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Dolphins get win, but not any answers

Dolphins get win, but not any answers

BY DAVE HYDE SUN SENTINEL/ MCT CLEVELAND – They got the win. They didn’t get answers. And the biggest one was the first out of the locker room Sunday, leaving celebrating teammates behind to walk down a stadium concourse with his face set in stone. “Ask coach,” Mike Wallace said, the words coming with steam […]

Revis not much of a factor vs. Jets

Revis not much of a factor vs. Jets

BY BARBARA BARKER NEWSDAY / MCT EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – It didn’t happen the way anyone would have scripted it. In fact, with all the noise that was being made over Geno Smith’s coronation, it was hard to notice that it happened at all. But it did happen. Darrelle Revis played his first football game […]

Olympic dreams:  Embry Riddle seniors have set sights on competing in Russia

Olympic dreams: Embry Riddle seniors have set sights on competing in Russia

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Reta Woodard and Mike Edwards have a number of things in common. They are Embry Riddle Aeronautical University students who hope to graduate this year, they are ERAU athletes, and both have dreams of going to the 2016 Olympics in Russia. Woodard is majoring in air traffic management while Edwards […]

B-CU seniors Fields, Monroe selected as top Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference players

B-CU seniors Fields, Monroe selected as top Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference players

FROM WIRE REPORTS Bethune-Cookman seniors Jarkevis Fields and Alex Monroe picked up Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference weekly honors following the 23rd-ranked Wildcats’ 12-9 win over Tennessee State in the John Merritt Classic on Sept. 1, in Nashville, Tenn. Fields, a 6-0, 230-pound linebacker from Sanford, was selected as this week’s MEAC Defensive Player of the Week. […]

9/11 Drive to Donate’ scheduled Saturday at Speedway

9/11 Drive to Donate’ scheduled Saturday at Speedway

For the eighth consecutive year, Daytona International Speedway and OneBlood will partner together for the 9/11 “Drive to Donate” Blood Drive on Sept. 7 at Daytona International Speedway. The “Drive to Donate” Blood Drive will be held from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. inside the Daytona 500 Club, located in the infield and just outside […]

Wildcats kick off football season at No. 23 in FCS poll

Wildcats kick off football season at No. 23 in FCS poll

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats enter the 2013 season at No. 23 in The Sports Network FCS Preseason Top 25, it was announced earlier this month by The Sports Network office in Philadelphia. This is the first time the Wildcats have been a member of the network’s preseason poll under head coach Brian […]

Doc Rivers’ skills at strategy and motivation are needed

Doc Rivers’ skills at strategy and motivation are needed

BY HELENE ELLIOTT LOS ANGELES TIMES/MCT LOS ANGELES — Because Doc Rivers had played one season for the Clippers, he pretty much knew where he wanted to live when he moved to Los Angeles to become their coach and senior vice president of basketball operations. He didn’t know how odd the whole experience would feel […]

Carter’s foundation honors community leaders and scholarship winners

Carter’s foundation honors community leaders and scholarship winners

FROM STAFF REPORTS Dr. Edison O. Jackson, president of Bethune-Cookman University, and Charlie Lydecker, Brown & Brown’s retail division president, were recognized for outstanding community service Aug. 17 at the Vince Carter’s Embassy of Hope Foundation annual Charity Gala at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach. Also acknowledged during the program were Embassy of Hope […]

Three B-CU players on FCS All-America team

Three B-CU players on FCS All-America team

Defensive standouts Addison, Fields and Richardson selected SPECIAL TO THE TIMES Bethune-Cookman football players Nick Addison, Jarkevis Fields and LeBrandon Richardson have been named to the USA College Football Preseason All-America Team for the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). All three Wildcats were selected to the second team on defense. Addison, a 6-2, 180-pound junior from […]

Ready to shake those maroon and gold pom-poms

Ready to shake those maroon and gold pom-poms

B-CU names 30 cheerleaders and alternates for 2013-2014 SPECIAL TO THE TIMES After completing a grueling summer camp and a round of open tryouts under Bethune-Cookman’s new coaching staff, the 2013-14 B-CU cheerleading roster is in the books. Cheerleading coaches Becky Woodson and John Woodson, Jr. recently announced the 30-member roster and team alternates. “We […]