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A New ‘Ville: Franks transfers to Arkansas

Up until Sunday, there wasn’t a quarterback on the Arkansas Razorbacks’ roster that had ever won a game in the SEC. That all changed when former Florida Gator Feleipe Franks announced his transfer destination. After spending three years in Gainesville, Franks’ time as a Gator was cut short after the …

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Three Former Gators Return with Team USA for Exhibition Game

Three former Gators will return to Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium to face Florida as members of Team USA in an exhibition game on Feb. 11. Michelle Moultrie, Aubree Munro and Kelsey Stewart will have the chance to play at their Alma matter one more time before representing the US in …

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Former Gator Associate AD helps UNC Charlotte reach first bowl game

The UNC Charlotte 49ers began its football program just seven seasons ago. The end of 2017 only brought disappointment to players and fans – the team won just one game. But the program made a huge change and brought in Mike Hill in early 2018 to take over as the …

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Former Florida Defensive Coordinator Charlie Strong Out at USF

After his third season with the Bulls, Charlie Strong has been relieved of his head coaching duties at the University of South Florida. Athletics announces change in leadership of football program. https://t.co/xJzDkwROKG — USF Athletics (@USFAthletics) December 1, 2019 Announced on Sunday afternoon, University of South Florida Vice President of …

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Orlando Magic Defeat Beal and Wizards

Orlando Magic, Washington Wizards, Bradley Beal, Evan Fournier, Nikola Vucevic

The Orlando Magic picked up their third-straight win Sunday night with a 125-121 victory over the Washington Wizards in the Amway Center. Nikola Vucevic led his team with a 30-point, 17-rebound double-double. Former Gator guard Bradley Beal put up 34 points and eight assists in 40 minutes, but it wasn’t …

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Hawthorne’s Football Season Ends in the Second Round of Playoffs with a Loss to Pahokee 28-14

Two Hawthorne fumbles set the stage for a Pahokee playoff win. The Pahokee Blue Devils scored twice early on after a fumble by the Hornets in their own territory. Then another recovery in the red zone resulted in a scoring drive with 12 seconds left in the quarter. 14-0 Pahokee …

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Jeff Driskel finds another opportunity in Detroit

Jeff Driskel has seen the highs of the quarterback position and plenty of the lows as he prepares for likely another start in a Detroit Lions uniform in his latest opportunity. Driskel took first-team reps in practice this week, so he is likely to start on Sunday against the Dallas …

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Pete Alonso Named NL Rookie of the Year

Pete Alonso stepped into the batter’s box, waggled his bat once and watched a fastball from Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz come down the heart of the plate. Alonso stepped through, transferred his weight forward and effortlessly sent the pitch sailing in the opposite direction. The ball dropped over the …

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Hawthorne Football Defeats Wildwood 37-21 in a Rainy Battle to Move on to the Regional Semi-Finals

For only the second year ever, the Hawthorne Hornets won a playoff game. All Tied Up At the first Hawthorne possession, offense took the lead. After almost five minutes of playing, Key’Shaun Williams for the Hornets ran in the first touchdown of the evening. However, this was immediately followed by …

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Former Gator David Ross Ready for Cubs Challenge

Former Florida Gator ball player David Ross was introduced as manager of the Chicago Cubs this past weekend after retiring from the MLB after the 2016 season. Ross was given a three-year contract with an option for 2023. Ross played for the Cubs for two years, starting in 2014 and …

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