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Putting the Pieces Together: Florida Baseball Season Preview

The Florida Gators men’s baseball team will open their season for the final time this weekend at McKethan Stadium. The team is ranked fourth coming into preseason play. With Head Coach Kevin O’Sullivan entering his 13th season with the team, the coach is itching to wipe away the woes of …

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Trey Van Der Weide Looks Forward to Season

Transfer left-handed pitcher Trey Van Der Weide looks forward to the start of the 2020 Gator baseball season on Friday. A Transfer Arm Van Der Weide transferred to the University of Florida this year following three seasons at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Van Der Weide graduated from USC …

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Jud Fabian and Gator Baseball Strive for Better Season

After an early exit in the regional playoffs last season, the Gator baseball team strives for a better season. Reflecting on Last Season Despite beginning the season ranked in the top 10, the Gators fell early in the regional playoff last season. The Gators ended their season in Lubbock, Texas …

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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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The Gators Ace eyes his returns to the Mound

The Florida Gators baseball season is right around the corner. The countdown has begun to witness star-pitcher Jack Leftwich return to the mound. Leftwich suffered a blister injury on his pitching hand last spring, causing him to miss a lengthy amount of time in the regular season that ended up …

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Big 12/SEC Showdown: Kansas vs. Tennessee

On Saturday, the No. 3 Jayhawks will host Tennessee in the annual Big 12/SEC matchups that are happening across the country. Following an unusual brawl at the end of Kansas’ last game against Kansas State, the team will happily focus solely on basketball. Tennessee, who is 12-6 on the year, …

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Santa Fe College Saints Baseball Prepare for its 2020 Spring Season

The Santa Fe College Saints baseball team opens its 2020 spring season at Pasco-Hernando State College on Friday, Jan. 24. The following day, the Saints return home to face the Conquistadors to end its doubleheader. In 2019, the Saints had a record of 38-17 and lost to State College of …

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Around the SEC men’s hoops

It will be a night of SEC Hoops as eight teams meet at four different locations to settle school rivalries on the court. Florida at LSU 7 p.m. Via SEC Network The Florida Gators are coming off an upset win against SEC opponent Auburn. At the time, Auburn was ranked …

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Santa Fe Catcher Caleb Stafford Refuses to Give Up the Game He Loves

Caleb Stafford has been tying the laces up on his baseball cleats since the young age of four. Although he dabbled in basketball and football throughout his 21 years, nothing seemed to feel better than squatting behind home plate in his catcher’s gear. His love for the game pushed him …

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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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