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Stadium at USF is turning from concept to reality

TAMPA, Fla. (Aug. 8, 2017) – University of South Florida is in the beginning stages of building a stadium on campus. After having their best season ever, 11-2, and then hiring coach Charlie Strong after Willie Taggart  left for Oregon. There have been talks of a new stadium on campus or switching to a stronger conference. Well family, after the Big …

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Seminoles looking to rise above the Roll Tide

Story by George Vinson The Florida State Seminoles are set to meet the Roll Tide from Alabama on September 2nd at the newly constructed Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. Florida State has won the last 7 games they have played in which includes their Orange Bowl win. Fresh off a National Championship loss to Clemson, Alabama is looking to retain …

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Maea Teuhema of LSU football will be transferring

The Tigers of  LSU lost a great offensive lineman yesterday.  Maea Teuhema has been indefinitely suspended and granted  a release from the LSU football team .He will transfer to another school, head coach Ed Orgeron announced Wednesday night.

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Tampa Bay Storms to a 57-27 win over the Gladiators of Cleveland

By George Vinson Paul “Bear” Bryant once said “It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.” Saturday night the Tampa Bay Storm were well prepared and ready for revenge against their mighty foes Cleveland Gladiators. This was  sweet pay back, because if you remember Tampa fell to the Gladiators …

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Miami Hurricanes at the 2017 ACC Football Kickoff…

Story by Yousaf Khan Miami Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt was joined by junior running back Mark Walton and sophomore linebacker Shaquille Quarterman at the annual ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte, North Carolina. Walton is coming off an impressive 1,117 yards rushing campaign, 240 yards receiving and 15 total td’s. Quarterman is coming off an equally impressive true freshman year …

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