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Columbia Football’s USF Trio on Commitments and Playoffs

Despite losing three out of four heading into the playoffs, optimism is abound for Columbia football, a group led by three USF-committed seniors. Quarterback Jordan Smith, wide receiver Marquez Bell, and edge rusher Le’Vontae Camiel look forward to joining Charlie Strong’s program in Tampa, though a state title is clearly …

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Preview: Gators Softball Hosts South Florida

Florida ends its five-game home stint against a familiar foe. The sixth-ranked Gators play host to the South Florida Bulls at 7 p.m. Wednesday. This is the second-to-last midweek matchup for Florida and the last it will have in the friendly confines of Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. The Gators and …

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Gator Lacrosse Ranks Sixth in Preseason Poll

The Florida Gator lacrosse team is starting off the 2019 season ranking sixth in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) preseason poll. https://twitter.com/GatorsLAX/status/1089946457887494146 2018 Season Review Florida’s 2018 season saw the Gators win their fourth consecutive Big East title. The team advanced all the way to the NCAA Quarterfinals …

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A Look At Non-SEC Florida College Football Team Opening Games

Here’s an inside look of the non-Southeastern Conference including opening games this weekend for college football teams in Florida. No. 21 UCF is the first team to open its season with an AAC clash with Connecticut tomorrow at 7 p.m. On the other hand, USF plays Elon, FAU battles No. …

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NCAA Regional: Gators Softball Play Bethune-Cookman, Players Honored

The Florida Gators softball team will host its 14th consecutive NCAA Regional at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. Only Oregon precedes the Gators as the nations top seed. Bethune-Cookman (31-24), South Florida (38-21) and Ohio State (34-14) are joining Florida in the Gainesville Regional. Florida will battle the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats on …

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Penny Hardaway Takes Over Memphis Tigers

There’s a new trend emerging in college hoops: former NBA greats are returning to their Alma mater to coach on the same court where they began their historic careers. We recently saw it when Chris Mullin took over St. John’s University in 2015, followed by Patrick Ewing reclaiming his former …

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SEC Bowl Previews: From Auburn to Vanderbilt

A whopping 11 out of 14 SEC teams are going bowling this year, ranging from Vanderbilt vs. NC State in the Camping World Independence Bowl to Alabama vs. Washington in the College Football Playoffs. In chronological order, here is an all-encompassing preview of every non-CFP bowl game that has an …

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