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  • ESPN reporter Britt McHenry: From Stetson soccer player to Cruella de Vil

     ESPN reporter Britt McHenry: From Stetson soccer player to Cruella de Vil
    Running off at the typewriter … Once upon a time, Britt McHenry was just an anonymous soccer player at Stetson University, but a decade later she has suddenly been transformed into the infamous Cruella de Vil of sports broadcasting. In the...
  • Four athletes honored at Brian Piccolo awards

    Looking at Calvary Christian's Tristan Peyton one might see the striking physical resemblance that he has with former Chicago Bears fullback Brian Piccolo. After talking to him, one might find that they bear a mental and emotional resemblance as well....
  • Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves

    Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves
    When Florida went looking for a football coach in 1959, there were no clandestine flights in private jets. No top-secret meeting to escape the media. University president J. Wayne Reitz made some calls and set up a lunch with Georgia Tech assistant...
  • Dolphins announce 2015 preseason schedule

    Dolphins announce 2015 preseason schedule
    The Miami Dolphins will play the team's first two exhibition games of 2015 on the road before hosting the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers inside the newly renovated Sun Life Stadium. Miami's first exhibition game will be on the road against the...
  • ACC preview: five non-conference games to watch in 2015

    ACC preview: five non-conference games to watch in 2015
      ACC schools won an impressive 10 games against schools from the other Power 5 conferences – the most among any leagues. They also won close to 75 percent (43) of their non-conference games in 2014. Several key matchup early on will highlight...
  • George Kramer, former Kane Couny sheriff, dies at 81

     George Kramer, former Kane Couny sheriff, dies at 81
    George Kramer was a Batavia police officer for many years before putting in two terms as Kane County's sheriff in the 1970s and '80s. As sheriff, Mr. Kramer put more officers on beats and boosted professionalism, colleagues said. His biggest impact in...
  • Bowl, Wild Card games score huge ratings

    Bowl, Wild Card games score huge ratings
    UPDATED: College football kept pace with the NFL in the weekly ratings for Central Florida. The most-watched telecast to start in prime time last week was the Sugar Bowl between Ohio State and Alabama. The most-watched sports telecast overall was...
  • United's Espindola faces six-game suspension

    United's Espindola faces six-game suspension
    Major League Soccer Fabian Espindola, D.C. United's most influential attacker during this renaissance season at RFK Stadium, is facing a six-game suspension from MLS for shoving an assistant referee after the playoff finale last month, sources...
  • Orlando leaders mull whether to bid for college football national title game

    Orlando leaders mull whether to bid for college football national title game
    It's a cool, brisk morning in Central Florida and work continues on the Citrus Bowl. A $207 million reclamation project has turned what was once an aging stadium into a viable venue that's already raised the excitement level of the community. With...
  • Baseball popular here? Believe it

    Baseball popular here? Believe it
    It is time to hold the obituaries for baseball in South Florida It wasn't that long ago when baseball was absolutely dead here. The Miami Marlins couldn't give away tickets. There was all sorts of talk about the team moving to San Antonio or...
  • Fighting on over Pete Carroll

    Fighting on over Pete Carroll
    The Southland's Super Bowl debate began a week early, at a church casino night in Baldwin Park, around a blackjack table with worthless chips and priceless banter. On one side of the green felt, an esteemed member of St. John the Baptist Church was...