Fuller says he left Godby to motivate others Sports

Fuller says he left Godby to motivate others

February 12, 2019

  By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer    Corey Fuller sees so much of his life as a young boy growing up on Tallahassee’s Southside in the football players at East Gadsden High School. That, said Fuller, is one of the main reasons that he left the Godby football

Injury knocks B.J. Daniels out of debut in new football league Sports

Injury knocks B.J. Daniels out of debut in new football league

February 12, 2019

Sidelined again By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer     An opportunity to finally become starting quarterback for a professional football team has eluded B.J. Daniels. Again. Daniels, a former standout at Lincoln High School who has made several stops in the NFL that include two Super Bowl teams, sustained

Combat Night reaches 100th card milestone Feature

Combat Night reaches 100th card milestone

February 1, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer When Mitch Chamale and Josh Samman sat down to draw up the first draft of their dream of creating a mixed martial arts promotion company, they didn’t have much to work with. Most of their first card was written on a napkin under

FAMU sets honor  for two basketball legends Sports

FAMU sets honor for two basketball legends

February 1, 2019

  Special the Outlook FAMU announced recently that two Rattler Basketball greats – Waite Bellamy and Cathy Robinson– will have their jerseys honored in the ceiling of the Lawson Center on Feb. 23, during the doubleheader with Bethune-Cookman University. “We are excited about honoring both of the greatest scorers in FAMU

Opposing female coaches make history with boy’s teams

February 1, 2019

A ladies’ first By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer What transpired on the hardwood floor inside the gymnasium at FAMU High looked like just another basketball game.  From the sidelines the view was profoundly different as two females paced from opposing benches. Q’Vaunda Curry coached the Jefferson Somerset Tigers,

TCC coach wants confident play from Eagles heading into conference schedule

February 1, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Going into Saturday’s Panhandle Conference opener against Gulf Coast State, TCC coach Franqua Bedell’s mantra was the same as it has been since the season started. “I told the girls whether we win or lose the game does not define who we are

Punter Faddoul earns AP All-America first team Sports

Punter Faddoul earns AP All-America first team

January 3, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer As punter Chris Faddoul was flipping the field on FAMU’s opponents, he didn’t think of his work as anything more than taking care of his responsibilities on special teams. All the time, since the season began, he worked his way to being the

Quiet leader Sports

Quiet leader

January 3, 2019

Washington asserts himself as TCC’s top scorer   By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer What TCC fans saw from Richard Washington against Pasco-Hernando in a recent home game wasn’t typical of the Eagles’ sophomore guard. Washington, the team’s leading scorer, didn’t hit a field goal until midway through the

Ex-champ Cloud eyeing ring comeback next year Feature

Ex-champ Cloud eyeing ring comeback next year

December 20, 2018

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer  Tavoris Cloud isn’t willing to end his professional boxing career with three straight losses being part of his legacy. Cloud, the first Tallahassee boxer ever to hold a world boxing championship, said he plans to make a comeback early

Turkey Trot attracts large cross-section of runners, spectators Sports

Turkey Trot attracts large cross-section of runners, spectators

December 11, 2018

Record turnout   By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer  Some of the more than 6,000 runners who showed up on Thanksgiving Day for the Turkey Trot were there just to avoid feeling guilty about the meal they would indulge in later in the day. Others were there to support