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Florida State Times Articles
Charlie Barnes, Executive Director – Seminole Boosters
Garnet and Old by Jim Joanos
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ATHLETIC EVENTS CALENDAR
USA TODAY database: What NCAA schools spend on athletics
NCAA Division I Head Coach APR Portfolio
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS
Noles Get Back To Practice
Podcast: Spring Scrimmage Update
Florida State players impress at first spring scrimmage
FSU scrimmage stats: Jameis Winston, Rashad Greene shine
2013 FSU Spring Breakdown: Offensive Line
After injury, FSU RB Mario Pender’s mental approach could play a role this year
Fisher undecided yet on OC duties
Ankle injury forces FSU to lose RB Devonta Freeman for a few days
Seminole Soundbites: Jacobbi McDaniel on being the forgotten man and his return after 18 months of rehab
FSU Notes: Ups and downs for Edwards
Video: Florida State safety Terrence Brooks
‘Noles by the Numbers: This year vs. FSU’s last five in the NFL Draft
2013 FSU Spring Breakdown: Running Backs
FSU DE Carradine met with Eagles, Ravens
Bobby Bowden, Bill Self, Jim Calhoun to be honored at 8th annual Dick Vitale Gala
Pitt adjusting to Shell’s departure
Wiggins adapts to attention
The first thing you should know about Andrew Wiggins is that he’s evolved.
Watch Andrew Wiggins make bigger name for self with monster dunk
Andrew Wiggins philosophical on life in the spotlight
NBA reporter for Hoops World with a Tweet that would make even Leonard Hamilton smile
FSU’s Stephen Spradling thankful to be alive
No. 13 LSU Erases Three-Run Deficit to Defeat Noles
Florida State softball races out to early 3-0 lead through two innings before falling 5-4 in extended game that was threatened by rain
‘NOLES IN THE PROS:
What Buster Posey’s New Contract Means For The Giants
10 YEARS AGO FSU IN THE CHOP:
Post-scrimmage Q & A: Bobby Bowden
FSU’s Watkins climbs tough trail to start at free
Expectations were high for Pat Watkins to immediately contribute at free safety last season. But as any former Florida State safety would explain, it is not an easy position to learn.
FSU Had Indications Of QB’s Gambling
NCAA on top of FSU gambling case, official says
An NCAA official confirmed Thursday it has been in constant contact with Florida State and law
enforcement agencies regarding the gambling charge against former quarterback Adrian McPherson.
Sleeth going for record 27th straight win vs. FSU
Kyle Sleeth was fast approaching his senior season, but the university that would eventually sign him was nowhere in his plans. “I actually had no clue that they even had a baseball team,” Sleeth said of Wake Forest.
ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE NEWS
Big Ten, ACC in discussions with Pinstripe Bowl
Duke defense highlights scrimmage
Fired investigator’s emails give insight into UM probe
A former NCAA investigator who ran the organization’s troubled probe of alleged gift-giving to University of Miami athletes said he was fired last year because his bosses were unhappy with his lack of progress on the case.
Hurricanes QB Stephen Morris picks up where he left off after record-breaking 2012 season
Top lineman commits to Miami Hurricanes; Malcolm Lewis ahead of schedule
Syracuse football players, coaches speaking new language this spring
ESPN analyst Eric Mangini talks about new Syracuse Football offensive coordinator George McDonald
Ex-Oklahoma QB Allen visits Cuse
Justin Jackson ready to lead Wake Forest D
Duke’s Mason Plumlee says he has ‘no regrets’ returning for senior year
Transfer possibilities for Tech basketball
First person: Brian Gregory
Analyzing Maryland’s loss to Iowa in the NIT semifinals
This is what happens when you advance deep into a single-elimination tournament: you inevitably encounter a solid team that is on its game.
Adams left Pitt to help family
Kenny McFadden coached Adams at a New Zealand basketball academy said the situation with Adams’ family changed in the past year.
Baseball Defeats Harvard in Home Opener
The Boston College baseball team defeated Harvard, 8-6, to open the 2013 home season at Eddie Pellagrini Diamond. Junior Jimmy Dowdell was 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBIs and his first career triple
Meyer Pitches Tigers to 4-1 Win Over Gardner-Webb Wednesday
Murray, Smith Lead No. 15 Jackets Down Kennesaw State, 9-1
Sophomore A.J. Murray had three hits and scored twice, pacing a balanced offensive attack for No. 15 Georgia Tech, which pounded out 12 hits and rolled past Kennesaw State, 9-1, Wednesday night at Russ Chandler Stadium.
Stinnett Stars in Terps Win Over Rider
Jake Stinnett struck out a career-high eight batters to lead Maryland to a 6-3 win over Rider Wednesday.
Baseball Falls to Bethune-Cookman 5-3
The Hurricanes dropped their midweek matchup with Bethune-Cookman Wednesday night at Alex Rodriguez Park, falling by a final score of 5-3.
No. 1 Tar Heels Sail Past Seahawks, 10-0
Senior Chris Munnelly needed little help Wednesday night in Wilmington as he threw seven scoreless innings as No. 1 UNC claimed a 10-0 win at UNC Wilmington.
No. 25 Wolfpack Knocks Off Elon 8-6
NC State watched a four run lead evaporate in the seventh, then rallied to win 8-6 on Wednesday at Doak Field at Dail Park
No. 4 Baseball Holds Off VMI, 8-6
Box Score | Video Highlights
The fourth-ranked Virginia baseball team recorded an 8-6 victory over VMI Wednesday evening at Davenport Field.
Old Big East now American Athletic
Ranking the Big Ten’s College Football Coaches for 2013
Urban Meyer ranks as the Big Ten’s No. 1 coach.
Former Auburn player accuses coach Will Muschamp of paying him while school’s defensive coordinator
Alleges Will Muschamp paid him $400 in 2007
Missouri no longer leads The Lou
Has Mizzou lost its St. Louis stronghold after missing on three top prospects?
Former Heisman winner Andre Ware to Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel: ‘Tone it down’
Notre Dame spring progress report
Notre Dame football: Prosise creating a buzz
Irish recruiting roundup
Oregon Ducks 2013 Spring Football Preview
A new era begins in Oregon in 2013.
USF to debut new format for spring game
Pitino, Calipari among highest-paid college basketball coaches
Louisville guard Ware upbeat despite broken leg
Fab Five at Final Four: King, Jackson to attend; Monday reunion possible?
Michigan turning up defensive pressure
Syracuse Orange Blueprint to Beat Michigan Wolverines in 2013 Final Four
Not all that shocking
The biggest underdog in the Final Four deserves their due and it should be no surprise they are in Atlanta.
Wichita State’s Final Four exposure extends beyond basketball court
Former Knick McDaniel proud of Wichita State
Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall confirms UCLA contacted representative
Dunk City belongs to FGCU, not USC
USC to back off FGCU’s ‘Dunk City’
Dunk City will not be moving to Los Angeles after all.
Kansas frosh G Anrio Adams transferring
Rebels’ Henderson writes apology
Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson posted a letter on the school’s website on Wednesday apologizing for some of his actions this season.
Gophers have agreement with Richard Pitino
Minnesota has picked Richard Pitino, the son of Louisville coach Rick Pitino, to take over for Tubby Smith. In his lone season at FIU, Pitino led the Panthers to an 18-14 record, the school’s first winning season in 13 years.
Rutgers Leaders Draw Scrutiny on Fired Coach
Rutgers, like Penn State, protected coaches instead of kids
A Sad History of Abusive Coaches
Mike Rice of Rutgers is only the latest college coach to leave his position after harsh treatment of players.
Firing coach not enough at Rutgers
Three-Run Eighth Inning Propel No. 20 Irish To 3-1 Victory Over Valparaiso
Junior 1B Trey Mancini’s two-run single in the eighth gave Notre Dame its first lead of the day.
MISC COLLEGE/PRO SPORTS NEWS:
N.F.L. to Install Cameras in Locker Rooms for Stadium Viewing
Mark Emmert under scrutiny
Shawn Marion: Add effort to the list of problems that led to the loss against the Lakers
At 97, the Oldest Living Brooklyn Dodger Reflects
10 YEARS AGO IN THE CHOP:
Image concern at UNC
Doherty “resignation” unhealthy precedent
The squeaky-clean model of college basketball success for four decades under Dean Smith and Bill Guthridge suddenly has an image problem.
Michael Jordan Criticizes Alma Mater
No Dean, Doherty Set Up His Own Downfall
Doherty disputes AD’s view of events
Doherty, in ESPN interview, says he didn’t volunteer to resign
Pitt interested in Sendek
Greenberg signs six-year contract with Virginia Tech
Summerall pushes new down marker
Pat Summerall is trying to talk the NFL into a new method of measuring first downs.