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Team USA Upset By France, Serbia in FIBA World Cup

Team USA made headlines for their lackluster roster earlier this summer and it finally came back to bite them. The Americans were defeated by France 89-79, breaking a 58 game win streak in international play. The last time Team USA lost a game in the FIBA world cup was in …

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Jim McElwain Era Begins at Central Michigan

After a season serving as Michigan’s wide receiver coach,  former Gator fo0tball coach Jim McElwain is beginning his tenure back as the head coach at Central Michigan. McElwain’s new chapter begins on Thursday night as the Chippewas face Albany; Central Michigan is coming off a season in which they won …

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Lightning On The Brink of Elimination After Game 3 Loss

After not losing three games in a row all season long, the Tampa Bay Lightning are now reeling. Tampa Bay lost 3-1 to the Columbus Blue Jackets falling down 3-0 in the first round of the NHL Playoffs. Complete Shocker After a season in which the Lightning won 62 games, …

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SEC Baseball Weekend Preview

Another weekend of SEC baseball is upon us as teams get ready for the stretch run. The Gators will be playing host to the Gamecocks. The 2nd ranked Georgia Bulldogs will be heading to Knoxville, Tennessee to face the Volunteers. The eighth ranked LSU Tigers will be traveling to Missouri …

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Rob Gronkowski Retires From NFL

Rob Gronkowski, who is considered by many as the greatest tight end of all time, recently announced his retirement from football. Even though he was in the NFL for under a decade, it is evident that he is on the Mount Rushmore of tight ends. I will be retiring from …

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Florida Gymnastics Places 2nd In SEC Championships

The Florida Gators gymnastics team narrowly knocked off back-to-back conference champions LSU as the ladies placed second at the SEC Championships on Saturday with a 197.75 score. https://twitter.com/GatorsGym/status/1109650710856192000 So Close The Gators were the team standing in the way of LSU’s quest for a third consecutive conference championship and they …

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Relationship With Mother Shaped Kevarrius Hayes

Kevarrius Hayes wasn’t always a basketball player. Living in Pennsylvania at age 10, Hayes stepped onto the basketball court for the first time. “He was the tallest kid on the team, but had no coordination at all,” his mother recalled. His mother, Army Captain Verrice Hayes, was in the army …

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