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NFL Plans to Release 2020 Schedule Without Major Changes

NFL Schedule Release The NFL is not altering its plans for the fall, despite the Covid 19 pandemic.  The league will release its 2020 schedule later this week without any major changes, per ESPN senior NFL reporter Jeremy Fowler. Team schedules are expected to be released by May 9th. According …

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Lake City Product Laremy Tunsil becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Tackle

From starting his journey as a five-star recruit out of Columbia High School in Lake City, Florida, Laremy Tunsil has worked to become one of the NFL’s top offensive tackles. Overcoming Draft Night Tunsil went to Ole Miss after high school and announced his decision to enter the 2016 NFL …

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Will COVID-19 Put a Halt to the 2020 College Football Season?

Will there be College Football in 2020? Back in March, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic known as COVID-19 forced every sport we know and love to remain suspended. However, due to college football season beginning in the Fall, it remains unknown whether or not the season will be able to kick-off …

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Former Gator Al Horford donates $500,000 in COVID-19 relief

A Gator great doing greater things Former Florida Gator basketball sensation Al Horford made an enormous contribution to the community to aid coronavirus relief efforts. The global pandemic that has put the world on pause these last few months has affected millions worldwide. While using Horford’s assistance, he made a …

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China restricts professional sports

China took the lead in how to get back and function after and during the coronavirus pandemic. However, the country is still hitting several bumps in the road to getting back to competitive sporting events as we know them. China’s Decision China was the first country with reports of the …

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New England Signs Quarterback Brian Hoyer to One-Year Deal

The New England Patriots signed veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer to a one-year deal on Sunday. After the departure of Tom Brady, the Patriots are looking to fill the starting quarterback role for the first time in over 20 years. However, Bill Belichick and the Patriots have options. Some predict second-year …

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Tom Brady to sign with Buccaneers

The Brady-Belichick era is over. The undoubted greatest dynasty in professional football that included six Super Bowls, 17 division titles and three MVP’s for Brady is now at its end. Brady to the Bucs Brady’s contract with Tampa Bay is around $30 million a year and this signing alone transcends …

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Santa Fe Athletics Shut Down

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Santa Fe College Athletics is taking the necessary measures to keep its students, staff, and athletes safe. The NJCAA announced Monday afternoon all atheltic events will be canceled for the remainder of the academic year. This includes practices, games, postseason play and national championships. …

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NCAA Opens the Door for Players to Profit off Name and Likeness

Change is coming to the NCAA. The Board of Governors voted unanimously to start the process of implementing policies to allow student-athletes to profit off their name and likeness. Above all, these changes will be carried out, “in a manner consistent with the collegiate model.” NCAA Board of Governors starts …

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