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  • American Athletic Conference's promise helps draw forward Shaheed Davis to UCF

    American Athletic Conference's promise helps draw forward Shaheed Davis to UCF
    Despite all the conference shakeups, the American Athletic Conference held a lot of appeal for UCF men's basketball commit Shaheed Davis. Davis, a junior, connected with UCF and its AAC roots so much, in fact, that he immediately canceled scheduled...
  • Jimbo Fisher experimenting with formula on how to make FSU back-to-back champions

    Jimbo Fisher experimenting with formula on how to make FSU back-to-back champions
    GREENSBORO, N.C. — It did not take long for Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher to build a champion. He immediately brought a once proud program back to respectability in his first two seasons at FSU and turned the Seminoles into fringe title...
  • SEC not far off from reclaiming college football crown

    HOOVER, Ala. — Something was noticeably absent from last week's Southeastern Conference football media days. From the moment you stepped into the lobby of the Hyatt Regency Hotel, there seemed to be something a bit off about the whole affair. Where...
  • UCF volleyball coach Todd Dagenais surprised by depth of setters

    UCF volleyball coach Todd Dagenais surprised by depth of setters
    The UCF volleyball took its first international trip this summer to Canada under coach Todd Dagenais. We caught up with him to get a synopsis on how this experience impacted his team's preparation for the 2014 season, set to start with the UCF...
  • First-round voting ends Tuesday in Battle of the Bands

    First-round voting ends Tuesday in Battle of the Bands
    First-round voting ends at noon Tuesday, July 22, in the Orlando Sentinel's inaugural Battle of the Bands. In the meantime, there are a few excruciatingly close head-to-head competitions, so make sure to cast a vote for your favorite at http://thesent....
  • International Crown's format should make it a winner here, organizers say

    International Crown's format should make it a winner here, organizers say
    Rich Thomas has run more than two dozen professional golf events over the past 14 years, but from its inception more than year ago the LPGA's International Crown at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills has felt different to its tournament director....
  • Fan-friendly guide to new College Football Playoff

    Fan-friendly guide to new College Football Playoff
    Virginia Tech entered the 2005 ACC championship game against Florida State 10-1 and ranked fifth nationally. An Orange Bowl bid and potential matchup with Penn State seemed inevitable. But a loss to the unranked Seminoles dropped the Hokies to 10th in the...
  • Star Track: Maureen Slattery

    Star Track: Maureen Slattery
    After leading the University of Denver to the Summit League women's tennis championship in her first year on campus, Maureen Slattery of Newport News recently added another accomplishment to a long list of them. The 5-foot-2 slugger, who laces flat...
  • Conor Dwyer taking flight under Michael Phelps' wing

    BALTIMORE — It is a perfect late spring morning. The sun already has dried out the remains of an overnight rain, and the birds are chirping so loudly, they nearly drown out conversation during an al fresco breakfast outside the Whole Foods in the...
  • Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL

    Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL
    Chicago football fans need no reminding of the danger the game poses to the brains of players. Former Bears All-Pro safety Dave Duerson dramatized it when he committed suicide in 2011, shooting himself in the chest. He wanted his brain to be intact so...
  • New NCAA concussion safety guidelines welcomed by football coaches, athletic trainers

    New NCAA concussion safety guidelines welcomed by football coaches, athletic trainers
    Mike London well remembers his football playing days on the Peninsula and the way in which head injuries were often treated. "You'd get your bell rung," Virginia's head coach said, "and you'd go to the sideline. The coach would grab your face mask and...