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Ex-UF, Jefferson athlete Deiondre Porter sentenced to 10 years

Ex-UF, Jefferson athlete Deiondre Porter sentenced to 10 years

Former Florida Gators defensive back and Jefferson High star Deiondre Porter faces 10 years in prison after accepting a plea deal on felony charges including aggravated assault, battery on a pregnant woman and robbery with a firearm.His no-contest pl...
Published: 01/11/18
Quinton Flowers, Deadrin Senat scoop up ‘all-bowl’ honors

Quinton Flowers, Deadrin Senat scoop up ‘all-bowl’ honors

For a noon game held in dreary weather on the next-to-last shopping day before Christmas, the Birmingham Bowl attracted some significant national attention.Case in point: Bulls QB Quinton Flowers and DT Deadrin Senat have been hailed for their respec...
Published: 01/11/18
Jordan Smith leaving Gators after credit card fraud scandal

Jordan Smith leaving Gators after credit card fraud scandal

Jordan Smith – one of the nine Gators accused of credit card fraud – is leaving the program.Smith, who entered 2017 as a redshirt freshman defensive lineman, announced Thursday that he is pursuing a transfer "due to my recent actions and ...
Published: 01/11/18
Dan Mullen completes Florida Gators’ coaching staff

Dan Mullen completes Florida Gators’ coaching staff

Dan Mullen has completed his Florida Gators coaching staff. UF announced the final hire – former Eastern Michigan head coach Ron English – on Thursday morning. English, a two-time Broyles Award nominee, spent last season under Mullen at M...
Published: 01/11/18
Sidelined for 2 years, Levi Borders back with USF baseball

Sidelined for 2 years, Levi Borders back with USF baseball

Projecting the trajectory of the USF baseball season remains a tricky proposition in early January, but we can offer one prediction as an air-tight lock.Senior Levi Borders will receive the heartiest ovation when he makes his first home plate appeara...
Published: 01/11/18
Former Admiral Farragut star Craig Watts transferring from USF

Former Admiral Farragut star Craig Watts transferring from USF

Bulls redshirt freshman S Craig Watts Jr., who totaled five tackles in limited action last fall, announced Tuesday night via social media he's transferring."My parents and I have decided it's in the best interest for my growth as a student-athlete an...
Published: 01/10/18
Florida politician to Big 12: Time to re-consider USF, UCF

Florida politician to Big 12: Time to re-consider USF, UCF

In the wake of the greatest season in UCF history, a central Florida-based state representative has sent a letter to the Big 12 commissioner, lobbying for the Knights to be considered if/when the league expands.In the spirit of diplomacy, he included...
Published: 01/10/18
USF women could add 2 more European players

USF women could add 2 more European players

Evidently, USF women's coach Jose Fernandez's global outreach apparently still is going strong.His domestic recruiting chops aren't shabby either.Fernandez, who received a letter of intent from 5-foot-11 Greek standout Irida Tsafara in November, rece...
Published: 01/09/18
College Football Playoff: Lasting impressions from an Alabama classic

College Football Playoff: Lasting impressions from an Alabama classic

What’s your lasting impression of Alabama’s 26-23 overtime win over Georgia in the College Football Playoff championship game Monday night? Here’s what the Times’ college football coverage team had to say about the instant classic:TUA GOOD TO BE TRUE...
Published: 01/09/18
From Tua to two-headed QB: Boldest college coaching moves ever

From Tua to two-headed QB: Boldest college coaching moves ever

With one bold calculation Monday night, Nick Saban further cemented his mug on the Mount Rushmore of college coaches.More than that, the arguments hailing him as the greatest of all time are a bit more concrete.Saban's decision to replace starting QB...
Published: 01/09/18