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Gators Get First Verbal Commitment of the Mullen Era

The Gators landed the first commitment of the Dan Mullen era on Wednesday. Pennsylvania offensive tackle Chris Bleich announcing via Twitter he was flipping his commitment from UCLA to Florida. Bleich said it was his previous communication with Mullen and his assistants at Mississippi State, offensive line coach John Hevesy, …

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Chip Kelly Starts at UCLA

On November 25, 2017, UCLA hired Chip Kelly as their 17th head football coach, signing him to a 5-year $23.3 million dollar contract. He’s taking over a program that hasn’t won a National title since. Chip Kelly is the new head coach for UCLA Football. Full story: https://t.co/JNfJXqCSUr#GoBruins pic.twitter.com/do8uaUpR4j — UCLA Football …

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NCAA Tournament Preview: Wildcats Take on Bruins in Sweet 16

The No.2 seed Kentucky Wildcats(31-5) take on the No.3 seed UCLA Bruins (31-4)  in the Sweet 16 South Regional semifinal for the NCAA Tournament at FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee Friday night. Not only is this the premier game for the Sweet 16, it is the only matchup that puts two …

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Kentucky Looking for a Sixth Elite Eight Appearance in Eight Years

Kentucky and deep tournament runs are synonymous with each other, and head coach John Calipari has helped continue that tradition. Since becoming Kentucky’s head coach, Calipari has led the Wildcats to five Elite Eights, four Final Fours and two national championship appearances including a victory in 2012. This year, he …

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Kentucky Aiming for First National Title Since 2012

In the SEC, it’s been fairly ho-hum for the Kentucky Wildcats. On Sunday, they routed Arkansas to claim their third-straight SEC championship and cap the season on an 11-game winning streak. But for the fervent Wildcat fans, it hasn’t been about winning the conference the last few years — it’s been …

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NCAA Tournament Preview

March is finally upon us and all the tickets have been punched. Reigning champ Villanova came in as the No. 1 overall seed, followed by Kansas, North Carolina and Gonzaga. Here's your FIRST LOOK at the #FinalFour court! pic.twitter.com/qCPH0ug8ck — NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 13, 2017 Regional Analysis East …

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