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  • Orlando's new arena opens after years of talks, millions of dollars

    Orlando's new arena opens after years of talks, millions of dollars
    The ribbon will be cut on the gleaming new Amway Center today, but the Orlando Magic's fight for a new arena started nearly a decade ago, with years of political horse-trading and hundreds of millions of dollars in the balance. Building a new arena...
  • FCS lands new title sponsor, changes name from Champs Sports to Russell Athletic Bowl

    FCS lands new title sponsor, changes name from Champs Sports to Russell Athletic Bowl
    One of Orlando’s major bowl games has changed title sponsors, shifting from the Champs Sports Bowl to the Russell Athletic Bowl. The 2012 Russell Athletic Bowl will be played at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 28 at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. The game featuring...
  • FAMU death: Brutal rituals defied ban, band members say

    FAMU death: Brutal rituals defied ban, band members say
    It's 7 p.m. on Aug. 22, 2011. A thunderstorm is passing through Tallahassee as 350 members of the Florida A&M University Marching 100 assemble for the first time inside the school's cavernous band-rehearsal hall. The students are seated in a semicircle...
  • FSU, Notre Dame here to enjoy bowl perks without pessimism

    FSU, Notre Dame here to enjoy bowl perks without pessimism
    Over at the Amway Center Thursday night, thousands of Orlando Magic fans will cheer for a young man who has happy feet. Dwight Howard seems bothered by the "culture" of this team and the city, and wants out. Any cheers will be etched in a sad sense of...
  • Nebraska senior Lavonte David finishes off college career with big game

    Nebraska senior Lavonte David finishes off college career with big game
    Lavonte David capped his prep career with a state title four years ago at the Florida Citrus Bowl. But while his return to Orlando didn't produce a victory or a trophy, the Nebraska senior linebacker ended his collegiate career in impressive fashion,...
  • Potential online-travel settlement could steer millions to arts center, Citrus Bowl

    Potential online-travel settlement could steer millions to arts center, Citrus Bowl
    Orange County could be close to reaching a deal that would provide a major financial boost to the downtown arts center and Florida Citrus Bowl projects. The cash would come from a potentially multimillion-dollar settlement in the county's long-running...
  • Buddy Collings' Week 4 high school football predictions

    Buddy Collings' Week 4 high school football predictions
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  • The Prospector Florida State commit 'Kermit' leaves flash on the field

    The Prospector <br> Florida State commit 'Kermit' leaves flash on the field
    Levonte Whitfield Jr. isn't much for talking to the media. He even comes off as shy, but he's not. The Orlando Jones High athlete stammers around questions, somewhat unsure of his answers. He thrives in the spotlight, but stick a microphone or camera...
  • DeLand RB Shontrelle Johnson decommits from Northwestern

    DeLand RB Shontrelle Johnson decommits from Northwestern
    He kept it pretty close to the vest, but Shontrelle Johnson acknowledged Tuesday that he decommitted from Northwestern about three weeks ago, and now, his phone rings constantly. Johnson, 5-foot-10, 180 pounds and the No. 13-ranked player in the...
  • You have questions, I have answers

    More questions for Scott? You can ask him yourself today -- March 17-- at noon when Scott Maxwell hosts an online Q-and-A at OrlandoSentinel.com. We can talk politics, current issues, whatever you want. And if Scott doesn't know the answer, he promises to...
  • Muddy mess of malarkey — and a moment of silence

    In today's edition of the Friday files, we're looking at everything from malarkey-filled advertising to Republican Party turmoil. And a nun. But first, let's talk about the Mud Bowl. This community — and this newspaper — has been filled with...
  • Goodbye, arena — hello, Creative Village

    Goodbye, arena &#8212; hello, Creative Village
    Orlando's NBA arena and the sea of parking lots around it will be replaced by a hip neighborhood with a mix of college kids, Facebook-generation urbanites, high-tech companies and educational institutions, a place dotted with video screens and anchored by...