Friday, April 16, 2021
AFP’s Florida Chapter announced on Monday that it had sent letters to the members of the state Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee to support a proposal from state Sen. Tom Lee, R-Brandon, to squash the fund. 
When we last visited the U’s program back in November, the Hurricanes were fresh off a loss to crosstown little brother Florida Atlantic and most thought it could not get worse. Then the Hurricanes went to the Independence Bowl and were held scoreless by Louisiana Tech. Yes, Louisiana Tech!
As the nation groans over another year where Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State are clearly the best teams in the nation, the clamor is growing louder for changes to the playoffs, including expanding to bring in more teams. 
There is a new number one in college football according to media writers and whichever staffers fill the polls for the coaches.
Just one week after Jeff Sims got his feet wet by leading the Yellow Jackets to an inspiring 16-13 win over Florida State in Tallahassee, the UCF defense made him look like the freshman he is, forcing five turnovers in a 49-21 win in front of a national television audience.
In his letter, Scott stresses that under no circumstance should the global community give Communist China an international platform to whitewash its crimes, which is what will happen if they are allowed to host the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing.
There is an old saying that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Is there a similar expression about the little dog that won’t stop yapping? The University of Central Florida (UCF) will host ESPN’s premier college football show this week and either expression could apply. 
He once was the pied piper that brought the NBA to Orlando--and now Pat Williams is going to try again, this time with Major League Baseball (MLB).
FTW unveiled “College Football in the COVID-19 Era: the Economic Impact of a Restricted Season” on Thursday. The new study shows college football continues to be a major source of revenue for several universities across Florida--and the current restrictions will impact it.
Noting MLB has no problem conducting business as usual with nations that prohibit democratic elections, like China and Cuba, as well as its partnership with Tencent, a company that facilitates the persecution of dissidents in China, Rubio accused Manfred of engaging in nothing more than woke corporate virtue signaling.