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Golden State picks up big win over Denver

The Golden State Warriors picked up a big win Wednesday night and moved one step closer to clinching the top-seed in the west. The Warriors knocked off the Denver Nuggets 116-102, moving them two games ahead of Denver in the conference standings. Wednesdays night’s result made things a little bit …

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Spurrier Disappointed that the AAF Folds

The Alliance of American Football suspended all operations on April 2, just eight weeks into the inaugural season. And with two weeks left in the opening season, it’s quite possible operations could be suspended indefinitely. While the shut down affects players across all eight teams in the AAF, it affects …

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Jacob deGrom signs extension with Mets

Just before opening day, the New York Mets have signed ace pitcher Jacob deGrom to a five-year, $137.5 million contract extension. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the deal gives deGrom $27.5 million per year. The 30-year-old reigning Cy Young winner was supposed to make $17 million this season. He also …

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NFL Free Agency: Miami Dolphins look to keep up in AFC East

Free agency for NFL players with an expiring contract began March 11. And while the free agents can officially sign contracts today at 4 p.m., the Miami Dolphins have been fairly quiet the past two days, and fans are very interested in how new head coach Brian Flores will start …

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Gators Football Spring Practice Schedule Released

The Florida Gators released its spring practice schedule early Wednesday morning. Fans have plenty of chances to come out and watch the team. This year, the public can attend four spring practices. Just two were offered in 2018. Head Coach Dan Mullen’s decision to add more open practices for Florida …

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Georgia looks to upset Mississippi State

One could say the Georgia Bulldogs are having a tough basketball season. They haven’t won a game since January, and right now, they’ve only defeated one SEC opponent in conference play. But tonight, they host the talented Mississippi State Bulldogs in their first meet up of the season. Georgia will …

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SEC Basketball Preview: Auburn looks for revenge against Ole Miss

The last time Ole Miss and Auburn squared off this season, the Rebels dominated. While Terence Davis dropped 27 points on the offensive end, his team was just as dominant on the defensive end. They stole the ball 11 times, breaking down the Tigers’ offense. Ole Miss won the matchup …

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LSU looks to bounce back at Mississippi State

After a tough loss over the weekend, No. 21 LSU looks for a win tonight when they play at Mississippi State. https://twitter.com/LSUBasketball/status/1092924581185236992 The LSU Tigers (17-4, 7-1 SEC) sit third in the conference. They are coming off a one-point loss to Arkansas over the weekend, losing 89-90. It’s the team’s …

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