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Hockey Has No Timetable For Return

Throughout the past few days, there has been no timetable for the return of the NHL season. Due to COVID-19, the NHL has to postpone its season, with the playoffs right around the corner. Not only the NHL, but other sports leagues have postponed or even canceled their season. The …

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Todd Gurley is excited to be back in Georgia with Atlanta

Running back Todd Gurley has recently been traded from the Los Angeles Rams to the Atlanta Falcons. As a result, the Baltimore native has now returned to Georgia, where he played college football. The Rams drafted Gurley in 2015 and played five seasons on the west coast. Now, Gurley is …

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Gators’ Lewis stays for Sophomore Season

Freshman guard Scottie Lewis announces Monday morning he will stay with the Gators for his sophomore season. The McDonald’s All-American was projected to be a one-and-done deal with Florida, but says there is “unfinished business” to attend to. IM BACKKKKKKK @GatorsMBK pic.twitter.com/Dkv7uwRlsQ — Scottie Lewis (@Scott_lewis_23) April 6, 2020 The …

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NHL Players hope for the best

All around the world, due to COVID-19, multiple sports leagues have been cancelled. From soccer, to the NBA, NFL, NHL, and the Olympics, all have been postponed until further notice. No one really knows what is next for sports, but NHL players are hoping for the best. The last NHL …

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Saints, Drew Brees welcome Emmanuel Sanders addition

The New Orleans Saints have signed wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. Sanders signed a two-year deal, with $16 million and a possibility of gaining up to $19 million. With the likes of Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, and Michael Thomas, Sanders brings another force to the Saints. Sanders started his career as …

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Rudy Gobert Opens Up on Coronavirus

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert finally speaks out after testing positive for the coronavirus. Gobert was diagnosed Wednesday night, as the Jazz took on the Oklahoma City Thunder. However, the game was postponed due to the possibility of teammates and fans being infected. Star guard Donovan Mitchell of the Utah …

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Heat Struggle all of February

Throughout February, the Miami Heat have suffered seven losses out of their 11 games so far. They have brought in two new names this month, with Jae Crowder and former Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala. Since being traded to Miami, Crowder is averaging 10.6 points per game, while Iguodala …

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College Hoops Rankings Shake Up

The college basketball world has changed since this past weekend with some key losses by top-ranked teams. New Number One With their big win against No. 1 Baylor, the Kansas Jayhawks have taken the crown of the best basketball team in the NCAA. With a massive 23-point game by Kansas …

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Gators Lacrosse Knocks Off No.1 Maryland on the Road

The Florida Gators Lacrosse team stunned the country as they knocked off the defending champions, No. 1 Maryland. Maryland only lost one game last during the 2019 season. It was the Gators’ sixth overall meeting with the Terps. The Gators broke Maryland’s 86-game home win streak, going all the way …

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Kentucky and Vanderbilt Hoops Tip Off

The battle of the SEC continues where the Kentucky Wildcats go on the road to battle the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Wildcats are ranked No. 12 in the nation while the Commodores continue to struggle. Kentucky is tied for first in the SEC standings with an 8-2 record in conference play …

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