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  • Tale of the tape: FSU-Jacksonville basketball primer

     
    Florida State opens its 2011-12 basketball season Friday night at the Donald L. Tucker Center. The Seminoles will be facing Jacksonville, an in-state program that surely has early-season upset on its mind. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. The tale of the tape for...
  • FAU hoops opener a sellout; student attendance capped

     
    Want to see the men???s hoops team in person? Well, your next chance is Dec. 10 Saturday???s home opener against George Mason is a sellout, so if you don???t have a ticket and are not a student, you are......
  • Live from The Burrow: Final - FAU 80, George Mason 75

     
    Well, at least the hoops teams knows how to perform when they pack their home. The Owls put on quite an entertaining show Saturday, jumping to a 12-point lead with less than 6 minutes left, blowing that as George......
  • FAU Games Day: Football and Hoops

     
    Let's start with football and get that out of the way. Actually, let;s start with a DT pic... - - OK, back to misery... 3:30 in Troy, a game with nothing at stake other than to see which coach will......
  • Dr. Phillips guard Shane Larkin commits to DePaul

     
    Dr. Phillips guard Shane Larkin commits to DePaul...
  • Late-night TV study finds Jay Leno's jokes are red, Jon Stewart's are blue

     
    This might not come as news to late-night TV junkies, but as Jon Stewart prepares for his Saturday rally in Washington, a new study adds to evidence that the partisan divide splitting America extends to the jokes told by hosts.......
  • GOP ascendancy bodes ill for government cultural funding, says leading arts lobbyist (updated)

     
    As far as money for the arts is concerned, Santa Claus is most definitely not coming to town in Washington, D.C., says a leading lobbyist for the national advocacy group Americans for the Arts. In fact, Nina Ozlu Tunceli, executive......
  • Bethlehem YMCA names first female board president

     
    The Bethlehem YMCA has named their first female board president. Michelle E. Schmidt, an associate prorfessor and chair of the psychology department at Moravian College, will take the helm of the board, according to a news release. Schmidt earned her...
  • Red hot Cajuns come to The Burrow

     
    Well, it???s back to The Burrow for the Owls, as they take on the streakin??? Ragin??? Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette. No free t-shirts, no pile of snow, no ESPN2 cameras, no Burry The Burrow In XXXX, just a regular game.......
  • USC basketball: VCU often lives by the three, doesn't hope to die by it, Rams Coach Shaka Smart says

     
    Virginia Commonwealth has averaged 22.8 three-pointers per game this season, the 19th highest total in the nation. And the Rams make 8.2 of those per game, good for 18th nationally. Overall, that's a lot of shots from beyond the arc,......
  • George Mason rallies to oust Villanova

     
    By Shannon Ryan CLEVELAND -- George Mason might just have to get used to all this Final Four talk. After being questioned if the Patriots can make another run like the 2006 team, they took an important first step toward repeating history with a 61-57...