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Georgia Makes It to The NIT Tournament

Georgia is once again in the NIT Tournament.  They were given a No. 2 seed and will face No. 7 Belmont again in the first round.  The last time Georgia made it in the NCAA Tournament was in 2015.  The team was hopeful that they would make it this season, …

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2017 NIT: Alabama Basketball vs. Richmond

The Alabama Crimson Tide (19-14) prepare for a first round matchup with the Richmond Spiders (20-12) in the National Invitation Tournament. Tip-off: Tuesday, March 14 9:15 p.m. on ESPN2 Location: Coleman Coliseum Tuscaloosa, Alabama Alabama basketball coach Avery Johnson said this week that he felt like his team played its best …

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#23 Florida Looking For First 4-0 SEC Start since 2013 on Tuesday vs. Alabama

Florida’s win streak of 11 straight wins over Alabama was snapped last season. On that night,  the Gators shot just 28.6% from the field and 14.3% from beyond the arc. That loss at the O’Connell Center came mid-way through the SEC schedule last year, and was the start of a 3-6 in-conference …

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Florida Gets Ready for Charlotte in the MetroPCS Orange Bowl Classic

At the glance of an eye, Charlotte may look like a blowout win for the Gators. But upon further look, Florida’s game against the 49ers could be closer than expected. The Florida Gators take on the Charlotte 49ers in the MetroPCS Orange Bowl Classic in Sunrise, Florida, just west of …

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Florida Basketball Takes on UNF in First True Road Game

While the Gators still haven’t had a real home game yet at the O’Connell Center, tonight will be their first true road game as they take on the UNF Ospreys at 7 p.m. from UNF Arena in front of 5,800 screaming North Florida fans. Oh my! The opening of the new …

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Florida Basketball Prepares for St. Bonaventure

For the second season in a row, Florida will have the opportunity to start the year 3-0. The only thing standing in their way is St. Bonaventure, but the Bonnies are no joke. Our tour of Florida continues tonight. #GoGators #OurGatorsOurState pic.twitter.com/baS1eofPz5 — Gators M-Basketball (@GatorsMBK) November 17, 2016  Leadership …

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Season In Review: Florida Basketball Exceeds Expectations For Transitional Year

The Florida Gators men’s basketball season has come to an end after a five-point loss in Washington, D.C. to the George Wasington Colonials in the quarterfinals of the NIT. While many Gator fans have come to expect Final Four births and national championships, the start of the Mike White era …

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Florida’s Season Ends in NIT Quarterfinals, Fall to GW, 82-77

Up one point with 3:42 left in the quarterfinals of the NIT, the Gators could taste the fresh mozzarella cheese of Ray’s Pizza in New York City on their tongues. Unfortunately for Florida, George Washington would close the game on a 12-6 run, winning the contest 82-77, and advancing to …

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PREVIEW: Florida Prepares For George Washington, 3rd Round of NIT

The Florida Gators are just one win away from reaching the illustrious final four. While it might not be in the NCAA Tournament, a win over George Washington on Wednesday night will propel the Gators to Madison Square Garden in New York City to play in the semi-finals of the …

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Florida Advances To Third Round of NIT with 74-66 Victory Over Ohio State

No Egbunu, no problem. The Florida Gators continued their strong play through the first two rounds of the NIT, as UF took down Ohio State, 74-66. Kevarrius Hayes got the start for John Egbunu, who was declared out for the season earlier this week with a torn ligament in his …

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