Former Power Five coach Klenakis lands at FAMU as new offensive line coach Sports

Former Power Five coach Klenakis lands at FAMU as new offensive line coach

October 20, 2020

By St. Clair MurraineOutlook staff writer When FAMU resumes playing football next spring for its final season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, the Rattlers will have a new offensive line coach. Coach Willie Simmons reached for the top shelf when he decided to hire Chris Klenakis, who not too long

Travis shines in first start, FSU falls at Notre Dame Sports

Travis shines in first start, FSU falls at Notre Dame

October 20, 2020

By Chuck WalshSeminoles.com SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Coach Mike Norvell didn’t have to search hard for reasons why the Florida State football team fell to Notre Dame. He wasn’t making an excuse, though. “We struggled to stop the running game,” Norvell said. “We failed to convert on third downs offensively.

Eagle men notch first cross-country national ranking Sports

Eagle men notch first cross-country national ranking

October 20, 2020

TCC Sports Information The Tallahassee Community College men’s cross country team snagged a piece of school history last week, earning a No. 18 ranking in the NJCAA Division II poll, released by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). This marks the Eagles’ first national

Maier sets cross-country record Sports

Maier sets cross-country record

October 6, 2020

Special to the Outlook Sophomore Mat Maier set a school-record in the 8K race to lead the Tallahassee Community College men’s cross-country team to an eighth-place finish in the college division at Florida State University Cross Country Invitational. The annual FSU Invite last Friday marked the first event at Apalachee

TCC basketball head coaches selected for TopConnect workshop Sports

TCC basketball head coaches selected for TopConnect workshop

October 6, 2020

Special to the Outlook Tallahassee Community College head women’s basketball coach, Matt Huddleston, and head men’s basketball coach, Zach Settembre, have been selected to participate in the inaugural TopConnect NJCAA symposium set for Oct. 8-9. The inaugural class consists of 30 men’s basketball coaches and 11 women’s basketball coaches across

Travis makes a case for starting QB job in first FSU win Sports

Travis makes a case for starting QB job in first FSU win

October 6, 2020

Seminoles.com Florida State might have found its newest starting quarterback, after redshirt sophomore Jordan Travis’ impressive performance in a must-win game for the Seminoles. Travis directed five consecutive touchdown drives in the second and third quarters to lead Florida State to a come-from-behind 41-24 victory over Jacksonville State at Doak

FSU soccer looks to continue shutout streak at Virginia Tech Sports

FSU soccer looks to continue shutout streak at Virginia Tech

October 1, 2020

By Bret CleinSeminoles.com Neither of FSU’s first two opponents has been able to score on the Seminoles during their opening matches of the season. Another team won’t get a shot at breaking the shutout streak another week when they travel to Blacksburg to face Virginia Tech on Oct. 1. The

Wyckoff steps in while Semrau takes single-season leave of absence Sports

Wyckoff steps in while Semrau takes single-season leave of absence

October 1, 2020

By Stephen StoneSeminoles.com Florida State women’s basketball head coach Sue Semrau announced that she is taking a leave of absence through March 2021 to support her family as her mom recovers from ovarian cancer in her hometown of Seattle, Wash.  Semrau, who has led the FSU program for 23 years,

Eagles cross-country makes season debut at Alligator Lake Sports

Eagles cross-country makes season debut at Alligator Lake

October 1, 2020

Special to the Outlook LAKE CITY, Fla. — The Tallahassee Community College Eagles are back.    Six months and six days after its last athletics event, Tallahassee’s men’s and women’s cross country teams ran its 2020 season opener last Friday at the Alligator Lake Invitational.   The Eagles had been

Wilson had remarkable career as receiver at FAMU Sports

Wilson had remarkable career as receiver at FAMU

September 23, 2020

FAMU Athletics Just three months after the death of the coach who recruited him to play football at FAMU where he had a remarkable career, receiver Robert Wilson unexpectedly passed away. Wilson was 46 years old when he died early last week.   Wilson, a native of Monticello, Fla., played wide