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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.

Mr. Two Bits: A Florida Tradition Turned Family Tradition

Nearly 60 years of dedication… It’s November 22, 2008. George Edmondson slips into his seersucker pants, buttons up his pale yellow oxford and knots up his orange and blue striped necktie for the very last time. He makes the trek north from Tampa to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, where the …

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Mullen Excited for Saturday in the Swamp

“Home opener.” Florida head football coach Dan Mullen kicked off his comments on the game this week with those two words. “It’s exciting for us to get back in The Swamp and get in front of our fans,” Mullen said ahead of Saturday’s home opener against the UT-Martin Skyhawks. Despite …

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Thursday Knight Lights: UCF Set To Get Their Season Underway

The last five years of UCF football has been a whirlwind; especially for three redshirt seniors who sit on the Knights’ roster this season. Offensive lineman Jake Brown, defensive back Nevelle Clark and defensive lineman Brendon Hayes have been on a five-year roller coaster ride with the Knights football program. …

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Gainesville Hurricanes challenged by new district and inexperience

Last year, Patrick Miller’s Gainesville Hurricanes put up a 7-3 regular-season record before being eliminated in the opening round of the playoffs. This year, many districts have been redrawn giving the Hurricanes new opponents and new challenges. One of those challenges coming from inexperience with the schedule. Daunting District Last …

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NFL Preseason: Atlanta Falcons gain some, lose some

For Dan Quinn’s Atlanta Falcons, the 2018 season was underwhelming. Despite a second-place finish in the NFC South, the Dirty Birds boasted a record of 7-9 and didn’t qualify for the playoffs. Heading into the season, the Falcons were called Super Bowl contenders. However, when they stumbled to a 1-4 …

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Mizzou’s Barry Odom Talks Kelly Bryant, Looming Postseason Ban

With the 2019 season just over a month out, it’s now the peak of talking season. Over in Hoover, Alabama, SEC Media Days are in full swing. On Monday afternoon, Missouri head coach Barry Odom gave insight to what his offseason looked like. Always a Tiger — Discussing Kelly Bryant’s …

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