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Week 13 SEC Preview

As the college football season dwindles down to the last couple weeks of play, here’s a look at this weekend’s SEC action. Mississippi State at Arkansas. Both teams want desperately to douse their losing streaks. Mississippi State is currently riding a three game losing skid while Arkansas has chalked up a …

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Week 9 SEC Football Preview

We’re in the final month of college football’s regular season, and the Southeastern Conference races to Atlanta are becoming more defined. Four different teams are in contention for the SEC East crown after South Carolina defeated Missouri last week. In the SEC West, Alabama continues to lead the pack. The …

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Florida baseball falls short of sweep against Tennessee

The Tennessee Volunteers were able to avoid the series sweep against Florida baseball taking a 4-2 victory Sunday afternoon at McKethan Stadium. Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan lost his first game against Tennessee in Gainesville (8-1). The Gators fall to 25-20 overall and 12-9 in SEC play. The Volunteers improve …

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Florida baseball defeats USF Bulls

The Florida baseball team enjoyed a six-run fifth inning to top the USF Bulls 12-1 on Tuesday night at McKethan Stadium. The Gators snapped the Bulls’ 12-game winning streak, and they’ve now won 12 of their last 15 games. With the win, Florida improves to 23-19 on the season, and …

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Tennessee-Kentucky Men’s Hoops Play Tonight

The Tennessee Volunteers are in Lexington tonight taking on the Kentucky Wildcats in men’s college hoops action.  Both teams have struggled so far this season.  The Vols have an 8-6 record and are looking for their first win in the SEC while Kentucky is 10-5 and 1-1 in the SEC.  …

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Baylor, Stanford Women Headed To Final Four

The Baylor Bears and the Stanford Cardinal have secured their spots in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four in Denver. In the Des Moines Regional, overall number one seed Baylor defeated NCAA hoops’ winningest coach, Pat Summit, and her number two seed Tennessee team on Monday night. The Bears won 77-58, but it was not …

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