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Lamar Jackson is more than a ‘running back’

Lamar Jackson has outgained eight NFL franchises this season on the ground. The Ravens quarterback has thrown for more passing yards than more than half the league. The so-called “running back,” which entered the NFL just a year ago, is already proving he’s a legitimate force under center and the …

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Despite Same Records, Texas A&M and Arkansas are Very Different

Both Texas A&M and Arkansas enter Saturday afternoon’s matchup with a 2-2 record. The SEC West foes’ records may look identical on paper, but the number is far from the truth. Arkansas prepares to host the No. 23 ranked Aggies after failing to lead for a single minute against Ole …

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Dolphins Making History as They Prepare for Dallas

There are countless stats stating how historically bad the Miami Dolphins have started their 2019-2020 season. They’ve been outscored 102-10 in their first eight quarters of action — 72 more points than they did in their one-win season in 2007. They’ve already lost by more points (49 to the Ravens) …

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Busy Week for LSU Leads to an FCS Showdown

The LSU Tigers were one of the most talked about college football teams this past week. The No. 4 Tigers (2-0, 1-0 SEC) defeated then-No.9 Texas in a 45-38 showdown at a hostile Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. After the win, Coach Ed Orgeron talked about the lack of air conditioning in …

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Can Texas A&M Enact Revenge on Clemson?

College football really starts now. Last week was week one of the college football season, but it saw just two ranked matchups. This week features two ranked matchups pitting Top-12 opponents against one another. No. 9 Texas will host No. 6 LSU as the site of College GameDay, while No. …

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Preview: Georgia Opens Season with SEC Clash

Vanderbilt begins the college football season with a grueling task ahead. The Commodores will host a rare SEC conference game in Week 1 when No. 3 Georgia comes to Nashville on Saturday night. Because of recent events, it seems like the match should garner even more national attention than initially …

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FEATURE: Relentless Effort: Ida Jarlskog’s Journey from Sweden to Florida

Ida Jarlskog and the Florida women’s tennis team’s practice had ended. Coaches began claiming stray tennis balls, while players gathered their belongings and refueled by the Gatorade coolers. The 5-foot-7-inch Swedish sophomore stayed on the court. “One more time,” she yelled to a Florida assistant. Rep after rep, volley after …

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PREVIEW: Men’s tennis team hosts SEC Tournament

Gator Tennis

The Florida men’s tennis team hasn’t lost a match in two months. Coming off its first outright SEC regular-season championship since 2005, the Gators are ready for postseason play as they prepare to host the SEC Tournament at the Ring Tennis Complex all week long. Entering play as the No. …

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Who will win MVP? Top 8 NBA Players in the MVP Conversation

With the NBA Playoffs less than a month away and players seemingly breaking different records every day, basketball and sports fans alike debate the burning question: Who will win the 2018-2019 Most Valuable Player Award? This list breaks down which players are most deserving of the highly coveted MVP award …

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Magic streaking at right time, look to make a splash in playoff hunt

It’s been seven years since the Orlando Magic played basketball in May. Led by Jameer Nelson and Glen Davis, the NBA landscape and the Magic roster was very, very different in 2012. Not one player from that team, which was ousted in the first round of the playoffs by the …

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