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Jay Gruden excited to be OC in Jacksonville

Following a tumultuous six-year run as the head coach of the Washington Redskins, Jay Gruden is excited to head south to Jacksonville and take over as offensive coordinator. Jay, the younger brother of Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, has been around football his whole life. Gruden started his career …

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Trace Armstrong Looks Back at his Career

Trace Armstrong has been out of the spotlight since he retired in 2003. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t around to share a couple of stories from his playing days. From his time with the Gators to a 15-year playoff career, he has some to choose from. College Journey Raised …

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SEC: weighing the effects of the recent vote to open athletic facilities

It just means more in the SEC. Nothing means more to the conference at this moment than the recent decision to open up campuses for athletes. On May 22, the SEC voted to allow schools to open their athletic facilities for individual workouts for football and basketball players. SEC commissioner …

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Tiger-Peyton vs Phil-Brady set for Sunday

Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson have all battled on Sundays at one point or another in their careers. Now, the four athletes will be battle again for charity. Peyton Manning will be teaming up with Tiger Woods, and Tom Brady will be paired with Phil Mickelson …

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SEC announces return for athletes

SEC fans have been waiting for an announcement on the return of sports since March 12, when the conference suspended all in-person athletic events. Earlier today, that announcement finally came. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said that universities can open for voluntary activities, starting June 8. “At this time, we are …

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NCAA Votes to Allow Returns to Campus

Voluntary athletic activities for football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball can resume starting June 1. The NCAA DI Council approved the vote on May 20. The committee said that decisions on other sports will be made at a later date. Athletes will be able to return for the first time …

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Steve Spurrier Reflects on the Life of Illustrious Football Coach Pepper Rodgers

The sports world is mourning the loss of an iconic college football figure. Pepper Rodgers, best known arguably for his days as a player, coach at Georgia Tech, passed away May 14 at age 88. Rodgers touched a number of people’s lives over the years, including Florida’s very own Steve …

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NFL trying to fix its lack of minority head coaches and general managers

Minority coaches

There are 32 head coaches in the NFL, but only four of them are a minority. Three are black (Mike Tomlin, Anthony Lynn and Brian Flores), while Ron Rivera is the lone Hispanic head coach. In order to fix this problem, changes are necessary. One change is already official. Rule …

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Nick Saban making time for team, family while stuck at home

Life without football is an odd reality for college football coaches to deal with. They appear to eat, sleep and breathe football. Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban is no exception. His many national championships make him a legend throughout the college football world. The football field is his …

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