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Braves pitcher Tim Hudson notches milestone victory

The third time’s a charm. After failing twice on the road to get his 200th career victory, Tim Hudson joined former Braves pitchers Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz in the 200 club last night when the Braves defeated the Nationals 8-1. Hudson helped his own cause in the fifth …

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Former Gator Jeremy Mincey Leads Young Jacksonville Jaguars Team

Jeremy Mincey has bounced back from adversity his entire life. Growing up in Statesboro, Ga., poverty swallowed the city. Currently, 43 percent of Statesboro’s population lives under the poverty line. But Mincey did everything he could to make a name for himself. On the football field is where he found …

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Florida softball hosts Georgia for last home series

The No. 2 Gators softball team (45-5, 14-4 Southeastern Conference) concludes its home slate of games for the regular season when they host No. 23 Georgia (34-16, 11-7 SEC) this weekend. Florida is entering the series after sweeping Longwood. Junior Hannah Rogers tossed a no-hitter in the last game of the …

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Pat Summerall, “The Voice of Football,” dead at 82

Legendary broadcaster Pat Summerall, best known for teaming with former Oakland Raiders head coach John Madden for 21 seasons, died on Tuesday. He was 82. Summerall spent more than 40 years in broadcasting with CBS and Fox. Although he’s most remembered for his NFL coverage, he was also the voice of …

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Jackie Robinson: Remembering a Legend

Jackie Robinson is remembered as one of the most legendary figures in the history of baseball. Not only was he a phenomenal player, but Robinson is known for the courageous strides he made for Civil Rights. ESPN Radio 850/900’s Chris Kirschner goes deeper into what made Robinson so unbelievably great; both as a player …

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