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Florida Men’s Basketball Welcomes Three New Players

On Wednesday, Mike White and the Florida men’s basketball team officially welcomed three new players to the roster. After three transfers left White with four open scholarships to hand out, the Gators coaching staff quickly began the process of filling those spots. So far, Florida has added big man Jason …

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Questions Surround The New Orleans Pelicans in 2019-2020

The New Orleans Pelicans had hope heading into this season. The team was coming off a playoff appearance that saw the Pelicans sweep the Trail Blazers before falling to Golden State. Hopes were high that New Orleans would try to keep Demarcus Cousins and lock up Anthony Davis long-term. Instead, …

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Rough Start To The Season For Some Of MLB’s Best

The Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs all made the MLB playoffs in 2018. The team’s combined to go 303-184 with the Red Sox eventually winning the World Series. To this point in 2019, things have been a different story. Through the first two weeks of this …

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NCAA Sweet Sixteen: Florida State vs Gonzaga Preview

The second week of the NCAA Tournament gets underway this evening with four marquee matchups. Gonzaga faces off with Florida State and Purdue battles Tennessee, starting at 7:09 and 7:29, respectively. Texas Tech vs. Michigan and Oregon vs. Virginia will get started after the completion of the first games. Possibly …

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NCAA Tournament Preview: Tennessee vs Colgate

Three action-packed weeks of postseason college basketball is upon us. It’s March, and the NCAA Tournament’s first and second rounds start this Thursday and Friday. It's time to celebrate.#MarchMadness is HERE! 🕺 pic.twitter.com/bCW19Y4R1C — NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 21, 2019 The South Region of the bracket houses a few …

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Antonio Brown Excited About Fresh Start With Raiders

One of the NFL’s star wide receivers will have a new team in 2019. Former Pittsburgh Steelers standout Antonio Brown was introduced by the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday after the team agreed to a trade with the Steelers that sends 2019 third and fifth-round picks to Pittsburgh in exchange for …

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Will Eli Manning Be Back With Giants?

The New York Giants had a rough 2018 season, and many are blaming the 5-11 record on quarterback Eli Manning. Speculation has been heavy since the end of the 2018 campaign with the possibility of Manning, the 38-year-old veteran, leaving the Giants. On Wednesday, head coach Pat Shurmur and general …

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AAF Names Dundon Chairman After $250 Million Investment

The Alliance of American Football league has a new chairman. Billionaire Tom Dundon, the owner of the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, invested $250 million to help keep the league afloat. According to an article by the Athletic, the AAF was in early financial turmoil after seeing early success through the first …

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Area Girls Basketball Teams Competing in Regional Quarterfinals on Thursday

Multiple area girls basketball teams are competing in regional quarterfinal play on Thursday. The notable games are: Wildwood (13-13) on the road against top-ranked Trenton (23-3), Hawthorne (20-4) hosting Madison County (14-10) and PK Yonge (26-1) will be at home against Providence (13-11). Hawthorne Gleaming with Confidence after 20-win Season …

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UF Softball Opens Season in Tampa on Friday

The Florida softball team opens its 2019 campaign in Tampa on Friday, where it will play five games over the course of three days. Gators Look To Gain Early Momentum https://twitter.com/GatorsSB/status/1093538793330798592 No. 5 Florida will begin the USF Opening Invitational against Illinois State on Friday afternoon at 4:45 p.m. The …

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