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Amara Wiggan

3rd-year Telecommunications student at the University of Florida. Also a member of the Women's Track and Field team.

Rays Rally Against the Royals

The Tampa Bay Rays picked up a nice win against the Kansas City Royals. They needed this win to break their four-game losing streak. Rays Up I think I got my swagger back. #RaysUp pic.twitter.com/mM8OYVHvTE — Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) April 23, 2019 Tampa Bay successfully defeated Kansas City 6-3 …

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Luke Walton Selected As New Kings Head Coach

Former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton is headed to Sacramento. The Kings have signed him on to be their new head coach. Walton’s Journey Around California Luke Walton’s experience in basketball is very extensive. As a former player for the Lakers (2003-2012), Walton knows all about the culture …

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Miami Marlins Need Momentum

The Marlins have not had the best start to their season. With many games left, maybe they can manage to turn things around. Potential to Succeed 3-7 so far, the Marlins are not off to a good start. The regular season has been disappointing; they tied their series with the …

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Magic Fall to Raptors

Orlando is still fighting hard for a chance in the playoffs. Unfortunately, losing to Toronto puts them in a more dire position. The current NBA Playoffs picture through Monday's games! The 2019 #NBAPlayoffs begin April 13th! pic.twitter.com/DJpHCCYaYr — NBA (@NBA) April 2, 2019 Magic Defense Drops The Ball Both the …

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Magic Fight For Win Against 76ers

With a playoff spot on the line, every single game counts for the Magic. Plus, their win against the 76ers should put them a little closer to that point. Magic Bounce Back https://twitter.com/OrlandoMagic/status/1110349439246524416 Down 60-57 at half time, the Magic knew they had to come back hard to pull out …

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Women’s March Madness Overview

The time has come for the best women’s basketball teams in the country to face off for the NCAA title. The bracket is live and teams are gearing up to play the first round. ESPN Drops the Ball ESPN Statement Regarding the NCAA Women’s Tournament Bracket https://t.co/NpWbMoDCV2 pic.twitter.com/zffGXI6BTx — ESPN …

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Gator Football Positional Preview: Defensive Backs

As a self-proclaimed DBU (defensive back university) Florida football heavily relies on their defensive backs to dictate the course of a game. While they are losing some great men, Gator football is still committed to having a strong secondary squad. Roster Breakdown Returning: Brad Stewart Jr. (Jr.) Marco Wilson (R-So.) …

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SEC Hoops: Arkansas vs. #4 Kentucky Preview

The Razorbacks are in a bit of a slump right now. Meanwhile, Kentucky is on a roll, ranked 4th nationally. Arkansas will have to fight hard tonight to escape another loss. The Big Blue is on Fire Just one focus today: beat Arkansas. Nothing else matters. Preview ➡️ https://t.co/hBO2OFfN56#UKvsUA #DreamBIG …

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Tim Tebow Begins NY Mets Spring Training

Gator great and former Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow is back for another season of minor league baseball. Slowly but surely, Tebow is moving up the ranks. Tebow Invited to Mets Spring Training We’ve invited 13 additional players to Major League #SpringTraining. #Mets pic.twitter.com/p2jAYXTY7N — New York Mets (@Mets) January …

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30 for 30: James Harden Scores Big

Few have done what James Harden has. After scoring 31 points against the Dallas Mavericks on Feb. 11, Harden has scored at least 30 points per game for the past 30 games of the season. Third Longest Streak in History 30 STRAIGHT FOR @JHarden13! pic.twitter.com/fQLWqYMHdI — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) February …

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