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Trask’s Story Grows On The Road

Trask, no. 11, will look to etch his name into the list of Gator Greats

“Welcome to Death Valley — where opponents’ dreams come to die.” That was LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron’s message to viewers when ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi interviewed him ahead of the Tigers’ top-10 matchup with the Florida Gators on Saturday. Classic Coach O. “Welcome to Death Valley where opponents dreams come …

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Hawthorne’s “Discipline” Leads to 24-8 Football Victory Over Williston in Make-Up Game

The Hawthorne High School football team comes out victorious in a weather make up game Monday night as they beat Williston 24-8. Williston scored on the last play of the third quarter to try and get back in the game but the Hornets answered back to put the game away.  …

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PGA Tour golfer Billy Horschel to be named to UF Athletic Hall of Fame

It’s homecoming week, and football seems to be all of the craze. But Gators athletes of every sport will see spotlight this weekend; one of them being a Floridian golf legend. Gators golf alum and former FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel is among the nine names being honored in the …

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Hornet’s Offense Loses Four Possessions to Turnovers, Resulting in a Dixie County Victory 20-13

Interviews and Videos by Chase Anschultz Photos and Writing by Rylee McIver With four turnovers, Hawthorne’s offense performed below expectations against the Dixie County Bears. Key’shaun Williams walked off the field at halftime, having thrown an interception and fumbling within the five-yard line. “We got sloppy,” Head Coach for Hawthorne, …

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Hawthorne’s Defense Propels the Hornets to a 14-6 Win Over Evangelical Christian, Featuring Two Former Gators as Coaches

On the road, the Hawthorne Hornets took a four hour trip to Fort Myers Friday afternoon to play a non-conference game against the Evangelical Christian Sentinels and the Hornets came away with a 14-6 win to move them to 2-1 on the season. Turnover City In the first quarter alone, …

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Belk College Kickoff Features Carolina Battle

It’s the student against the master when Carolina schools take the field at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte for the Belk College Kickoff. Will Muschamp’s South Carolina Gamecocks square off with Mack Brown’s North Carolina Tar Heels at 3:30 on Saturday. https://twitter.com/belkbowl/status/1138812650291417089 The Gamecocks and Tar Heels used to …

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Former Gator Isaiah Stokes Transfers to Memphis

Florida forward Isaiah Stokes has transferred to the University of Memphis. The 6’8″, 270 pound forward spent the last two years with the Gators before making the move. Former Florida forward, Isaiah Stokes has committed to Memphis. #GTG #MemphisMBB pic.twitter.com/1FsHlkEM5h — NCAA Recruiting (@EditsRecruiting) August 28, 2019 The move comes …

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Andrew Luck’s Surprise Retirement Leaves Former Gator Jacoby Brissett as a Starter

With Andrew Luck retiring, former Gator Jacoby Brissett is the presumptive starter in Indianapolis. Luck’s Sudden Retirement Andrew Luck, the 29-year-old Quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, announced his retirement during the NFL preseason. He had a successful run with the colts, as he led them to the playoffs four times. …

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Silver Anniversary Season for Coach Becky Burleigh and Gators Soccer Begins This Weekend

Coach Becky Burleigh stunned the soccer community in 1995 when she arrived at the University of Florida to coach its brand new soccer program. Burleigh has accumulated 414 wins, 112 loses and only 36 ties in her 25-year spell as Florida soccer’s only head coach. Gators soccer will open up …

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