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  • Tony Dungy says he would not have drafted Michael Sam

    It's a storyline that's bound to be scrutinized even over-scrutinized during Rams training camp, as the roster cuts are made and, if Michael Sam sticks on the 53-man roster, week by week during the NFL season. By now, surely every football fan is aware...
  • 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...
  • Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise

     Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise
    The happy Kool-Aid has been served. Would you like the Coach Boom Cherry-Red special? Or maybe a sip of the Jeff Driskel Orange-and-Blue Delight? These classic cocktails all were part of the SEC Media Days buffet (favorite word of every sports writer...
  • FSU's Jameis Winston headlines ACC media days, five storylines to follow

    FSU's Jameis Winston headlines ACC media days, five storylines to follow
    A record number of media representatives are expected to attend this year’s ACC Football Kickoff thanks to the presence of FSU’s Jameis Winston. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner headlines the group of athletes and coaches speaking at the...
  • Miami picked to win Coastal, FSU picked to win ACC

    Miami picked to win Coastal, FSU picked to win ACC
    Miami doesn’t yet have a starting quarterback and its defense struggled late in the season last year, but there are expectations heading into the season. For the second straight year, the Hurricanes were picked to win the ACC Coastal Division at...
  • Duke ranked No. 36, Blue Devils look to build on record-setting season

      The Orlando Sentinel's college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our...
  • Nationals sign 1st-round pick but not 2nd-rounder

    Baseball Nationals sign 1st-round pick but not 2nd-rounder The Washington Nationals signed first-round draft pick Erick Fedde with a bonus worth just over $2.5 million, a deal that softened the blow from the club's inability to sign its second-round...
  • 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...
  • Teel Time: Swofford sounds hard line on ACC, Maryland court fight

    GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A court-mandated deadline for mediation passed earlier this month, but ACC commissioner John Swofford sounded anything but conciliatory Sunday regarding the league’s legal dispute with the University of Maryland. The...
  • Virginia's Anthony Harris wants to translate personal success into wins on the field

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Though Virginia running back Kevin Parks prefers to keep his admiration of U.Va. strong safety Anthony Harris a secret rather than getting all mushy-gushy sentimental, the truth is Parks sees Harris as something of a hero on the...
  • U.Va.'s London gracefully endures questions about job security

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Monday wasn't the first time Mike London has faced questions about his job fitness and security. And it won't be the last. But in what certainly will be his most prolonged grilling — the ACC Kickoff's day-long rotation...