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Edgar Chavero

Sports media and management student at the University of Florida. Content creator for ESPN 98.1 FM/ 850 AM WRUF.

Commissioner Silver Discusses COVID, Future of the NBA

Eight days have passed since the last NBA game took place. For fans of the league, and maybe sports fans in general, those eight days might seem closer to an eternity right now. However, as a society and sports leagues continue to manage themselves through the COVID-19 pandemic, NBA Commissioner …

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SEC Suspends Competition For Teams in All Sports Amidst COVID-19

Minute by minute, things are changing rapidly for athletes and sports fans all over the world. Yesterday, the Southeastern Conference announced its plans to conduct the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament with only essential staff and media members in attendance. Just now, the SEC instead elected to suspend regular-season competitions for …

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Oregon’s Justin Herbert set for 2020 NFL Draft

One of college football’s most promising gunslingers takes to Lucas Oil Stadium to showcase his skills today. No, it’s not LSU’s Joe Burrow, and no it’s also not Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa. Both quarterbacks will likely be in attendance, but neither will participate in on-field drills. Instead, NFL scouts will get …

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What to Watch For: Gator Tennis to Begin SEC Play for 2020

Gator Tennis

Florida’s No. 6 ranked men’s tennis team (11-2) played their last competitive match four days ago. But tennis and Gator fans will have to wait another eight days before watching Florida on the court again. On Feb. 28, the Gators will commence conference play. Bryan Shelton’s team currently finds itself …

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From Fenway to LA: Betts and Price talk blockbuster

First Major League Baseball disciplines the Houston Astros for stealing signs in 2017. Now, one of the league’s top superstars is on the move, and he’s headed across the country. The 2018 American League MVP, Mookie Betts, along with pitcher and teammate David Price, will now call the West Coast their home. …

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Ranking the 2020 College Football Recruiting Classes

The first Wednesday of every February. Since 1981, that particular spot on the calendar marks the final day that college football teams are able to sign recruits. However, the reintegration of the early signing window, which commences in December, has re-purposed “The Big Day.” Most programs do their heaviest lifting …

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Commissioner Goodell discusses state of NFL ahead of Super Bowl LIV

With Super Bowl LIV just around the corner, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell still has plenty of other league issues on his plate. Every football fans’ focus is on Sunday’s game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. That’s understandable to say the least. A marquee matchup, a marquee …

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Saints Want Brees Back for 20th Season as QB Ponders NFL Future

Drew Brees signed with the New Orleans Saints almost 14 years ago. The date was March 14, 2006. That day, Brees penned a six-year, $60 million deal that drastically changed the landscape of the NFL for the following 15 years. Fast forward to January 23, 2020. Brees is a Super Bowl …

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Kentucky, Auburn both upset in wild day for SEC

Two undefeated SEC basketball teams stood tall as play began around the country on Wednesday. Now, only one remains: San Diego State (18-0). Alabama (9-7, 2-2 SEC) handed Auburn (15-1, 3-1 SEC) its first loss of the season in Tuscaloosa. A shocking loss at that. The Crimson Tide throttled Bruce …

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Seahawks grind past hobbled Wentz, Eagles in wild-card finale

Seattle Seahawks defensive star Jadeveon Clowney gets paid to make big plays. He delivered one, albeit somewhat controversially, in Sunday night’s NFC Wild Card game between the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles. The recipient of Clowney’s hit: Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. A concussion he sustained on the Eagle’s second possession …

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