Gators Men’s Golf

The Open Championship begins Thursday morning

The Open Championship is back in 2021. Royal St. George’s in England will be site for the PGA Tour’s fourth major of the season. The major tournament was canceled last year due to COVID-19. This year’s Open features a loaded field with so many storylines. https://twitter.com/TheOpen/status/1415361886804221953 Jon Rahm looks to …

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Florida Gators Athletic Season Comes to an End

Track and Field  The Florida Gators 2020-2021 athletic season comes to an official end after the women’s Track and Field finished 7th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Men’s Track and Field finished 4th in the Championships. Gator’s sprinter Joseph Fahnbulleh won his first National Championship title after logging the tenth-fastest …

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UF Athletic Director Talks Gators Sports

University of Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin discussed two of the uncertainties surrounding Gators sports: in-person events and the fate of Mike White. In-Person Events In his talk, Stricklin said that the University Athletic Association has been working closely with UF Health for guidance. He said that its suggestions included …

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U.S. Open Features Two Gators

Florida Men's Golf

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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Centralized Conference Realignment

How many different ways has it been said that this year has been a dumpster fire? For college athletics, the chaos of 2020 has unearthed deep cracks in a system of dysfunctional leadership divided by geography, politics, and mixed messaging. A single multi-billion dollar business in which a multitude of …

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NCAA releases COVID-19 guidelines

The NCAA has released guidelines on medical testing to reduce the risk of COVID-19. This is an attempt to create uniformity across Power 5 conferences. According to CBS Sports, those minimum guidelines include testing requirements, response strategies, contact-tracing methods and specific protocols for games to be canceled amid numerous positive …

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