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Tua’s Health Still Debated Ahead of Draft

People are still split on Tua’s health. Tua Tagovailoa’s draft position is a big debate heading into the NFL Draft on April 23. Who will take him? Will he slip later in the round? These are common topics when discussing highly productive players with checkered medical histories. He reportedly sent …

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Trinity Thomas top-4 finalist for Honda Award

The University of Florida has proven to be a top sports program in the country year after year. Most noteworthy, the Gator gymnastics program has earned nine SEC titles and three NCCA championships since 2013. While the Gators gymnastics program is having an outstanding season with a perfect 10-0 overall …

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Kim Mulkey and Tamika Catchings are Inductees for the Naismith Hall of Fame

The 2020 Naismith Hall of Fame inductees were announced on Saturday. Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Eddie Sutton, Rudy Tomjanovich, Kim Mulkey, Tamika Catchings, Barbara Stevens and Patrick Baumann make up the list. Kim Mulkey Kim Mulkey is one of the most well-known basketball coaches of the decade. Mulkey was …

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SEC Extends In-Person Suspension on Athletic Activities

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) extended the in-person suspension for all athletic activities. This includes meetings, training, practices and clinics. The SEC announced this on Friday. All @SEC in-person athletics activities, including practices, meetings, organized gatherings–voluntary or required–including camps & clinics are suspended thru May 31. Virtual film review is permissible …

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Former Gator Al Horford donates $500,000 in COVID-19 relief

A Gator great doing greater things Former Florida Gator basketball sensation Al Horford made an enormous contribution to the community to aid coronavirus relief efforts. The global pandemic that has put the world on pause these last few months has affected millions worldwide. While using Horford’s assistance, he made a …

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Athletic Directors Brace for Financial Loss

Athletic Departments across the country are feeling the financial pressure build as COVID-19 continues to cause delays and put a hold on athletic departments nationwide. With the health and well-being of their student-athletes at the forefront, finances soon follow as a top worry on the list for the leaders of …

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SEC Changes Championship Hosting

After the NCAA decided to give spring athletes another year of eligibility, the SEC announced that schools set to host conference championships in 2020 will host those events in 2021. SEC schools scheduled to host Conference championship events that were cancelled in 2020 due to issues related to the coronavirus …

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