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  • Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football

    Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football
    TAMPA – On this cool February morning in Tampa among the hustle and bustle of spring football practice, Dick Tomey is right where he belongs. For nearly three decades, Tomey has wandered the sidelines as a football coach, with the job taking him to...
  • FSU offers Kissimmee Osceola RB Laderrien Wilson

    FSU offers Kissimmee Osceola RB Laderrien Wilson
    Laderrien Wilson thought he might be offered a scholarship Saturday during his visit to Junior Day at FSU. Seminoles offensive line coach Rick Trickett has told him as much. Both were right. Upon meeting FSU running backs coach Jay Graham and head coach...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Tribe men take first CAA swimming championship

    COLLEGES: Men’s swimming: William and Mary captured its first Colonial Athletic Association men's swimming meet championship Saturday night in dominant fashion in Richmond. The Tribe piled up 784.5 points, the second-most in conference...
  • FSU lands commit from K on Junior Day, makes good impression on top 2016 WR

    FSU lands commit from K on Junior Day, makes good impression on top 2016 WR
    FSU had another productive Junior Day for the second consecutive weekend. The Seminoles divvied up some offers, landed a commitment and made a strong impression the No. 1 rated wide receiver in the 2016 class on Saturday. The first offer of the day went...
  • UM women counting on Adrienne Motley for strong finish

    UM women counting on Adrienne Motley for strong finish
    A season ago, Adrienne Motley was just trying to find her way in college basketball. She struggled her first few weeks at Miami before breaking out of an early-season slump to become one of the Hurricanes' go-to players. She finished her freshman season...
  • State honor for Taravella drama department's 'Ragtime'

    State honor for Taravella drama department's 'Ragtime'
    "Ragtime," a JP Taravella Drama Department production, has been chosen as one of five full-length musicals to be presented mainstage at the Florida State Thespians Festival 2015 in Tampa this April. The school, which has received the honor three times...
  • Quarterback David Watford will finish his college career at Hampton University

    After nearly a month of searching for the right place to get back on the field, David Watford is continuing his football career where it began. Watford, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound quarterback who graduated from Hampton High and spent the past four seasons at...
  • Bianchi: Admit it, FSU fans, you're glad to be rid of Jameis Winston

    Bianchi: Admit it, FSU fans, you're glad to be rid of Jameis Winston
    Hallelujah! Hip hip hooray! Yippee!!! That was the response you heard when the news broke Wednesday morning that Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was forgoing his final two years of college and making himself available for the NFL draft....
  • FSU QB Jameis Winston to enter NFL Draft

    FSU QB Jameis Winston to enter NFL Draft
    Jameis Winston is leaving FSU and is headed to the NFL. The star quarterback declared for the 2015 NFL Draft Wednesday. "After weighing this decision with my family and friends, I have decided to declare for the 2015 NFL draft and forgo my remaining...
  • Jameis Winston still facing legal crosshairs as he preps for NFL Draft

    Jameis Winston still facing legal crosshairs as he preps for NFL Draft
    Jameis Winston's amicable divorce from FSU is official. He's set to enter the NFL Draft, committed to chasing millions instead of staying in school and pursuing a redemption run after the Rose Bowl fiasco. It's a free choice deal. His call. As a...
  • Tom O'Brien retiring to beach after distinguished 40-year coaching career

     Tom O'Brien retiring to beach after distinguished 40-year coaching career
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Marine Capt. Tom O'Brien had two options in 1979: remain in the service and ship out to Okinawa, or become a full-time assistant football coach at the United States Naval Academy, his alma mater. "Took me about five seconds to...