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Gators Welcome #3 Tennessee to Gainesville

The Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers ranked atop the SEC last season, but are currently heading in two different directions. Tennessee is strutting into Gainesville with a 13-1 record (2-0 SEC), while Florida is struggling to find their footing (9-5/1-1). The Gators avoided disaster at Arkansas as they almost blew …

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South Carolina Shocks Florida In SEC Opener

The Florida Gators maintained a lead over the South Carolina Gamecocks for more than 34 minutes on Saturday night. The Gators led by double digits multiple times in the 2nd half, but went without a field goal in the final seven minutes of the game to lose 71-69. Hassani Gravett …

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Gators Beat Florida Gulf Coast In Orange Bowl Classic

Gators fans finally got the performance they were waiting for from Jalen Hudson. The senior showed why the expectations were so high for him coming into this season with his 14 point performance, leading Florida to a 77-56 win over Florida Gulf Coast in the Orange Bowl Classic. It All …

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Offensive Struggles Continue as Florida Falls To Oklahoma

It was a frustrating opening game in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament for the Florida Gators as they fell to the Oklahoma Sooners 65-60. Florida didn’t do much to suppress the talk of their offensive struggles as they shot 39% from the field. Trouble In Paradise Florida’s shooting woes followed …

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Isaiah Stokes Shines In Gator Win Over La Salle

Veterans such as Jalen Hudson and KeVaughn Allen are arguably the most important players on the court for the Florida men’s basketball team. However, the Gators will never truly reach their potential unless guys like Isaiah Stokes step up. Wednesday night showed a glimpse of what the Florida newcomer is …

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Florida Must Show The Ability to Bounce Back In Year Four of Mike White Era

The Gator men’s basketball team hoped to go into Tallahassee on Tuesday night and pull off a road upset to open the 2018-2019 college basketball season. The exact opposite happened as Florida State dominated the Gators on both ends of the court winning the season opener 81-60. Disappointing Start to …

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The Future of Egor Koulechov

Known affectionately to Florida fans as “3Gor,” former graduate transfer Egor Koulechov has officially started his path to a professional career. This past week, Koulechov played in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament in Portsmouth, Virginia. The P.I.T. consists of 8 teams and a total of 64 players. The tournament invites 64 …

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Round of 32 Preview: No. 6 Florida vs. No. 3 Texas Tech

The No. 6 seed Florida Gators are set to take on the No. 3 seed Texas Tech Red Raiders in the Round of 32 on Saturday night at 8:40 p.m. ET at the American Airlines Center on TNT. Florida is 10-3 all-time in the second round of the NCAA Tournament …

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Round of 64 Preview: No. 11 St. Bonaventure vs. No. 6 Florida

After an excellent play-in game on Tuesday night, the Florida Gators will take on the St. Bonaventure Bonnies on Thursday night at 9:57 p.m. in Dallas on TruTV. The Bonnies knocked the UCLA Bruins out of the NCAA Tournament in their First Four play-in game, 65-58. KenPom is projecting a …

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