Aug-2008

  • Miami To Open New Era In Dolphin Stadium (NBC 6 Miami)

    MIAMI -- The Miami Hurricanes are opening their new season in a new stadium. The Hurricanes will officially begin a 25-year stay at Dolphin Stadium on Thursday night when they open their season against Charleston Southern.


  • Commentary: Hurricanes do their best to make Dolphin Stadium feel like home (The Palm Beach Post)

    Can't really say that the Miami Hurricanes and Dolphin Stadium are a dream team just yet. More like a enticing mirage.


  • Replay: Live chat with Gary Dolphin (The Gazette)

    Gary Dolphin, the voice of the Hawkeyes, joined Gazette reporter Scott Doctherman and Iowa Hawkeye football fans here for a live chat.Be sure to use the article comment section below to let us know what you think of this event.


  • 52-7 blowout win gets Hurricanes off to flying start at Dolphin Stadium (Sun-Sentinel)

    Blowout win gets Hurricanes off to flying start at Dolphin Stadium Miami looked impressive beating up on Charleston Southern on Thursday night.


  • Consortium Secures Borgland Dolphin for $775MM Offshore Norway (Rigzone)

    Rocksource ASA announced on August 8th that the company had secured rig capacity by participating in a consortium of operators that had entered into a contract for the semisubmersible drilling rig Borgland Dolphin for operation on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). The final contract has now been signed by all parties.


  • MLB instant replay goes unused in Game 1 at Dolphin Stadium (The Palm Beach Post)

    About two hours before Friday's game, umpire Jerry Layne opened the cover of a 2-foot by 2-foot metal box mounted on a wall inside the umpire's dressing room at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Canes to Open New Era in Dolphin Stadium (WCTV Tallahassee)

    The Orange Bowl is no more as the Miami Hurricanes begin the 2008 in their new digs - Dolphin Stadium.


  • Florida Marlins' Gregg gives up game-winning grand slam with two outs in ninth inning (Miami Herald)

    Kevin Gregg was one strike away from a victory, one strike from ending the opening night of a crucial weekend series against the New York Mets with a hug from his catcher and a handshake line on the field at Dolphin Stadium.


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