Here is Dolphin Stadium's one distinguishable attribute: in September, you can play part of the game on dirt, since the Dolphins share the stadium with baseball's Marlins.
A game against Miami at the grand old Orange Bowl stadium would be much better.
Yes, the old lady has seen better days, but the history and the memories and the setting make for a great spectacle, like when the Sooners play in the Rose Bowl or the Cotton Bowl.
With those palm trees rising beyond the end zone, the Orange Bowl has been home to many a Sooner game, mostly on New Year's Night in battles against Tennessee and Penn State and Michigan and Florida State and Maryland.
Here's hoping that somehow, some way, the Sooners get one last show in the stately stadium.