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Sun Conference nominates FMU’s Kenneth Marshall for NAIA Coach of Character Award

Florida Memorial University (FMU) Women’s Basketball Head Coach Kenneth Marshall has been selected by his peers as The Sun Conference nominee for the 2012-2013 National Association of Inter-collegiate Athletics (NAIA) Coach of Character Award ...

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Broward County Commissioner inducted into Cricket Hall of Fame

Broward County Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness has been inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame ...

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Doug E. Fresh and Biz Markie round out new halftime experience for FAMU football season

Doug E. Fresh and Biz Markie, both of whom will keep the crowd energized with DJ battles throughout the entire game ...

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Broward football teams adjusting to new schedule in Sandy’s wake

Uncertain schedules, short weeks have football coaches improving during big By Christy Cabrera Chirinos, Sun Sentinelgest two weeks of season October 26, 2012   Hurricane Sandy didn't make landfall in South Florida, but her outer bands took a toll on some of the biggest high school football games of the year. Wednesday afternoon, Broward County school officials made the decision to cancel all outdoor a ...

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Miami Hurricanes vs Florida State Seminoles

The FSU Seminoles defeated the University of Miami Hurricanes 33- 20. ...

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Bethune-Cookman vs Norfolf State

Bethune-Cookman’s Eddie Poole (l) grabs a pass as Norfolk State defenders Natturner Harris and DeVonte Reynolds ...

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Prominent Broward leaders to honor history-making Florida attorney at charity golf open

South Florida have pledged their support to the inaugural Gerald A. Williams Legacy Foundation Charity Open. ...

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The FAMU Rattlers dominated the Savannah State Tigers

The FAMU Rattlers (3-4, 3-1 MEAC) dominated the Savannah State Tigers (0-6, 0-4 MEAC ...

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Surprising survey reveals most dads with football-related concussions; want young sons playing tackle football

dangers for young athletes, a new national survey reveals 90 percent of men who played tackle football at the high school level or higher who suffered or suspected they suffered a concussion want their sons to play tackle football ...

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