Outside of some fresh paint that includes the yard lines and team logos it appears Hard Rock Stadium, the newly renovated and renamed home of the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes, is complete and will be ready for the Canes’ season opener.
Miami and Miami Beach both ranked in the bottom seven among WalletHub’s 2016’s Best and Worst Cities for First-Time Buyers, ranking 294th and 299th, respectively. The study analyzed 300 cities of varying sizes across 19 key metrics.
Miami Dolphins fans who were looking forward to getting their first glimpse of their renovated stadium are going to have to wait an extra week at least, as their preseason opener scheduled for Aug. 25 has been moved to Orlando.
So Stephen Ross' $450-million stadium renovation has paid off -- Miami will be hosting the Super Bowl in 2020. In a perfect harmony between roman numerals and night club, the 54th Super Bowl in NFL history will aptly be named Super Bowl LIV.
Eyes surely started to roll when news trickled out a few weeks ago of the Miami Dolphins being behind schedule with stadium renovations, potentially forcing preseason games and the start of the Miami Hurricanes' football season to be hosted elsewhere