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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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Lightning Win is Nice, but Not Redeeming

Last night, the Tampa Bay Lightning faced off against the Columbus Blue Jackets for the first time since the first round of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Bolts won in OT 2-1. Tampa Bay showed their satisfaction for the win on twitter. https://twitter.com/TBLightning/status/1227096674423713792 It should feel good. It’s a …

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Lightning Win Out West Against Kings

The Tampa Bay Lightning shook off the rust last night from their ten-day All-Star break. After Monday’s tough overtime loss to the Dallas Stars, the Lightning went into Los Angeles and picked up the win against the Kings 4-2. Sure, the Kings are in the cellar, but beating a team …

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Magic Fall to Thunder Again

They looked for some payback on home court. They didn’t get it. The Orlando Magic made a game out of their matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but fell short in the 120-114 loss. They had the lead once the whole game. It last for one minute and 11 seconds …

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Gator Men’s Tennis Suffers First Loss

Gator Tennis

The number one ranked Gator men’s tennis team suffers its first loss of the season 5-2 to the defending national champion and number two ranked Texas Longhorns on Wednesday in Gainesville.  This was the Longhorns’ first win of the season. The match up saw one of the largest crowds in …

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Bolts Appear to Be Back on Track

For almost all of the 2019 half of the season, the big question was what happened to the Tampa Bay Lightning? Less than a year ago, they were President’s Trophy winners. In mid-December, it seemed the Bolts could barely reach 90 points. They seemed like a fringe playoff team at …

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What’s Next for Brady?

The New England Patriots did not look like themselves against the Titans. One sign was the fact that they were in the Wild Card game to begin with, and then, they were knocked out immediately. This loss could be the indicator that football in New England is reaching an end …

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College of Central Florida to Drop Three Sports

Starting next school year, the College of Central Florida will drop men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball from its athletic program. After these sports are dropped, the school will only sponsor baseball and softball. According to WCJB TV 20, the cuts will save the school $600,000 as it deals with …

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