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USMNT continues Kickoff Series with match against Colombia

The United States soccer men’s national team (USMNT) takes on two top-25 teams in Colombia and Peru in October. To begin with, the USMNT will face Colombia on Oct. 11 in Tampa, Florida. The game is a part of the six-match Kickoff Series in preparation for 2022 FIFA World Cup …

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USA, Mexico and Canada to Host 2026 FIFA World Cup

Despite the U.S. not being in the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia, it’s still a good day to be an American soccer fan. FIFA has awarded the 2026 World Cup to the united North American bid consisting of the United States, Mexico and Canada. https://twitter.com/united2026/status/1006851829769129984 Via a joint statement …

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USA’s Performance in 2018 Winter Olympics

As the 2018 Winter Olympics head into their second weekend, let’s recap Team USA’s performance thus far and what’s on the schedule today. Performance in Pyeongchang Currently, Team USA has eight medals in all, which puts them at number five in the Medal Race. They are behind Norway (19), Germany …

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Winter Olympics Update

The 2018 Winter Olympics are currently in full swing in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The best athletes in their respective sports are given the ability to compete on the world’s biggest stage, and it has certainly not disappointed thus far. Medal Tracker: Top Ten Countries: Country Gold Silver Bronze Total Norway …

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No. 9 Gator Men’s Tennis Looks to Improve to 2-0

Gator Tennis

The Florida Gators men’s tennis team hosts the ITA Kickoff Challenge Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, the Gators match-up against the University of South Alabama at 2 p.m. Like the Gators, South Alabama won their 2018 season opener 6-1; however, the Gators are a very different beast than Xavier University …

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Dr. Larry Nassar is Sentenced by an Emotional Judge Aquilina

“I just signed your death warrant,” Judge Rosemarie Aquilina said as she sentenced Lawrence G. Nassar with 40 to 175 years in prison for multiple sex crimes. The former doctor for the United States gymnastics team was faced by more than 150 victims, who bravely appeared in court, and many, looking …

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Senior Alex McMurtry Shines in Gator Gymnastics Home Opener

This collegiate gymnastics season is Florida standout Alex McMurtry’s last. She was the de facto team leader as a junior, but this year, she looks even better. During Florida’s home opener against top ranked LSU, McMurtry gave the Gators a show. Despite not competing on floor due to a back …

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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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NFL Discusses Racial Injustice Protests

Protests in the NFL are creating quite the controversy on and off the field. In recent events, NFL players have been kneeling to represent racial injustice within the country. The protest has not only caught the eyes of the fans, but everyone around the country. The NFL felt it was …

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Trump’s Controversial Comments Light NFL World on Fire

The national anthem eulogizes the history and tradition of the United States. At every professional sporting event, people from each branch of the military are honored during the national anthem while everyone stands to show their respect. Last year, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to kneel instead of …

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