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University of Florida Showcases New Plan for $100 Million Facilities Upgrade

Sep 17, 2016; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators athletic director Jeremy Foley during the second half against the North Texas Mean Green at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the North Texas Mean Green 32-0. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has unveiled a new plan for a $100 million facilities upgrade for the school’s football, baseball and softball programs. Foley said that football, baseball and softball were the school’s main priorities at the moment for renovation and addition. The plan to pay for …

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Mike Holloway Attends Rio Track and Field Trials

Jun 10, 2016; Eugene, OR, USA; Florida Gators coach Mike Holloway hoists the national champion trophy aloft as the Gators win the men's team title during the 2016 NCAA Track and Field championships at Hayward Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Spor

The 2016 Track and Field Olympic Trials are complete which means the Rio Olympic games are just around the corner.  At the event several Gators (current and alumni) qualified for  the Olympics in Rio. Florida Gators Track and Field Head Coach Mike Holloway was in attendance for the trails. Those not aware (which you should be) …

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Olympic Trials: 27 Gators Making A Run To Represent Team USA

Jun 10, 2016; Eugene, OR, USA; Najee Glass runs the anchor leg on the Florida 4 x 400m relay that finished second in 3:0012 to clinch the team title during the 2016 NCAA Track and Field championships at Hayward Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The University of Florida’s Track and Field program will send 27 former, past, and future Gators to the United States Olympic Trials, which runs from July 1 to July 10. How will the 2016 Olympics, in Rio De Janiero, be similar to every Olympic Games since the year 1992? Every U.S. Olympic team since then, has featured at least one athlete coached …

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