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FSU beats UCF to stay alive in NCAA Tournament; Gators outlast USF

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The Central Florida Knights had hoped to play Florida State on Saturday, but not with the season on the line. The Seminoles rolled to a 6-1 win in the Tallahassee Regional, eliminating the Knights from the NCAA Tournament and ending their season. Both FSU and USF thought they would be playing each other in the winner’s bracket game on Saturday night, but Auburn and Tennessee Tech had other ideas.  UCF dropped a 7-4 decision to Auburn on Friday, while FSU…

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Marco Rubio cutting back over $100,000 in advertising spending in New Hampshire

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Just as voters in the 2016 election cycle finally go to the polls, Marco Rubio is pulling advertising spending in two of the first three primary states. NBC News’ Leigh Ann Caldwell reports that the Florida senator is cutting $102,000 from its television advertising buy in New Hampshire, and $32,000 from advertisements in South Carolina. The New Hampshire primary takes place in 12 days, and South Carolina votes Feb. 20. The new reduction in advertisement spending comes one week after the Rubio campaign…

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Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio still in middle of the pack in new Iowa, NH polls

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Florida’s two presidential candidates – Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio- remain in the middle of the pack in two new polls taken in Iowa and New Hampshire and released on Sunday. Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican field in both states, according to the NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist surveys. In New Hampshire, Trump now holds a five-point advantage over Carly Fiorina among GOP primary voters, 21 percent to 16 percent – followed by Bush in third place with  percent, and Marco…

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New poll has Donald Trump leading nationally – another has him up in NH and close in Iowa

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A week-and-half before the first major Republican presidential debate takes place , Donald Trump continues to be the biggest phenomenon in the race. A new CNN/ORC national poll has Trump leading the field with 18% support. Jeb Bush is just behind at 15%, within the poll’s margin of error. They’re joined at the top by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who gets 10 percent support. None of the other 14 candidates in the race get double-digit support in the national survey. And Trump is also running…

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