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How Nick Saban is adapting to COVID-19 changes

The year is 2020 and Nick Saban just now started using an e-mail address. Times are changing. We’re currently living in unprecedented times where the world is dependent on technology to get us through the day. Saban, the same coach who previously stated he doesn’t even send texts, has shifted over …

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Mississippi State’s Mike Leach Reprimanded For Recent Tweet

Anyone who follows Mike Leach on Twitter knows that he uses the platform for comedic purposes. However, last Wednesday, the newly hired football coach made a controversial joke and quickly removed it. The deleted tweet In an effort to bring humor to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Leach tweeted a picture …

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Trinity Thomas top-4 finalist for Honda Award

The University of Florida has proven to be a top sports program in the country year after year. Most noteworthy, the Gator gymnastics program has earned nine SEC titles and three NCCA championships since 2013. While the Gators gymnastics program is having an outstanding season with a perfect 10-0 overall …

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SEC Extends In-Person Suspension on Athletic Activities

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) extended the in-person suspension for all athletic activities. This includes meetings, training, practices and clinics. The SEC announced this on Friday. All @SEC in-person athletics activities, including practices, meetings, organized gatherings–voluntary or required–including camps & clinics are suspended thru May 31. Virtual film review is permissible …

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Former Gator Al Horford donates $500,000 in COVID-19 relief

A Gator great doing greater things Former Florida Gator basketball sensation Al Horford made an enormous contribution to the community to aid coronavirus relief efforts. The global pandemic that has put the world on pause these last few months has affected millions worldwide. While using Horford’s assistance, he made a …

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Construction on Florida’s new ballpark is right on track

Baseball season may have been cut short, but the Gators have a lot to look forward to. Construction is right on track for a glorious new ballpark that the Florida baseball program will soon call home. Just over a year ago construction began on a new stadium for the Florida …

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COVID-19 cancels spring SEC meetings

Among many other competitions and sporting events, COVID-19 forced the SEC to cancel Spring Meetings. Alternative plans The SEC hosts an annual four-day conference every year in Destin, Florida, in the last week of May. Coaches from all sports, presidents and athletic directors are those who attend the conference. They …

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SEC Allows Virtual Meetings

The Southeastern Conference will now allow virtual meetings between coaches and players in order to continue Spring training. The conference announced that these virtual meetings will be good to start as soon as Monday. At first, the SEC had decided to cancel all sporting events and activities until April 15th. …

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Feature: Two Gator Soccer Players Trying to Go Pro

The Florida Gator soccer team celebrated “Senior Night” on a warm October afternoon in front of a crowd of over 700. The number 20 Gators were about to take on the eighth ranked South Carolina Gamecocks in a battle of ranked SEC teams. Before the match, the seven soon-departing Florida …

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Gurley Inks Contract With Falcons

A number of high-profile players have been on the move this week during the NFL’s free agency period. And on Friday morning, Todd Gurley added his name to the growing list. If you're just waking up, GOOD MORNING. pic.twitter.com/HXc0thfi8i — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) March 20, 2020 According to ESPN insider …

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