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Jaguars select CJ Henderson, K’Lavon Chaisson in first round of NFL Draft

The Jacksonville Jaguars put the emphasis on defense in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the selection of  Florida defensive back CJ Henderson and LSU defensive end K’Lavon Chaisson. The Jaguars selected Henderson, a former Florida Gator cornerback, with ninth overall pick in the draft. The Jaguars …

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Far beyond football; Former Gator QB Noah Brindise reminisces on his time with Spurrier

Legendary football coach Steve Spurrier celebrated his 75th year birthday Monday. Born April 20, 1945, the Heisman trophy winner would go on to coach the Gators with tremendous success. As the Head Ball Coach celebrates another year around the sun, the football world is reminiscing on some of his classic …

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Walton Discusses Plans Moving Forward With Gator Softball

The UF softball team, like so many other squads throughout the collegiate and professional level, saw its season come to an abrupt end back in March due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 across the country. Now, what is the schedule moving forward for head coach Tim Walton, his staff …

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Marlon Davidson is Ready for the Next Level as the NFL Draft Awaits

Marlon Davidson is primed for the start of the NFL Draft and beyond. Although still on schedule, the NFL Draft that was once set to take place in Las Vegas is now being held virtually. Taking place next week from April 23-25, team personnel are to conduct the draft alone, …

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Will Muschamp Making the Best of It

Will Muschamp is like many people affected by COVID-19. He’s trying to figure it out and simultaneously do his part. In his fifth year in Columbia, the South Carolina head football coach talked online coaching, Madden tournaments and charitable efforts with Steve Russell. @CoachWMuschamp joins @SteveRussell850 to talk about how …

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Will COVID-19 Put a Halt to the 2020 College Football Season?

Will there be College Football in 2020? Back in March, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic known as COVID-19 forced every sport we know and love to remain suspended. However, due to college football season beginning in the Fall, it remains unknown whether or not the season will be able to kick-off …

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How Nick Saban is adapting to COVID-19 changes

The year is 2020 and Nick Saban just now started using an e-mail address. Times are changing. We’re currently living in unprecedented times where the world is dependent on technology to get us through the day. Saban, the same coach who previously stated he doesn’t even send texts, has shifted over …

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Mississippi State’s Mike Leach Reprimanded For Recent Tweet

Anyone who follows Mike Leach on Twitter knows that he uses the platform for comedic purposes. However, last Wednesday, the newly hired football coach made a controversial joke and quickly removed it. The deleted tweet In an effort to bring humor to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Leach tweeted a picture …

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Trinity Thomas top-4 finalist for Honda Award

The University of Florida has proven to be a top sports program in the country year after year. Most noteworthy, the Gator gymnastics program has earned nine SEC titles and three NCCA championships since 2013. While the Gators gymnastics program is having an outstanding season with a perfect 10-0 overall …

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SEC Extends In-Person Suspension on Athletic Activities

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) extended the in-person suspension for all athletic activities. This includes meetings, training, practices and clinics. The SEC announced this on Friday. All @SEC in-person athletics activities, including practices, meetings, organized gatherings–voluntary or required–including camps & clinics are suspended thru May 31. Virtual film review is permissible …

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