Tag Archives: SEC Basketball

Florida Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff is Complete

Florida men basketball added Akeem Miskdeen in their coaching staff, head coach Mike White announced in a statement. Miskdeen will assist the men’s basketball next season. “We’re really excited about what Akeem will bring to the Florida program,” White said. “He has proven himself everywhere he’s been and will fit …

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Pat Dooley’s Front Nine May 7

The Front Nine comes at you with the full knowledge that Sunday it will officially be Bob Dooley Invitational week. It’s kind of like Masters week without the Champions Dinner. 1. We were talking about this on the Tailgate the other day – who are the third best teams in …

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Florida Basketball Adds Backcourt Depth After Acquiring Phlandrous Fleming Jr.

Fleming

Down by two in the waning seconds of overtime, Charleston Southern guard Phlandrous Fleming Jr. splashed a contested 3-pointer from the wing to clinch a 78-77 victory over Presbyterian. Fleming’s clutch three capped off a career-high, 35-point performance and marked his fifth straight game with a double-double. After earning back-to-back …

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Florida Gators Women Basketball Adds Zipporah “Zippy” Broughton

GAINESVILLE, FLA.- Gators women’s basketball adds former Rutgers Scarlet Knights’ guard Zipporah “Zippy” Broughton to its Roster. Zippy joins the Gators after spending three seasons at Rutgers University. She appeared in 61 games and started 12 contests for the Scarlet Knights. In 2018, she won the Alabama Gatorade Player of …

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Pat Dooley’s Back Nine: March 15th

The Back Nine comes at you after a warm and wonderful weekend here in America’s City, and now we start working on excuses not to go to work Friday when the Madness really begins. 10. Apparently, Florida’s game against Tennessee in the SEC Tournament didn’t mean anything. In fact, I’m …

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Pat Dooley: SEC Memories

As Florida prepares for another SEC Tournament, Pat Dooley of The Tailgate radio show takes a look at a half-dozen (plus one) moments he will never forget. They are not all good times, but they were certainly interesting. 1.Grown men cried. The first one is always the most emotional. I …

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