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Sean McKenna

Im a senior at the University of Florida currently pursuing a degree in Telecommunications. I work for ESPN Gainesville 95.3 and anchor the Monday sports broadcast for WUFT First At Five. Im from New York and an avid sports fan of all New York teams.

Panthers Shake Up Coaching Staff; Fire Gallant Despite Success

The Florida Panthers made a surprising coaching change after a 3-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday when they fired head coach Gerard Gallant. The Panthers parted ways despite an 11-10-1 record to open the season. Surprise Firing Florida had their best regular season finish ever under Gallant last year going …

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In Dak We Trust; Cowboys To Stick With Prescott As Starter

On Aug.25, just 90 seconds into the Cowboys pre-season game against the Seattle Seahawks, Dallas’ entire season changed. Starting quarterback Tony Romo took a crushing hit from linebacker Cliff Avril that forced him out of the game. At the time, the injury didn’t seem serious. But it was later revealed …

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Wilson Returns to Form as Seahawks Take Down Bills

It’s been a season to forget for Seattle QB Russell Wilson; Wilson’s season has been marred with injuries, putting the mobile quarterback out of his comfort zone. On Monday night though, Wilson looked like his old self, scrambling and extending plays with his legs to keep the Seahawks offense moving against …

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Bryan Cox Jr. Fights Through Injury

The Florida Gator defensive line has seen its fair share of injuries this season between Jordan Sherit, Joey Ivie, and Bryan Cox Jr. But heading into last week’s annual Florida-Georgia game, the entire defensive line was supposed to be healthy; that was until pre-game warm-ups. During warm-ups, redshirt senior Bryan Cox Jr. …

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Broncos Spoil Osweiler’s Return to Denver

When quarterback Brock Osweiler spurned Denver in the off-season for the four-year, $72 million deal from Houston, it did not sit well with Broncos fans. Perhaps it was the comments Osweiler made about there being a better chance to succeed in Houston, despite the fact that the Broncos were coming …

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Indians Pitching Continues To Dominate Toronto

Baseball history seems to remember bloody pitchers; Schilling’s bloody sock for the Red Sox back in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS, and now they have Trevor Bauer’s bloody pinky in Game 3 of the 2016 ALCS. Except Schilling pitched seven innings giving up just one run, while Bauer was …

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Boston Bids Farewell To Big Papi And Their Season

It was an unusual scenario at Fenway last night. The Cleveland Indians swept the Red Sox and clinched their spot in the American League Championship Series with a 4-3 win, but Boston fans were cheering after the game ended. After the Indians stormed the mound to celebrate their first ALCS …

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Appleby Preparing as Starter Despite Del Rio’s Possible Return

It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but QB Austin Appleby and the Florida Gators got their fourth win of the season against Vanderbilt last Saturday 13-6. It was Appleby’s first win while starting under center as a Florida Gator. The grad transfer from Purdue has started the last two games for …

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Marlins and Gordon Honor Fernandez in Spectacular Fashion

Emotions ran high for the Miami Marlins Monday night, and for this circumstance, crying in baseball was completely okay. The Marlins honored 24-year-old pitcher Jose Fernandez just one day after his tragic passing due to a boating accident. The Marlins held a special ceremony before the game and wore Fernandez’s name and No. 16 …

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