By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer ORLANDO – What transpired on the field at Camping World Stadium was enough to make grown men cry last Saturday night. With a little more than five minutes left in the 40th Florida Blue Classic, FAMU led the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats by a field
By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com Ryan Izzo took off from the line of scrimmage, breezed past a defender and made his way straight to the end zone. It was then that Izzo had an option – cut into a flag route toward the sideline, or just turn around and look
Special to the Outlook ORLANDO — FAMU President Larry Robinson introduced Kortne Gosha as the new vice president and director of FAMU Athletics during the Future of FAMU Athletics Fundraising Breakfast, hosted by the FAMU National Alumni Association last Saturday at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress hotel. Gosha will assume
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Nickel back Terry Jefferson was answering the question posed about his best memory as a player at FAMU. He found himself trying to respond just minutes after he and the other seniors won their last game at Bragg Stadium by beating Howard 39-7.
By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com As he made his way off the field, shortly after Florida State put the finishing touches on a 49-12 victory over Alabama State, Odell Haggins stopped to share a moment with FSU President John Thrasher. “Odell, nice work,” Thasher told his interim head coach. “Keep
Special to the Outlook NORFOLK, Va. — Former FAMU football player Quinn Gray was among five members who will be inducted into the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 2020 Hall of Fame class, the conference announced last Friday. Joining Gray in the 2020 MEAC Hall of Fame class are Connell Maynor (North
By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Tiger Woods’ fantastic year continued in Japan, where he set another record. The 43-year-old captured the Zozo Championship in Japan with a dominating wire-to-wire victory and tying Hall of Famer Sam Snead for the most career PGA Tour wins with 83.
By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – He’s Odell Haggins, he’s back again. Tasked with leading his alma mater as interim head coach for the second time in three seasons, Haggins, Florida State’s beloved former-player-turned-assistant-coach, oversaw yet another inspiring afternoon for the FSU football team. D.J. Matthews’ 60-yard
Special to the Outlook FAMU redshirt senior quarterback Ryan Stanley was named to the STATS FCS Walter Payton Award Watch List last Monday. Stanley, who was named to the College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Midseason FCS Watch List, has set numerous records this season. A native of Pembroke Pines, Stanley
Special to the Outlook Florida State Director of Athletics David Coburn announced last Sunday that coach Willie Taggart’s contract has been terminated effective immediately. Odell Haggins, who is in his 26th season on FSU’s coaching staff, will serve as interim head coach for the remainder of the season. Haggins served