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MLB Weighing Plans for 2020

Major League Baseball is one of the many leagues across the world at a stadnstill. MLB leaders are still weighing plans for the 2020 season amid COVID-19 uncertainty. Arizona and Florida Plan MLB officials have put forth a few plans for the 2020 season. One of the most recent options thrown …

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Rhule Takes Charge of Panthers

Despite the uncertainty of sports at this time, first-time NFL head coach Matt Rhule takes charge and looks ahead at the 2020 season with Carolina. Panthers Turnover The Carolina Panthers are one of many NFL teams that made big moves and changes following the end of the 2019 season. The …

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Cuban Remains Hopeful for Season

COVID-19 continues to surge through the U.S., but Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban remains hopeful for the NBA season and that sports will make a comeback. NBA Closure On March 11, a game between the Utah Jazz and OKC Thunder changed everything for the NBA and sports in the United …

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Betts Making an Impression in LA

Former Boston Red Sox star Mookie Betts has been making an impression in LA before the season even officially starts. Boston to LA This 2020 season, whenever it will start, will be the first Mookie will play in something other than a Boston jersey. Betts was drafted by the Red …

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Kansas Finishes at No. 1

Although fears surrounding COVID-19 put an end to the college basketball season, the AP poll still released their final rankings. Kansas finishes at No.1. Kansas at No. 1 The final AP poll rankings for the 2019-20 college basketball season put Kansas in the top spot for the fourth time in …

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SEC Responds to COVID-19 Concerns

The SEC responds to the coronavirus, COVID-19, with the decision to suspend activities due to growing fears. UPDATE (12:40 p.m.): The SEC announced that all regular season and championship competition have been suspended until March 30. Fans Restricted SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Wednesday night that league events would continue …

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Bucs Look to Improve Next Season

After a third-place finish in the NFC South and an overall record of 7-9 last season, the Bucs look to improve. The main focal point is Jameis Winston and the quarterback position. Last Season Blunders The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not made the playoffs since the 2007 season. The franchise …

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Local High School Basketball in Regional Playoffs

As the high school basketball regional playoffs continue, local schools like Hawthorne, P.K. Yonge and Eastside are still in the mix. Hawthorne in Semi-Finals The Hawthorne High Hornets are set to host Pahokee High Blue Devils tonight in the Class 1A Regional semi-final matchup. When comparing the two schools and …

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Trey Van Der Weide Looks Forward to Season

Transfer left-handed pitcher Trey Van Der Weide looks forward to the start of the 2020 Gator baseball season on Friday. A Transfer Arm Van Der Weide transferred to the University of Florida this year following three seasons at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Van Der Weide graduated from USC …

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Jud Fabian and Gator Baseball Strive for Better Season

After an early exit in the regional playoffs last season, the Gator baseball team strives for a better season. Reflecting on Last Season Despite beginning the season ranked in the top 10, the Gators fell early in the regional playoff last season. The Gators ended their season in Lubbock, Texas …

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