With the Super Bowl heading to South Florida in 2020, there’s tension over whether to declare “Miami” or “South Florida” the big game’s official home.
With the Super Bowl heading to South Florida in 2020, there’s tension over whether to declare “Miami” or “South Florida” the big game’s official home.
With the Super Bowl heading to South Florida in 2020, there’s tension over whether to declare “Miami” or “South Florida” the big game’s official home.

In South Florida, a fight over just how “Miami” to make Super Bowl LIV

May 25, 2016 7:53 PM

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