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No. 15 Florida Takes Down Auburn 114-95 in a Tale of Two Halves

If you turned the game off at halftime to take your significant other to a night on the town, you might’ve missed the Gators’ best second half of the season. Florida took down the Auburn Tigers, 114-95, on Valentine’s Day on Tuesday night. Canyon Barry recorded a new season-high, notching …

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Justin Leon Key to the Gator Men’s Basketball Success

Florida men’s basketball senior Justin Leon has become one of the Gators’ strongest players this season.  Leon has worked hard as an undersized forward to stay strong against his opponents.  He is also putting in time to have a more consistent 3-point shot.  All of his hard is paying off, especially in …

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No. 15 Florida Looks to Extend Win Streak To Seven vs. Auburn

On Tuesday night, the Gators have the opportunity to win seven straight SEC games for the first time since the 2013-2014 season. Florida will face off against Auburn this week in the first matchup between the two teams this season. The game will be the first of the Gators’ final six …

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No. 17 Florida Finishes Strong in 71-62 Victory Over Texas A&M

On a night where size truly mattered, John Egbunu was a veteran among underclassmen. The Florida Gators took down the Texas A&M Aggies, 71-62, on Saturday afternoon at Exactech Arena behind Egbunu’s first double-double of the season. The double-double was the first this season, as Egbunu finished with 11 points, …

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No. 17 Florida Must Get Physical Against Texas A&M on Saturday

The Florida Gators are on their second, five-game win streak of the SEC schedule and continue to ride the momentum they’ve garnered in recent weeks. On Saturday afternoon, the Gators take on the Texas A&M Aggies, who are a far different team than last season. TAMU lost three out of …

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NCAA Committee Getting Ready to Reveal Top 16

The NCAA basketball committee will be revealing a Top 16 ranking for March Madness on February 11. Essentially, the projected top four seeds in each region will be ranked. The committee is taking a page out of the College Football Playoff in how they reveal rankings towards the end of the …

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