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Flag football goes varsity

Colleges could see flag football in the future

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

May 21, 2020

Flag football has been a high school sport for girls to enjoy for over a decade, and now they can enjoy it at the next level as well. On May 4, the NAIA, or the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, announced that flag football would be considered a varsity sport. According to ESPN, NAIA...

It’s bowl season

CFB playoff 2020

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

December 12, 2019

The 2019-2020 NCAA college football regular season has come to a close, so now it is bowl season. Over a two week span, there will be various key match-ups between some of the powerhouse teams around the country. Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(fun...

Strong’s time with USF ends weak

Strong coaching the Bulls, credit Bay News 9.

Anna Woodward, Online Managing Editor

December 9, 2019

On Sunday, the University of South Florida announced that they had fired Head Football Coach Charlie Strong after three seasons. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Strong had lost "14 0f its (USF'S) past 18 games" and wasn't seeming to lead the team to a victory anytime soon. WUSF News states that...

Time’s Up Taggart

Jaylen Stasio, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

This past Sunday, FSU's head coach of two years was fired. Willie Taggart's six year, 30 million dollar contract was bought out by Florida State's boosters in private because of how poorly the team has performed since he started coaching at Florida State. The boosters raised a whopping $20 million...

College athletes should be paid

Jack Kirk, Sports Editor

November 5, 2019

Editor's note: This column earned first place in the sports column category at the District 4 FSPA Workshop on Nov. 1, 2019 College athletes have a very strange financial dilemma. Most get a full ride through college, but not a single athlete is allowed to profit on their likeness, despite the rev...

NCAA Final Four face off for basketball title

NCAA Final Four face off for basketball title

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019

Sixty-Eight teams started in March madness, but only four have survived to the semi-finals. The final four, Virginia, Auburn, Michigan State and Texas Tech, only have one previous title between them- with Michigan State taking it in 2000.  Virginia is the clear favorite to win out, but as the tournament...

Florida colleges fighting for March Madness spots

Florida colleges fighting for March Madness spots

Jack Kirk, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

The March Madness college basketball tournament starts on March 19 and will last until April 8. 68 teams will participate in the bracket to determine the NCAA college basketball national champions. There are eight college teams from Florida trying secure one of these 68 spots in the final bracket. Only...

Three favorites and a miracle advance to the Final Four

Three favorites and a miracle advance to the Final Four

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

March 31, 2018

This year's NCAA tournament has been unpredictable. But now, only four teams remain, each looking to cap off their impressive seasons with a national championship. Loyola-Chicago  Since the first NCAA basketball tournament in 1939, only three 11 seeds have ever advanced to the final four: LSU ...

A look into March Madness

A look into March Madness

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

March 15, 2018

After an unpredictable season of upsets and underdogs, this year’s annual NCAA basketball tournament is anyone’s to win. However, out of all of the 64 teams competing in this year’s national championship, there are a few favorites who have as good a chance as anyone to contend for a spot in the...

Soccer: Lady Knights fall to Plant 4-1 on senior night

Midfielder Jalyssa Richardson ('19) battles in her game against Plant on Jan. 16.

Paul Jennewein, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018

Coming off of a loss to Steinbrenner, the Robinson Lady Knights (5-10-1) faced the Plant Panthers (9-2-1) at home on Tuesday, Jan. 16, but lost 4-1. Though it was a frustrating game for the Knights, the score is deceiving. “We played impassioned, we played for our seniors, and players are starting...

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