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Kelsey Godman

I grew up in the Washington, DC area and now I'm a Gator. I'll always be learning more about myself, others and the world around me. And I'll always be talking about sports.

Game Preview: Blue Jays host Powerhouse Yankees

The 2018 MLB regular season kicks off Thursday March 29th with a number of exciting matchups. Among those is the Toronto Blue Jays’ home opener against the New York Yankees at 3:37 p.m. The game will be the first in a four game series to start the season for the …

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NFL Competition Committee Simplifies Catch Rule

For decades, defining what is and isn’t a catch in the NFL has caused frustration for players, coaches and fans. The Competition Committee proposed several recommendations Wednesday to clarify the catch rule. After much deliberation & input from coaches, players, @NFLLegends, & club executives, the @NFL Competition Committee will recommend …

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No. 11 Loyola-Chicago Buzzer-beater Upsets No. 6 Miami

Loyola-Chicago dazed the University of Miami and disqualified many fan brackets during Thursday’s NCAA Tournament first round. The South Region No. 11 seed Ramblers topped the No. 6 seed Hurricanes 64-62 with a Donte Ingram 3-point buzzer-beater. It was the first NCAA Tournament appearance for Loyola-Chicago since 1985 when Georgetown eliminated …

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Bruce Pearl Leads Auburn to First Tournament since 2003

After earning a regular season championship title, the Auburn Tigers can proudly say they’ll be a part of the madness this March for the first time in 15 years. In a Sweet Sixteen game on March 28th 2003, the Tigers fell to Syracuse in a devastating one-point defeat. Since then, …

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Former Gators to Impress NFL Combine Scouts

Scouts from all 32 NFL teams are presently in Indianapolis for the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine this week and next. On-field workouts start Friday with running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams as the players look to impress the scouts. So far, players on the offensive side of the ball …

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Mark Cuban and the Mavericks facing public scrutiny

A recent flood of sexual harassment allegations against organizations and their higher-ups across various industries got deeper with scandals in the Dallas Mavericks workplace. Sports Illustrated released an article that shed an all-but-flattering light on the franchise’s office culture. Mark Cuban, owner of the Mavs is now under fire as …

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McElwain Hired as Receivers Coach at Michigan

Former Gator football Head Coach Jim McElwain left Florida’s coaching staff in October. After a brief head coaching career between Florida and Colorado State, he will be joining Jim Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan. Reports say he starts Sunday. McElwain with the Wolverines He signed as an assistant offensive coach with …

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Double Threat Ohtani Joins Powerful Angels Roster

Many claim Mike Trout to be the best player in baseball, but the Los Angeles Angels have a bigger sensation joining the roster. Japanese 23-year-old Shohei Ohtani started training with the Angels Tuesday to kick off spring training. He is a double threat as a strong righty pitcher and a …

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Colts Amidst Coaching Turmoil, Questions About Luck’s Recovery

The Indianapolis Colts are facing a lot of chaos in the midst of Josh McDaniels’  turnaround and Andrew Luck‘s injury. Josh McDaniels fiasco Colts General Manager Christ Ballard announced Tuesday that Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels would become Indy’s head coach. Little did he know that the Patriots were convincing …

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Preview: Battle of the Bulldogs, Mississippi State hosts Georgia

The Georgia Bulldogs travel to Humphrey Coliseum this Saturday, to take on Mississippi State. Mississippi State Mississippi State comes into this weekend’s game looking to extend a two-game winning streak. MSU has been lucky in Humphrey Coliseum and uses the home crowd to it’s advantage. Mississippi State boasts a 14-1 …

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