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The Daily Chop Mar 28, 2013
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Football Practice Report: March 27
QBs Coker, Winston limited in drills
Borrowing from Bama
FSU spring observations: New assistants bring old-school style
Tide of enthusiasm
Thanks to Bama, FSU could feature more blitzing than previous years
New assistant coach Brewster passionate about FSU
Coley, Schmoley — Tim Brewster’s got it all under control
Brewster talks about coming to FSU
FSU’s Leonard Hamilton not surprised by success of Enfield, FGCU
Seminoles, Semrau look forward
Hookin’ Up A Hep At Texas
Freshman Grete Sadeiko is off to a solid start in her first collegiate heptathlon at the 86th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.
FSU relay team chases history
A year ago, they became the first Florida State men’s relay team to win All-American honors since 1999.
Noles Drop Heartbreaker to No. 3 Florida
Florida State sophomore pitcher Lacey Waldrop had the performance of her life, striking out a career-high 18 batters as the Seminoles fell to No. 3 Florida, 7-3, in eight innings in front of a record crowd of 2,443 fans at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.
FSU to Host Wake Forest and NC State
The No.26 Florida State women’s tennis team is recharged and ready for two home ACC contests this weekend.
`Noles Ready to Make a Run at the NCAA Championships
The No.15 – ranked Florida State men’s swimming and diving team is ready for the 2013 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. staring on Thursday.
‘NOLES IN THE PROS:
Greg Jones signs with Houston to be lead blocker for Arian Foster
Keeping Buster Posey healthy Giants’ top concern
Finally, Makusha returns
NGONIDZASHE MAKUSHA, the United States-based Zimbabwe track and field star, is set to make a long-awaited comeback to competitive athletics tomorrow after almost 10 months on the sidelines due to injury.
10 YEARS AGO FSU IN THE CHOP:
Martin — so far — gives FSU mostly A’s
Bats lagging in ACC play
ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE NEWS
Final verdicts: Contenders and pretenders
ACC pro days wrap
Swinney applauds defense after first spring scrimmage
Morris won’t rush to name backup QB
This spring, Clemson backup quarterback Cole Stoudt switched his jersey number from 8 to 18. Stoudt said the change recalls the number he wore at Coffman High in Dublin, Ohio, and nods symbolically to the confidence and exuberance with which he played then.
Q&A with Clemson QB Tajh Boyd
Duke works on simplifying defense
Georgia Tech needs WRs to step up
Edsall wants Dunbar practice to be springboard for brand
Miami’s Anthony Chickillo living the dream
More experienced staff helps Virginia find its identity
Q&A with Logan Thomas, Part II
Duke facing familiar hurdle
Four of the past five Duke teams to make it this far lost this game, the regional semifinal. The fifth won a national title. What made the difference in 2010?
Plumlee, Coach K credit Sulaimon for helping Duke reach Sweet 16
Collins Named Head Coach at Northwestern
Collins will remain in his current position as the Associate Head Coach at Duke University until the conclusion of the Blue Devils’ 2013 season.
Jake Layman sparked the Terps on offense, but defensive contributions show larger improvement
Now prominent, once disbanded
UM’s college basketball ascent this season from being an afterthought is nothing compared to the true bottom: when the program was temporarily shut down in 1971.
Jim Larrañaga coaching Miami Hurricanes in familiar arena
Larranaga’s belief fuels Miami’s NCAA tourney rise
Miami Hurricanes don’t see themselves as Cinderella story
Sweet 16 Preview: Miami vs. Marquette
Marquette aims to ‘build wall around’ UM’s Larkin
NC State’s Brown to enter NBA draft
Virginia Ends Season with 75-64 Loss to Iowa
Justin Anderson scored a career-high 24 points to lead Virginia (23-12)
A painful end, but a bright future ahead for Cavaliers
Tigers come up short against Bulldogs
Clemson’s Jay Baum threw out Georgia’s Nelson Ward at home plate in the top of the first inning Wednesday night.
Baseball Drops North Carolina A&T 15-1
Blue Devils Tie Season High with 15 Runs Against Aggies
No. 5 Baseball Takes Down Towson, 7-1
The Virginia baseball team scored five runs in the third inning and never looked back in coasting to a 7-1 victory
Virginia beats a Towson team facing an uncertain future
UVa winning wasn’t the full story this particular Wednesday. The Wahoos have now done that 23 times in 25 games this season, but they’ve never beat a team possibly playing its last season ever.
OTHER ACC NEWS:
Miami Hurricanes claim more unethical behavior by NCAA
UM, in its motion to dismiss the NCAA’s probe, will argue that an investigator used the same actions of her fired predecessor
OTHER FOOTBALL/BASKETBALL/BASEBALL/MISC NEWS:
Top 10: Juiciest odds to win BCS title
Gators coach Will Muschamp catches up from spring practices
Notebook: Robinson on the mend
Florida’s hope of getting significant early playing time from true freshman wide receiver Demarcus Robinson has taken a significant hit.
Lattimore does drills, gets cheered by scouts
Before thinking Rose Bowl, Arizona State must deal with the rival Wildcats
Louisville football’s Dominique Brown set to be off and running
Notre Dame football: Neal, Ferguson leave program
Wrapping latest Irish defections in context
Florida Gators’ Mike Rosario drives Billy Donovan — and opponents — ‘nuts’
Number cruncher Nate Silver has Florida as No. 2 favorite to win title
FGCU basketball’s Sweet 16 run a game-changer or historic moment?
Daughter at FGCU, Meyer likes UF
Former Florida football coach Urban Meyer has plenty of rooting interests in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16.
UF accepts apology over FGCU’s chant
Coach’s adjustment did the trick for Florida Gulf Coast
It’s hard to imagine now because the Florida Gulf Coast men’s basketball team is still alive in the NCAA Tournament, but in mid-January, the Eagles were 4-3 in the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Fort Myers turns into ‘Dunk City’
FGCU shirt sales and web clicks soar during NCAA Tournament
Just who is Florida Gulf Coast?
Louisville Cardinals are not on-paper tigers
Like Louisville, Oregon loves to fly, but can the Ducks do it under the gun?
If Indiana doesn’t fear the Syracuse zone, be advised that it very much respects it
Indiana has plenty of weapons to use against Syracuse (Orange Scouting Report)
Shaka Smart to remain as basketball coach at VCU
Wichita State, mistaken for Cinderella, has Final Four potential
Louisville Baseball: Fighting Irish invade for three-game set
MISC COLLEGE/PRO SPORTS NEWS:
Miami Dolphins confirm new team logo
Mavs have their critics but are in position to be a terrific story
Jinx? Bearded Mavericks bringing favorite barber to game with Pacers
Nowitzki averaging 19 points, shooting 54 percent from floor during Mavs’ March surge
The streak is over
The Heat’s winning streak was snapped at 27 games Wednesday night by the Bulls when a furious rally by LeBron James and his teammates fell short.
LeBron upset by what he thinks are flagrant fouls/