Tag Archives: ESPN

Lee Corso Thinks Antonio Callaway, Gators Could Be A Big Surprise This Season

Sportscene’s Steve Russell caught up with long-time ESPN College GameDay analyst Lee Corso on Thursday morning and some of his predictions will have Gator fans very excited for the 2016-2017 college football season. College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Florida State headline the top four in the first college football …

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Former Gator Coach Carolyn Peck Reminisces About Pat Summitt; Takes New Coaching Job at Vandy

A former Florida Gator women’s basketball head coach recently accepted a job at her alma mater to get back into the coaching ranks. Carolyn Peck, started her basketball career at Vanderbilt University in 1985 and she is returning to her alma mater as an assistant coach after a stint working as an analyst for ESPN. Peck …

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Kevin Carter Returns To Gainesville To Dedicate New Academic Center

Today faculty and staff and nearly 500 student athletes are enjoying the brand new state-of-the-art Otis P. Hawkins Center for Academic and Personal Excellence at Farrior Hall. The 25 million dollar newly renovated center opened on Monday after 21 months of planning, design, and construction. UF President Kent Fuchs, Director of Athletics Jeremy …

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Game Preview: Rays and Mariners Continue Series

The Tampa Rays are riding high after Tuesday night’s 8-7 victory over the Seattle Mariners. When Mariners starter Taijuan Walker left during the fourth inning with an apparent achilles injury, the bullpen was tasked with holding on to a three-run lead. It was not to be as the Rays came firing back. The Tampa Bay Rays look to …

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The Quiet Cavaliers Ready for NBA Finals

All the attention in the NBA is on the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors just completed a monumental come back after being down 3-1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals and are now making their second consecutive NBA Finals appearance. The Warriors won an NBA record 73 games during the regular …

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