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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.

Raptors Snap the Magic’s Win Streak; Vucevic and Gordon Hobbled

The week of Nov. 13- Nov. 20 treated the Orlando Magic rather kindly. Three consecutive wins against Philadelphia, San Antonio and Washington during that period meant Orlando arrived at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on Wednesday night with momentum. Following a 3-7 start to the season, Steve Clifford’s team needed to …

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Caught Stealing: Astros Accused of Stealing Signs During 2017 World-Series Run

Trouble is brewing in Texas for a former championship-winning team. Less than three weeks ago, the Houston Astros suffered a heart-wrenching loss in the World Series to the Washington Nationals. The thrilling, seven-game finale to the postseason marked the Nationals’ first World Series crown in team history. In turn, the …

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Magic drop fourth-straight game in Dallas; Doncic scores 27

The Orlando Magic‘s rough start to the 2019-2020 campaign continues. After winning their opening game of the season against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando has now gone 1-5 in the six games following the opener. To boot, head coach Steve Clifford’s team suffered arguably their most agonizing defeat of the young …

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Heat Pull Away from Grizzlies in Butler’s Absence to Open 2019

No Jimmy Butler, no problem. Miami’s newly cherished signing was inactive for the Heat’s first regular contest, but that didn’t hinder them too much in their season opener against the Memphis Grizzlies. While Butler’s Heat debut will be delayed until at the very least Saturday, Erik Spoelstra’s team indeed got …

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Gators WR Trevon Grimes: “LSU Was One of Our Best Offensive Performances”

Despite a tough loss to the LSU Tigers (6-0) in Baton Rouge last weekend, WR Trevon Grimes has lost no confidence in his team’s ability to put points on the board. Why would he? Florida’s (6-1) first loss of the season, while undoubtedly disappointing, was by no means a shameful …

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Cardinals Trounce Braves in Historic Game 5 of ALDS

Shocking. Unthinkable. Incredible. Those are just a few of the words fans and spectators may use to describe Wednesday’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves. The Cardinals used an astounding 10-run-first inning to bounce the Braves from the playoffs. The final result, 13-1, while rather harsh on …

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NLDS Preview: Braves and Cardinals Set for Familiar Postseason Showdown

Few fans can argue that the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves haven’t had some memorable postseason clashes over the years. Rewind to 2012, the last time these two clubs met in the postseason. It was the season that the MLB inaugurated the Wild-Card games into the postseason format. The …

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Alabama looks for 4th consecutive 5-0 start against Ole Miss

2015 marked the last time head coach Nick Saban failed to guide the Alabama Crimson Tide to a perfect 5-0 start. Matt Luke and Ole Miss (2-2) will be the last line of defense on Saturday to prevent that from happening once again. Despite the Rebels lukewarm start to the …

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Florida’s O-Line Still Looking to Improve Amid 3-0 Start, QB Change

Feleipe Franks‘ season-ending ankle injury won’t sit well with Florida’s offensive line. Franks loved his offensive line, and those guys loved protecting him too. “Me and him are close, real close, we’re best friends, roommates,” junior guard Brett Heggie said. Heggie and his group were entrusted to protect Franks. His …

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