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BREAKING: Egor Koulechov To Transfer To The University of Florida

Egor Koulechov, a graduate transfer from Rice University, has decided to transfer to the University of Florida for his final year of eligibility as first reported by Evan Daniels of Scout.com. Koulechov is a 6’5″, 210 pound guard who averaged 18.2 points and 8.9 rebounds per game in his junior year …

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Mike White Reviews Gator Men’s Basketball Season

After all of the magic that was Chris Chiozza’s miracle game-winning floater in the Sweet 16, Florida’s destruction of Virginia in the Round of 32 and Mike White’s emergence as a Coach of the Year candidate, the Gator season has officially come to a close as White held a post-season …

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Second Half Woes vs. South Carolina End Florida’s Season in the Elite 8

Sunday afternoon’s game at Madison Square Garden could be summarized in five words; a tale of two halves. The Florida Gators’ season ended in the Elite 8 as they lost to the South Carolina Gamecocks, 77-70. Florida shot 7-for-12 from three-point range and held a seven-point advantage in the first …

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Elite 8 Preview: South Carolina vs. Florida

In a rare occurrence, the Florida Gators will face a team in the Elite 8 that they’ve already squared off against twice. If you predicted a South Carolina-Florida Regional Final, I’d like to know your thoughts on lottery numbers and stocks. On Sunday afternoon at 2:20 p.m., UF and SCAR will …

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Florida Advances to Fifth Elite Eight in Seven Years After Taking Down Wisconsin, 84-83

Chris Chiozza was the last man standing on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. As time expired, the junior guard hit the game-winning floater from beyond the arc to send the Florida Gators to their first Elite 8 since the Billy Donovan Era, and their fifth in the last seven years. …

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Sweet 16 Preview: Florida – Wisconsin

Friday night’s matchup at Madison Square Garden, the mecca of college and pro basketball alike, features two teams each with a lengthy history of their own. Despite having only one national championship (1941), the Wisconsin Badgers have made the Final Four in two of their past three seasons and have made the …

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Florida Advances To Their 11th Sweet 16 in School History in a Dominating 65-39 Victory Over Virginia

For the 11th time in school history, the Florida Gators are going to the Sweet 16. UF took down the Virginia Cavaliers, 65-39, on Saturday night in front of a home-like crowd at the Amway Center in Orlando. Devin Robinson and Justin Leon led the way for Florida, as Robinson …

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NCAA Round of 32: Virginia – Florida Preview

The over/under may be set at 100 for this primetime defensive match-up. On Saturday night at 8:40 p.m., the fourth-seed Florida Gators will take on the fifth-seed Virginia Cavaliers in a contest between two of the top defensive teams in the nation. KenPom ranks UVA as the second-most efficient defense …

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#4 Florida Takes Down #13 ETSU, 80-65, in Orlando, Will Face Virginia on Saturday

In a game of speed, it was the Gators’ talent that prevailed. The Florida Gators took down the East Tennessee State University Buccaneers, 80-65, in the Round of 64 in Orlando on Thursday evening. The Gators forced 17 turnovers and turned them into 20 points. Devin Robinson tied his career-high …

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