Danny Aller

Sports Editor

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Danny Aller is sports editor of The Albany Herald. Aller is in charge of sports operations for the newspaper.

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FSU’s Rashad Greene making Albany, Westover proud with trip to title game

Greene is Florida State’s leading receiver

Monday night in Pasadena, Calif. — on college football’s grandest stage, and as the leading receiver of the best team in the land — is a moment Florida State receiver and former Westover star Rashad Greene has been destined for.

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Heisman goes to Florida State's Winston

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston becomes the second consecutive freshman and the youngest player to win the Heisman Trophy in a landslide victory.

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From start to finish

Top-ranked FSU played in first BCS title game in 1998, then will play in the last one on Jan. 6

Seminoles will play in fourth BCS title game, second for Tigers.

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PREVIEW: Seminoles not overlooking Blue Devils in ACC title game

Top-ranked Florida State is a 29-point favorite tonight when they take on Duke for the ACC championship.

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PREVIEW: Auburn trying to make Iron Bowl history

The winner of the Iron Bowl, which will take place today between Auburn and Alabama, has won the BCS national championship the past four seasons.

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PREVIEW: Florida State looks to keep rival Florida in freefall

The Seminoles appear to have a ticket to the BCS National Championship in hand if they can just win their final two games, including today’s matchup agaisnt rival Florida.

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Winston news overshadows Florida State's win

With serious off-field issues clouding his future, Florida State freshman quarterback Jameis Winston blocked the distractions out Saturday and helped send the senior class off with a bang against overmatched Idaho.

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PREVIEW: FSU not focusing on QB Winston’s legal issues

Heisman candidate Jameis Winston could face sexual assault charges

Heisman Trophy frontrunner Jameis Winston could be charged with sexual assault charges any day now as the No. 2 Seminoles try to focus on closing out the season undefeated and punching a ticket to the national championship game.

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No. 1 Seminole survives scare from Wilkinson Co.

Indians hold off Wilkinson County, 21-14

The Herald No. 2 Seminole County Indians, unbeaten in the regular season for the first time in 40 years, picked up their state championship march after two weeks off and survived a scare from Wilkinson County, 21-14, in the first round Friday. (Updated with quotes, details at 2:42 a.m.)

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PREVIEW: FSU hoping to avoid slip up against Syracuse

Needing four straight wins to reach the BCS title game, Florida State hopes to remain on course to play for the national championship when Syracuse comes to town today.

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