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Dewayne Cook

22 years old from Pensacola, FL. Telecommunications major at the University of Florida with a focus on Sports News, also pursuing a minor in Communication Studies.

Gators Escape Against ECU, “Embarrassing” According to McElwain

It was not a pretty day in Gainesville. Gray clouds and heavy rain dominated the forecast all day prior to kickoff, but then the rain let up on what most believed would be a dominating Gator football victory. The East Carolina Pirates, however, had other plans. ECU struggled last week against …

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Grier Named Starter Against ECU

Florida coach Jim McElwain has named redshirt freshman Will Grier the starting quarterback for Saturday night’s game against East Carolina. This will be Grier’s first start for the cafe-continental.com ; canadian cougar dating site ; newsgrounds dating sims ; dating princess ; sag dating another sag ; dating again ; …

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McElwain, Gators Prepare for ECU

It’s been eight short months since the Florida Gators and East Carolina Pirates met on the gridiron. That game came on a rainy, cold day in Birmingham, Alabama and the Gators were able to escape with a 28-20 victory. Florida’s head coach, Jim McElwain, was in attendance for that one, …

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Gators Offense Shines in McElwain’s Debut

There’s been a dark cloud over Gainesville the past several years when it came to offensive football.  Points were hard to come by and as the losses piled up, Gator fans decided to stay away. Dark clouds were over Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at kickoff Saturday between the Florida Gators and …

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Collins, Gators Ready to Showcase ‘Psycho Defense’

#BDN Best Defense in the Nation. The hashtag above is one of the many motivational factors used by new Florida defensive coordinator, Geoff Collins. The Florida Gators will begin the 2015 football season on Saturday as the New Mexico State Aggies will roll in to Gainesville, and Collins, the mastermind …

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Trenton High Kicker Wins Award

Trenton High School junior kicker Marcus Mannerstedt has been awarded the John Williams Award, given to the top kicker in the North Central Florida area. Mannerstedt finished the regular season 5-for-5 on field goal attempts, with a long of 37, and added two more field goals to his stat line …

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Tampa Bay Lightning Season Comes to An End

The Tampa Bay Lightning lost 4-3 and were officially swept in the first round of the NHL’s Eastern Conference playoffs by the Montreal Canadians. The last time the Lightning won a playoff series was in the 2010-2011 season when they advanced all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing …

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Beal, Wizards Prepare for NBA Playoffs

The Washington Wizards (43-38) are going to the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2008 where they lost to the Lebron-led Cleveland Cavaliers 4-2 in the first round. Led by two young up-and-coming stars in starting point guard John Wall and starting shooting guard, former Gator Bradley Beal, the Wizards will …

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Football Spring Practice: Muschamp Pleased With Offensive Development

The Florida Gators have six spring football practices under their belt and expect to have their first scrimmage of the year on Saturday. While the defense continues in the fourth year of the same system, the offense is starting over from scratch for the third time in four years. New …

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Emmitt Smith Series Part 4: Life After Football

Emmitt Smith Part 4 Wrap Leaving the game of football was one of the hardest decisions Emmitt Smith ever had to make. After having one of the most successful careers in NFL history, Smith finally decided to hang up his cleats for good on February 4th, 2005. With multiple Super Bowl …

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