This Week’s City…

In honor of Marist College’s Spring Break, we decided that we’ll take you somewhere warm. So, let’s party in the city where the heat is on!

MIAMI!

It’s been six months since “The Decision” and the living is easy on South Beach. After early-season troubles, the Heat seem to be on the right track. In other news, the Marlins are only a couple years away from a new stadium and a new-look name and the Dolphins have been at the very least competitive the last few years, which hasn’t necessarily been true since the retirement of Dan Marino. However, the entire culture of Miami has higher expectations since LeBron, Dwayne and Chris claimed that they weren’t here to win “just one championship, or two, or three, or so on…”. So, what would happen if they don’t follow through on their promises?

My Partner in Crime, Kaiti, has run off to Jamaica to live the dream. I, however, am still state-side in sunny Savannah, Georgia. So, I will do my best to keep the blog running live during this week.

Since neither of us are in beautiful Poughkeepsie, NY right now, that means no HFA Radio on Thursday. Yes, you’re all very disappointed that we won’t have our show. However, my goal is to conduct an online interview with a blogger from Miami, so the content will still be there.

Hope all my friends at Marist are enjoying their break, and I hope all of you, the readers, are having a great week as well!

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About Home Field Advantage
We are two senior Sports Communication majors at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. We have launched this blog as part of our senior year capping project, with the goal of creating a comparative analysis and multimedia approach to the differing sports cultures in America.

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