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  • UCF president John Hitt on Power Five autonomy: "We'll still be able to stay in the game."

     UCF president John Hitt on Power Five autonomy: "We'll still be able to stay in the game."
    The President has spoken. He has given his State of the Program address in the wake of the groundbreaking vote last week that gave the Power Five conferences the sovereignty to create their own rules and regulations. Not to worry, UCF president John...
  • Monarch WR Calvin Ridley ineligible for most of season

    Monarch senior Calvin Ridley, the nation's No. 1 high school receiver for the Class of 2015, will be ineligible after the first three games this season because of age restrictions, Monarch athletic director James Klemke told the Sun Sentinel on Tuesday....
  • Four players remain sidelined in academic probe

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Notre Dame - INSIDE SLANT As No. 17 Notre Dame prepared for Saturday's opening game against Rice the midweek headlines revolved around academics as much as athletics. Irish coach Brian Kelly said on Tuesday that...
  • Jones names Burcham as starting QB

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Southern Methodist - INSIDE SLANT The biggest story of SMU's offseason is its quarterback position -- who will become the leader, sophomore Neal Burcham or former Texas A&M transfer Matt Davis -- and just how...
  • Green Wave facing increased expectations

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Tulane - INSIDE SLANT Tulane coach Curtis Johnson, starting his third season, is making believers out of folks in New Orleans after coaching the Green Wave to its first bowl since 2002 last season. Johnson, a...
  • Veterans win in-state tuition benefit

    As president of the Collegiate Veterans Association at Florida State University, Abby Kinch often heard from veterans who ran into a stumbling block before they even started their college careers. Veterans new to the state who enrolled at Florida...
  • Oregon is No. 1 in The Times' 'Super 16' countdown

    Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could someday inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we finish our 'Super 16' countdown, with No. 1 Oregon: The race for championships, trophies and recruits will continue unabated,...
  • Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck

    Florida's science centers offer you big bang for your buck
    Where can you dig up a dinosaur, take an airboat ride and fly a space mission? At the science center, of course, but here's where you've got decisions to make. Which one? Florida has 21 museums that are part of the international Association of Science-...
  • FSU tailback Mario Pender on road to redemption

    TALLAHASSEE - Florida State running back Mario Pender trekked six hours south from Tallahassee to his home in Lee County during the middle of the week in early August to be present for the birth of his first child. By Saturday he was back in Tallahassee...
  • Top 10 reasons why Central Florida is a football recruiting hotbed

    It's quite a statement about the quality of high-school football players in Central Florida: Our region produced more Bowl Championship Subdivision signees than 28 states. The "State of Central Florida" ranks No. 22 nationally, with 29 local players...
  • The Prospector: College football recruiting offers to eighth-graders now fair game

    The Prospector: College football recruiting offers to eighth-graders now fair game
    There has been plenty of scuttlebutt recently about Orlando Avalon Middle School eighth-grader Peter Hayes-Patrick receiving college football scholarship offers from Ohio State and Florida State. As always, we rush to judgment, decrying the actions as...