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Shula in the Shula Bowl

FAU wide receivers coach Don Shula will be the first member of the Shula family to coach in the Shula Bowl. ( photo)

When FAU travels south to FIU on Thursday Owls wide receivers coach Dan Shula, grandson of Don Shula, will be the first Shula to participate in the Shula Bowl. Read more

FOOTBALL: LeBlanc ready to breakout

Breaking good
FAU cornback Cre'von LeBlanc is hoping to build on what he considers a breakout game against UTSA. Read more


Early Talk
Shula Bowl Week is upon us. With FAU and FIU battling in a midweek game this week's Owl Talk, the original FAU football podcast, comes to you a couple days early. Read more



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FAU's Alfred Morris with the Redskins

2012 STATS


1,613 Rushing Yards (Washington record)
13 TDs

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Picture Perfect

Photojournalist Michelle Friswell captures a behind-the-scenes look a day in the life of the FAU baseball team.
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