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Browns Looking to Hit Reset Button Heading into 2020 NFL Draft

The 2020 NFL Draft is less than four weeks away. And for the Cleveland Browns, they go in hoping to continue what has been a strong offseason for the franchise. Up-and-Down 2019 There was a buzz around Cleveland, Ohio, heading into the 2019 season. The Browns had put the league …

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Roman Reigns Pulls Out of WrestleMania 36 Due to COVID-19 Concerns

A familiar name across the WWE universe won’t be participating in this year’s WrestleMania event scheduled to air on April 4-5. According to a report by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Roman Reigns has decided to withdraw from WrestleMania and the WWE Universal Championship match due to his past health history and …

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Gurley Inks Contract With Falcons

A number of high-profile players have been on the move this week during the NFL’s free agency period. And on Friday morning, Todd Gurley added his name to the growing list. If you're just waking up, GOOD MORNING. pic.twitter.com/HXc0thfi8i — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) March 20, 2020 According to ESPN insider …

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NCAA Modifes Eligibilty Rules for Student-Athletes in Spring Sports

With cancellations and postponements continuing to mount up across the sports world due to COVID-19, there was finally a bit of good news announced early Friday afternoon surrounding college athletics. NCAA Making Changes On Thursday, the NCAA announced that it was cancelling all winter and spring tournaments due to the …

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Gator Men’s Hoops Square Off Against the Vols As Regular Season Winds Down

In what has been an up-and-down season for the Florida men’s basketball team, the Gators have finally begun to find their stride as of late. They look to keep this momentum going when they head to Knoxville to take on the Tennessee Volunteers Saturday afternoon. #FridayFeeling #GatorsHoop pic.twitter.com/kgemhs8gRT — Florida …

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Brewers Looking to Rebound in 2020 Season

Last season, optimism was high for the Milwaukee Brewers heading into 2019. Fresh off an appearance in the National League Championship Series a year prior, the Brewers were striving for a World Series title. While they didn’t accomplish this feat, the season wasn’t a total washout, as the Brewers still …

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Billy Donovan Memories Stretch All Across UF Athletic Department

The playing floor at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center will have a new name come Saturday night, as the Gators will unveil “Billy Donovan Court” at halftime to honor their former legendary men’s coach. Donovan spent 19 years as the head man of the Florida basketball program before departing for …

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Tampa Bay Vipers’ Squad Jam-Packed With Former Gators

For those who can’t get enough football, you’re in luck. Football is back, as the XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers kick off their inaugural season on Sunday when they head up North to face the New York Guardians. The squad features a multitude of well-known college athletes, with a majority of …

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Kansas City Offense Ready for Challenge Against Stout 49ers Defense

The Kansas City Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV from Miami Gardens. One of the biggest topics of discussion since this matchup was announced has been how the Chiefs’ offense will fair versus a strong 49ers’ defense. Who's ready for Sunday? pic.twitter.com/n8w8lJJxI6 — Kansas City Chiefs …

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Gators’ Men’s Tennis Welcomes Group of Teams for Weekend Tournament

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The Florida Gators’ Men’s Tennis team continues their long homestand this weekend in the ITAKickoff at Alfred A. Ring Complex. The two-day tournament will run from Saturday to Sunday and will feature teams such as the USF, Temple and Fresno State. https://twitter.com/GatorsMTN/status/1220413388389355520 Right Where They Left Off After finishing the …

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