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Women’s Basketball: Seminoles Win Big Over Gators

Unfortunately for Gator fans, the Florida State Seminoles’ dominance in the football field seems to have carried over to the world of women’s basketball. The No.7 Seminoles downed the Gators by a score of 83-58 last night. Down go the gators! #FSUWBB #TogetherWeRise pic.twitter.com/g1ukaibWqx — FSU Women's Hoops (@fsuwbb) December …

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Chiefs Stop Raiders, Take Control of AFC West

The Oakland Raiders seem to have found their Achilles’ Heel. Unfortunately for them, that Achilles’ Heel is in their very own division. The team hadn’t lost a game since October 16, winning six straight games. The team they lost to on October 16? Kansas City. We now have back-to-back 10-win seasons for …

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NBA Recap: Magic Stumble, Fall to Celtics 117-87

Despite playing without star Isaiah Thomas, the Boston Celtics showed offensive prowess over the Orlando Magic and routed the home team by 30 points. Filling In While it’s almost impossible to replace the production of your top scorer, the Celtics that were healthy certainly filled in last night. Guard Avery Bradley …

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SEC Well-represented in Bowl Season

While the SEC may have dropped off a bit in the eyes of the college football world, what’s long been regarded as the nation’s top conference still received plenty of love on Bowl Selection Day. Twelve teams will be representing the SEC in a bowl, which ties for the most …

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Saban and McElwain Make for Familiar Foes in the SEC Championship Game

The 2016 SEC Championship Game will not only be a rematch between Florida and Alabama, it will also be a rematch between Nick Saban and Jim McElwain. History Saban and one of his former proteges in McElwain are certainly no strangers, with McElwain having spent four seasons as the offensive coordinator …

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Becky Burleigh: Gator Soccer Seniors Leave Behind A Legacy

For head coach Becky Burleigh, Sunday’s 3-1 loss to Auburn was heart-wrenching for a number of reasons. It meant the Gators were knocked out of the NCAA tournament. It meant she wouldn’t lead the team to their first national championship since 1998. Perhaps the most heart-breaking part of it all, …

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Junior College Volleyball: Santa Fe Saints Partaking in 2016 NJCAA Volleyball Championships

The Santa Fe Saints women’s volleyball team will be taking part in the NJCAA Volleyball championships.  While the NJCAA tournament doesn’t quite as much press coverage, being an eight-seed in a national tournament is absolutely nothing to sneeze at. How They Got Here The Saints (17-11) had a successful season under third-year head …

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Gator Soccer Gets No.1 Seed in NCAA Tournament

The 2016 Division I women’s soccer championship bracket was officially announced earlier today. The Florida Gator soccer team is a No.1 region seed. First Opponent The Gators will be hosting the FGCU Eagles from Donald R. Dizney Stadium on Friday, November 11. Fresh off of winning the SEC tournament this …

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Carl Edwards Wins, Advances to NASCAR Sprint Cup Finale

The 41 laps of a rain-shortened race were all Carl Edwards needed to take home the checkered flag at Texas Motor Speedway. Even more, the victory clinched a spot for Edwards in the “Championship 4” of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series chase. Advancing to NASCAR’s Finale Edwards joined Jimmie Johnson …

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Scott Stricklin Starting First Day as UF AD

Scott Stricklin is now just one day away from officially starting his tenure in what he called the best job in college athletics. Big Shoes to Fill With much of the (well-deserved) attention on Monday being Jeremy Foley’s last day as the University of Florida’s Athletic Director, just as important …

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