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FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsThe sked worked out well for the Owls. They needed a softie after that 11-day break, and got one in the Lions of Florida Memorial. - - FAU is now 2-0 in the Sun Belt and 2-0 in the......
For What it’s Worth---February 28 -- They filed out in silence, not sure of what they’d just seen, but positive that they didn’t want to see it anymore. What a difference three days makes--- Wichita State went from 94 points scored...
The rejections stung, sure. They always do. But Ronald Curry had overcome far more, and a few job interviews that didn't pan out weren't about to discourage him. "Everything happens for a reason," he said Friday afternoon. "That's how I've always...
NEW ORLEANS — What happened Sunday on the world's stage has been going on between John and Jim Harbaugh for many moons. Jim, 50, is a little more than a year younger than John. So much of his childhood was devoted to trying to measure up to his...
If you watch Phil Simms on Showtime's "Inside the NFL" you get an aggressive, get-after-it kind of guy who is not afraid to express opinions and challenge co-host Cris Collinsworth, among others. Simms has been outspoken about the excessive...
Super Bowl XLVII had a little something for everyone, including a blackout segment and a sequel to The Crying Game. It seems that the meany wuf didn't call a holding penalty against Baltimore, which allowed the Ravens to sneak out of New Orleans with...
NEW ORLEANS -- Seeing as the NFL is a copycat league, teams naturally want to emulate the blueprint of the franchise that wins it all. So mark this down: Losing at the end of the regular season can be a good thing. That's what the champion Baltimore...
Oscars, smoshkers. With his scenery-chewing performance on the sidelines last weekend, Jim Harbaugh has elevated himself to the top of this year’s list of the world’s greatest dramatic actors. “Maybe he’s just being himself?&...
NEW ORLEANS — It began with the light of the chorus from Sandy Hook Elementary school, saved children singing "America the Beautiful" in tiny voices that moved the soul. It was then pitched into 34 minutes of a murky darkness, the power out, the...
SAN FRANCISCO — In 2009, the Cubs selected a strong, 6-foot-4-inch power pitcher named Colin Kaepernick in the 43rd round of the amateur baseball draft. So in some ways Kaepernick's right arm always seemed destined to disappoint Chicago one day....
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INDIANAPOLIS — The thought of playing against a big puppy of a rookie quarterback in his first game usually has veterans like Julius Peppers and Lance Briggs licking their chops. However, Bears defenders might want to keep their tongues in their...
NEW ORLEANS -- The older brother will beat the younger brother again. Super Bowl XLVII will be nothing more than a repeat, at least victory wise, of the 2011 Thanksgiving Day game between the two teams when John Harbaugh's Ravens beat Jim Harbaugh's San...
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