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Dolphins Turn Season Around

The Miami Dolphins have, somehow, slightly turned their season around. Well, sort of. Being 3-9 isn’t exactly the best season, but for a team that was speculated to possibly go 0-16, it’s not too bad. The Dolphins beat the Philadelphia Eagles 37-31 on Sunday for their third win in five …

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Ohio State-Michigan “The Game”

When Ohio State and Michigan take the field at noon on Saturday, plenty will be on the line. The Buckeyes are looking to finish off an undefeated regular season and beat the rival from up north for the 14th time in 15 games. The Wolverines, well, they’re just trying to …

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Pass Interference is a Bigger Problem Now in the NFL

In the Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans game this past Sunday, there was a controversial play between DeAndre Hopkins and Marlon Humphrey. Hopkins went up to make a catch and Humphrey threw his body over top of Hopkins before the ball got there. No pass interference call. Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien …

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Pete Alonso Named NL Rookie of the Year

Pete Alonso stepped into the batter’s box, waggled his bat once and watched a fastball from Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz come down the heart of the plate. Alonso stepped through, transferred his weight forward and effortlessly sent the pitch sailing in the opposite direction. The ball dropped over the …

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Florida State Begins Coaching Search

For only the second time since 1976, the Florida State Seminoles will be on a head coaching search. A vacancy is now open for one of the more attractive head coaching jobs in the southeast with Willie Taggart now fired. Taggart finished 9-12 in just under two seasons as head …

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NCAA Meeting to Discuss Paying Athletes

The NCAA is formally meeting to discuss allowing athletes to benefit from their name and likeness. This comes after California and numerous other states have proposed bills that would allow athletes to receive endorsement money. The meeting will take place in Atlanta where the NCAA Board of Governors will hear …

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Nationals Set for World Series

Despite the chaos that always consumes Washington, D.C., there is something D.C. residents can get excited for: baseball. The Washington Nationals have gone from wild card team to postseason darlings through the month of October. On Tuesday night, the Nationals will play in their first ever World Series game. It’s …

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Gators’ Defense Looks to Bounce Back

It had been since the 2015 season that a Florida Gators defense allowed over 500 yards of total offense. Florida allowed 511 to the LSU Tigers this past Saturday in a 42-28 loss. The Gators were shredded both through the air and on the ground. LSU quarterback Joe Burrow had …

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California Signs ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’

The state of California has signed into law the Fair Pay to Play Act. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Monday. The bill sets a precedent for how student-athletes can be financially compensated. What the bill does is prevent the NCAA from barring student-athletes from profiting off their …

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