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A New Day at Ohio State

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer will retire after the Rose Bowl game against the Washington Huskies. Meyer’s role as head coach has some big shoes to fill, as he posted the 4th-best winning percentage all-time. He also coached the Buckeyes to a perfect 7-0 record against rival Michigan. However, it’s …

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Two Quick Goals Propel the Anaheim Ducks Past the Tampa Bay Lightning

The Tampa Bay Lightning are one of the NHL’s elite teams right now, alongside the Nashville Predators, Toronto Maple Leaves and Buffalo Sabres. However, the Anaheim Ducks came in to Tampa Bay and played phenomenal defense in route to a 3-1 victory over the Lightning. Aside from Right Winger Nikita …

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Star Running Back Le’Veon Bell Ineligible for Rest of 2018 Season

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell didn’t show up to the deadline to sign his franchise tag. The deadline was on Tuesday at 4 p.m. As a result, Bell is no longer eligible to play football the rest of the season and missed out on the $14.5 million salary left …

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No. 1 Ranked Kansas Outlasts No. 10 Michigan State in Champions Classic Showdown

The Champions Classic features four college basketball teams that have championship pedigrees. Beginning in 2011, Kentucky, Duke, Michigan State and Kansas have taken turns going at each other to tip-off their respective seasons. Freshman Stand Outs New talent and freshman phenoms headlined the night for the No.1 Kansas Jayhawks. Freshman …

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NFL Trade Deadline Recap: Fowler Jr. to the Rams, Tate to the Eagles

The NFL trade deadline frenzy ended on Tuesday with some blockbuster deals highlighting the day. Some NFL teams included players with expiring contracts, that stacked their draft picks. On the other hand, some teams stacked their roster for a Super Bowl push. Jacksonville Jaguars Trade Dante Fowler Jr. to the …

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Chris Sale vs. Clayton Kershaw World Series Pitching Matchup Fizzles Out

Coming into Game 1 of the World Series, two elite pitchers in Chris Sale and Clayton Kershaw had the potential to showcase some of the top talents in the MLB on the biggest stage. Instead, the offense for the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers showed up big-time, and …

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Tyler Johnson’s Hat Trick Leads the Tampa Bay Lightning Over the Carolina Hurricanes

The Tampa Bay Lightning start out the season (3-1) after a standout victory over the (4-2-1) Carolina Hurricanes last night. Center Tyler Johnson led the way for the Lightning, netting a hat trick in the 4-2 win. Johnson had not scored a goal prior to the game, but now he …

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Jalen Hudson Plans to Solidify His Spot in the NBA Draft

After making a decision back in May to return for his senior season, shooting guard Jalen Hudson looks to lead the Gators Men’s Basketball team into the 2018-19 season. The schedule doesn’t start out easy, as the Gators face the Florida State Seminoles in their first regular season game on …

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Egor Koulechov Excels In Florida’s 71-54 Win vs. Mississippi State

Egor Koulechov notched 23 points on 9-13 shooting from the field as the Gators took down the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Wednesday night, 71-54. Florida outscored Mississippi State, 36-28, in the second half on their way to a 17-point victory. Both teams were sloppy with the ball, combining for 31 …

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Q&A With Mississippi State Basketball Radio Analyst Richard Williams

The Florida Gators are set to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at Exactech Arena at the O’Connell Center. The two teams met once last season, with UF winning that tilt, 57-52. In anticipation of the match-up, ESPN 98.1 FM’s Steve Russell sat down …

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