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Charlie Jordan

I'm a senior studying Political Science at the University of Florida. Multimedia Sports Reporter for ESPN Gainesville 95.3 and WUFT - Passionate about life, sports, and fitness.

Miami Welcomes Gator Baseball for a Weekend Series

Today the top-ranked Florida Gator Baseball team (5-0) will visit the sixth-ranked Miami Hurricanes (4-0) in the midst of a five game in-state road streak. The Hurricanes are coming off of Wednesday’s 7-6 extra-inning win at home against St. Thomas. Meanwhile, that night Florida earned an 8-7 walk-off win in Lakeland …

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PK Yonge Earns Win at Eastside

The PK Yonge Blue Wave relied on a balanced team effort last night to win 49-35 on the road against Eastside. After an impressive defensive showing against the Rams (9-8), the PK Yonge Blue Wave are now 16-3. Sporting an impressive 6-0 record in district matchups, the Blue Wave remain the top team in the 3A District 3 Basketball …

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Gator Gymnastics Host UCLA Bruins in Home Opener

The second ranked Florida gymnastics team opens its home schedule tonight with a meet against sixth ranked UCLA. The Gators began their season last week by posting the third-highest score in the nation against Texas Woman’s University. Now, the Gators return home for their first meet under new coach Jenny …

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AFC Divisional Round Preview: Kansas City at New England

The NFL divisional playoff round kicks off tomorrow from Foxborough, where the New England Patriots will play host to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the midst of this AFC matchup, Patriot receivers Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman are both listed as questionable. Patriots Pro Bowl defensive end Chandler Jones was hospitalized …

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Gator Volleyball Team Ends Season on Sour Note in Austin

Earlier this year, instant replay was proposed for the NCAA Tournament in the sport of volleyball. Florida volleyball coach Mary Wise recognized that this change was necessary for the future of the sport, but voiced her opinion that only certain schools could actually implement the necessary technology in time for this year’s tournament. Following …

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Orlando Magic Welcome Cavs

Tonight, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers (14-7) will be in Orlando to take on the Magic (12-10). As the first quarter of the regular season wraps up, the Cavs are in first place in the Eastern Conference, despite losing both Kyrie Irving and Iman Shumpert to injuries. Shumpert and Irving both made the trip …

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Lions Stunned by Packers’ Hail Mary

In 1991, the Detroit Lions won both regular season games against their division rivals, the Green Bay Packers. Last night, with no time left on the game clock and a two-point lead, the Lions (4-8) were one play away from sweeping the Packers (8-4) for the first time in over …

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Worst and First: 76ers and Warriors

The 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers are known historically as the NBA’s worst team, with an overall record of 9-73. Today’s 76ers are currently dead last in the NBA, after losing the first 18 games of the season. If you include the 10 straight defeats that closed out 2014, Philadelphia has now surpassed …

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Florida Men’s Basketball Welcomes Vermont

Following a decisive loss against Purdue, the Florida men’s basketball team (3-1) will return to action today in a home game against the Vermont Catamounts (2-3). Florida men’s basketball head coach Mike White said Purdue’s execution in the post and backcourt leadership was simply too much for a Gator team that …

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High School Football Preview: No. 5 Fort White at Madison County

The high school football postseason will continue tonight as the Fort White Indians (9-2) go on the road to take on the Madison County Cowboys (8-3). The Cowboys began their season with three consecutive losses before winning the next eight contests, including last weeks 65-12 rout of Union County in the first …

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