Zach Dean @zachdeanDBNJ ORLANDO — The Florida Classic is no stranger to thrilling finishes, and Saturday's 38th edition of the storied rivalry game between Bethune-Cookman and Florida A&M was no different.Larry Brihm scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:15 left, and Diquan Richardson came down with the game-sealing interception on the ensuing FAMU drive as the Wildcats erased a 14-point, fourth-quarter deficit to stun the Rattlers, 29-24, in front of a raucous crowd of 47,819 at Orlando's...
Zach Dean @zachdeanDBNJ The college football regular season finale can only mean one thing in Central Florida: it's Florida Classic week.Bethune-Cookman (6-4) and Florida A&M (3-7) will meet for the 38th time since the game's inception in 1978 Saturday in Orlando, with those all-important bragging rights once again at stake.Before getting down to X's and O's, though, FAMU beat writer Jordan Culver, of the Tallahassee Democrat, joined us to help peel back the curtain on the Snakes. Find out...
Zach Dean @zachdeanDBNJ
DAYTONA BEACH — While the Mainland Bucs threw water on one nasty drought last week — finally defeating a Miami team (Norland) after five failed attempts — another dry spell, unfortunately, will live on for at least one more season. Miami-Carol City 17, Mainland 10. Fourteen years, and counting, since the Bucs last brought a state title back to Volusia County.
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