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 Feature

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 Feature

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

FAMU women get first basketball win over EWC Sports

FAMU women get first basketball win over EWC

December 11, 2018

    By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer The reprieve that the FAMU women’s basketball team needed from a top-heavy schedule finally came when the Rattlers got by Edward Waters College 70-64 in their second game at home. “It feels good to finally get a win this season,” said

Rattlers keep rolling through MEAC with unbeaten record Sports

Rattlers keep rolling through MEAC with unbeaten record

November 7, 2018

No distractions By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Coaching the FAMU football team just got harder for Willie Simmons and his staff of assistants, following a decisive 38-3 victory over Morgan State. With three games left to compete for a shot at either the NCAA playoff or the Celebration

Simmons thinking long-term as coach at FAMU Sports

Simmons thinking long-term as coach at FAMU

November 7, 2018

St. Clair Murraine  Since its two-point loss to Jackson State almost seven weeks ago, FAMU has not lost a game. Not at home or on the road. That’s five straight victories. Clearly, a turnaround of the football program is in progress. So naturally, the question becomes what if Simmons gets

A football playground Feature

A football playground

September 27, 2018

Pop Warner league grooms young players, cheerleaders By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Perched on a vehicle that resembles an oversized golf cart, Corey Simon had the best seat at Apalachee Regional Park on a recent Saturday morning. To his left, a Pop Warner football game was going on.

Let’s not forget that FAMU is playing  an unforgiving game Sports

Let’s not forget that FAMU is playing an unforgiving game

September 27, 2018

St. Clair Murraine By now we should all have gotten over FAMU’s loss to Jackson State a week ago at Bragg Stadium. But football fans don’t take things so lightly, especially when there were a lot of ways that the Rattlers could have won by at least two points. Instead

Fans optimistic Rattlers will have a winning season Feature

Fans optimistic Rattlers will have a winning season

August 29, 2018

FAMU FAN DAY By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Alfred Paramore might have had to settle for just watching the FAMU football team go through a scrimmage if it weren’t for a no-show that allowed him to get into a sold-out kickoff event this past Saturday. Once he was