FSU Basketball Shows Fan Appreciation with “Jam with Ham” Feature

FSU Basketball Shows Fan Appreciation with “Jam with Ham”

October 28, 2015

      By Bre-Shara McCall Outlook Writer On Oct. 16, the Florida State University men’s basketball team and Coach Leonard Hamilton hosted their annual “Jam with Ham” Fan Day.   The festivities kicked-off at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center with lots in store including the highly anticipated slam

Late Field Goal Win by Eagles Extends Rattlers’ Losing Streak to Six Sports

Late Field Goal Win by Eagles Extends Rattlers’ Losing Streak to Six

October 21, 2015

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Coach Alex Wood couldn’t have put it any better after his Florida A&M football team dropped its second straight game at home for its sixth consecutive loss without a win.   “It was terrible,” Wood said, following FAMU’s 27-24

Franks Relishes Double Duty for Wakulla as Kicker,  Quarterback Sports

Franks Relishes Double Duty for Wakulla as Kicker, Quarterback

October 21, 2015

    By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer None of what has transpired after the day that Feleipe Franks kicked a 50-yard field goal was supposed to happen.   All the Wakulla High School senior quarterback wanted to do three years ago was get his teammates out of practice

Wood Not Totally Committed to a Two-Quarterback System Feature

Wood Not Totally Committed to a Two-Quarterback System

October 21, 2015

            By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer From day one, coach Alex Wood insisted that Carson Royal is his starting quarterback for the FAMU football team. That hasn’t changed.   Wood doesn’t intend to do so either, although back-up Kenny Coleman has played in

Former Trojan Powell Makes Big Impression  in TCC’s Basketball Jamboree Sports

Former Trojan Powell Makes Big Impression in TCC’s Basketball Jamboree

October 15, 2015

    By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer The action between Tallahassee Community College and State College of Florida seemed to slow down a bit, when Jahvaughn Powell pulled up with the ball along the baseline. Powell took a few steps and found himself face-to-face with two defenders at

FAMU Fans Standing by Their Team in Spite of Defeat Sports

FAMU Fans Standing by Their Team in Spite of Defeat

October 15, 2015

      By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer It was still early in the first quarter Saturday night, when FAMU football fans started reacting to what turned out to be yet another defeat for the Rattlers.   Social media was the platform. Facebook, Twittter and Instagram all lit

Anxious Pee-wee Players Kick Off Football Season With Jamboree Feature

Anxious Pee-wee Players Kick Off Football Season With Jamboree

October 6, 2015

    By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer All the signs were there that each of the young players on the football field were in a real game for the first time in their lives.   During the pee-wee league game between the Walker/Ford Rattlers and the Country Club

Army Veteran Will be Fighting the  Odds in His First MMA Bout Sports

Army Veteran Will be Fighting the Odds in His First MMA Bout

September 30, 2015

              By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer His body has been broken and injured in several places. His foot, ankle and calf have been reconstructed, as well as, he’s had multiple surgeries.   But don’t tell Bill Geiger, 41, that he has no

Godby Dismantles Leon With Strong  Show on Offense, Tough Defense Sports

Godby Dismantles Leon With Strong Show on Offense, Tough Defense

September 30, 2015

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer After losing by two touchdowns a week earlier at Niceville, Godby High School came into Gene Cox Stadium with a bit of a chip on its shoulder.   The Cougars’ opponent, Leon High School, came in search of a

Fans Eager to See Rattlers’ First Home Game at Bragg Stadium Sports

Fans Eager to See Rattlers’ First Home Game at Bragg Stadium

September 30, 2015

          By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Finally the road woes will end Saturday for the FAMU football team, which dropped its first three games and have given up more than 100 points in the process.   But not even a losing record and the