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Billy Donovan Ready for Chicago Challenge

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UF men’s basketball coaching legend Billy Donovan signed a four-year, $24 million contract to become the Chicago Bulls new head coach last month. Early Career Over the last five seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Donovan accumulated a 243-157 record. Donovan now looks to lead the Bulls to their first playoff …

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Kyle Pitts: From Florida to TE1 in the NFL Draft

After a dominant eight catches, 170 yards and four touchdown performance from Kyle Pitts on Saturday’s 51-35 win over Ole Miss, Pitts sealed his argument as the number one TE in the nation. If Pitts maintains his astounding 2020 campaign thus far, he will easily solidify himself as a top-10 …

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U.S. Open Features Two Gators

The 120th U.S. Open Championship began Thursday, Sept. 17, and will conclude this Sunday, Sept. 20 at the Winged Foot West Course. This match will feature two Gators alumni. Billy Horschel along with current Gator Ricky Castillo are competing in the Championship. Overall, 14 Gators have competed in the U.S. …

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Recap: Monday Night Football Week 1

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Monday night concluded week one of the NFL. The night featured a close match against the Denver Broncos and the Tennessee Titans, and a message against racial injustice in the Steelers vs Giants match. Steelers vs Giants Banner during anthem The Pittsburgh Steelers kicked things off for 2020’s first Monday …

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Minshew delivers as Jaguars stun Colts in season opener

Drafting Gardner Minshew in fantasy football leagues to win a case of free beer seemed crazy. All of a sudden, it doesn’t seem quite so crazy. The Jaguars ruined Phillip Rivers’ debut with the Colts Sunday, winning 27-20. Meanwhile, Minshew tossed three touchdowns in Jacksonville’s surprising victory. Minshew spreads it …

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