Rice has career game, leads FSU defense at Wake Sports

Rice has career game, leads FSU defense at Wake

October 29, 2019

By Time Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Like the rest of his teammates, Emmett Rice wasn’t much in the mood to talk about individual performances in the wake of Florida State’s 22-20 loss at Wake Forest last Saturday night. Same as his offensive counterpart, Cam Akers (199 total yards,

FAMU fans stay faithful; even for a Sunday game Sports

FAMU fans stay faithful; even for a Sunday game

October 22, 2019

By James Thomas Outlook Writer Vendors were on Perry Street, the Marching 100 was inside Bragg Stadium entertaining the fans and the cheerleaders never stopped trying to fire up the crowd. Things just felt like another football Saturday afternoon. This was Sunday, though. An announced crowd of 10,051 showed up

Gray salutes QB Stanley in record-setting win Sports

Gray salutes QB Stanley in record-setting win

October 22, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer During almost every post-game press conference, quarterback Ryan Stanley mentioned how much encouragement he gets from Quinn Gray. All the while, Stanley was chipping away at the career passing record that Gray had established when he was quarterback at FAMU. This past Saturday,

Noles vow to learn, then look toward Wake Sports

Noles vow to learn, then look toward Wake

October 22, 2019

By Tim Linafelt Senior writer/Seminoles.com CLEMSON, S.C. – Ready as they were to move on from everything that happened at Clemson last Saturday night, the Seminoles were also well aware that they couldn’t simply forget their 45-14 defeat without first learning from it. Yes, it was an afternoon full of

FAMU hires former Louisiana Tech star to coach track team Sports

FAMU hires former Louisiana Tech star to coach track team

October 22, 2019

Special to the Outlook FAMU has settled on a veteran coach with extensive knowledge of the HBCU circuit to be its next women’s track and field/cross country coach. FAMU last week announced the hiring of Nadia Alexander-Pompey to replace Darlene Moore, who abruptly resigned in early summer. “We are extremely

Built on the Southside Sports

Built on the Southside

October 15, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writter Every video that shows Seattle outfielder Mallex Smith stealing a base highlights the basic elements of how he uses his speed to distract pitchers. Smith, a product of Capital Park and Rickards High School, will tell you though that there is a little

Stanley to Smith for FAMU win becoming familiar Sports

Stanley to Smith for FAMU win becoming familiar

October 15, 2019

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer With just a little more than 30 seconds left in a tied game against North Carolina Central, FAMU’s coaching staff called one last huddle. They knew whatever they called Saturday afternoon couldn’t be too time consuming. The players had the right attitude as

DB Fagan rounding into form for FSU football Sports

DB Fagan rounding into form for FSU football

October 15, 2019

By Tim Linafelt Senior write/Seminoles.com Three weeks ago, with Florida State trailing Louisville and holding out hope for a fourth-quarter rally, FSU safety Cyrus Fagan stepped in front of an errant pass attempt and made the biggest play of his career – an interception that not only prevented the Cardinals

Legendary Olympic athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos earn induction into U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Sports

Legendary Olympic athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos earn induction into U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

October 15, 2019

By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Their raised fists were as legendary as they were controversial. Tommie Smith and John Carlos, known for their Black Power salute during the 1968 Olympics medal ceremonies, have earned induction into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame. The induction is scheduled for

Rattlers give Simmons second win over Spartans Sports

Rattlers give Simmons second win over Spartans

October 8, 2019

By FAMU Athletics Special to the Outlook NORFOLK, Va. – It took some doing on the part of the FAMU football team, but it was enough to help coach Willie Simmons keep his perfect record against Norfolk State intact with a 30-28 win by the Rattlers. The Saturday afternoon win