Published: Saturday, February 1, 2003 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, February 1, 2003 at 1:01 a.m.
Tight end chooses Terps; Cohen waiting to decide
Washington Dunbar tight end/linebacker Vernon Davis announced at his high school Friday afternoon that he'll sign with Maryland on Wednesday. He picked the Terrapins over the Gators.
Davis had been leaning to Maryland since early in the recruiting process, but gave UF strong consideration over the past week after visiting Gainesville last weekend.
In other news, Melbourne Palm Bay running back/defensive end Joe Cohen put off making a decision Friday and will announce on signing day Wednesday. He's torn between Florida and Florida State, but appears to be leaning to the Seminoles.
- Robbie Andreu
Saints host Seminole tonight in doubleheader
The men will play after the women's game around 8 p.m.
The women's team enters the game 8-12 overall and 1-3 in the Mid-Florida Conference.
The SFCC men (20-4, 3-1, ranked No. 18) are coming off its first conference loss of the season to St. Johns River CC.
Koch, Corporan lead LCCC in season-opener
Nick Slack picked up the save, while Carlos Corporan led the way offensively, going 3-4 with a triple, home run and three RBIs. Darrell Qualls added two hits and two stolen bases.
Lake City hosts Abraham-Baldwin today at 1.
Rose going into Hall, but not Cooperstown
Rose - ineligible for the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., because of his lifetime ban from the sport - was selected to be inducted to the Williams Hall along with Wade Boggs, Dom DiMaggio, Tony Gwynn and Williams - who didn't want to be honored while he was alive.
Arrest warrant issued for former MVP Caminiti
A urine sample he gave Monday showed he had used the drug, according to the warrant.
The 39-year-old Caminiti pleaded guilty to cocaine possession in March 2002. He entered a three-year community supervision agreement, meaning the conviction would not be on his record if he met the terms of the deal.
New Tide coach moves into old one's house
The new Alabama football coach is buying Franchione's home beside a golf course in the pricey North River subdivision.
"I'm not afraid of bad karma, unless you mean 10 wins over two seasons and finishing 11th in the nation," Price told The Tuscaloosa News in a story Friday. "That kind of bad karma?
"It's like any coach's house, but if it does have karma, maybe we'll win some games."
Franchione resided in the five-bedroom house with a listing price of $880,000 during his two-year stay in Tuscaloosa. He led Alabama to a 10-3 record last season but angered Tide fans when he took the Texas A&M coaching job days after the season finale at Hawaii.
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