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  • Cat Barber's well-honed game at N.C. State starts to translate against ACC competition

    Cat Barber's well-honed game at N.C. State starts to translate against ACC competition
    Just hearing the words "go get the ball" in crunch time last Saturday against No. 9 Louisville from his coach were enough to validate the approach Anthony "Cat" Barber had been wanting to take at North Carolina State. Until recently, Barber's problem...
  • Hyde: Larranaga loses temper, UM wins must-win game

    Hyde: Larranaga loses temper, UM wins must-win game
    CORAL GABLES – And then the coach lost his mind. Actually, Jim Larranaga used his Wednesday night. He stomped down the sideline. He yelled at the referee. He threw off his sports coat in a game for the second time in three decades. Maestro, can we...
  • Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story

    Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story
    There was plenty that I didn’t include in Sunday’s story about recent NCAA legislation and its possible effects on local schools and conferences outside the Power 5, largely for space limitations in print and to prevent readers’ eyes...
  • Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?

     Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?
    Recruits are signed, draft intentions known, schedules unveiled. Courtesy of academics, injury and tomfoolery, much can, and likely will, change before ACC football 2015 kicks off, but the picture has cleared since Pittsburgh's epic bowl collapse closed...
  • 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...
  • UCF, Duke get offer ball rolling for Osceola 2016 OL Parker Braun

    UCF, Duke get offer ball rolling for Osceola 2016 OL Parker Braun
    Kissimmee Osceola offensive tackle Parker Braun had a few college football scholarship offers under his belt. Liberty and Army had been the first ones on board for the 6-foot-4, 275-pound Braun. Tuesday, however, started what will likely be a snowball...
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  • Zach Auguste's return has Notre Dame thinking big again

    Zach Auguste's return has Notre Dame thinking big again
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — It was a strange feeling for Zach Auguste. Like guard Jerian Grant a season ago, Auguste was stuck watching Notre Dame on television because of an academic matter when he could have been playing Jan. 14 at Georgia Tech. "It...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...