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Despite the many steps UNF is taking to become more green, the university has recently asked an environmental consulting company to compile a report for the St. Johns River Water Management District after the university reported itself to the district because a small portion of protected lands may have been […]
Can students use the north intramural field without reservation? What about using the Green and the Amphitheater for recreational sports? How do students distinguish between recreation fields and fields used strictly for the university athletic teams? Field use seems to be an area that was washed in grey and the […]
UNF Athletics hosts its first annual Varsity Club weekend for its returning alumni athletes Oct. 16 to Oct. 18 and again this spring. This will be the first time UNF has made the Varsity Club games cumulative, according to Matt Kilcullen, the assistant athletic director for development in the Osprey […]
The H1N1 virus has dealt major blows to athletic programs, including Ole Miss and Florida, but UNF’s teams are ready and prepared to deal with the pandemic. UNF has yet to feel any major impact from swine flu and there have been zero cases reported within the athletics department, UNF […]
NCAA athletics is a multi-million dollar industry, and the majority of the “student athletes” who participate in these sports are not students at all, just athletes.
Many major college football and basketball programs are using the four-year learning period as a minor league of sorts, and that’s exactly how the players, coaches and trainers look at it.
The athletes play four years, win some games, turn some heads and then get called up via the draft, signing a multi-million dollar contract for their potential.