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  • Orlando's Citrus Bowl to host FSU spring game in 2016

    Orlando's Citrus Bowl to host FSU spring game in 2016
    Florida State will play its spring football game at Orlando’s Citrus Bowl in 2016. The move comes after months of speculation surrounding the annual contest as Doak Campbell Stadium goes through a much-needed upgrade starting at the end of this...
  • He didn't give up his day job — or his dream

    He didn't give up his day job — or his dream
    Everyone can root for an Everyman like Robert Bidney, a guy balancing a respectable day job with a dream that seems just out of reach. For Bidney, who works in the advertising department of Office Depot's corporate headquarters in Boca Raton, the...
  • Women's soccer, wrestling are Virginia Tech's best hopes for first NCAA title

     Women's soccer, wrestling are Virginia Tech's best hopes for first NCAA title
    Clinging to a one-point lead, Virginia Tech's football team was a quarter away from the school's first national team championship. But Florida State owned the final 15 minutes that January 2000 evening in New Orleans to deny the Hokies and secure the only...
  • A closer look at Jeb Bush's tax returns, personal finances

    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has posted more than three decades of tax returns online, revealing he has earned nearly $28 million since leaving the Florida governor's mansion in 2007 and paid an effective federal income tax rate of roughly...
  • Dennis Gallon steps down from Palm Beach State after 18 years

    Dennis Gallon steps down from Palm Beach State after 18 years
    Dennis Gallon has been more than a college president. He's been an institution. As the president of Palm Beach State College for the past 18 years, he's changed the school's focus. Where it once mostly offered associate's degrees to students...
  • Attitudes beginning to evolve on sports gambling

    Each year, $15 million from two gambling-related pots helps pay for Consol Energy Center, the white-roofed megastructure that's home to the Penguins. The complex deal forged between team owners and state and local leaders in 2007 to keep the team in...
  • Virginia baseball, Duke basketball headline ACC's exceptional 2014-15

    Five national championships in a school year are not extraordinary for the ACC. Since expanding in 2004, the league has averaged 4.5 titles, with a record eight in 2009-10. But given which championships ACC teams won, and how the conference built upon...
  • Former Hokies coach James Johnson reunites with former boss at Miami

     Former Hokies coach James Johnson reunites with former boss at Miami
    Constant competition and occasional backstabbing aside, coaches are a tight bunch. So when a fraternity member is out of work, invitations abound: attend games; observe practices; participate in staff meetings. James Johnson took full advantage of those...
  • Embattled former Notre Dame QB Everett Golson aims to make most of second chance at FSU

    Embattled former Notre Dame QB Everett Golson aims to make most of second chance at FSU
    TALLAHASSEE — Everett Golson knew he was in for a long night as he picked himself off the ground. The first play of the Class AAA 2010 state championship in South Carolina started with Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe High defensive end Jadeveon...
  • William C. Kelsey: Teacher didn't let students slip through cracks

    William C. Kelsey: Teacher didn't let students slip through cracks
    William Kelsey gripped an octopus gently in his palms. "See why this is a cephalopod?" he might have asked the students gathered around him at Marine Science Station in Crystal River. For one week each summer, the center became the Eustis High School...
  • Brinkmann roundup: Medical imaging company grows; Massey Services acquisitions; Hilton hiring

    Brinkmann roundup: Medical imaging company grows; Massey Services acquisitions; Hilton hiring
    A Germany-based company that makes high-resolution mobile x-ray equipment, among other things, is growing its U.S. presence steadily from an Orlando office. Ziehm Imaging had an office in California, but moved it to Orlando in 2010 to be closer to...