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No. 11 Auburn Hopes to Keep Winning Steak Rolling against Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide hope to repeat history. Last time Alabama faced its bitter in-state rivals, the Auburn Tigers, the Crimson Tide demolished the Tigers 83-64. This January loss for Auburn knocked them out of the undefeated club. Auburn would drop its next matchup in similar fashion, losing 69-47 on …

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Drake Group Advocates Changing College Athletics

The operation of college athletics is under constant scrutiny. Topics ranging from “pay for play” and coaches’ salaries have been dissected and debated. Despite this, no real change has been made. One organization hopes this changes soon. The Drake Group is an organization, consisting of primarily college faculty, that strives …

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No. 13 Kentucky looks to extend Vanderbilt’s historic skid

When No. 13 Kentucky hosts Vanderbilt Wednesday night, it will be a matchup of two teams going in completely different directions. The Wildcats have been rolling through the conference schedule, one game out of the top spot in the SEC. This position is thanks to a nine game stretch where …

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Benches Clearing Brawl Erupts in Kansas-Kansas State Game

It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows in the Sunflower State Tuesday night as a brawl broke out. As the clock was ticking down the final seconds, the chaos began. Jayhawks forward Silvio De Sousa blocked Wildcats guard DaJuan Gordon’s dunk attempt. The denial at the rim sent the shot into …

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No. 1 Gator Men’s Tennis Host No. 2 Texas

Gator Tennis

It’s a clash of the tennis titans. The No. 1 Florida Gator men’s tennis team welcomes the second ranked Texas Longhorns to Gainesville in a non-conference clash. Florida has come out of the gates strong. The Gators started the season with two dominant performances against Furman and Florida Atlantic, respectively. …

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New York Giants hire Patriots assistant Joe Judge as head coach

The Judge is in session. In a move that seemingly came out of nowhere, the New York Giants have its next head coach. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Giants have reached an agreement with New England Patriots special teams coordinator/wide receivers coach Joe Judge to be the team’s head …

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Orange Bowl Preview

The Florida Gators try to capture the team’s first 11-win season since 2012 in the 2019 Captial One Orange Bowl against the Virginia Cavaliers. The Gator players are locked in on finishing the season strong, avoiding the bright lights of South Beach. Florida wide receiver Josh Hammond and Virginia defensive …

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Gator Defense Locked in on Bryce Perkins

Gators linebacker David Reese had high praise for Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins. “He’s probably one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in college football.” Because of Perkins’ big-play ability with either his arm or his legs, the Florida defense knows they need him down. When speaking to the media on Saturday, …

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Florida Offense Looks to Make a Final Statement

This season hasn’t been smooth sailing for the Florida Gator offense. Coming into the season, questions loomed about the offensive line’s inexeperience. Then, starting quarterback Feleipe Franks goes down. Backup quarterback Kyle Trask starts for the first time in years. Florida, as a team, rallied around Trask and set out …

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