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The Seminoles and the Tigers face off tonight in the BCS Championship Game. Cole Pepper joined Karen Feagins to give his analysis during this week's First Coast Sports Wrap.

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As of Friday afternoon, there is more than just pride riding on Monday's BCS National Championship Game — there's also pie on the table.

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From Bills vs. Jags to the Heisman Trophy, Cole Pepper joined Melissa Ross on Monday for the First Coast sports wrap.

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The Florida State University Seminoles will face the Auburn University Tigers next month for the final Bowl Championship Series title game, and could the Jags make the playoffs?

Rick Scott, Steve Wallace, and the FSU Seminoles are in the headlines today.

With the results of the investigation into allegations of sexual battery against Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston this afternoon, Mother Jones took a look at sexual assault by college football players since the 1970's.

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First Coast Connect regular sports analyst Cole Pepper joined the show as he does most Mondays with "Cole Cuts" straight from the locker room and a look at all the past weekend's games.

Jaguars 14 - Cardinals 27

The Jaguars lost  to the Cardinals, but there was a silver lining: they scored their first and second touchdowns at home since last December.

The Jaguars have not won consecutive games since 2010 as they are now 1-9 and for the 6th straight season, they will not have a winning record.

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Under fire from Republicans and Democrats alike, President Obama announced Thursday that the millions of consumers getting cancelation notices for their current health plans will be able to keep those same plans for another 12 months.

The decision comes as the White House is pressures Florida officials to expand Medicaid in the state under the Affordable Care Act.

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Diana Nyad completes historic swim: U.S. endurance athlete Diana Nyad waded ashore in Key West early yesterday afternoon after a nearly 53 hour swim from Havana, Cuba, without a protective shark cage.