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  • Picks help Ravens beat Dolphin (Idaho State Journal)

    MIAMI -- The Baltimore Ravens had Chad Pennington spinning, ducking, on his heels and on his back. When he did manage to get a pass away, they were often there to snatch it.

  • Miami's unlikely turnaround excites local insurer, former Dolphin (The Ocala Star-Banner)

    You don't earn the nickname "The Human Bowling Ball" by being elusive. In fact, the man behind the nickname, former Miami Dolphin Don Nottingham, was quite the opposite.

  • The Blitz: BCS Championship notebook (Miami Herald)

    Think Dolphin Stadium is a neutral site for the BCS championship? Try telling that to Oklahoma, which will play 1,500 miles from home Thursday in the Gators' home state.

  • Moving Day for Dolphin (KIII Corpus Christi)

    A rescued dolphin now has a new home in Galveston. Toby the dolphin did not have to swim there, instead he was given a free ride by the team who saved his life.

  • Dolphin Energy maintains support for 2009 Commercialbank Qatar Masters (AME Info)

    Following the outstanding success of its first year of joint sponsorship, Abu Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy Limited has thrown its weight behind the 2009 Commercialbank Qatar Masters.

  • Get a kick out of this: 3 big games in one week at Dolphin Stadium (Sun-Sentinel)

    The end zones at Dolphin Stadium were as bald as a certain owner's head on Friday morning. No grass, only dirt.

  • Stranded dolphin to receive blood work (Corpus Christi Caller-Times)

    CORPUS CHRISTI ? An Atlantic bottlenose dolphin dubbed Toby will have blood work today before being moved to Moody Gardens, a facility in Galveston equipped to provide long-term care.

  • Pouncey brothers anchor Florida Gators' line (Miami Herald)

    One family's surname on the back of the Florida Gators' jerseys has dominated Dolphin Stadium like no other. And that's a bit odd, considering offensive linemen Mike and Maurkice Pouncey were 12 years old when the Gators last played there.

  • Grounds crew prepares Dolphin Stadium for three games (Miami Herald)

    A riddle for ya: When is the grass not greener on the other side? When the grass in question is at Dolphin Stadium. So say the 100 or so guys who by the end of Tuesday will have torn up, re-sodded and repainted the end zones and 50-yard line at the stadium three times in seven days for three major football games.

  • S. Fla. firms hone marketing game plans for Orange Bowl events (BizJournals)

    When Scott Rothstein realized that the Bowl Championship Series game would be played in Dolphin Stadium this season, he knew he had a rare opportunity to hop aboard a powerful sponsorship bandwagon.



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