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  • Best of South Florida: Tom Jenkins' has best BBQ

    <b>Best of South Florida:</b> Tom Jenkins' has best BBQ
    Harry Harrell and Gary Torrence often marvel at the way they make their living. The FAMU grads — Harrell majored in computer science and Torrence in electrical engineering — are the owners of Tom Jenkins' Bar-B-Q in Fort Lauderdale. "We both...
  • It's time for Hampton University to play more consistently

    <big>It's time for Hampton University to play more consistently</big>
      THE MILESTONE Donovan Rose is entering his third season as the Pirates' head coach after 17 years as an assistant, and says the program now bears more of his imprint than in the past two seasons, which have produced a combined .500 record. If that'...
  • Hampton University's Ian Davidson wants to make his own mark

    Ian Davidson arrived at Hampton University determined to make the most of his final season of college football. He's off to a pretty good start. Davidson, a 6-foot-4, 305-pound defensive tackle who transferred to HU after four seasons, including a...
  • On Campus: HU improves to 2-0 with 23-17 win against Florida A&M

    On Campus: HU improves to 2-0 with 23-17 win against Florida A&M
    David Legree hardly knew what to do. On second-and-10 from his own 19-yard line, Legree, Hampton's senior quarterback, dropped back. He pump-faked once and surveyed his options. Streaking down the left side of the field was Javaris Brown, who caught a...
  • Last-second call leaves Hampton U's football team upset but undaunted

    After midnight on Thursday night, Antwon Chisholm walked slowly off the field at Municipal Stadium, pads off and head bowed. He looked like a football player who'd absorbed dozens of body blows, and indeed, he and his Hampton University team had —...
  • They taught schools a lesson in equality

    For Black History Month, the Orlando Sentinel'sJeff Kunerth looks at the lives and legacy of those who opened the door to integration in Orlando. Today: How the families came to file the lawsuit. In 1962, the congregation of Mount Zion Missionary...
  • The Prospector: Does transferring hurt or help the student-athlete?

    The Prospector: Does transferring hurt or help the student-athlete?
    Transfers have popped up all over the Orlando Sentinel scenery during spring practice and it always begs a few questions: How is it that this person came to transfer out of district and into a different school? And also, does a transfer in the middle of...
  • The Prospector: Mount Dora's Bruce Heggie and Winter Park's Zee Ware know the drill, you have to sell yourself

    The recruiting process for the big stars is easy. At least it is from an exposure standpoint. It's never easy taking 20 phone calls a day from coaches and media types asking virtually the same questions over and over. But everyone knows who they are...
  • Notes and nuggets from Preseason Kickoff week in Tampa Bay area

    Junior QB Phillip Eli, who took over for injured All-American Aaron Murray last season and won nine games en route to getting Tampa Plant to the Class 4A semifinals, was held out of Friday night's 48-33 blowout loss against Bradenton Manatee with a sore...
  • Saturday's game capsules

    Today's game Hampton at Florida A&M RECORDS: Hampton 5-4, 4-2 MEAC; Florida A&M 7-3, 3-3. WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: Bragg Stadium, Tallahassee, Fla. RADIO: 88.1FM. FOUR DOWNS 1. First-year Hampton coach Jerry Holmes faces his former boss, Joe Taylor, in...
  • ESPN show 'raises awareness'

    Hours before Hampton's game at Florida A&M kicked off Saturday afternoon, the FAMU campus was abuzz with the presence of ESPN's weekly pregame show, College GameDay. More than a thousand people, including a number of fans wearing HU's blue and silver,...
  • Woes expand vs. old coach

    The scene at the end of Hampton University's game at Florida A&M on Saturday was familiar for the Pirates. The clock hit zero, and longtime coach Joe Taylor walked off the field with another victory in his storied career. This time, however, Taylor...