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Tony Dungy Talks Super Bowl LIII

Tony Dungy was in Gainesville earlier this week to promote his new book, “The Soul of a Team”. While he was here, the Pro Football Hall of Famer appeared on “Sportscene with Steve Russell” to discuss the book, as well as share his thoughts about Sunday’s Super Bowl. Dungy’s Super …

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Santa Fe Baseball Opens Season On Friday

The Santa Fe Saints’ baseball team kicks off its 2019 campaign on Friday when they play the Hillsborough Community College Hawks in Tampa. https://twitter.com/santafesaints/status/1088431334090067969 How Good Can The Saints Be? The Saints head into this season with an impressive amount of momentum. Last year, the team went 39-11 overall with …

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Saints Look To Ground Eagles In NFC Divisional Round

On Sunday, the NFL Playoffs will continue with the divisional round and the NFC matchup is an intriguing one. The Philadelphia Eagles will look to continue their surprising run into the postseason when they head to New Orleans to face off against Drew Brees and the Saints. https://twitter.com/NFL/status/1083543995953958918 Signal Callers’ …

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Former UF coach Jimmy Ray Stephens reunited with Spurrier in Orlando

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Many familiar faces from the University of Florida have found themselves on the Orlando Apollos’ roster. The inaugural season of the Alliance of American Football League kicks off in February, and Steve Spurrier will return to coaching for the first time since he left South Carolina. With him, Spurrier has …

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The Unstoppable Force: Alabama Goes 12-0 in the Regular Season

The Alabama Crimson Tide have been a force to be reckoned with in recent years. The team has won five national titles since 2009 under the tutelage of head coach Nick Saban. This season, the Tide have been even more impressive, adding a lethal offense to the equation to go …

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Wizards falling apart, Beal might be on his way out

The Washington Wizards are off to a rough start this season, sitting at 5-11 nearing the end of November. Recently, the losing has gotten the best of some of Washington’s star players. Both Bradley Beal and John Wall have created some headlines pertaining to their erratic behavior. Beal voices displeasure …

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Franks and UF look to gain more confidence against Idaho

Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks and the Gators completed an impressive comeback on Saturday, beating the South Carolina Gamecocks 35-31. Down 31-14 late in the third quarter, UF stormed back behind its stable of running backs and a newly-confident Franks.  UF’s signal-caller was visibly intense for most of the game, playing …

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Florida Women’s Basketball Drops Season Opener Against Gardner Webb

The Florida women’s basketball team opened its 2018-2019 campaign in disappointing fashion on Tuesday. The Gators dropped their season opener to the Gardner Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs 60-58 at the O’Connell Center in front of an announced crowd of 1,891. The game was the program’s first ever “Field Trip Game”, in …

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Grantham and Gators ready for a battle on Saturday

The Florida Gator football team will be in Jacksonville, Florida this weekend to take on the seventh-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. The top-10 match up will feature two 6-1 teams looking to keep their SEC East title hopes alive in what’s dubbed as “The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party”. To do that, …

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