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Gainesville Roller Rebels play hard for respect and support

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Since 2007, the city of Gainesville has had it’s own professional sports team, but it’s probably not the type you’d expect. And tonight, this professional team will set a state record in the sport’s lengthy history in Miami, FL. WUFT-FM’s Marc Whiteman has more.

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