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No. 8 Florida Prepares For North Florida

The Florida Gators are coming off of a 116-74 victory over Gardner-Webb, but the momentum can’t be overstated. While Florida hit 15 of their 29 three-pointers and forced 14 turnovers leading to 22 points, the competition level is still far below what the Gators will see in the SEC and …

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Florida Gators Defeat Gardner-Webb, 116-74, Behind Egor Koulechov’s 34-Point Performance

If you didn’t know Egor Koulechov’s name before Monday night’s game, it’d be almost impossible to forget it afterwards. The graduate transfer and first-year Gator finished the contest with 34 points, knocking down six of his nine shots from beyond the arc. Koulechov’s 34 points vs. Gardner-Webb were the most …

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No. 8 Florida Gators Ready For Season Opener Vs. Gardner-Webb

The time has officially come. Monday will mark the end of a 231-day waiting period between the Gators’ heartbreaking loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks in the 2017 Elite Eight and this year’s season opener vs. Gardner-Webb. Florida’s average margin of victory in their two official pre-season games was 39 …

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Mike White and Co. Get Ready for Thursday’s Exhibition vs. JU

Mike White and Chris Chiozza spoke to the media on Wednesday about a myriad of topics ranging from the 1-and-Done rule to pre-season rankings. Florida was also ranked 8th in the first AP Poll of the season. It marks the 12th time since the 1999-2000 season that the Gators have …

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SEC Media Day Recap

SEC Basketball Media day kicked off on Wednesday morning in Nashville with a flurry of awards. The Gators were ranked 2nd in the SEC preseason media poll, with Kentucky holding the No. 1 spot. KeVaughn Allen was also named to the All-SEC Preseason 1st Team. Florida sent Mike White, Chris …

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Florida’s Offense Excels In First Open Practice

Mike White and Co. shined offensively in the first open practice of the season on Thursday afternoon. Whether it was a three-point floater from Chiozza or a thunderous dunk from Kevarrius Hayes, the team looked like they’d been playing together for years. Shots were falling, screens were set at the …

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