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  • University research crew rescues distressed boater in Gulf

    A crew of university research students saved the life of a distressed boater in the Gulf of Mexico near Egmont Key. According to the University of South Florida, the crew and students aboard the Florida Institute of Oceanography's Weatherbird II vessel...
  • Third national title of 2014-15, at College World Series, would put U.Va. in elite group

    Third national title of 2014-15, at College World Series, would put U.Va. in elite group
    Most with an even passing interest in University of Virginia baseball know the basics: The Cavaliers this week are playing for their first College World Series championship, a title that has eluded the ACC since Wake Forest raised the trophy 60 years ago....
  • UCF needs to hire Todd Stansbury clone

    UCF needs to hire Todd Stansbury clone
    Thank you, Todd Stansbury. Whether you want to call it a footprint, a blueprint or a playbook, the leadership principles have been established for the next person to follow. How to lead a program out of the embarrassing throes of NCAA sanctions. See...
  • From 'Cocaine City' to the Cowboys: La'el Collins followed faith, unsinkable mother to the NFL

    First the name: La'el. It's pronounced Lah-EL. "It's Hebrew," explained La'el Collins. It was given to him by his grandmother. On July 26, 1993 his mother's 29th birthday baby boy Collins entered this world in a Baton Rouge, La., hospital with his...
  • Wallace signs with FSU on eve of nationals meet

    Wallace signs with FSU on eve of nationals meet
    Unbeaten state triple jump champion Armani Wallace of Colonial signed with FSU on Wednesday — three days before he squeezes in the final competition of his high school career. Wallace, who ranks No. 2 nationally with his leap of 51 feet, 2ΒΌ inches...
  • Improved academics may mean $15 million for FAU

    Florida Atlantic University could receive a $15 million windfall because of better academic performance. A committee of the State University System's Board of Governors agreed Wednesday to restore $3.5 million that FAU lost last year, in addition to...
  • Sen. Claire McCaskill: Colleges must hold athletes linked to crimes accountable

    Sen. Claire McCaskill: Colleges must hold athletes linked to crimes accountable
    Sen. Claire McCaskill urged college athletics administrators meeting in Orlando on Wednesday to change what she called a broken system that discourages victims of sexual assault from speaking out against athletes. The Missouri Democrat, a former sex-...
  • State official asks: Is UCF too big?

    State official asks: Is UCF too big?
    How big is too big at UCF? State education leaders questioned the future size of the student body at University of Central Florida during a meeting Wednesday. "What is your long-range plan for size? Do you have one?" asked Norman Tripp, a member of...
  • Transfer Rule That Has Helped UConn Stirs Debate

    It has become one of the most polarizing issues in college football and basketball, to some a form of "free agency" that is robbing schools of the players they develop, to others a chance to do what a college student is supposed to do — earn a...
  • Get your tailgates ready — only 100 days left before college football is back

    Believe it or not, college football season is right around the corner. OK, so there's 100 days left before a Thursday night slate of 16 games involving Football Bowl Subdivision teams kicks off Sept. 3. Michigan at Utah. North Carolina at South...
  • FAU deserves its money back

    FAU deserves its money back
    To borrow from Winston Churchill, this week could mark the end of the beginning for Florida Atlantic University under President John Kelly. The beginning, after Kelly began work in March 2014, was ugly, though Kelly was not to blame. Under the...