4:50 pm
Tue March 18, 2014

NFL Gives FSU Players An Audition At Pro Day

Three Cone Drill
Credit Nick Evans

The NFL brings new players into the league each year through a seven round draft.  But before the draft, scouts, coaches, and other staff members get a couple of chances to meet and evaluate prospective players. Pro Day is one of the last of these events on the way to the draft, and Florida State Coach Jimbo Fisher says it offers a unique opportunity for the players.

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2:57 pm
Thu December 5, 2013

Twitter Reacts To Winston Announcement

Accuser's changing story leads State Attorney to decline charges.

5:32 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

FAMU Alumna Featured On Stamp

Credit U.S. Postal Service

The first female athlete in the United States Postal Service’s Black Heritage Series is a Florida A&M University alumna.

Althea Gibson was the first African-American to win several major tennis tournaments, including Wimbledon.  And FAMU Alumni Association President Tommy Mitchell , who  knew her when he was a child, says she had an impact off the court as well.

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2:01 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Florida State University Football Player Charged With Sexual Battery

Gregory Dent Roster Photo
Credit Florida State University

Florida State University football player Gregory Dent is facing up to 15 years in prison after being charged with rape over the weekend.  Dent was released Monday on $15 thousand dollars bail.

According to court documents, the victim and Dent have been friends since high school. Saturday, she, Dent, and others went to a nightclub.  When they returned to Dent’s apartment, the victim says she fell asleep on Dent’s bed.

She then alleges she awoke to Dent kissing her, and tried to push him away.  But the victim alleges he continued trying to force himself upon her.

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5:51 pm
Tue March 26, 2013

Florida High School Athletic Association Cries Foul Over Bills Limiting Its Power

Bills in the Florida Legislature would limit the scope and power of the organization that regulates high school athletes, with supporters calling them a victory for student rights. But the regulatory group, the Florida High School Athletic Association, is saying the measures could pave the way for unfairness on the field and reduced quality of tournaments.

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