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FAU fired offensive coordinator Brian Wright (left) following the 2015 season, replacing him with Travis Trickett.

FAU's offense self-destructed in 2015, leading to only three wins and the dismissal of offensive coordinator Brian Wright. Those week-to-week issues are the No. 6 FAU sports story of the year. Read more

No. 7: FAU moving forward with Schmidt Complex

Complex steps
After more than a year without much action, FAU received a gift that enabled the Owls to take a big step toward building the Schmidt Athletic Complex. The project becoming that much closer to being a reality is our No. 7 story of the year. Read more

No. 8: Young defense surprises for FAU

Growing up fast
FAU football's defensive coaches didn't have any choice. They had to thrust players who had only been on campus a matter of weeks into the prime time. Those freshman not only survived, they excelled, becoming our No. 8 story of the year. Read more

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FAU's Alfred Morris with the Redskins

2012 STATS

ROOKIE SEASON

1,613 Rushing Yards (Washington record)
13 TDs

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