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Will Levenson

Will Levenson is a Journalism and Sports Media major at UF. He produces daily shows for WRUF, including "Sport Scene with Steve Russell," "Harp on Sports," and "The Tailgate." In addition, Will provides weekly sports updates for WUFT News and radio Sportscenters for WRUF radio. Will has been a writer at ESPN Gainesville since September 2019.

Derek Jeter Talks Marlins’ Future

Since taking over as CEO for the Miami Marlins in August 2017, former Yankee great Derek Jeter has brought a winning culture to the franchise. Upon entering the franchise, Jeter was forced to completely reboot an organization that was left in shambles from the previous regime. Building Toward a Bright …

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MLB Season Set to Start On Time

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to ravage the nation, Major League Baseball has grown concerned with it’s current set start time for the 2021 season. However, the league’s proposal to move the start date back a month was rejected by the league’s players. The Proposal Planning for an April 1 …

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Offseason Begins for Ravens, Browns

Sunday wrote an end to a pair of AFC North teams’ hopeful postseason runs. The Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns fell short to the conference’s top two seeds this weekend. Despite what many would consider a successful season for both, neither walked away satisfied. Cleveland’s Valiant Effort Falls Short With …

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Alabama Faces Ohio State in National Championship

The day has finally arrived. After many months of blood, sweat, and tears the 2020 college football season comes down to this. Top-ranked Alabama takes on third-ranked Ohio State from sunny South Florida. With kickoff just hours away, we’ll get you set for what could be the game of the …

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Bills Meet 49ers in Arizona for MNF

In this ever-unusual Covid-19 year, the San Francisco 49ers (5-6) find themselves without a home. The city of Santa Clara, the home of the 49ers’ stadium and practice facility, has prohibited contact sports for the next three weeks. Thus, the Niners can not practice or play at Levi’s Stadium. Earlier …

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