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Florida's Frazier back for Kentucky game on Saturday

Florida Gator shooting guard Michael Frazier II will be available for the regular season finale against Kentucky on Saturday after injuring his ankle exactly a month ago on February 7th against Kentucky. 84 more words

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Even ESPN analysts are buying into Nick Saban's leadership

Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide have developed an atmosphere of success in recent years.

So when Saban was speaking at a seminar recently, ESPN analysts Jay Bilas spoke out on the head coach’s recruiting skills: 52 more words

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A quarterback on a state championship football team gave a verbal pledge to the University of Missouri earlier this winter. But Blake Charlton would be throwing a different ball for the Tigers if the junior’s verbal pledge holds (he can’t sign a letter of intent for another year, and would also be eligible for the MLB Amateur draft in 2016). 86 more words

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SEC spring football prospectus: Transitions in both divisions

Alabama lost to Ohio State. Mississippi State to Georgia Tech. Mississippi to TCU. Auburn to Wisconsin. LSU to Notre Dame. Texas A&M and Arkansas rebounded to win their bowl games, knocking off West Virginia and Texas, respectively, but the damage had been done. 679 more words

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FINRA Barred Two Innocent Black Brokers Based on BS, RACISM, TRASHES THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION


Meet Talman Harris, an American hero, financial adviser and a proud African American on Wall Street

Talman Harris is an accomplished stockbroker in New York. A naturalized American citizen, Talman Harris had a dream since childhood: becoming a financial adviser as a member of FINRA, the powerful Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. 1,961 more words

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FINRA: The ‘Impartial’ — and Corrupt — Wall Street Watchdog

Give me your tired, your poor, your financial industry professionals yearning to be free?

Yes, actually.

The careers and livelihoods of hundreds of thousands in the financial industry — who work to create wealth to pay for college educations, homes and save for retirement because they believe in the highest ideals and practices of the free market system — have sweated to get their education and licenses only to enter a business where they are controlled by corrupt and extralegal means that deny them due process rights under U.S. 1,196 more words

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Gators hold off Aggies in home finale

Remember that devastating one-point loss the Gators suffered in College Station just a few weeks back? Well, revenge was served on Tuesday night.

Florida (15-15, 8-9 Southeastern Conference) defeated Texas A&M (20-9, 11-6) in the final home game for the Gators this season. 512 more words