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Donovan’s Contract: Peer Pressure?

Donovan’s Contract: Peer Pressure?

Although a loss to eventual tournament champion Connecticut during this year’s NCAA Final Four ended the top-seeded Gators’ season abruptly, the regular season was a success. It included a record for longest winning streak in UF history (30 games), another for most wins in a season by any Florida team, and only the second most in the SEC (36 games), and the feat of becoming the first Southeastern Conference team to complete an 18-0 regular season.

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Reaching His First “Summitt”

Reaching His First “Summitt”

Tyler Summitt, the son of now-retired Tennessee women’s Hall of Fame basketball coach Pat Summitt, became the head coach for the Louisiana Tech women’s basketball team on April 2, 2014. At 23, Summitt is the youngest head coach in Louisiana Tech’s history. He is the sixth person to hold that position since the program’s inaugural season in 1974.

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Freedom of Choice

Will Michael Sam and Jason Collins make it easier for gay athletes to come out?

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Rough Stuff

Rough Stuff

Female participation in contact sports is growing, challenging traditional gender roles and giving women an experience they otherwise could never have undertaken.

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