Tag Archives: COVID-19

Rob Manfred on the State of Major League Baseball

Shohei Ohtani pitched and hit in consecutive innings, Peter Alonso defended his Home Run Derby crown, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. sent a ball into orbit en route to an All-Star Game MVP. Before all the excitement began, Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred addressed trending topics across baseball. Rule Changes …

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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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More Teams are Ready to Dance in March Madness

Selection Sunday is quickly approaching and college basketball teams around the country are clinching their spot in the tournament. Although brackets remain unfinished, more teams have begun punching their ticket to March Madness. https://twitter.com/marchmadness/status/1369649796915544065?s=20 NCAA Tournament Qualifiers This year 30 teams have earned an automatic bid to the tourney. Moreover, …

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Team Durant falls 170-150 to Team LeBron

Lebron James’ team has beaten Kevin Durant’s in the NBA All-Star Game four years in a row now after last night’s win over Team Durant 170-150. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festivities have been condensed into a one-night event in Atlanta on Sunday. This event will include …

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SEC Postpones Games due to Icy Weather, COVID

The Southeastern Conference announced in a press release Wednesday that it would be postponing several games originally scheduled for Feb. 18. Among the postponements are four women’s basketball games and three men’s basketball games. The SEC cited icy weather in the region as the cause for these postponements. Make-up dates …

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