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  • Eustis LB Jaylon Graham earns first college offer from Arizona

    Eustis LB Jaylon Graham earns first college offer from Arizona
    It’s not easy getting a college scholarship when you play high school football in an out-of-the-way place like Eustis. It’s not exactly a destination, nor is it even a crossroad unless of course you might be headed to the Ocala National Forest.
  • CNU hires former W&M DB Adam Braithwaite as defensive coordinator

    Adam Braithwaite, the ex-safeties coach at Michigan who played college football at William and Mary, has been named Christopher Newport's new defensive coordinator. Braithwaite, a native of Winchester and a 2002 graduate of William and Mary, was a...

    Michigan's Denard Robinson poses unique threat to Virginia Tech's defense

    Michigan's Denard Robinson poses unique threat to Virginia Tech's defense
    As familiar as Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster may be with seeing a quarterback like Michigan’s Denard Robinson, the chore of preparing for somebody like Robinson is an entirely different topic. Foster isn’t far removed from...

    Former Grafton, W&M quarterback doing the grunt work as Michigan prepares for Sugar Bowl against Virginia Tech

    Former Grafton, W&M quarterback doing the grunt work as Michigan prepares for Sugar Bowl against Virginia Tech
    Fret not for Christian Taylor. Granted, the hours are exhausting, the pay scant. Sure, his studio apartment is as roomy as a Smart Car, and yes, his girlfriend lives 2,000-plus miles away. But Taylor loves his job, is spending Christmas on a San Diego...

    Coaches' creed: Chase the cash

    Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere...