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Insiders Preview the upcoming Florida State Seminoles Season. Can the Noles Repeat?
The Insiders preview the upcoming Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Florida State Seminoles, and UCF Women Soccer Seasons ahead.
UCF has established itself as an solid all-around athletic program over the past decade, and with 2014 around the corner, it’s not just football who deserves attention. Over the next three weeks, we will preview the big fall sports
With all of the questions surrounding the UCF offense in the wake of losing its quarterback and top rusher from last season, perhaps the biggest question stems from three more losses: The three seniors on the offensive line. So our next
Eric Lopez and UCF Insider Jeff Sharon preview the upcoming 2014 Florida Gators season with SportstalkFlorida.com’s Gators Insider Bonnie Mott. Why You Should Listen : The Insiders Show previews the upcoming Florida Gators season with SportsTalkFlorida.com Gator Insider Bonnie Mott. Mott
On this edition of the Insiders, Eric Lopez and UCF Insider Jeff Sharon dissect the reports that UCF HC George O’Leary is considering stepping down, talk soccer with UCF Men’s Soccer HC Bryan Cunningham and preview the upcoming 2014
UCF Head Football Coach George O’Leary is denying a report by Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports that he is considering stepping down from his post this year, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The FOX report, posted Saturday night, claims that O’Leary, 67,
When the news broke yesterday about the so-called “Power Five” conferences receiving limited autonomy to make their own rules, the overreaction from fans was predictable: As a UCF alum, today's NCAA decision to give power 5 the power they did
Well, we know he can do this: While Storm Johnson ran his way to an early exit for the NFL, the 6-1, 225-pound Stanback was a revelation in his true freshman season. The Long Island native turned heads nationally with
While UCF’s offense made big headlines leading to their Fiesta Bowl victory over Baylor, the unsung heroes of the Knights’ 12-1 campaign were on the other side of the ball. While the numbers were good but not spectacular, UCF’s