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Ainslie Lee

Ainslie is a journalism major at the University of Florida where she specializes in Sports Media. Her main passion is college football as it was a huge part of her childhood. Ainslie serves as a current correspondent for the Ocala Star-Banner, a newspaper for the Ocala, Florida area. She currently covers Marion County high school sports.

Gators win kick-fest in Missouri 23-6

In football, there are offensive clinics, there are scrummy defensive battles and then there are… kick-fests. That was the Florida-Missouri game in a nutshell on Saturday afternoon. By the end, Florida had snapped their two-game skid to the Tigers 23-6 and handed Missouri their first loss at home in the …

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Rankings Released: LSU on top, Bama bounced

For the second week in a row, 13 committee members found themselves locked in a conference room at the Gaylord Texan Resort as they deliberated who would top the college football world. By the end of their deliberations, the pool of members composed of athletic directors, former players and coaches, …

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Gainesville-area volleyball teams are all the rage

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It’s time that Gatorade and Gainesville’s many notable natives step aside. Because right now — Gainesville’s claim to fame lies in the gymnasiums of local high schools — more specifically, at the volleyball net. For three Gainesville-area volleyball teams, their schedule has extended well into the post-season as their state …

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Kawhi’s Clippers best LeBron’s Lakers

The STAPLES Center is home to both, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers. And on Tuesday night, the two teams squared off in what felt like a “this town’s not big enough for the two of us” old western shootout. If a high noon showdown was really …

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Fourth Quarter Surges Gator Football Past Gamecocks

Another South Carolina game for the Gators, another lackluster first-half performance. Eerily similar to last year, the Gators played the Gamecocks coming off of a loss.  In 2018, Florida was coming off of a demoralizing 38-17 loss to Missouri at home when they played Will Muschamp’s Gamecocks — and trailed 28-31 …

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Trask’s Story Grows On The Road

Trask, no. 11, will look to etch his name into the list of Gator Greats

“Welcome to Death Valley — where opponents’ dreams come to die.” That was LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron’s message to viewers when ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi interviewed him ahead of the Tigers’ top-10 matchup with the Florida Gators on Saturday. Classic Coach O. “Welcome to Death Valley where opponents dreams come …

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NBA Rockets into Challenge with China

Violence and chaos has burdened China all summer long. Tear gas and water cannons are being used to combat protestors rallying for more democracy in China. And now, China’s problems have become the NBA’s problems — minus the tear gas and water cannons. Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong …

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Gators Sink Auburn In The Swamp 24-13

It was a drunken first half. Spectators were tipsy on turnovers and dizzy on defensive battles. The ebbs and flows of Florida’s homecoming win against Auburn were hypnotizing. Exhausting. Electric. “Just a regular game in The Swamp,” Florida coach Dan Mullen chuckled following his Gators’ 24-13 win over the Auburn …

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ESPN GameDay Gurus Talk Florida-Auburn

If you haven’t heard yet, and I really hope you have, ESPN’s College GameDay is in Gainesville for Saturday’s big matchup between seventh-ranked Auburn and 10th ranked Florida.  It’s been seven years since the GameDay crew has been in Gainesville. However, college football’s flagship television program is excited to be back …

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