Carson Cashion

Carson Cashion is a second-year student at the University of Florida, and has a major in journalism with a specialization in sports and media. Originally from the Orlando area, Cashion has covered the UF Gymnastics team as well as Oak Hall athletics for ESPN Gainesville.

Heat blow out Bucks, 137-95

While the Milwaukee Bucks opened their season already with a win over the Brooklyn Nets, they traveled to South Beach to take part in Miami’s opening game of the season. The Heat, after suffering a sweep at the hands of Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks in the first round of …

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Bucs Hold On To Defeat Eagles

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After securing an emotional win against his former team in New England last week, business was back to normal for Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sitting comfortably at 4-1 on the season, the matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night did not appear too formidable. While Eagles …

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Buchholz, Chiefland, P.K. Yonge host Friday High School Football Games

As the high school football season enters the meat of the schedule, there are plenty of marquee matchups each week. The highlights for the week include home games for Buchholz, Chiefland and P.K. Yonge. Buchholz welcomes Leon to Gainesville The Buchholz Bobcats were on a roll to start the season, …

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Bucs’ Host Pitts, Falcons in Tampa

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened their season with a thrilling shootout with the Dallas Cowboys. Edging out a final-minute win, the Bucs’ showed off their offensive firepower but left little to be desired on defense. Before heading to the city of angels to take on the Rams in two weeks, …

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Tampa Tops Cowboys in Thriller

As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran out onto the field through two gigantic Lombardi trophies, football fans everywhere rejoiced; the NFL was back. Kicking off the season was Tom Brady and the Bucs’ against Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. The two did not disappoint, combining for seven touchdowns and …

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Gator Soccer Falls to No. 1 Seminoles

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The Florida women’s soccer team faced a Goliath on Thursday night: the number one Florida State Seminoles, led by head coach Mark Krikorian. Florida has not won a game this season, and they will keep searching after a trip to Tallahassee. Suffering two goals from former Gator sophomore Beata Olsson, …

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ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 Join in Alliance

When the SEC announced that Texas and Oklahoma would be joining the conference in 2025, the news sent shockwaves through the college sports landscape. After watching the SEC seemingly try to monopolize college football by taking the two biggest universities from the Big 12, many wondered how the other Power …

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