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Outpouring of Support for Former Gator Neiron Ball

Former Gator linebacker Neiron Ball is synonymous with the word courage. During his time with the Gators, he sat out his entire sophomore season in 2011 due to a health condition. Ball’s diagnosis with an arteriovascular malformation condition sidelined him. Despite this, he was able to get back on the …

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Patriots Begin Quest to Repeat at Training Camp

The landscape of the NFL has changed tremendously over the past 20 years. Teams rise to prominence, only to fall just as quickly. The constant for the past two decades has been the success of the New England Patriots. The Patriots have put together one of the greatest dynasties in …

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Several Gator Track Stars Qualify for World Championship

During their times at the University of Florida, Grant Holloway and Will Claye showed the country how talented they are. Now, they are about to show the world. At the USA Championships, Holloway and Claye were just two of the 10 former Gator track and field stars who qualified for …

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Gators Host Top Recruits at Friday Night Lights

It’s a Florida Gator football tradition spanning close to a decade. Friday Night Lights, one of Florida’s premier recruiting events, takes place Friday night at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. This event was created by former head coach Urban Meyer. Since then, it has been a fixture of the program’s recruiting …

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Former Gator Ben Troupe Representing Florida on Georgia Airwaves

Former Florida Gator tight end Ben Troupe is representing his alma matter in enemy territory. He is currently a sports talk radio host for the “Three and Out,” the flagship show on ESPN Coastal in Georgia. Troupe, a native of Georgia, is constantly going toe-to-toe with Georgia Bulldog fans on …

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Rays’ losing skid continues while Marlins flirt with perfection

The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins have been eerily similar as of late. Both teams have been struggling, with the Rays’ struggles being more prominent. The Rays’ losing skid has them sliding down the postseason standings as their playoff chances look more and more like dreams. On the other …

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Ryan Day and Ohio State Begin Post-Urban Meyer Era

There’s a new leader for the Ohio State football program. New head coach Ryan Day replaces Urban Meyer, who retired at the end of last season after seven seasons as head coach. Despite the change in leadership, the Buckeyes remain one of the most talented teams in college football. At …

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Mike White Addresses Additions to the Roster

This offseason has been a good one for Florida Gator men’s basketball coach head coach Mike White. Since Florida’s Round of 32 exit, the Gators have completely transformed the roster, with the additions of highly recruited freshmen and talented transfers. One of those transfers is Virginia Tech’s Kerry Blackshear Jr., …

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Joe Moorhead Explains Lessons Learned in First Year at Mississippi State During SEC Media Days

In his first year as head coach at Mississippi State, Joe Moorhead faced a tough challenge; continuing to build the Mississippi State program. Moorhead laid his own foundation for the program in 2018. The Bulldogs finished with a 8-5 record and an Outback Bowl appearance. This would be a successful …

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