June 26, 2017 » Andrew HolleranShares 203Florida Officially Announces Additions Of 2 Big Transfers The Gators have officially added two big transfers.Jim McElwain announced this morning the official addition of two transfers to Florida’s football program.Former Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire and former Clemson offensive lineman Jake Fruhmorgen are now part of the Gators.Zaire will be eligible immediately, while Fruhmorgen has to sit out the 2017 season.
The Cavs’ three-team trade offer between the Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers has been rejected, according to a report. According to NBA insider Sam Amico, the Pacers have rejected the offer. ESPN had reported on Sunday that Cleveland was discussing a three-team deal with Denver and Indiana that would send All-Star forward Kevin Love to the Nuggets and All-Star swingman Paul George to the Cavs. It was also believed that Denver big man Kenneth Faried would go to Cleveland.
June 26, 2017 » Andrew HolleranShares 61Phil Steele Names Florida His ‘Surprise’ National Title Contender The Gators have what it takes to win it all, he thinks.College football guru Phil Steele has named his “surprise” national title team for the 2017 season.The team, which has to be a non-top 10 squad, is Florida.Last year, Steele, who publishes a highly-lauded college football preview magazine every year, had Washington as his “surprise” team last season.
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Selecting a term
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