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  • Monday's local college roundup: Apprentice golfers tied for 10th after first round of USCAA Nationals

    Men’s golf: Apprentice shot a 338 and is tied for 10th out of 22 teams after the first round of the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships at Penn State’s Blue Course in State College, Pa. Kyle Mutter paced the Builders...
  • Central Florida Trying To Overcome Loss Of Bortles

    With Blake Bortles taking snaps, the Central Florida football team rose to a new level in 2013. The Knights won 12 games in the inaugural season of the American Athletic Conference and capped the year with a victory over Baylor in the Fiesta Bowl....
  • Rannell Hall to miss first half of Houston game despite UCF protest

     Rannell Hall to miss first half of Houston game despite UCF protest
    UCF receiver Rannell Hall will miss the first half of the Knights' game at Houston Oct. 2. The senior was called for a targeting penalty on the final drive of the Knights' 41-7 win over Bethune-Cookman Saturday. He blocked a B-CU defender for Breshad...
  • Monday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Tribe climbs to No. 10 in Sports Network FCS poll

    COLLEGES: Football: After its bye week, William and Mary climbed two spots to No. 10 in The Sports Network's FCS poll. The Tribe will travel to No. 4 New Hampshire on Saturday for a showdown with potential Colonial Athletic Association and playoff...
  • UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes

    UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes
    UCF coach George O'Leary is looking for something. He riffles through stacks of papers and various multicolored folders and binders that were askew on his desk before finally producing a single sheet of paper. It's the statistical breakdown he...
  • UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston

    UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston
    UCF coach George O'Leary has always preached to his football teams two factors win championships — running the ball and stopping the run. So far, he said he hasn't seen enough production in either area despite the Knights boasting the No. 1 run...
  • UCF's offensive line is finding its rhythm

    UCF's offensive line is finding its rhythm
    There's no question conference play is around the corner for UCF football. The players walked out of tough workouts at a slower pace during the past two days. But the harder the practices, the more fun players are expected to have during games. And...
  • Duke Johnson continues to climb Miami record book

    Duke Johnson continues to climb Miami record book
    —For Duke Johnson, the rise in the Miami record book continues. In his first three games after suffering a season-ending ankle injury late last season against Florida State, Johnson has rushed for a team-high 287 yards on 43 carries. Each of...
  • UCF's Will Stanback ready for challenge as featured running back

    UCF's Will Stanback ready for challenge as featured running back
    The stat sheet finally matched the effort of UCF running back Will Stanback. For months, he'd been preparing himself to step into the role of the Knights' featured back — a position vacated by Storm Johnson, who currently plays for the...
  • UCF's Brown joins Knights' starting o-line unit

    UCF's Brown joins Knights' starting o-line unit
    UCF coach George O'Leary said earlier this week he wanted to see Chester Brown, a 6-foot-5, 325-pound redshirt sophomore, get more reps in games. And that's what O'Leary got. Brown, who hails from Hinesville, Ga., had his first career start on the...
  • Five things for Monday, Dec. 22

    Five things for Monday, Dec. 22
    Here are your stories for Monday: Machine Gun America opens; police officer killed; apartments gain favor; and more. 1. Machine Gun America opened its doors this weekend and visitors from as far away as San Francisco and Brazil stopped in to fire a...