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  • Lafayette football coach favors earlier signing day

    Lafayette football coach favors earlier signing day
    Some leftover thoughts from Wednesday’s football signing day at Lafayette College. MOVE THE SIGNING DATE FORWARD Football coach Frank Tavani said he would favor an earlier signing date, which would lessen the amount of time a coach has to...
  • ODU football recruiting class heavy on defense, skill positions

    Old Dominion’s second full Football Bowl Subdivision recruiting class is heavy on defense and offensive versatility, as the coaching staff again worked regionally to supplement in-state efforts. The Monarchs signed 16 players Wednesday on National...
  • ODU targets defensive, versatility in 2015 recruiting class

    ODU targets defensive, versatility in 2015 recruiting class
    Old Dominion's second full Football Bowl Subdivision recruiting class is heavy on defense and offensive versatility, as the coaching staff again worked regionally to supplement in-state efforts. The Monarchs signed 16 players Wednesday on National...
  • FSU reportedly won't sign Brian Bell due to wrongful-death lawsuit

    FSU reportedly won't sign Brian Bell due to wrongful-death lawsuit
    FSU reportedly will not honor its scholarship offer to Valdosta Lowndes linebacker Brian Bell after he was named in a wrongful death lawsuit. Lowndes High coach Randy McPherson released a statement to the Valdosta Daily Times explaining why Bell –...
  • Updates and bios on Virginia Tech's football signees as National Signing Day progresses

    A quick bio-style look at each of Virginia Tech's 2015 football recruiting class signees: Adonis Alexander           S              6-3          193         Independence High/Charlotte, N.C. Enrolled in January at Tech; had offers from Old Dominion,...
  • Lawsuit complicates Brian Bell's plan to sign with FSU

    Lawsuit complicates Brian Bell's plan to sign with FSU
    Brian Bell is unsure if his commitment will be honored by FSU on National Signing Day. Bell, a three-star linebacker recruit from Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes High, committed to FSU last February, but his status with the school is unknown the eve of...
  • Game designer Tim Schafer’s ‘Grim’ path tracks adventure genre’s growth

     
    THE PLAYER Before an interview via video conference even starts, game designer Tim Schafer jots down a message, then holds […]...
  • Community college tuition plan is a 'game changer'

    Community college tuition plan is a 'game changer'
    I sat in my first community college class when I was 6 years old. After my mother's death, I lived with an aunt who was taking certification classes for an in-home day care license. With her own four daughters — and now me and my sister as her fifth...
  • Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract

    Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract
    The effort to build a high-tech manufacturing center in Osceola County has reached a milestone, becoming a finalist in a $110 million federal contract hunt. The Osceola project, led by University of Central Florida, becomes one of three or four teams to...
  • Kissimmee Gateway 2016 DB Henry Miller gets plenty of attention

    Kissimmee Gateway 2016 DB Henry Miller gets plenty of attention
    When Henry Miller was walking around the practice facility at Florida State's Jimbo Fisher Football Camp last summer, he started to draw plenty of attention. That's what happens when you are an unfamiliar face with a football physique making plays on...
  • Calm before the storm for No. 2 Virginia prior to Saturday's game against No. 4 Duke

     Calm before the storm for No. 2 Virginia prior to Saturday's game against No. 4 Duke
    Slouched in a metal folding chair Sunday in Virginia Tech's visiting team locker room that doubles as a sticky, painted cinder block closet, Virginia's Malcolm Brogdon seemed to be in his comfort zone. He was already getting used to the idea of being...