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‘Friday Night Lights’ Kicks Off Tonight

High school football begins tonight with several preseason games, better known as “Kick-Off Classics” around the area. Gainesville High School welcomes Class 8A, Flagler Palm Coast to Citizens Field for the first time. GHS head coach Mark Latsko says there are two ways to look at the game plan for the …

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Rhonda Faehn Steps Down

Rhonda Faehn is stepping down as Florida’s gymnastics coach after 13 seasons and back to back to back national titles.  She will assume the role of Senior Vice President of Women’s Programs for USA Gymnastics. “I will be responsible for overseeing and managing the entire women’s program.” Faehn said. “[I’ll …

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One Heart. One Dream. One Team. One Goal.

The Florida Gators accomplished their goal of having their 23 seniors and coach Will Muschamp leave The Swamp victorious in their final home game of the year as Florida beat Eastern Kentucky 52-3 Saturday. Red shirt junior quarterback Jeff Driskel, who went 9 for 11 and threw for 164 yards, said …

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Florida Goes on the Road to Defend Their Name on the Gridiron

The Florida Gators are coming off a surprisingly easy 38-20 win over Georgia in Jacksonville and will now try to post consecutive victories for the first time since Sept. 6 and 13 when it plays at Vanderbilt Saturday.  This week could also mark the first two consecutive conference wins for …

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New Week, Same Mentality For Gator Football

The Florida football team is looking past its mistakes against the Alabama Crimson Tide and turning the page to the new chapter that is Tennessee. Fingers were pointed at the Gator offense after managing only 200 total yards after their loss in Tuscaloosa. Offensive coordinator Kurt Roper says that this bye …

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Post Game: Florida Football Rolled by The Crimson Tide

The Florida football team had a chip on its shoulder going on the road for the first time this season. The Gators had hopes of proving that they are among the SEC elite, and for a while that’s what they did. The first half of today’s game could be summed up …

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Season Opener Take Two

The overall message from the Gator football team this week has been simple; they are itching to finally start the 2014 season. Fans were looking forward to the witnessing Florida unveil its improved up-tempo offense but the game against Idaho was cancelled due to inclement weather. With that game now …

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It’s officially Opening Day… PLAY BALL!

The starting rotation is locked and loaded. The lineup is strong. And the expectations for the Tampa Rays for the 2014 season are extremely high. The Rays begin their 17th season at the improved Tropicana Field today against the Toronto Blue Jays. This game marks the ninth straight season the Rays have sold out …

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1A Football State Championship will be a Battle of Two Tigers: Trenton v. Blountstown

Trenton High School will play for the State 1A title Friday when it takes on Blountstown.  The Tigers are 11-1 overall and come off a win in the state semifinals over Dixie County, while the Tigers of Blountstown beat Cottondale in Cottondale and come into the championship game 13-0 on the season. Trenton head coach Andrew Thomas says his …

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