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SEC Preview: LSU Takes On South Carolina

The LSU Tigers will be in for a battle tonight when they host the South Carolina Gamecocks in Baton Rouge. These two teams have had quite different seasons; the Gamecocks have only lost four games, while the Tigers are currently on a seven game losing streak. LSU will look to turn things …

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#3 Gators Baseball Practice Kicks Off

While the northern states are worried about shoveling snow, that college baseball team in Gainesville started practicing on Friday. Indeed, Florida Gator baseball held three practices over the weekend as Opening Day approaches. The Gators open the season with a three-game series against William & Mary Feb. 17-19 at McKethan …

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FEATURE: Should College Athletes be Paid?

Some college athletes’ names are among the superstars.  They bring in millions for their schools as well as contribute to other industries such as media and marketing.  If they are making money for others without being compensated, are they being taken advantage of? Should this industry still be considered “amateur”? How would …

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FEATURE: The Rise of Club Sports

Playing sports at the collegiate level is a dream for many student athletes. Unfortunately, it is not something that is attainable for all. However, there is still an option for those wanting to compete on a serious level. While many students choose to stay involved with athletics through intramural sports, …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Preview

Top overall seed Connecticut and No. 4 seed Syracuse will battle for the national title in Indianapolis tonight at 8:30 p.m.  Holding a perfect record of 37-0 the UConn girls will compete for an NCAA-record 11th national championship (4th straight). Syracuse (30-7) clawed their way to the national championship game by beating the Washington …

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