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Victoria Rossman

Born and raised at the ballpark! Typically quiet- until it comes to sports. I'm a South Florida native with a passion for baseball nearly as strong as my faith. Grew up in garnet + gold, turned out sporting orange + blue. Likely to be found with a camera. And yes, I take food pictures.

Gator Run Game Leads to Comeback Win Over South Carolina

The Florida Gator football team (7-3, 5-3) overcame a 17-point deficit late in the third quarter to put themselves in the win column Saturday afternoon against the South Carolina Gamecocks (5-4, 4-4). In a much higher-scoring game than may have been anticipated, the Gators offense put up 35 points, just …

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Texas A&M Returns Home to Host Ole Miss

The Ole Miss Rebels and the Texas A&M Aggies will face off this Saturday in an SEC matchup in College Station. Both teams are 5-4 on the season. Each is looking to avoid a three-game losing streak. Ole Miss The Rebels suffered a 48-44 defeat to South Carolina last week. …

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Georgia Regains Favor in SEC East with Win Over Florida

The seventh-ranked Georgia Bulldogs handed the ninth-ranked Florida Gators their second loss of the season, beating the Gators by a score of 36-17. This was the first top-ten matchup between these two teams since 2008. Game Summary The Gators got off to a sloppy start, allowing the Bulldogs to score on …

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Scarlett Shares Importance of Running Game Against Georgia

The Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs will head to Jacksonville this Saturday for a top-ten SEC matchup. In a game that could potentially decide the SEC East, both teams know the weight this game will carry. Florida running back Jordan Scarlett talked about the significance of the rivalry and …

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Georgia Preparing for Florida With Bye Week

The No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs are hard at work heading into their bye week. A loss to LSU dropped the Bulldogs six spots in the rankings over the weekend. Georgia will prepare to take on No. 11 Florida next week at a neutral site. Improvements in Practice Coming off their …

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Indians Fall Short, Posing a Critical Offseason Ahead

The Cleveland Indians came up short yet again after being eliminated in the ALDS by the Houston Astros. After making three straight postseason appearances and finishing without a World Series, this offseason will be pivotal for the Tribe. Free Agents The Indians have a number of players who will enter …

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Urban Meyer Reflects on 2008 Gator Team Ahead of Recognition

The 2008 Florida Gator championship team is reuniting this weekend in the Swamp for the Florida vs. LSU game. Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer took some time to reflect on his 2008 championship Gator team.  Team Chemistry and Leadership The Gators impressive 2008 team was built on more than …

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CFB Preview: Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee State

The Vanderbilt Commodores and the Tennessee State Tigers face off this Saturday in Nashville for an in-state matchup. Vanderbilt’s Latest Loss The Commodores have fallen to 2-2 on the season after losing to South Carolina last week. Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason said it was a difficult loss for his …

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Florida Rolls Past Tennessee in First SEC Win

An SEC rivalry and a battle between two first-year head coaches quickly skewed in Florida’s favor as the Gators beat Tennessee 47-21 Saturday night in Knoxville. Tennessee Miscues Saturday’s game was nothing short of disastrous for Tennessee. The Volunteers had six turnovers, four coming in the first half. Florida scored …

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