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Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Takes Spotlight in Canton This Weekend

Immortality is drawing near for eight former NFL players. The Pro Football Hall of Fame will welcome the Class of 2018, featuring three first-ballot Hall of Famers: Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher and Randy Moss. . The New HOF Class! Welcome home guys! pic.twitter.com/tlKn5SVucj — Aeneas Williams (@aeneas35) August 3, 2018 …

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Sweet Sixteen Field is Set

The round of 32 has concluded and March Madness continues to roll on with only sixteen teams remaining. Only Two 1-seeds Left After Virginia and Xavier suffered heartbreaking upsets, Kansas and Villanova are the two 1-seeds still standing in the sweet sixteen. Virginia became the first ever 1-seed to lose …

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Schwarz, Horvath Help Gators Improve to 6-0

The Gators(6-0) battled back from an early deficit on Friday night to defeat Miami(2-3) by a score of 7-3. Nick Horvath contributed a career-high 4 RBI to help give Brady Singer his second win of the season. Miami Strikes Early, Not Often The Hurricanes hitters came ready to play and …

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Preview: No. 1 Florida Baseball Travels to Miami for First Road Test

The No. 1 Florida Gators (5-0) have been on a roll to begin their season. This weekend the undefeated Gators hit the road for the first time to take on the Miami Hurricanes (2-2). Florida baseball is 120-128-1 all-time against Miami, but they’re 27-11 under head coach Kevin O’Sullivan. The …

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Clemson Tigers Top Miami Hurricanes for Third Straight ACC Title

For the third year in a row, the Clemson Tigers are ACC Title winners. Going into the game, many expected a hard-fought battle between the Tigers and the Miami Hurricanes. After all, the similarities between the two were glaring. Both Clemson and Miami started the year with new quarterbacks who …

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No. 2 Seed Florida Sweeps Alabama State In First Round

Florida walked out in their blue and white with all the confidence in the world. Looking like a team on a mission, you wouldn’t think they were making their 27th straight tournament appearance. No, instead they looked like a team possessed. Determined to let no one get in their way …

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ACC Championship Preview: Can Canes Top the Tigers?

The kings of the Atlantic Coast Conference will be crowned come Saturday night in Charlotte, North Carolina. The last time these two teams met was in 2015. Back then, Al Golden was in his last year and Miami was trounced in Sun Life Stadium 58-0 by a Dabo Swinney-led Clemson …

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