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Ryan Lochte Voices Opinion About Olympics Postponement

The Olympic community continues to react to the historic postponement of this summer’s games in Tokyo. The latest athlete to share his opinion on the decision is former Gators swimmer Ryan Lochte. Ryan’s Reaction Around the world, much of the reaction of the athletes is that of understanding. This majority …

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Jason Witten Signs One-Year Deal with Raiders

For the third straight season, tight end Jason Witten is on the move. The future Hall of Famer signed a one-year deal with the Las Vegas Raiders. After retiring from football in 2017, Witten joined the Monday Night Football booth for the 2018 season. Then, one year later, Witten took …

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Gonzaga, Yale secures Tournament spot with more to follow

While some conference tournaments are starting over the next few days, some conferences already have claimed their tournament spot. No. 2 Gonzaga is the latest team marching to March Madness. The Bulldogs won the West Coast Conference title in convincing fashion over Saint Mary’s 84-66 Tuesday night. The Ivy League …

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Full Slate of SEC Men’s Basketball Action as Postseason Draws Near

The time is now for teams across the country. It’s the final stretch of the regular season with teams trying, desperately, to make a postseason push. To find a spot in either the NCAA Tournament or even the NIT, wins are paramount for some teams. Some of those desperate teams …

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Gators host Vanderbilt as they honor Billy Donovan

Saturday night is going to be a special night for Florida Gators basketball. Former head coach Billy Donovan, who led the program to back-to-back national championships, returns to Gainesville. The court inside Exactech Arena will be named after Donovan at halftime. In the midst of all the fanfare of Donovan’s …

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Sophomore Trio Leads Florida to a 78-61 Win over Texas A&M

It was a tale of two halves for the Gators. In the first half, Florida’s offense was fueled beyond the arc. The cost of this success from deep was no inside presence. Then, the script flipped for the Gator offense in the second half. Florida finally found a presence inside …

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No. 11 Auburn Hopes to Keep Winning Steak Rolling against Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide hope to repeat history. Last time Alabama faced its bitter in-state rivals, the Auburn Tigers, the Crimson Tide demolished the Tigers 83-64. This January loss for Auburn knocked them out of the undefeated club. Auburn would drop its next matchup in similar fashion, losing 69-47 on …

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Drake Group Advocates Changing College Athletics

The operation of college athletics is under constant scrutiny. Topics ranging from “pay for play” and coaches’ salaries have been dissected and debated. Despite this, no real change has been made. One organization hopes this changes soon. The Drake Group is an organization, consisting of primarily college faculty, that strives …

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No. 13 Kentucky looks to extend Vanderbilt’s historic skid

When No. 13 Kentucky hosts Vanderbilt Wednesday night, it will be a matchup of two teams going in completely different directions. The Wildcats have been rolling through the conference schedule, one game out of the top spot in the SEC. This position is thanks to a nine game stretch where …

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Benches Clearing Brawl Erupts in Kansas-Kansas State Game

It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows in the Sunflower State Tuesday night as a brawl broke out. As the clock was ticking down the final seconds, the chaos began. Jayhawks forward Silvio De Sousa blocked Wildcats guard DaJuan Gordon’s dunk attempt. The denial at the rim sent the shot into …

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