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Jamie McCloskey: keeping athletes on track at UF

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Overseeing the academic success of athletes at the University of Florida is no easy task. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Matthew Cretul has this profile of one of the key men behind the scenes of UF’s athletic program.

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