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CFB Preview: Vanderbilt travels to South Bend to face #8 Notre Dame

In week 3 of the college football season, the undefeated Vanderbilt Commodores travel to South Bend to take on the undefeated #8 Notre Dame Fighting Irish. That’s not a sentence you read every day. The two teams have not played since 1996, and Notre Dame leads the all time series …

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The 2018 NFL Season Kicks Off with Atlanta and Philadelphia

It’s been a long off-season, but it’s finally here. The 2018 NFL season begins tonight as the Atlanta Falcons travel to the City of Brotherly Love to take on the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. The teams last faced each other in the NFL Divisional Round of he playoffs last …

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CFB Preview: South Carolina opens season with Coastal Carolina

You can smell it in the air and hear it in the winds: College Football is almost upon us. On opening Saturday, the South Carolina Gamecocks open their promising season at home against the in-state (but hardly a rival) Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Let’s take a look at some storylines going into …

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts: A Tale of Two Quarterbacks With A Lot To Prove

NFL Preseason. The time of the NFL year where fans watch a teaser of what is to come in hopes to be entertained and satisfied after a football drought. The coaches watch for a different reason. This is where coaches try to see what their starters really look like in …

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Red Sox, Mets Off To Hot Start This Season

The 2018 MLB Season is less than 20 days in and the layout of the league is already beginning to take shape. Two teams, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets, are off to hot starts with two of the best records in Major League Baseball. The Red …

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Armon Gates Named New Florida Gators Basketball Associate Head Coach

There has been one seat open on the bench for the Florida Gators Men’s Basketball Coaching staff since March 22nd. That was when top assistant Dusty May took the head coaching job at Florida Atlantic University. Since May’s departure, Head Coach Mike White has been searching for a new assistant coach to …

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Magical Season for Mississippi State Women’s Basketball Ends In Heartbreak

For the second year in a row the Mississippi State Women’s Basketball Team, led by two-time SEC Coach of the Year Vic Shaefer, was in the National Championship Game. For the second year in a row, they got there after a dramatic overtime win in the Final Four, last year …

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Michigan Advances to the Final Four

History was made on Saturday night, as thunderous cheers shook the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The 3-seed Michigan Wolverines defeated the 9-seed Florida State Seminoles in the Elite Eight 58-54, in what felt like a Michigan home crowd. The Wolverines advanced to their first Final Four since 2013 …

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Rory McIlroy Wins the Arnold Palmer Invitational

When the dust settled on Day 4 of the Arnold Palmer Invitational it was a new, but also familiar face holding the trophy. Rory McIlroy picked up his first win of the Invitational and his first victory since September 25th, 2016. In a poetic coincidence, the Northern Irishman’s last win …

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