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Sneak Peak At The 2021 College Football QB Class With Anthony Threash

Pro Football Focus analyst Anthony Threash joined Steve Russell’s SportScene to look ahead at the 2021 college football quarterback draft class and evaluate potential standings.  Thoughts On Trask Many have high expectations for Florida Gators’ QB Kyle Trask within the upcoming 2020 season from winning the Southeastern Conference to a …

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George Floyd Death Sparks Outcry From Athletes Across All Sports

The last several days across the U.S. have been nothing short of violent, disastrous. Cities have been torn apart. Businesses broken into or burned to the ground. It all comes in response to the death of George Floyd — an African American man who died after a police officer in …

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Lorenzo Lingard will be eligible to play this season

Lorenzo Lingard, a former 5-star recruit and former Miami Hurricane will be eligible to play for the Gators this fall. Lingard announced the news on his Twitter account Friday. https://twitter.com/d1champ99/status/1266464118950723584 Lorenzo Lingard’s journey to UF Lingard, from Orange City, Florida, committed to Miami in 2018. There, he played in six …

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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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Ex-NFL QB Jon Kitna’s son, Jalen, commits to Florida

Quarterback Jalen Kitna, son of former NFL QB Jon Kitna, committed to Florida on Tuesday choosing the Gators over Tennessee and others. Who is Kitna? Kitna is the 17th member of the Gators’ 2021 recruiting class which 247Sports ranks sixth in the country. https://twitter.com/KitnaJalen/status/1265319583826788352 He is 6-foot-4-inch, 200-pound, pro-style QB …

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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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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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