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Todd Bowles In Studio, 12/14/11
By on December 14, 2011 at 7:08 pm

The Dolphins interim head coach sits down with The Finsiders to talk about his new role, taking over for Tony Sparano on Monday and leading his first practice as an NFL head coach. Make sure to listen as Bowles details the message that he delivered to the team on Wednesday as the team began preparations for the final three games of the 2011 season.


Watch the interview here:

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3 Responses to “Todd Bowles In Studio, 12/14/11”

  1. bawarrior says:

    I have been Dolfan all my life and will be for the rest of my life. Those great glory day Shula and Mario era are long gone. I have moved on. The strong dolfans survive. So I will cheer win or lose, accordingly. But I must confess I don’t want that perfect season to be dupped, unless we do it again. So I will put my non-alcoholic drink on ice and cheer when Green Bay loose.

  2. Sexy Pizza says:

    Inspire Dan Marino to become NEW Head Coach 2012… it is time!

  3. Robert says:

    Sparano, was a young head coach. A team out there will gobble him up. (cheifs??) Going to another veteran head coach that was out of the league a few years ago, MISTAKE! Going for Harbaugh last year, not so much? The players love tony, but new ideas are fueling this league. Andy Ried is about as good as you could get in a vet. Look at his season? We need a new young coach, and Bowles should not be just a throw away. Lets see how the season ends with him, mixing his new ideas with what Sparano has had this team playing so hard for! Every tv show I watch, made the comment.”BEST 0-7 TEAM ever” Thats true. not far away, we just need to all keep that in mind, before we let a guy like Cower come in and start us all over with the 1999 Steelers scheme and spend a couple more years thinking the old way is the best way? Its not.

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