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Rankings Released: LSU on top, Bama bounced

For the second week in a row, 13 committee members found themselves locked in a conference room at the Gaylord Texan Resort as they deliberated who would top the college football world. By the end of their deliberations, the pool of members composed of athletic directors, former players and coaches, …

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Ohio State In The Drivers Seat For CFP

After being ranked number one in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, Ohio State still has a ways to go before the season comes to an end. The Buckeyes are headed into the thick of things when it comes to Big Ten action. Ohio State will go up against Maryland, …

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Former Gators Coach Mike Locksley Hired as Maryland Head Coach

Alabama Offensive Coordinator Mike Locksley is the new Maryland Terrapins Head Coach, the school announced Tuesday night. The former Gator running backs and recruiting coordinator also won the Broyles Award Tuesday, an award given to the top assistant coach in college football. People outside the DMV won’t get it, but people …

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Ravens Give RGIII Another Shot at the NFL

From the nation’s capital to the rock’n’roll capital of the world, Robert Griffin III will head to Baltimore; the world’s crab cake capital. The Ravens signed Griffin to a one-year deal Wednesday morning. #PlayLikeARaven — Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) April 4, 2018 RGIII Review The former Heisman Trophy winner is …

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Gators Softball: Florida Blanks Maryland and Iowa State

Florida ended the second day of the Aquafina Invitational with a 12-0 and 8-0 win against the Maryland Terrapins and Iowa State Cyclones, respectively. Aleshia Ocasio got her sixth win of the season to improve to 6-1 after a three-inning, two strikeout performance. On the other hand, Kelly Barnhill returned to …

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FEATURE: Rhamat Alhassan Leaving Her Mark on Gator Volleyball

Seven years ago you could have told those close to Rhamat Alhassan that she would be one of the best college volleyball players and very little would have believed you. That’s because the Glenarden, Maryland native did not pick up volleyball until her sophomore year in high school. In fact, she …

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Student-Athlete Aspires to Be a Sports Reporter

A vast majority of student-athletes stop playing competitive sports after they graduate. Most of them need to know what they want to do with their lives once they leave the campus of their university. Alex Puller is no different. She came to the University of Florida with a competitive spirit …

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Vanderbilt vs. Northwestern NCAA preview: What You Need to Know

With a record of 19-15, college basketball teams would not in the past have been competing as an at large team in the NCAA Tournament. This year, Vanderbilt performed the unheard of, officially being the first team in history with 15 or more losses to make the Big Dance. Northwestern …

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