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Buffalo Bills in a Tricky Situation

The Buffalo Bills have been the epitome of an average football team; never good enough to make the playoffs but never bad enough to receive a top five pick in the draft. They are 24-24 over the past three seasons, and have not cracked double digit wins or made the …

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SEC Distributes $40 million Plus To Member Schools

SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Thursday that league schools will receive an average of over $40 million in revenue from the 2015-2016 fiscal year…all of this money just for being a part of the conference.  The revenue does not include bowl money that is retained by each school. The $584.2 million …

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Los Angeles: New Home of the Chargers

The San Diego Chargers are officially moving to Los Angeles to become the Los Angeles Chargers.  After much debate, the Chargers made the news official earlier today. Chargers to Relocate to Los Angeles News Release: https://t.co/mZrHOaG53y pic.twitter.com/9Xrt8rYpmc — Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) January 12, 2017 Reasons for the Move Qualcomm …

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Patriots Extend Playoff Run To Eight

The  New England Patriots will make a postseason appearance for the eighth consecutive year, alongside the Green Bay Packers (10-6). Both teams finished on top of their division, in route to their playoff streaks extending to a franchise high. Another Year, Another Dominant Regular Season Around this time of the year, …

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Florida Gator Caleb Brantley Declares for NFL Draft

Yet another Florida Gator football player has declared for the NFL draft. Defensive linebacker Caleb Brantley will forego his senior season to pursue his professional career. Brantley made this announcement today in a SEC Country article. https://twitter.com/RichYungg57/status/817416174371737600 Overcoming Adversity Having the opportunity to pursue a professional football career wasn’t always …

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FEATURE: The Man Behind the Microphone

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An outsider looking in at the city of Gainesville will see a population enthralled with Florida Gator Sports. This is not a wrong assumption but, they are missing something very vital, high school sports. Towns around the Gainesville community close down on Friday nights for high school football, or weeknights for …

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