Miami Hurricanes fans, reeling from a massive scandal that could result in the "death penalty" for their once-powerful football program, now are irked at their neighbors - the Dolphins.
The NFL team recently disclosed plans to honor Tim Tebow and the rest of the Florida Gators 2008 national championship team. The ceremony will take place during the Dolphins' game against Tebow and the Denver Broncos on Oct. 23.
That means the Gators will be honored on the field where the Hurricanes play as the university shares Sun Life Stadium with the Dolphins.
CEO Mike Dee said the Dolphins made an offer to honor Miami's 2001 national championship team during a game but the Hurricanes declined because they plan their own celebration. Please: No cynical remarks about where the boosters club will party and how much it will cost.