Steven Hieneman

Senior Sports Media/Business Administration dual major at the University of Florida, ESPN Gainesville WRUF sports correspondent.

Coach Napier: An Update on the Team

Billy Napier

On Monday afternoon, Gators Football Head Coach Billy Napier gave an update on the status of the team. Along with some updates on injuries and practice, Napier pointed out some position groups he was particularly pleased with. ICYMI: @coach_bnapier spoke at a press conference today. Listen to the Press Conference …

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Scott Stricklin Talks Stadium Renovations


On Monday afternoon, UF Athletic Director Scott Stricklin went on SportScene with Steve Russell to discuss the current status of the renovation plans for The Swamp. He emphasized the importance of listening to UF fans and exploring every option before nailing down specifics. ICYMI:… @UF Athletic Director @ScottStricklin talks with …

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Phil Steele Talks College Football

On Monday, national sportswriter and personality Phil Steele joined Sport Scene to discuss the upcoming college football season. Along with hot takes, he discussed the outlook on Florida’s season and the current state of the SEC. Up next in Gainesville Florida @ESPNGainesville with @SteveRussell850 . Magazine is exclusively at …

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NBA to Implement In-Season Tournament

Over the past weekend, the NBA announced the creation of a new in-season tournament in November and December. The tournament will include all 30 teams, with the semifinals and finals located in Las Vegas. The all-new NBA in-season tournament trophy ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ‘€ — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 8, 2023 The Basics …

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Free Agency: Standout Teams Across the NBA

Following the NBA Draft on June 22, the offseason officially tipped off. Teams across the league began to set their sights on players that could assist with their mission, whether that mission is a ring or a high draft pick. During this moratorium period of NBA free agency, four teams …

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Rays Offense Sputters in Second Straight Loss to Cubs


On Tuesday night, the Tampa Bay Rays (39-18) posted their second consecutive loss, falling 2-1 to the Chicago Cubs (24-30). The Rays have scored just one run in their last 18 innings, which is raising concerns about how sustainable their success is. Back at it tomorrow afternoon — Tampa …

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