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Chrissy Voltoline

Chrissy Voltoline is a Junior studying Sports Media Journalism.

FEATURE: UF Men’s Club Soccer Claims First National Championship

In 2017, the University of Florida Men’s Club Soccer team watched the national championship title slip out of their hands. Placing third place in a championship run is never an easy pill to swallow. When the tournament is hosted nearly 2,000 miles away in Arizona, it’s a long trip home …

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Who Will the San Francisco 49ers Take 2nd Overall?

With the second overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, who the San Francisco 49ers select will largely depend on who goes at No. 1. For weeks, the overall consensus has been that QB Kyler Murray, a former Oklahoma Sooner, will be snagged first overall by the Arizona Cardinals. Now, …

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AAF Future in Question

First reported by Pro Football Talk and Darren Rovell, the future of the Alliance of American Football League is in doubt after reports surfaced about the possibility of the league folding for good or being temporarily suspended. According to CBSSports.com,, the AAF has suspended all operations effective immediately. This suspension is indefinite …

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NFL Celebrates a Century, Opening 100th Season

One hundred years in a long time. That’s 36,500 days, 3041 months, 700 weeks. That’s 10 whole decades. The National Football League will open it’s 100th season on Sept. 5 with the Green Bay Packers at the Chicago Bears. This Packers-Bears match up is the oldest rivalry in NFL history, …

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HOOPS: Fairleigh Dickinson VS Prairie View A&M in First Round of NCAA Tournament Play

It’s time to go dancing! With 68 teams currently in the field, the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights and Prairie View A&M Panthers play in the First Four in hopes of continuing their playoff journey. Both teams have been out of the March Madness spotlight for a few years and are coming …

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What To Expect From the Gators’ D-Line

As the Gators Football Spring Camp has officially started, the Gators are bringing back a strong defense despite losing two big names off the roster. Here’s a look at the strength and depth the Gators have on the defensive line. Lost Players It is unquestionable that the team will have …

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Kentucky Basketball Travels to Missouri for SEC Contest

After an 86-69 statement win against the then No.1 Tennessee Vols, the Kentucky Wildcats proved they are a top contender. The W over the Vols allowed the ‘Cats to jump to No.4 in NCAA rankings. Now, Kentucky (21-4, 10-2 SEC) will enter Columbia, MO, to take on the Missouri Tigers (12-12, …

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