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Charlie Jordan

I'm a senior studying Political Science at the University of Florida. Multimedia Sports Reporter for ESPN Gainesville 95.3 and WUFT - Passionate about life, sports, and fitness.

Ball is Life: Lonzo’s Journey

Few NBA players have carried the same amount of attention into their rookie season as 19-year-old Lonzo Ball. There’s a good reason for that, because most NBA players aren’t plagued with the constant shadow of their overbearing father. Other high school superstars like 16-year-old Zion Williamson have gone viral with …

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LeBron James: “The Chosen One”

Shortly after dropping 29 points and going 12-19 from the field, along with 16 rebounds and 9 assists, LeBron James’ first words were, “I’m out of shape.” “Very out of shape for my expectations,” James continued. Understandable, considering the four-time league MVP barely played in the NBA preseason. James was …

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Suspended Gator Hospitalized After Scooter Accident

Gator defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis is in the hospital after a “serious car accident” involving a scooter. While details are still scarce, Davis’ lawyer confirmed the report about his client’s hospital admission. Davis is one of nine Florida football players suspended indefinitely due to a UFPD investigation into credit card …

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BREAKING: Northern Colorado at Florida Cancelled

In response to Hurricane Irma, the University of Florida has canceled the Gators home opener against Northern Colorado. Florida had previously moved the game to a noon kickoff instead of 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. Florida Athletics Director Scott Stricklin explained the University’s reasoning in an official statement. “As the Hurricane’s …

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College Football Preview: Nicholls at Texas A&M

This Saturday at 6 p.m., Texas A&M will have a chance to redeem themselves after their terrible loss against the UCLA Bruins last week.  The Aggies go against Nicholls College, which looks like it could be a tough matchup as both of the teams had close results in their previous …

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Two More Gator Football Suspensions Announced

The Florida Gator football team has faced constant adversity in preparation for their season opener against the Michigan Wolverines. Since the Advocare Classic was announced, Florida has been the undisputed underdog. Now, the Gators face two more suspensions in light of their season opener. Adding Onto the Suspensions In addition …

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Gator Softball Bounces Back Against OSU, Advances to NCAA Super Regional

The Florida Gator softball team (53-7) earned the Gainesville Regional title after bouncing back 5-0 against the OSU Cowgirls (38-25) in Game 7. Florida advances to the NCAA Super Regional after falling 1-0 against Oklahoma State in Sunday’s early game. Game One struggles Despite racking up 13 strikeouts and giving …

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Florida Softball Eliminated From SEC Tournament in Loss to Ole Miss

The nation’s top-ranked Florida softball team (50-6) fell 2-0 against the Ole Miss Rebels (38-18) in the quarterfinals of the SEC Softball Tournament Thursday in Knoxville, Tennessee. The loss eliminates the Gators from the tournament.   Starting pitcher Delanie Gourley is 18-4 this season after shouldering the loss for top-seeded Florida. Rebel …

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Gator Softball Takes SEC Series at Tennessee Despite Sunday Loss

The top-ranked Florida Gator softball team (46-4) fell 5-1 on the road Sunday against the eighth-ranked Tennessee Volunteers (42-8). Despite dropping the series finale, Florida took the SEC series 2-1, with consecutive shutout wins on Friday and Saturday. Florida hasn’t won a softball series in Knoxville since 2012. SEC Champs …

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