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Women’s Basketball Takes on Longwood for Home Opener

The Florida women’s basketball team is hosting the Longwood Lancers Sunday afternoon. This game will follow a men’s basketball match up against Florida State at 1 pm. Florida had a strong season opener on the road against Grambling State Tuesday, winning 72-65. The season opener featured great execution by veteran …

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Adam Shuler Wants to See Improvement on Defense

Before transferring to the University of Florida in 2018, defensive lineman Adam Shuler played two seasons at West Virginia. He appeared in all 13 games last season, starting 10 of them. Shuler totaled 39 tackles, 3.5 losses, and 3.5 sacks. As a redshirt junior, he was given the opportunity to …

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Phillies Welcome Joe Girardi As New Manager

The Philadelphia Phillies had an unfortunate run with an 81-81 record under former manager Gabe Kapler. He was fired on Oct. 10, leaving the Phillies on the hunt for a new team manager. In a press conference on Monday, the team announced that Joe Girardi would take on the role. …

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Ten Undefeated Teams left in College Football

Week 9 just kicked off in the 2019 college football season, and there are still ten undefeated teams remaining.  The Wisconsin Badgers just recently fell off the list last week after losing 24-23 against Illinois. The Boise State Broncos also just fell short after their Saturday lose against BYU. 1️⃣0️⃣ …

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The Washington Nationals Beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1 in Game 4

The Nationals had a 4-3 victory against the Brewers in the National League Wild Card Game. This sent the team to face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Divisional Series that started Oct.3. Both teams made history. The Dodgers had a record 106 wins during the regular season. …

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The Brewers and Nationals Kick Off the MLB Playoffs

The Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals kick off the 2019 MLB Playoffs tonight. Both teams are going head-to-head in the National League Wild Card game. The Brewers finished second in the NL Central, while the Nationals also finished second in the NL East.  The game is being hosted in Washington …

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Kansas City Royals’ Manager Ned Yost Steps Down

The Kansas City Royals announced that manager Ned Yost will be stepping down at the conclusion of the season. This announcement was released via Twitter on Monday after the team’s defeat against the Minnesota Twins that put their 2019 record at 57-100. This loss marked the second season in a …

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Jags CB Jalen Ramsey Requests Trade

Sunday night wasn’t only disappointing for the Jags because of their defeat against the Houston Texans, but also because of the altercation that erupted on the sidelines. What Happened? During the game, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ Corner Back Jalen Ramsey blew up at Coach Doug Marrone. Jalen Ramsey is not happy. …

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Pete Alonso Takes the MLB Lead on Home Runs

Record-Setting The New York Mets and Arizona Diamondbacks played their first game of the series Monday night. Besides the Mets 3-1 win, it ended up being a monumental game for one player in particular. Pete Alonso surpassed Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout’s MLB home run lead with his solo shot …

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Andrew Luck’s Surprise Retirement Leaves Former Gator Jacoby Brissett as a Starter

With Andrew Luck retiring, former Gator Jacoby Brissett is the presumptive starter in Indianapolis. Luck’s Sudden Retirement Andrew Luck, the 29-year-old Quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, announced his retirement during the NFL preseason. He had a successful run with the colts, as he led them to the playoffs four times. …

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