Four Florida football signees likely to make an impact in 2018
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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.
One thing is for certain — it’ll be hard to match an NFL Divisional Round quite as exciting as the one we saw this past weekend.
KeVaughn Allen stole the ball nine minutes into the second half, calmly dribbled to the three-point line with no one around him and drained a shot to extend Florida’s lead by 14.
It’s good to be king.
The Oakland Raiders made ESPN analyst and former Super Bowl winner Jon Gruden their head coach on Saturday, with an official welcome slated for Tuesday. Gruden last coached in 2008 before getting fired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following a 9-7 record. Yawn. Another NFL team hiring a new coach? Pretty boring stuff. It happens every year.
I had my first panic attack during my junior year of high school.
I’m not very skilled at basketball. I can’t shoot. I can barely dribble. And being short enough to order off a kids’ menu doesn’t help.
The matchups for the College Football Playoff have officially been set.
It’s no secret UF men's basketball coach Mike White doesn’t have confidence in some of his players just yet.
My favorite part of Dan Mullen’s introductory press conference on Monday?