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Vanessa Kara’s Road to Gator Soccer Success

Gators soccer entered a stage of reconstruction after a 2018 season filled with injuries, departing seniors and average results. Coach Becky Burleigh kept her head high bringing in 10 freshmen and two experienced transfers who would fit the team’s culture and improve the quality all around. Senior Vanessa Kara, a …

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McElwain Hired as Receivers Coach at Michigan

Former Gator football Head Coach Jim McElwain left Florida’s coaching staff in October. After a brief head coaching career between Florida and Colorado State, he will be joining Jim Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan. Reports say he starts Sunday. McElwain with the Wolverines He signed as an assistant offensive coach with …

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Gator Volleyball Smashes the Canes to Move on in NCAA Tourney

Mary Wise said that the 2nd round in the NCAA tournament is always the hardest—she was right. The Florida Gator volleyball team is headed to the NCAA Regional Semi-final after defeating the Miami Hurricanes three sets to one. Florida was led by Shainah Joseph who had a career-high 21.5 points. …

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Fifth College Football Playoff Poll Released Tonight

Moving onto Week 15 in college football, the playoff selection committee will release their fifth poll tonight. This will be the last poll they release before the final playoff selection show on December 3rd. Expect the playoff picture to look differently from this fourth poll released last week. Fourth #CFBPlayoff …

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CFB Preview: Big 12, Big 10 and Pac-12 Feature Big Matchups

Saturdays are for college football, and this weekend’s matchups prove it once again. Three matchups include battles between Top-25 teams. The games we’ll be previewing below are Washington-Utah (Pac-12), Nebraska-Wisconsin (Big 10), West Virginia-Oklahoma State (Big 12) and Michigan-Michigan State (Big 10). Washington-Utah  The Washington Huskies come into the game …

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Gators Women’s Tennis Snag Two Singles Titles in Duke Bonk Invite

Florida’s first tournament of the season took place in Cary, North Carolina this past weekend in the Duke Bonk Invite, as junior Josie Kuhlman and senior Belinda Woolcock both won singles titles. Coming off a season that saw Florida go undefeated in Southeastern Conference play and finish the year ranked #1 …

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NCAA Sweet Sixteen Preview: Miami vs. Villanova

Today marks the start of the NCAA’s Sweet Sixteen and the South Region semifinal kicks off in Louisville between Villanova (31-5) and Miami (27-7). The Wildcats entered the tournament seeded No. 1 last year, this year they sit at No. 2 while Miami is right behind as the No. 3 seed. On top …

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Preview: Florida Men’s Basketball Prepares for The U

The Florida men’s basketball will travel to Coral Gables for just the second time in 25 years tonight to take on the University of Miami at 7 p.m. The last time the two teams met was last season, when Angel Rodriguez’s last second shot gave the Hurricanes a 69-67 victory …

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Dolphins Trounced by Patriots 41-13, Playoff Hopes Look Bleak

The Miami Dolphins fell further in the AFC wild card hunt as they dropped to 7-7 after losing 41-13 to the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Dolphins kept up with the Patriots early, ending the first quarter only down four points. After that, it was all New England as …

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