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Jaguars, Dolphins Experience Two Different Preseason Opener Results

It’s the tale of two differing preseason openers for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Miami Dolphins. For the Jaguars, the much-anticipated debut of new quarterback Nick Foles was put on hold as the Jaguars struggled. For the Dolphins, their quarterback competition took center stage in their preseason opener and Miami …

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Florida Gator Football 2020 Schedule Unveiled

Even though the 2019 season is about two weeks away, it’s never too early to look ahead. The 2020 Florida Gator football schedule has been unveiled. The schedule features marquee matchups and plenty of opportunities for Gator fans to see their team play at home early in the season. https://twitter.com/GatorsFB/status/1159162288437227520 …

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Jalen Hudson Preparing for Next Step Following Summer League

Former Florida Gator basketball star Jalen Hudson is at a crossroads with two promising destinations. On Sportscene with Steve Russell, Hudson said he’s in the process of deciding on whether to play in the NBA G League or play overseas. He has about a few weeks to decide where he’s …

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Brady and Patriots Agree to Two-Year Contract Extension

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn’t going anywhere any time soon. During the team’s training camp, Brady and the Patriots agreed to a two-year contract extension. This extends Brady to the 2021 season and pays the 20-year NFL veteran $23 million this season, which is $8 million more than …

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Eastside Looks For Similar Success in New District

It’s a new season with new challenges for Eastside football. Coming off last season’s 7-4 season and a first round exit playoffs, the Rams enter a new district. Eastside now belongs to 5A District 5. With the new district comes new opponents and the potential for new rivalries to emerge. …

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Ed Reed, Tony Gonzalez Headline Strong 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Class

The 2019 NFL season is full of unknowns and anticipation. But before the league can move forward, they must take time to step back and reflect. This weekend, eight well-deserving members of the football community will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame.  The G.O.A.Ts When you think of the …

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Astros’ Deadline Acquisition of Zack Greinke Shifts Power in American League

Leading up to the 4 p.m. deadline, it didn’t appear there were going to be any signature moves that could change the outlook of both leagues. However, that changed within a flash. Right before the deadline hit, the Houston Astros made a deal to bring in Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack …

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Outpouring of Support for Former Gator Neiron Ball

Former Gator linebacker Neiron Ball is synonymous with the word courage. During his time with the Gators, he sat out his entire sophomore season in 2011 due to a health condition. Ball’s diagnosis with an arteriovascular malformation condition sidelined him. Despite this, he was able to get back on the …

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Patriots Begin Quest to Repeat at Training Camp

The landscape of the NFL has changed tremendously over the past 20 years. Teams rise to prominence, only to fall just as quickly. The constant for the past two decades has been the success of the New England Patriots. The Patriots have put together one of the greatest dynasties in …

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Several Gator Track Stars Qualify for World Championship

During their times at the University of Florida, Grant Holloway and Will Claye showed the country how talented they are. Now, they are about to show the world. At the USA Championships, Holloway and Claye were just two of the 10 former Gator track and field stars who qualified for …

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