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Camila Maffuz

Camila is a senior at the University of Florida studying Telecommunications with a specialization in production and a minor in Innovation. She is also seeking a Sports Management certificate. You can also catch Camila every two weeks on UF's student-ran newscast, WUFT, as a sports reporter.

Former Florida Baseball Coach and Hall of Famer Joe Arnold Remembers the Milestones in His Career

Many Gator greats have either played or been part of the staff at the University of Florida, one of these being Joe Arnold. And as we say goodbye to the Alfred McKethan Stadium we start to remember those Gator greats and their accomplishments. Arnold served as the Florida baseball head …

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Hall of Famer and Former Florida Baseball Coach Pat McMahon Looks Back at His Time in the McKethan

In this 2020 season, Florida baseball fans got ready to enjoy one last season at the Alfred McKethan Stadium. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic cut the season short. As a new stadium is being built, players, staff and fans remember their favorite memories at the McKethan. Someone who made remarkable memories …

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NBA Closer on Deciding Possible Return; Still Facing Many Obstacles

Many sport organizations have begun the process of resuming their season as quarantine restrictions start to be dismissed. The NBA is one of the organizations whose season got cut short due to the pandemic. After weeks of uncertainty regarding the return and conclusion of the NBA playoffs, the association is now …

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UGA Athletic Director Greg McGarity Hopeful About Sports Returning

University of Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity is hopeful that athletic activities will resume during the Fall semester. He expressed his expectations after being asked about a meeting scheduled for Friday that will decide the fate of athletic activities going forward. The mentioned meeting refers to the gathering between SEC …

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Still No Definite Plans for NBA Return

Once sports started getting cancelled mid-March due to the coronavirus, many organizations set a date of return. Sports organizations were hopeful to finish their seasons or for some cases, to start them. But as we reached these return dates, many, if not all, had to be extended. One of the …

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Gator Great Keiwan Ratliff Talks Florida Football, Dan Mullen and NFL Career

Keiwan Ratliff is a former Gator defensive back who played during the Steve Spurrier and Ron Zook era. He came back to his alma mater to work under Florida head coach Dan Mullen. Mullen announced the addition of Ratliff as an Assistant Director of Player Personnel back in January of …

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Gators Add Graduate Transfer Emily Sullivan to the Roster

The Gators women’s basketball team has added a graduate transfer to their roster. Emily Sullivan is a six-foot-four forward who will be transferring from North Carolina. The Indiana native played in over 50 games at NC. She is eligible to play for Florida immediately in the 2020-2021 season. Gators women’s …

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XFL Suspends All Operations; No Plans for a Return in 2021

The XFL suspends all operations due to COVID-19 and has no plans to make a return on 2021. The league has laid off almost all of its staff and only very few executive remain employed. This suspension of operations was made on Friday, April 10th in the morning. XFL Chief …

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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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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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