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Camille Woodhouse

Camille Woodhouse is a Sports and Media student at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. In the past, she has covered the Atlanta Falcons and Florida Gators football for various sports news outlets. She is an Atlanta native and a fan of football.

Brewers Blow Past Rockies in Three-Game Sweep

The Milwaukee Brewers are heading to the National League Championship Series for only the third time in franchise history after a three-game sweep of the Colorado Rockies. Milwaukee was dominant in the series, outscoring Colorado 13-2. All went right for one team and wrong for the other. A Rocky Series for …

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NFL Roundup: A Deficient Defense, 3 OTs and a Questionable Call

The start to Week 4 in the NFL can be summed up in three sentences: A team’s impressive offensive showing was spoiled by its inept defense, again. Three games continued past regulation. Officials made a call that may have cost one team its second win. Another Heartbreaker in Atlanta The …

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Miami Dolphins Advance to 3-0 with Thrilling Win Over Oakland

The energy. The camaraderie. The will to win. The Miami Dolphins are just plain fun to watch. Fans looked on in anticipation and awe as the Dolphins transformed a 10-point deficit into a 28-20 victory against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Adam Gase Digs Deep in Bag of Tricks No one knows …

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Around the NFL: A Surprise Retirement, an Emerging Star, Floundering Kickers and Another Tie

Week 2 in the NFL brought drama in Buffalo, a star in Kansas City, league-wide kicker struggles and another tie. More Woes for the Buffalo Bills The Buffalo Bills were down a player when they exited the locker room to start the second half of Sunday’s 31-20 loss to the Los Angeles …

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NFL Roundup: A Subpar Start, an Impressive Showing and an Unsatisfying Ending

After a long, agonizing wait, the first official week of the NFL football season is finally underway. From blowouts to blown leads to a tie (yes, a tie!), Sunday brought the usual feelings of nervousness, excitement and even dread for football fans. Nathan Peterman Struggles In the middle of last …

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Tampa Bay Rays Blow Four-Run Lead in Houston

The Tampa Bay Rays added another game to the loss column last night, falling 5-4 to the Houston Astros. It looked like a win was within reach. Then, the Astros got into a groove that the Rays couldn’t figure out how to stop. Tampa Struggles The Rays came out hot. …

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New York Jets’ Sam Darnold: “I’m really excited about where I’m going right now”

In years past, the New York Jets have had their fair share of quarterback woes. The list is quite lengthy. From Ryan Fitzpatrick to the most-memorable Mark Sanchez, it hasn’t been the most ideal situation at the position. In 2016, the Jets finished fourth in the AFC East with a …

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Stanley Cup Finals: Washington Dominates Vegas in Game 4

“Let’s go Caps! Let’s go Caps!” resonated from a sea of red and white. A fanbase all too familiar with heartbreak and disappointment now has something to be excited about: their team is one win away from making history. The Washington Capitals routed the Vegas Golden Knights 6-2 on Monday …

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Stanley Cup Finals: Knights Rally to Beat Capitals 6-4

In Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, the speedy Vegas Golden Knights squeaked out a 6-4 win over the Washington Capitals Monday night. It was a high-scoring game with a wild series of events. The Capitals and the Knights took turns leading the game. The lead changed hands a …

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