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McElwain Denies Oregon Coach Rumors

Florida football head coach Jim McElwain denied rumors that he was being considered for head coach of Oregon. Oregon Firing The news comes after Oregon fired head coach Mark Helfrich. It’s the first head coach firing at Oregon in 40 years. Helfrich is jobless just two years after he coached …

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SEC Preview: Tennessee Hopes to Hang on to SEC East Title Chances Against Missouri

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Missouri travels to Knoxville to take on Tennessee as the Volunteers have their senior night. Thank you Seniors for giving your all for Tennessee & bringing Tennessee football back! You will be missed! You're all #Vols for Life! pic.twitter.com/IOOzSGffBE — Jeff Page (@jeffpage38555) November 16, 2016 Dobbs’ Farewell The game marks the …

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High School Football Preview: Bradford vs. Dunellon

High school football playoff are beginning and division 4A’s regional semifinal will see a rematch of last year’s game as Bradford looks for revenge against Dunnellon 2015 Playoffs In 2015, Bradford suffered a big loss in the regional semi-finals to Dunnellon. It was a very unlucky Friday the 13th last …

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A Gator Grad and a Gainesville Native Star in World Series Finale

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In what some are calling the greatest game of baseball ever played, two players have ties to the Gainesville area. Andrew Miller,  a Gainesville native and Buchholz High School graduate, who is a relief pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and David Ross, a catcher for the Chicago Cubs who played …

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Cubs Tie Up NLCS 2-2

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The Cubs scored a commanding road playoff victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-2 on Wednesday night. Slow Start While the Cubs finished with plenty of runs, they didn’t get off to such a hot start. They were held hitless throughout the first three innings of Wednesday’s contest. That all changed …

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Patriots, Eagles, Raiders and Falcons Headline Week 6

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Week 6 of the NFL regular season is upon us and there are plenty of divisional games to go around. The Minnesota Vikings will remain undefeated in their bye week, but many teams will be defending their one-loss status. Patriots vs. Bengals Tom Brady‘s revenge tour continues this week as …

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CFB Preview: No. 23 FSU vs. No. 10 Miami

Miami faces FSU

With Hurricane Matthew looming, the University of Miami Hurricanes will host the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday. The Seminoles look to bounce back after a tough loss in the last seconds to North Carolina while the Hurricanes look to stay undefeated. FSU has owned the matchup recently, winning the last …

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SEC Preview: Tennessee vs. Georgia

The No. 11 ranked Tennessee Volunteers will travel to Athens to face the No. 25 ranked Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday in an SEC football match up. This matchup will mark the first road contest for the Vols, who have had three home games in addition to one game at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Bulldogs are returning …

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Has Fantasy Football Grown Too Large?

Fear, doubt, disappointment and elation— these are the range of emotions experienced by a fantasy football player on any Sunday from September to January. The game, played by assembling a team of professional football players and being awarded points based on their performance, has recently swept the nation, capturing the …

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