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Harrison Smajovits

Harrison is a sports coordinator at ESPN 98.1 FM/850 AM WRUF. He served as a beat writer for Florida Gators football in 2019 and contributes to WRUF's Trending Now segments. Harrison has been a content writer for WRUF since Jan. 2019.

Trace Armstrong Looks Back at his Career

Trace Armstrong has been out of the spotlight since he retired in 2003. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t around to share a couple of stories from his playing days. From his time with the Gators to a 15-year playoff career, he has some to choose from. College Journey Raised …

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Return of MLB Gets Shaky

The hopes were MLB and the MLBPA would find an agreement this week. So far, it hasn’t happened. Comments by the players haven’t helped either. The war over dollars has instilled fear in many that there won’t be a baseball season this year. While some players returned for voluntary practice, …

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NBA Should Have Plan by June 1

In the last 24 hours prior to the of the publishing this article, sources have reported that the NBA will have a plan to recall players by June 1. Many players have stayed in-market, but others returned home. Some returns to home required international travel. Maverick’s Luka Doncic, for example, …

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NCAA Votes to Allow Returns to Campus

Voluntary athletic activities for football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball can resume starting June 1. The NCAA DI Council approved the vote on May 20. The committee said that decisions on other sports will be made at a later date. Athletes will be able to return for the first time …

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Former Gator Fedora Settling into Role at Baylor

Sixteen years since serving as Florida’s offensive coordinator, Larry Fedora takes on that position at Baylor. Fedora will be joining the trio at Baylor in 2020 that is in their first year at their positions. Road Back to Waco This won’t be Fedora’s first stint at Baylor. He was a …

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How an AD handles COVID-19

Even without sports to be played, athletic directors around the country are at work. Fall sports remain on the schedule, but there are question marks. Like professional sports, college sports need to assess if fans can come to games. Travel will be a serious consideration as a game might be …

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There’s Live Baseball Tonight…Seriously!

The sports deprivation is over, and there is live baseball. ESPN has reached an agreement with the KBO League to air live game stateside. For many, this will be a nice sign after weeks of no sports due to the coronavirus pandemic.  This is the highest level of professional baseball …

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WWE Releasing Wrestlers

Some high-profile names were among those who were let go by WWE on April 15. Due to coronavirus-related budget cuts, the WWE announced on that day it would lay off employees and on-screen talent. Key releases include former Drake Maverick, Lio Rush and Zack Ryder. The organization let go of …

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