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SEC championship shaping up

Rob @ October 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The University of Florida has been in the news a lot recently with Tim Tebow’s health in question.  After suffering a mild concussion where Tebow was sacked hard two weeks ago at Kentucky, the sports world has been getting updated two to three times a day on Tebow’s status and whether or not he would […]

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Tebow rocked as Florida rolls

Rob @ September 28, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Since the University of Florida vs. University of Tennessee game, the Southeastern Conference has been buzzing with all sorts of trash talk with information spiraling through the sports news world about the number one team in the nation.  

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Boise State and Oregon was a knockout…of sorts

Rob @ September 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It’s that time of year again.  The grass is green (or blue), the birds are chirping, the trucks are lined up by the hundreds with grills and coolers and kegs, people are mingling on fields of pavement, and 22 people collide repeatedly in a giant rectangle drawn in white paint.   Yes, it’s football season […]

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Urban Meyer paid to stay

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # One Comment

Urban Meyer, coach for the University of Florida football team, which has won two national championships in three years, got a pay raise.  Meyer’s set to make an additional $750,000 a year, bringing his annual paycheck to some $4 million, which makes him the highest paid coach in the South Eastern Conference.  He’s only a […]

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SEC to cap the crap

Rob @ May 30, 2009 # 4 Comments

There’s been a lot of press lately about the Southeastern Conference (SEC) this college football off-season. The latest news is about the recruiting habits of certain schools, not named the University of Florida (go Gators!). The habit in question is in regard to the number of athletes signed for a college football team, with some […]

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