Football

Gator Collective: NIL & Athlete Takes

The University of Florida last won the national title in football in 2007. Gator Collective CEO Eddie Rojas is on a mission to change that through the developing means of Name, Image and Likeness, also known as NIL. The policy, which allows college athletes to profit off their likeness, went …

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Spurrier Reminisces about Bandits

As the USFL starts to get back on its feet after its opening weekend, Steve Spurrier reminisces about his time as head coach of the Tampa Bay Bandits. Becoming the Bandits Head Coach Back in 1983, John Bassett, owner of the team, searched for a head coach to lead his …

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New Tampa Bay Bandits win first game

The Tampa Bay Bandits beat the Pittsburgh Maulers 17-3 in a Monday night matchup. The team’s season opener, originally scheduled for Sunday, was postponed due to risk of severe weather. The Bandits’ Early Lead Tampa Bay got off to an early lead, capitalizing on their first possession of the game. …

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Revamped USFL kicks off

The United States Football League (USFL) made its return Saturday. Notably, the original league saw success as start-up pro football league in the spring. However, it completed three seasons (1983-85) before going head-to-head with the NFL in the fall, which is when the league perished. Where the USFL Succeeded Five …

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