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  • Bianchi: What if FSU, like Alabama, signed alleged domestic abuser?

    Running off at the typewriter … Why isn't the national media skewering Alabama coach Nick Saban for signing 6-foot-4, 350-pound nose guard Jonathan Taylor, who was kicked off the University of Georgia team for aggravated assault and domestic...
  • It's his place to keep Oregon's offense on pace

    It's his place to keep Oregon's offense on pace
    The running back gives a little wiggle, then lowers his shoulder to break free and scamper downfield. A roar fills the stadium as the remaining defender gives chase. It is a footrace, a test of speed and will, man against man. But the players are not...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Use your brain: Think before you tweet

    Use your brain: Think before you tweet
    It might be time to change that old adage, “Think before you speak,” to: “Think before you tweet.”  Social media has become a mecca of foolish behavior and idiotic opinions. Take Marisa Martin, for instance, a University of...
  • FAU lands $16 million donation to help build new athletic facility to boost football program

    FAU lands $16 million donation to help build new athletic facility to boost football program
    In March, just weeks after starting his new job, FAU president John Kelly wanted to meet with one of the school's biggest donors, Richard Schmidt. Kelly wanted to make an impact, an immediate one, and he felt Schmidt could support one his first goals:...
  • Jameis Winston's conduct hearing set for Tuesday

    TALLAHASSEE — Nearly two years after Jameis Winston was first accused of sexually assaulting an FSU student, the star quarterback's code of conduct hearing in connection with the incident is scheduled for Tuesday. After numerous delays and...
  • College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot

    College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot
    Tuesday night’s College Football Playoff standings bode well for an easier placement of the ACC’s 11 bowl-eligible teams Sunday, including Virginia Tech. The key was the CFP selection committee’s ranking the Big Ten’s Michigan...
  • Davis resigns as McArthur football coach after winless season

    McArthur High's football team will have its third head coach in as many seasons next fall. Buster Davis resigned Tuesday after just one year – a winless 0-10 season – for "personal reasons," McArthur athletic director Dennis Dillon told...
  • Transcript of Mayor Buddy Dyer's 'State of the Downtown' speech

    Transcript of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer's "State of the Downtown" speech, delivered Dec. 3, 2014 Good Afternoon. It’s a great day to be in the City of Orlando! It’s a great day to be in Downtown Orlando! And… it’s...
  • Five things for Thursday, Dec. 4

    Five things for Thursday, Dec. 4
    Here are your stories for Thursday: Orion space capsule scrubbed; Jameis Winston says encounter was consensual in statement; test drive at new Dr. Phillips Center; and more. 1. The Orion space capsule did not launch this morning. It had a two-hour...