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Michigan to launch 2020 season after lengthy offseason

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Here comes Michigan football. https://twitter.com/UMichFootball/status/1318353886311288832 After a long and weird offseason that many thought would never end, No. 18 Michigan will open their 2020 season against the No. 21 Minnesota Golden Gophers Saturday night in Minneapolis. This will be the 104th meeting between the Big Ten rivals and the 97th time …

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Gainesville Native Trent Whittemore Thrives in Gators’ Home Opener, Hopes For More

You Never Forget Where It All Started Just down the road from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville native Trent Whittemore made a name for himself. The local legend recorded the first touchdown catch of his college football career last Saturday just down the street from his house. The 6’4″ 208-pound …

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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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Bridget Sloan Will Go into USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame

Gators gymnastics great Bridget Sloan will be immortalized. It was announced on Saturday she will be a part of the 2020 USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame class. Sloan found success at every level of competition. This includes college, national and international competition. Due to COVID-19, her induction won’t take place …

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NCAA cancels some Fall championships

On Thursday, NCAA president Mark Emmert said there will be no championships for Soccer, Cross Country and Volleyball. These sports fell below the 50 percent participation line that Emmert said was needed to have a truly viable championship. With conferences and schools beginning to bow out of fall sports, the …

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Big Ten, Pac-12 Postpone Seasons

This story is currently in development As August drags on, whether we have college football or not remains uncertain. Two FBS conferences have already decided to not play this fall: the Mountain West and the MAC. However, no Power Five conferences had made official decisions entering Tuesday. The two Power …

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