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  • Andrew Duffell, president, Research Park at Florida Atlantic University

    Andrew Duffell, president, Research Park at Florida Atlantic University
    Last week: Governor Scott is asking Florida businesses the best way to return taxes to residents and fuel further economic growth. Eliminate the sales tax on commercial leases. Invest in the reform of the homeowner’s insurance market. Target and...
  • West Orange DE Winston Chastang recommits to Navy

    West Orange DE Winston Chastang recommits to Navy
    On Wednesday at West Orange High in Winter Garden, Winston Chastang will join his good friend and teammate Nate Ozdemir in signing NCAA National Letters of Intent to play football for the U.S. Naval Academy. “I am absolutely relieved that this...
  • Stefan Moody wins Player of the Week honors

    FAU freshman guard Stefan Moody was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week Monday. Moody claimed the award after his 28-point, 7-rebound performance in FAU's 77-60 win over rival FIU Saturday. Moody is the second FAU player to win POW honors...
  • Poinciana grad Stefan Moody is Sun Belt hoops Player of the Week

    FAU freshman guard Stefan Moody, a 2012 Poinciana graduate, scored a career-high 28 points in a 77-60 win over FIU on Saturday and was the Sun Belt Conference men’s basketball player of the week. He is averaging 15.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.3...
  • Jarvis on hot seat as Owls head to Hot Springs?

    There's been a lot of talk, on and offline (yeah, people still do that), regarding FAU basketball coach Mike Jarvis' tenure. Jeff Goodman of CBSSports.com came out with his Hot Seat Index Friday, ahead of FAU's game with Troy to start the Sun Belt...
  • Rekstis excited by FAU defense's potential

    BOCA RATON — Pete Rekstis' first season as defensive coordinator at FAU was less than ideal, but that was just the dress rehearsal. The FAU defense returns 16 players from last year's two-deep depth chart, and Rekstis is looking to build off...
  • With C-USA looming, spring practices vital to FAU's competitiveness in the fall

    BOCA RATON - FAU coach Carl Pelini is already thinking about Conference USA, and that makes the Owls' spring practices that much more important. FAU strapped on full pads for the first time Monday, and despite being "sluggish," Pelini has marked the...
  • FAU downs Miami baseball 6-1

    CORAL GABLES —  Before the 2013 regular season began, FAU coach John McCormack said that the Owls needed to be exceptional in their non-conference play — specifically the mid-week games, to be invited to the NCAA tournament. The Owls' 15-9...
  • Jim Tressel speaks to FAU football team

    FAU's off-season workout had a visitor Monday, former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel. Tressel, who knows FAU coach Carl Pelini from their Youngstown State days, was in South Florida and opted to drop by FAU to see the coach. He then spoke to the Owls...
  • Jordan Scarlett to follow Roger Harriott to FAU for 2015

    Jordan Scarlett to follow Roger Harriott to FAU for 2015
    When Jordan Scarlett was in eighth grade, it was almost as if the middle-school running back was already a prospect. He was a free-agent, of sorts, when it came to picking a high school, but once he met Roger Harriott, it was mostly a done deal. Now...
  • FAU receives commitment from 3-star running back, adds NCAA violation to fold

    FAU receives commitment from 3-star running back, adds NCAA violation to fold
    FAU running backs coach Roger Harriott is new at this college coaching thing, so you'll have to forgive him for his mistake Thursday morning.  No, receiving the verbal commitment of Mainland running back Trey Rodriguez was not the mistake — that...