TE Harrison Bryant was productive with the Owls, now he's looking to bring that consistency with the Cleveland Browns. Photo by Alex Liscio.

Highlighting the 15 FAU football players currently in the NFL

September 13, 2020

FAU football alums Devin Singletary, Harrison Bryant and 13 others appear on the opening week rosters in the NFL.

Former FAU defensive end Trey Hendrickson (9) sacks Rice quarterback Driphus Jackson (6) in a game on October 11, 2015. Photo Courtesy of Brandon Harrington

Football: Spotlighting current NFL and former FAU football players

May 24, 2018

Former Owls are hoping to secure NFL roster spots starting this week.

Defensive back Cre'von LeBlanc was one of five FAU players signed to an NFL contract over the weekend. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Football: Five FAU players sign NFL contracts

May 2, 2016

As the last pick in the 2016 NFL Draft was announced on Saturday night, none of the Florida Atlantic players heard their names called, but soon after five players received the phone call they were waiting for.

Clemson transfer Adonis Filer is the starting shooting guard for a 4-15 team. Photo by Mohammed F. Emran | Staff Photographer

What you Missed Over Winter Break in FAU Sports

February 2, 2016

Florida Atlantic University took off for a month over winter break, but sports seasons never really end. Here is what you missed over the break and what to expect this upcoming semester from the Owls.

Redshirt junior Adonis Filer dribbles towards the basket during the Owls' 72-59 win against Ave Maria on  Dec. 10th.Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

11th Hour: Week of 12/14

December 14, 2015

Scores from this week: Men’s Basketball (2-6): Thursday, Dec. 10 vs. Ave Maria, (W, 72-59) Game recap here, Gallery here ...

Junior defensive end Trey Hendrickson (9) sacks Rice quarterback Driphus Jackson (6) during FAU's 27-26 loss on Oct. 10. Hendrickson ended the year as FAU's all time sack leader with 20. Brandon Harrington | Photo Editor

Opinion: Light at the end of the tunnel

December 5, 2015

It’s hard to pick a single word to describe football’s season. Disappointing? To most, yes. Promising? At times. Stagnant? Mostly in the second half of games, but not in full. Second year head coach Charlie Partridge surely wouldn’t be able to tell you the full story as to what happened, but he does have one message you might want to follow. “We’re building a program here.” In five simple words after his team’s 20-14 overtime loss to the then No. 8 ranked Florida Gators on Nov. 21, Partridge laid out his long-term vision for the future of the Owls.

FAU running back Marcus Clark (20) steps out of bounds before being tackled by Rice defensive end Brady White (40). Clark had three carries for a total of 48 yards on the day. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Football Preview: Owls look for first-ever win versus Marshall

October 14, 2015

Football will host Marshall this Saturday, with Thundering Herd come to Boca Raton riding a four- game win streak while in se...

Sophomore Kamrin Solomon is tackled in the endzone after a 94-yard touchdown run  during the second quarter of Saturday's 27-26 loss versus Rice. Solomon's touchdown was the longest in program history. Photo by Brandon Harrington.

Football: Battle of the Owls: FAU loses 27-26 to Rice

October 10, 2015

After a hour and a half weather delay along with two uncontested scores against them to end the game, Florida Atlantic football ...

Max Jackson | Photo Editor

Big Men, Big Food

December 2, 2014

Proper nutrition may be more important in the game of football than any other contact sport. According to a 2011 Wall Street Journal interview w...