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  • Orlando Boone punter Tommy Townsend commits to Tennessee

    Orlando Boone punter Tommy Townsend commits to Tennessee
    Tommy Townsend won't have to change much of his wardrobe. The Orlando Boone punter committed to Tennessee on Monday during a phone call with head coach Butch Jones, and the Vols have the same orange and white color scheme as do the Boone Braves. "It's...
  • Former Seminole Charlie Ward and former Gator Earnest Graham go back to school

    Former Seminole Charlie Ward and former Gator Earnest Graham go back to school
    If Pensacola Washington or North Fort Myers high school leaders were just looking for football coaches, they would have made a simple selection from a pile of résumés. Each school, however, was in need of far more. The respective administrations were...
  • National title win propels FSU into top 10 of top-selling schools of 2013-14

    National title win propels FSU into top 10 of top-selling schools of 2013-14
      Florida State’s win in the BCS National Championship Game is paying off for the Seminoles as the school saw a spike in merchandise sales according to the Collegiate Licensing Company’s annual list of top-selling institutions. FSU...
  • FDP unveils Spanish-language ad attacking Rick Scott on education

    TALLAHASSEE -- Florida Democrats unveiled a Spanish-language TV ad Thursday that makes similar claims to its earlier English version about Gov. Rick Scott's education record: basically, that he cut classroom spending and scholarship dollars. The ad...
  • Florida to encourage high schoolers to take computer science classes

    Florida to encourage high schoolers to take computer science classes
    Florida is now one of 22 states where students can use a computer science course to meet high school graduation requirements. The state's new rules -- approved by state lawmakers and the governor this spring --are part of a national push by technology...
  • QB Kai Locksley surprises by committing to FSU

    QB Kai Locksley surprises by committing to FSU
    FSU was expected to land a quarterback commitment on Thursday, but that signal caller was not supposed to be Kai Locksley. Locksley, the four-star recruit from Baltimore (Md.) Gilman High, surprisingly picked FSU Thursday, about the same time...
  • UCF, UF, FSU rate among best values in new Money magazine ranking

    UCF, UF, FSU rate among best values in new Money magazine ranking
    Several Florida universities -- including UCF, UF and FSU -- rate among the nation's best values in higher education, according to the first-ever college rankings released this week by Money magazine. The University of Florida, located in Gainesville,...
  • FSU to pitch in for Winston insurance policy

    The Sports Xchange FSU to pitch in for Winston insurance policy Florida State is helping Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston cover payments toward a $10 million injury insurance policy, as approved by NCAA guidelines. The school's Student Assistant...
  • Lake Worth softball star lands Bucky Dent Scholarship

    For Lake Worth's Marni Greenstein, the award was the culmination of all her hard work on the softball diamond over the past decade. Greenstein, 18, was recently named the recipient of this year's Bucky Dent Scholarship. "I was so happy; I didn't...
  • Former FSU star Charlie Ward, UF star Earnest Graham head back to school

    If Pensacola Washington or North Fort Myers high school leaders were just looking for football coaches, they would have made a simple selection from a pile of résumés. Each school, however, was in need of far more. The respective administrations were...
  • TE Archibald signs financial aid agreement with UM

    The Hurricanes coaching staff will have unlimited access to one of its top recruits this fall. The school announced on Friday that tight end Bowman Archibald of Pasco High signed a grant-in-aid agreement with Miami. Though the financial aid agreements...
  • When universities sell their souls, why do they have to sell so cheaply?

    When universities sell their souls, why do they have to sell so cheaply?
    Via Erik Loomis comes this report of a university engaging, not to put too fine a point on it, in the world's oldest profession. The case involves Arizona State University, which on Tuesday posted a job for an assistant professor in the history of...