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Commissioner Goodell’s Thoughts on the Season Thus Far

National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell gave his explanation and opinions on several topics from the season thus far. Tanking? Never Heard of Her. Tanking has been a hot topic in the NFL this season. Teams such as the Miami Dolphins, who traded away a great number of players earlier …

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NFL Week Six Kicks Off With Pats and Giants

NFL action in Week Six kicks off with a former Super Bowl classic matchup of yesteryear. The undefeated reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (5-0) will look to continue their winning ways against an injury-plagued new-look New York Giants (2-3) team in Foxborough. The Patriots are currently at the …

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The Bucs Battle the Saints on Sunday

The New Orleans Saints (3-1) will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2) Sunday at home. This will be the first game between the two this season. The Bucs look to gain ground on the NFC South Division leading Saints. Brees-less Saints still Marching In. It may not be as …

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Kerry Blackshear: Florida’s New Big Man on Campus

Kerry Blackshear looks to fill a hole that the Florida men’s basketball team has been missing since it’s last deep NCAA Tourney run; that of a dominant big-man. The 6 feet, 10 inches tall power forward (emphasis on power) graduate transfer had every college salivating for his services. From Tennessee …

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San Francisco Manager Bochy Reaches 2,000 Wins

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy is celebrating becoming the 11th manager in the history of Major League Baseball to reach 2,000 wins. Bochy’s Giants took down the Boston Red Sox by a score of 11-3 on Wednesday night to reach the milestone. Bochy will be retiring at the end …

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Big Tests for Both the Knights and Noles

Week three of the college football season comes with big tests for both the UCF Knights and the Florida State Seminoles. Two Years Ago Both Florida State University and the University of Central Florida have faced different trajectories in the past two years. On December 1, 2017, The UCF Knights …

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Mississippi State’s Home Opener Versus In-State Rival Southern Miss

The Mississippi State Bulldogs will be facing an in-state opponent this week. The Bulldogs host the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at home in Starkville on Saturday. Both teams are coming off of wins to start their seasons. The Bulldogs beat an underdog Louisiana-Lafayette team by only a ten-point margin, 38-28, …

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Tigers Tear Up Tornadoes in Starke, Bradford Boy’s Basketball Eliminated from Playoffs

The Bradford Tornadoes boy’s basketball season has ended with a 20 point defeat to the Andrew Jackson Tigers of Jacksonville, 62-42. The 20 point loss is the worst home loss of the season and the second-worst loss of the season for Bradford (@Hawthorne 65-32). Both teams came in with two completely different …

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Bradford Tornadoes Boy’s Basketball Claims District Tourney Title for 4th Consecutive Year

The Bradford Tornadoes boy’s basketball team are now district champions for the fourth consecutive year Friday night at Newberry High School with a tight 73-70 victory against a feisty bunch of Fort White Indians. The game started off slow but picked up as each team ran from baseline to baseline …

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Bradford Boy’s Basketball Beats Newberry, Advances to District Finals

The Bradford Tornadoes boy’s basketball team continued its winning ways in its District Tournament.  In a game that looked a lot different from the 36-point blowout of less than a month ago, Bradford beat Newberry 59-43. Here some of the main reasons the Tornadoes were victorious. Keys to the Tornadoes’ Victory …

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