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  • Live from FAU Stadium -- FAU beats BCU 8-4

     
    Florida Atlantic hosted a familiar opponent Wednesday, and the result was also familiar. It was the 71st meeting between the Owls and Bethune-Cookman, and FAU won for the 56th time, beating the Wildcats 8-4. ???I don???t think anyone in......
  • Why Gainesville is great for FAU Owls

     
    Call in ABCB, as in Anywhere But Coral Gables. Maybe FAU players were not thinking that Monday, but I guarantee it was in the back of the minds of fans, ex-players and coach John McCormack. For those wondering why......
  • Keeping it in-state; NFL Draft is coming

     
    We need baseball to remain relevant or else the Dreaded Summer Doldrums begin after the Spring Game. Tuesday???s win over UCF was a good one, and coach John McCormack was pleased they his team pulled out the 3-2 victory.......
  • FAU diamond news -- Owls on road; Crotta makes Pirates roster

     
    Former FAU pitcher Mike Crotta made the final cut and is on the Pittsburgh Pirates opening day roster. He becomes the sixth Owl to make it onto a big league roster, and while there might be one, not sure......
  • NCAA rules expert: it's hardship or bust for Carter's 2012 eligibility

     
    Yesterday I posted a blog that explored Duron Carter's possible routes for being granted eligibility to play in the upcoming 2012 football season. Transferring from Alabama, that was not an easy task. Well, NCAA Bylaw Blogger John Infante noticed the........
  • FAU's Gipson primed for his first regional

     
    FAU starter Mike Gipson does not lack confidence. ???I thought I should get the ball,??? Gipson said when asked about being tabbed as the starter for Friday???s regional opener in Gainesville versus Oregon State. Well, when you are 8-1......
  • FAU in G-ville: Bring on the Beavers

     
    Nothing wrong with Gainesville in June, which is where the Owls found out they were headed for the regional as the No. 2 seed, behind Florida (No. 3 overall seed). Five hour or so drive, get the feeling you......
  • The Prospector: Despite sluggish beginnings, Martez Ivey blossoms into America's top offensive lineman

    The Prospector: Despite sluggish beginnings, Martez Ivey blossoms into America's top offensive lineman
    Martez Ivey can’t help it. He’s human. So every once in a while, he lets himself peer into the future. He can see himself emerging from a fog-filled NFL stadium tunnel on a Sunday afternoon. People tell him he’s the best. They say he...
  • When point spreads grow huge, so do the whoppers told by coaches

    The announcement that ESPN would be taking its rollicking GameDay show to North Dakota State this week should have been a tip-off to make weekend getaway plans. The network packages these excursions as wholesome, public service peeks into the...
  • Hampton U. prevails in offensive quagmire

    It seemed fitting that Saturday's offensively-challenged Battle of the Bay was decided by a missed extra point, and that one of the game's crucial plays began with a botched snap. Here's the kind of offensive display Hampton and Norfolk State provided:...
  • The Prospector: In recruiting, Big-time talent not lost at small schools like Agape, Lake Mary Prep

    The Prospector: In recruiting, Big-time talent not lost at small schools like Agape, Lake Mary Prep
    While watching the Orlando Agape Christian-Lake Mary Prep game Friday night, I couldn't help but imagine Agape's RB Serge Trezy or WR Drico Johnson wearing Dr. Phillips blue. Or maybe LMP's DE-WR Asa Powell or LB-RB Ray Lewis III in Edgewater red. It's...