Noles can expect Norvell to ‘hit the ground running’ Sports

Noles can expect Norvell to ‘hit the ground running’

December 18, 2019

By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com Put down the tea leaves and close out those flight trackers. After a five-week hunt, the Florida State Seminoles have their man. FSU announced last Sunday that Mike Norvell, previously the head coach at the University of Memphis, would be the Florida State football program’s

Stanley is finalist for Black College Football honor Sports

Stanley is finalist for Black College Football honor

December 18, 2019

Special to the Outlook ATLANTA, Ga. — Florida A&M redshirt senior quarterback Ryan Stanley continued to rack up more post-season honors as he was recently named a finalist for the Black College Football Player of the Year Award. Stanley, who owns the FAMU record for passing attempts, passing completions, passing

Yon couple drives Turkey Trot success Community News

Yon couple drives Turkey Trot success

December 10, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer It was almost 4 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning when David Yon showed up at Southwood to finish up final preparations for the start of this year’s Turkey Trot road race. “I overslept,” said Yon with a smile, while being dead serious. He actually

Noles can’t keep pace; turn toward future Sports

Noles can’t keep pace; turn toward future

December 10, 2019

By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com GAINESVILLE, Fla. – There’s a fresh future ahead for the Florida State football team, one that will likely begin in the coming days when the Seminoles welcome their new head coach. Before that, though, FSU had one more chapter to write in its 2019 regular

Nine FAMU football players make all-MEAC teams Sports

Nine FAMU football players make all-MEAC teams

December 10, 2019

Special to the Outlook The Florida A&M University football team had nine players selected to the All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) football teams on Tuesday.  Six of those Rattlers earned first-team honors. Earning spots on the All-MEAC First Team were quarterback Ryan Stanley, wide receiver Xavier Smith, offensive lineman Keenan Forbes,

Wildcats pull off upset of Rattlers in Classic win Sports

Wildcats pull off upset of Rattlers in Classic win

December 3, 2019

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

Izzo earns FSU degree, finds footing with Patriots Sports

Izzo earns FSU degree, finds footing with Patriots

December 3, 2019

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

FAMU hires Gosha as new athletic director Sports

FAMU hires Gosha as new athletic director

December 3, 2019

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

Brotherhood keeps FAMU football players grounded Sports

Brotherhood keeps FAMU football players grounded

November 26, 2019

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.

Noles “bowl” over Hornets with big-play barrage Sports

Noles “bowl” over Hornets with big-play barrage

November 26, 2019

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