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Cameron Newbauer Media Day

Florida Women’s Basketball head coach Cameron Newbauer addressed the media today in his first press conference of the new season. Bouncing Back Coming off an 8-23 season, Newbauer is looking to turn things around this season. With only having a number of returning players last year, it was a young …

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Florida basketball lands transfer Anthony Duruji

Mike White has added another piece to his basketball program after landing transfer Anthony Duruji from Louisiana Tech. Who is Duruji? Duruji is a high-flying 6-foot-7 forward. The 215-pound sophomore will have to sit out the 2019-2020 season and will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Gators. Duruji …

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Arkansas Hires Nevada’s Eric Musselman

Over the weekend, the Arkansas Razorbacks finalized a deal with Nevada’s Eric Musselman to become their next basketball head coach. His Time at Nevada Arkansas gets a big hire for its program as they land one of the top coaches outside of the power conferences. Musselman spent the last four …

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Auburn Ready to Challenge Virginia in Final Four

The  No. 5 Auburn Tigers are about to take on the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers in a battle for a spot in the NCAA National Championship game. Unfinished Business The phrase “unfinished business” has become a motto for Auburn basketball this season. The Tigers have surpassed expectations this season. They …

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Gator Men’s Basketball Sees Season Come To An End In NCAA Tournament Loss to Michigan

The Florida men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end in the NCAA Tournament’s second round with a 64-49 loss to the Michigan Wolverines. Jalen Hudson paced the Gators with 11 points, while Keyontae Johnson added seven points and nine rebounds. Michigan’s Jordan Poole led all scorers with …

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Gators Battle No. 2 Michigan in Round of 32

After defeating the Nevada Wolf Pack on Thursday, the Gators face a quick turnaround as they prepare to take on the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday. Michigan took down Montana with relative ease on Thursday night by beating the Grizzlies 74-55. #Gators are one game away from their second Sweet Sixteen …

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Alabama and Vanderbilt in Search of New Men’s Basketball Coaches

With Avery Johnson and Bryce Drew being dismissed of head coaching duties, the Crimson Tide and the Commodores are in need of new head coaches. The Johnson Era Avery Johnson coached the Crimson Tide for four seasons from the 2014-15 season to the 2018-19 season. The Crimson Tide were over …

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Relationship With Mother Shaped Kevarrius Hayes

Kevarrius Hayes wasn’t always a basketball player. Living in Pennsylvania at age 10, Hayes stepped onto the basketball court for the first time. “He was the tallest kid on the team, but had no coordination at all,” his mother recalled. His mother, Army Captain Verrice Hayes, was in the army …

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Hayes, Hudson Propel Gators to Victory Over Wolf Pack

Kevarrius Hayes and Jalen Hudson did not want their college careers to end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Both seniors led the Gators to a 70-61 victory over the Nevada Wolf Pack. Hayes, who claimed before the tournament started that this team is special enough to make …

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Big Battle in Big Dance Between Best Friends

As the Gators get prepared to take on Nevada in the NCAA Tournament, there’s no one with more pressure to perform well than Jalen Hudson. While Hudson has no direct affiliation with Nevada, he does have a special relationship with two key members of the Wolf Pack. Childhood Friends Caleb …

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