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Khan said that his Jaguars will be, “a bold, ambitious franchise that is aggressive and forward thinking on the field and away from the field.”
That is why he jumped at the chance to play one home game at London’s Wembley Stadium, as a part of the NFL International Series over the next four seasons, beginning in 2013.
Photo gallery from the Section 228, the UNF student section at the Jaguars vs. Saints game Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2.
Don’t let this Labor Day weekend slide by sleepily. Check out these sandy, game-filled, music-oozing events around town and beyond.
As a left-handed pitcher for the UNF baseball team, junior Robbie Collier practices hard on the pitcher’s mound, but he’s made the Spinnaker’s player of the week because of his performance at the plate.
The Spinnaker compiled a list of cities that could possibly house an NFL expansion team and some ideas for the new teams’ mascots.
James Cannon II Assistant News Editor Heather Furey Assistant Sports Editor Rebecca McKinnon Staff Writer Victor the Valiant Viking Pillager Extraordinaire Question 1: After losing its first game of the season against Campbell University 61-38, the UNF women’s basketball team defeated Campbell 61-51 Feb. 14. Where did the dramatic change come from? Who cares? We [...]
Jan. 21 was a sad day for sports radio. Longtime Jacksonville sports radio talk show host David Lamm was fired after more than 20 years of service with Clear Channel’s WXFJ (930). Lamm’s opinionated comments were often questionable, but his knowledge of local sports was insurmountable. And that is what good sports radio is all [...]
In a season full of uncertainty in the NFL only two things can be sure: the New York Giants and the Tennessee Titans. While every other team in the NFL has been extremely inconsistent, these two teams are coasting towards the playoffs.
One team that has a significant chance at taking away the Titans perfect record is the Jacksonville Jaguars.
This NFL season has become almost as confusing as the BCS championship system. Over the last several years NFL fans have become accustomed to having a few teams atop the standings that were clearly set apart from the pack. Instead, eight weeks into the season there is only one team that remains undefeated and only one with one loss. However, this is not the downfall of every single team in the NFL, but rather a leveling of the playing field.