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  • Teel Time: No sugarcoating ACC's disappointing basketball season

    Teel Time: No sugarcoating ACC's disappointing basketball season
    Three times as many ACC schools excused their coaches this basketball season as reached the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16. Two more teams from the conference advanced to the National Invitation Tournament semifinals as played in NCAA regional finals....
  • Preview: Florida State vs. Minnesota

    Minnesota looks to advance to the NIT final for the second time in three years when it faces Florida State on Tuesday in New York. The top-seeded Golden Gophers fell to Stanford in the 2012 championship game and hope to get another crack at the title...
  • FSU RB Ryan Green out for spring with shoulder injury

    FSU RB Ryan Green out for spring with shoulder injury
    Florida State entered spring practice with a talented, albeit relatively unproven, stable of running backs. The position is now becoming dangerously thin. Reserve running back Ryan Green will miss the rest of spring practice with a shoulder injury,...
  • FSU relying on improved offensive attack against Minnesota in NIT semifinal

    FSU relying on improved offensive attack against Minnesota in NIT semifinal
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida State senior Ian Miller had a hunch. The guard has been a part of some of the top teams in school history, squads that went to the NCAA Tournament and advanced as far as the Sweet 16. Those groups were forged on defense, with...
  • College football's 5 receivers for 2014

    College football's 5 receivers for 2014
    Florida State’s Rashad Greene headlines a group of talented receivers heading into the 2014 college football season. Most of these players are coming off career years and should be considered big-time targets for their respective teams. Jamison...
  • FSU still searching for answers midway through spring practice

    FSU still searching for answers midway through spring practice
    FSU is now halfway through spring football. Eight practices down, seven more to go. The defending national champions entered spring football with several looming questions regarding depth at key positions and a general curiosity with who would provide...
  • Anderson, U.Va. see 'bigger picture' after NCAA loss to Michigan State

     Anderson, U.Va. see 'bigger picture' after NCAA loss to Michigan State
    NEW YORK — The many Virginia basketball faithful who boarded Saturday’s 3 a.m. southbound train out of Penn Station were neither angry nor disconsolate. Weary, perhaps, after the Cavaliers’ exhausting NCAA tournament loss to Michigan...
  • Source says mutual interest between Jackson and the Chiefs

    Day two of the DeSean Jackson watch continued Saturday, and it appears the Chiefs' courtship will drag out at least a little bit longer. A person with knowledge of the situation told The Kansas City Star on Saturday that there is mutual interest...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU, No. 2 U.Va. among baseball victors

    Colleges: Baseball: Old Dominion (16-10, 6-5 Conference USA) beat Charlotte 6-2 Saturday in Norfolk, improving to 2-0 in the series. In the fourth inning, Mike Perez singled home the tying run and came home on a wild pitch to put the Monarchs ahead...
  • Source says there's mutual interest between Jackson and the Chiefs

    Day two of the DeSean Jackson watch continued Saturday, and his next home remains a mystery. A person with knowledge of the situation told The Kansas City Star on Saturday that Jackson has a visit set up with Washington on Monday, which is the first of...
  • Short-handed FSU completes series sweep of Boston College

    Short-handed FSU completes series sweep of Boston College
    A short-handed FSU baseball team swept Boston College in its weekend series. The No. 1 Seminoles (22-5, 10-2 ACC) won both games on Friday’s double-header and then capped off the drubbing with a 10-1 win on Saturday. FSU outscored the Eagles (7-...