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Florida Football Officially Enrolls QB Malik Zaire, OL Jake Fruhmorgen

After rumors and much anticipation, two new Gators officially enrolled at the University of Florida, the football team announced. QB Malik Zaire and OL Jake Fruhmorgen are now students on campus. Excited to officially welcome Jake Fruhmorgen & Malik Zaire to the @GatorsFB family!! #GoGators pic.twitter.com/2rcuOARu7Y — Jim McElwain (@CoachMcElwain) …

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Florida Men’s Basketball Takes On Stanford in Phil Knight Invitational

On Wednesday, the bracket for the PK80-Phil Knight Invitational revealed that Florida faces Stanford on in Portland, Ore on Nov.23. The tournament, which honors Nike co-founder Phil Knight for his 80th birthday, houses 16 teams in two eight-team brackets. Each team is guaranteed three games in the tournament. If the Gators …

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SEC Conference Flexing Muscle in NCAA Softball Tournament

SEC dominance is well documented in football. To an extent, it’s also pretty well known in baseball, drawing comparisons to low-A minor league baseball. But it’s in softball that the conference has really consumed the playing field. In fact, the SEC did something in softball for the first time this year: …

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Caleb Brantley Gets Battery Complaint Dismissed

On Wednesday the Florida State Attorney’s Office dismissed a battery complaint against Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Caleb Brantley, citing “insufficient evidence to sustain a conviction” as the reason for the dismissal. The incident stems from an early morning conflict on April 13 where he denied a request for a sexual …

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Myles Garrett Confident He Deserves to be First Overall Pick

For weeks on end, NFL mock drafts have had the same name at the top: Myles Garrett, DE (Texas A&M). The 6-foot-4, 272-pound rusher is a rare combination of power, explosiveness and speed. He’s considered a generational talent whose pass-rush production and athleticism have him on a path to an …

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Florida Men’s Basketball Primed for Big Things in 2017-18 Season

On Monday, the book closed on the 2016-17 men’s basketball season. North Carolina beat Gonzaga to redeem themselves after a heartbreaking loss the previous year. The Florida Gators basketball team had no choice but to watch from home. Six days earlier, South Carolina eliminated them in the Elite Eight. It …

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NFL Coaches Deny Blackballing Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick is an unwanted man. The 29 year old is currently a free agent after spending the last six seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. Earlier in March, he opted out of his contract after worries that he was no longer the primary QB in San Francisco. In 12 …

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USA, Puerto Rico Seeking First Championship in WBC Finals

Regardless of the outcome, a first-time champion will be crowned in the World Baseball Classic finals tonight between Team USA and Puerto Rico. Team USA’s finals berth marks the first of its kind since the tournament’s 2006 inception. Previously, they hadn’t made it past the semi-finals. Puerto Rico is looking for …

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