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Freshman Noah Locke is ready for his first game at Florida

First of Many Noah Locke is a freshman shooting guard for the Florida Gators Men’s Basketball team this year.  Locke, a Randallstown, Maryland native was a four-star prospect and one of the top shooters in the nation’s 2018 class. He is expected to be part of this years talented backcourt scoring punch …

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Kevarrius Hayes Leading Gators Frontcourt

When the Florida Gators men’s basketball team takes the court this season, Kevarrius Hayes will be one of the few senior leaders on the team. The 6-foot-9-inch center, now entering his senior season, has earned a starting role on this team and heightened leadership responsibilities. But he doesn’t feel too …

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Freshman Guard Andrew Nembhard Ready to Contribute for Florida

Andrew Nembhard, the 6’5″, 191-pound point guard is ready to prove exactly how good he is for the Gators. Five Stars When Andrew Nembhard committed to play for the Florida Gators, it was easy to see that head coach Mike White pulled off a huge recruitment success. Nembhard is a 5-star …

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NCAA Replaces RPI With New “NET” System

NCAA Changes It’s no confusion that the NCAA has been working hard around the clock to fit the comfort of student-athletes and college programs around the country. The NCAA has made more adjustments to its system in replacing the RPI. Many college coaches and fans of college sports, especially during March Madness, …

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NCAA Makes College Basketball Rule Changes

Somehow, NCAA basketball just got more interesting. Spurred on by the FBI’s investigation of corruption in the collegiate game, the organization announced a number of changes to its rulebook on Wednesday. Three changes, though, are receiving the bulk of press attention. https://twitter.com/SBNation/status/1027242832233459712 Draft eligibility. Agent relationships. Reworked recruiting calendars. The …

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Condoleezza Rice Committee On NCAA

On Wednesday, American political scientist, Condoleezza Rice, and her committee were tasked with a difficult task. The main goal for Rice and her team was to address the many issues that involve the NCAA. The Takeaway Media members, such as The Athletic’s Seth Davis, believe the most important issues in …

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Duke Loses All Five Starters

The Duke Blue Devils will have an entirely new starting five next season. Today, forward Wendell Carter Jr. joined other starting freshman Marvin Bagley III, Gary Trent Jr. and Trevon Duval in forgoing their final three years of eligibility and declared for the NBA draft. Grayson Allen, a senior, was the …

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Florida’s New Associate Head Basketball Coach, Armon Gates is Ready to Work

Gator Basketball Head Coach, Mike White’s new hire has been getting settled in his new position. Armon Gates was hired as the teams Associate Head Coach last Sunday. Gates is filling the position once held by Dusty May before he left to become the head coach at Florida Atlantic. Prior to coming …

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Mike White Excited About New Additions Next Year

Postseason spring is full of emotions and memories both positive and negative for the Florida Gators men’s basketball team. However, now that the team is well into the postseason, they are looking ahead to the 2018-2019 season, especially head coach Mike White. White is really excited about the three incoming …

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