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  • Uncertain coaching futures at Virginia and Virginia Tech create potential recruiting challenges

    Uncertain coaching futures at Virginia and Virginia Tech create potential recruiting challenges
    Football coaches at Virginia and Virginia Tech swear it doesn’t come up often, but the all-important question isn’t completely avoidable. Tech associate head coach and running backs coach Shane Beamer sat in his dad Frank’s office when...
  • Early enrollment great for players, but tough on moms

    Early enrollment great for players, but tough on moms
    There are numerous reasons why it’s good for top high school football players to enroll in college early. Just don’t try telling that to their moms. As much as all mothers want their sons to reap the benefits of early access to all...
  • New coaches at UF, Michigan likely need more time to develop strong recruiting classes

    New coaches at UF, Michigan likely need more time to develop strong recruiting classes
    High school recruits aren't the only ones feeling the mounting pressure that comes with National Signing Day. As power programs Alabama, Florida State and USC battle for No. 1 class, the clock is ticking other high-profile programs looking to salvage...
  • 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...
  • Hey, the NFL's coming back! Wait...

    Hey, the NFL's coming back! Wait...
    So what are we going to call this new team? The LAX Rams? The Near L.A. Rams? The Almost in L.A. Rams? The 10 Miles from L.A. Rams. I guess it doesn't matter. New Jersey has two teams named New York. Rod Hersberger Santa Barbara :: While I hope...
  • FSU recruit Josh Sweat battles to recover from injury to boost Seminoles' pass rush

    TALLAHASSEE — Josh Sweat's knee was dismantled, his leg contorted. It was the type of injury that ruins careers. Or at least slows them. The nation's preeminent defensive end recruit in the Class of 2015, now enrolled at FSU, was on the ground...
  • Meet the Canes' commits: Bios, highlights of prospects set to sign with UM

    Meet the Canes' commits: Bios, highlights of prospects set to sign with UM
    For more than a year, Miami coaches have been pushing to put together the recruiting class that will sign with the Hurricanes on Wednesday. Heading into the final weekend before National Signing Day, here's a look at the 18 players that have verbally...
  • Dwyer's Alex Davis flips to play football at Nebraska

    Dwyer's Alex Davis flips to play football at Nebraska
    Once a basketball player trying to angle for a football scholarship, Dwyer's Alex Davis achieved that goal Sunday when he flipped his commitment from Georgia Southern to Nebraska. Davis committed to Georgia Southern in December. When January rolled...
  • Oak Ridge seniors faced adversity on way to signing day

    Oak Ridge seniors faced adversity on way to signing day
    For most who follow National Signing Day, football recruits often are viewed through the promise of coming days. Saturdays, mostly. A player's value directly correlates to his production on the field for his chosen school. How he got there matters...
  • Norfolk Canyon yields deep-sea coral surprises

    Norfolk Canyon yields deep-sea coral surprises
    About 80 miles off the Virginia coast, the Continental Shelf drops off from a depth of 600 feet to sink thousands of feet more toward the black bottom of the deep ocean. The shelf stretches north to Canada, and carved all along its slope are great...
  • Scars, memories of beatings follow Dozier victims into their twilight years

    Scars, memories of beatings follow Dozier victims into their twilight years
    Before arriving at Florida's reform school for boys, James Griffin had never been whipped by a white man. Griffin was 16 years old and a truant in 1961 when an Orange County juvenile judge decided the black Apopka teenager's lack of interest in high...