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Thanksgiving Means Turkey, Stuffing and…the World Series?

Yes, you read that headline correctly. It’s just as weird of a concept to the person who penned it. Before 2001, the idea of November baseball was unheard of. It has never happened, and the first time it did, it wasn’t supposed to happen either. Following the Sept. 11 attacks, …

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Florida, SEC Suspends All Sports Activities Until April 15

The University of Florida, along with the rest of the SEC, will suspend on-campus sports activities until April 15.  Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin said in a press conference on March 13 that there is a chance that the suspension could last longer than that. The suspension is in response to …

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Heat Get Game In, Take Loss

The Miami Heat played their last game for the time being, because of the NBA suspending the season due to the growing concern surrounding the coronavirus issue, losing to the Charlotte Hornets 109 to 98. To say the least, Miami dropped the ball on its home court, losing only their …

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Day 2 of SEC Championship Solid for Gators Swimming and Diving

Both Gators men’s and women’s swimming and diving fared well on Day Two of the SEC Championships being held at Auburn University, with both finishing in second place. Men’s Swimming and Diving Florida’s Kieran Smith stood out on Day 2 with a record-breaking day. Smith set an NCAA, American, U.S. …

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Magic Squeeze Past Pistons in OT

The Orlando Magic get a winning streak going after what seems like a long time against the Detroit Pistons. The back-and-forth game between the two teams took a period of overtime to decide who was taking home the W before the Magic prevail 116-112. Breaking Down the Game The Magic …

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