Kyle Fansler

Originally from Seminole in the Tampa Bay area, Kyle is a contributor for ESPN Gainesville as well as local NPR and PBS affiliate WUFT. Kyle wants to get into sports with a lofty dream of being a sports broadcaster. He was raised playing soccer and baseball while watching hockey and football, so the knowledge about various sports is fairly extensive.

Payton likes Saints’ direction, quarterbacks

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton might have some tough decisions to make this offseason. With future-Hall-of-Fame quarterback Drew Brees set to retire, Payton’s task is replacing the man who leads the NFL in passing yards and completions. Brees also ranks second all time in passing yards per game …

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Magic’s concerns continue with loss to Raptors

Concerns and struggles certainly seem to be mounting in Orlando. On Sunday, the Orlando Magic lost to the Toronto Raptors 102-115, a third-straight loss for Steve Clifford’s squad. Frustrating loss to “in-state” foe The Orlando Magic’s trip to Tampa was an attempt to cancel a two-game losing skid against a …

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Cheronis, Saints set for 2021 volleyball season

Santa Fe Saints Volleyball Head Coach Nick Cheronis joined Sportscene with Steve Russell today to discuss the coming 2021 season. Uncertainty and Inconsistency If there was ever a word to describe the last 12 months, uncertainty might take the cake. Volleyball, usually a fall sport, is no different. As Coach …

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Embiid, Sixers Survive Depleted Heat, 137-134.

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The City of Brotherly Love only yielded heartbreak for the Miami Heat. With both teams missing several key players, the Philadelphia 76ers held on in overtime to survive against the defending Eastern Conference Champions. Early game-of-the-year candidate Pregame, the Heat-Sixers matchup looked dissimilar to the closely contested games seen in recent …

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