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Star Cornerback Traded to the Rams

NFL teams have until Oct. 29 to complete trade deals. Yesterday, the Los Angeles Rams concluded three. One of which was for star cornerback Jalen Ramsey. The Jacksonville Jaguars traded Ramsey in exchange for first-round picks in 2020 and 2021, along with a fourth-round pick in 2021. According to ESPN’s …

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Dolphins Making History as They Prepare for Dallas

There are countless stats stating how historically bad the Miami Dolphins have started their 2019-2020 season. They’ve been outscored 102-10 in their first eight quarters of action — 72 more points than they did in their one-win season in 2007. They’ve already lost by more points (49 to the Ravens) …

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Gator Defensive Backs Making It Work

The Florida Gator defense is young, but they are not afraid of a challenge. Defensive Coordinator Todd Grantham’s unit has proven they can make it work. Missing Key Players In Florida’s first home game of the season against Tennessee Martin they lost arguably their best defender, C.J. Henderson. He suffered …

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Lee Corso Previews the Gators and the Upcoming College Football Season

WRUF’s Steve Russell recently talked with ESPN’s Lee Corso about the upcoming college football season. Corso, for lack of a better word, is a college football legend. Sports fans may remember him for his knowledgeable and opinionated analyses on Saturday mornings on the Emmy-Award winning College Gameday – and his head …

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College GameDay, SEC Nation Going to Orlando for Florida-Miami

They’re coming to Orlando. ESPN’s college football pregame shows, College GameDay and SEC Nation, will be broadcasting live in Orlando ahead of the Florida Gator football season opener against the Miami Hurricanes. Even though both shows will be in Orlando on Aug. 24, they’ll be worlds apart. Hey Coach, where …

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Yankees Sweep the Rays

The New York Yankees remain at the top of the American League East by inflicting a mid-week sweep at home over second-place Tampa Bay Rays. The Sweep The Yankees outscored the Rays 21 to four over the three games at the Bronx. As a result, Tampa is now 3.5 games …

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NCAA Pushes Back 3-point Line for Its 2019/20 Basketball Season

College courts around the U.S. will be given makeovers ahead of the NCAA 2019/20 season. The 3-point line will be amplified from its current 20 feet, 9 inches to the official International distance, 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches. NCAA New Regulations This 16 3/4-inch change is not the only modification …

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Possible NFL Expansion to 18 Games

Potential 18-Game Season Roger Goodell recently stated his desire to cut out some of the preseason games out of the schedule. Does this mean the NFL Commissioner is hinting at a possible extended regular season? It is definitely something worth considering. There are positives and negatives to an extended season …

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Women’s March Madness Overview

The time has come for the best women’s basketball teams in the country to face off for the NCAA title. The bracket is live and teams are gearing up to play the first round. ESPN Drops the Ball ESPN Statement Regarding the NCAA Women’s Tournament Bracket https://t.co/NpWbMoDCV2 pic.twitter.com/zffGXI6BTx — ESPN …

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