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Courtney Mims

Courtney Mims is a junior telecommunications major at the University of Florida. She enjoys covering all Gator sports and drinking gallons of Starbucks coffee while doing so.

No. 6 Gator Softball Struggles Against No. 13 Florida State, Lose 4-1

The Florida Gator Softball team fell to the Florida State Seminoles 4-1 in the first game of the 2018 Fresh from Florida Sunshine Showdown series on Wednesday night in Tallahassee. Florida managed to get only two hits, while the Seminoles had five. Seminoles Early Lead Florida State got on the …

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P.K. Yonge Hosts Regional Final Against Jacksonville Providence

The P.K. Yonge Blue Wave (17-11) will be faced with a bit of a challenge Tuesday night. That challenge comes in the form of horses, well, stallions to be exact. The Jacksonville Providence Stallions, who have a record of 23-5, will travel on down to Gainesville tomorrow at 7 for …

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Coach Hevesy Back With His “Brothers”

John Hevesy has been with Head Coach Dan Mullen for a while. Well, 18 years to be exact. The offensive line coached reminisced about his past with Mullen and Billy Gonzales, Gators co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach, affectionately referring to them both as his brothers. http://www.wruf.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/hevesy-2.mp3 Hevesy has been …

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Brian Urlacher Added to the Football Hall of Fame

A great Chicago Bears linebacker, an All-American at the University of New Mexico, and now he has one more thing to add to his resume: a football Hall of Famer. Brian Urlacher, 39, is the 28th Chicago Bear to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and on his first …

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Santa Fe Saints Softball Season Starts Off With a Bang

The FCSAA No. 9 Santa Fe Saints left the weekend feeling pretty good about themselves. They are 5-0 right now, all 5 wins coming from games this weekend. The women not only came out on top of the Leadoff Classic series in Clearwater on Saturday, but swept the University of …

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Good Vikings Season Crashes Down

Flashback to Sunday morning: The Minnesota Vikings, kings of the NFC North, on their way to the NFC Conference Championship against the Philadelphia Eagles. Never winning a Super Bowl, a lot was riding on this win. Flash forward to now: The Vikings are done. Season ended. Super Bowl victory dreams …

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Kentucky Takes on Texas A&M

The heavily-favored wildcats are No. 21 in the nation right now and already have their sights already set on some tournament play. However, they will be challenged tonight by No. 11 Texas A&M; a team which hasn’t started their conference play off in the best way. Even though the Aggies …

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NFL Preview: Jaguars vs. Bengals

After a crazy trade deadline week, the Jacksonville Jaguars (4-3), with newly added defensive tackle Marcel Dareus to the squad, will take on the stacked lineup of the Cincinnati Bengals (3-4) this Sunday. However, the Jaguars have a chance to take over the AFC, but only if their defense shows …

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High School Football Roundup

High school football is heating up as the last few district games are being played, and teams are hoping for a few final wins to push them to the playoffs. After last night’s win against South Lake, Gainesville High School is heading into their next two games with confidence. This …

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