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Danielle Rainey, Gator Women’s Basketball Looking to Build Chemistry

For Florida Gator Women’s Basketball guard Danielle Rainey, chemistry is one of the biggest changes from last year. This season is fueled by a better connection and energy from everyone, especially the freshmen. Florida’s 2019-20 season is expecting big things with this new up and coming team. With ten incoming freshmen …

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Scottie Lewis: Family, His Defensive Niche and SEC Media Day

Freshman Scottie Lewis came into Florida as the seventh ranked player nationally. The 6’5″ shooting guard out of Eatontown, New Jersey is an exciting addition to Florida’s roster. He is locked in and ready for the upcoming 2019-20 season and is even taking a social media break. The freshman is …

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Nembhard’s commitment to Florida

Andrew Nembhard’s freshman season was one for the books. The 6-foot-5-inch, 191 pound, guard from Ontario, Canada, managed to go down in UF history after posting 196 assists. This is the fourth-highest single-season total in Florida history and second-most by a freshman. Nembhard also managed to score a 3-pointer with …

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Mike White talks Gak, defense, culture

Florida Gators coach Mike White addressed the media on center Gorjok Gak, defense and culture on Thursday. Here’s what White had to say as the Gators’ season opener approaches. Gak is Out White announced Gak suffered a dislocated left shoulder during practice. Gak’s timetable to return is unknown. White talked …

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Noah Locke: A Look at the Gators’ Sophomore Guard

Noah Locke heads into his sophomore year as a leader looking to break more Florida Gator records. Record-Breaker Leaving McDonogh School in Baltimore, Maryland as the school’s all-time scorer, Locke was no stranger to breaking records. In his freshman season, Locke proved dominance in his shooting game, especially beyond the …

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California Signs ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’

The state of California has signed into law the Fair Pay to Play Act. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Monday. The bill sets a precedent for how student-athletes can be financially compensated. What the bill does is prevent the NCAA from barring student-athletes from profiting off their …

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Kerry Blackshear: Florida’s New Big Man on Campus

Kerry Blackshear looks to fill a hole that the Florida men’s basketball team has been missing since it’s last deep NCAA Tourney run; that of a dominant big-man. The 6 feet, 10 inches tall power forward (emphasis on power) graduate transfer had every college salivating for his services. From Tennessee …

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