If you’ve kept up with the NFL Combine or anything surrounding it in the past couple of weeks, you may have heard LSU running back Derrius Guice spill some tea on an unidentified team after one of its scouts asked Guice a pointed question in a private interview.
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Call me a LeBron James fanboy, and you’d be one thing.
Everything in the O’Connell Center was pink on Friday night.
Imagine this scenario: It’s Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. The U.S. midterm elections have rocked the political world one way or the other. You’re probably still stuffed from that huge Thanksgiving feast, yet thankful that you’ve left your weird uncle’s house and returned to Gainesville. And the Gators football team, led by coach Dan Mullen, is floundering down the stretch of a once-promising season. Mullen decides to start Feleipe Franks at quarterback against Florida State after some rough outings from freshman Emory Jones. Mullen still has a shot at a bowl bid in his first season as head coach, but he needs to win against the Seminoles.
Sport has always been political.
Feleipe Franks was a lucky one.
I never watch snowboarding, and you probably don’t either.
A story worthy of national news coverage occurred this weekend at UF’s lacrosse game. And you all missed it.By Jake Dreilinger | Feb. 13, 2018
I might be a little late to the party on this one, but something happened this past weekend that deserves recognition.
Tired of the mind-numbing debate over whether college athletes should be paid or not? Here’s a solution.By Morgan McMullen | Feb. 12, 2018
College football has a problem.
I can’t speak for everyone, but these Winter Olympic games have been hard to keep up with.
With the 2018 NBA trade deadline coming today at 3 p.m., I’ve come up with a couple of trades I think could push potential title contenders over the edge.
Four Florida football signees likely to make an impact in 2018
Ah yes, the Super Bowl. The event where millions of people around the country flock to a TV set for three and a half hours, not to watch the championship game of America’s most popular sport, but to obsess over the new, fun, flamboyant commercials that debut throughout the night.
I know nothing — I mean absolutely nothing — about video games.
The Florida fan base is confused right now. And rightfully so.
If you see eye-to-eye with me on this year’s Super Bowl matchup, you’re most likely feeling dejected and dispirited.
For Larry Nassar, a former doctor for Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics, there is no punishment cruel enough.
All-American gymnast Alex McMurtry celebrated after her team lost a competitive match to LSU on the evening of Jan. 12. Or, at the very least, she didn’t care at all about the loss.