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Gonzaga Advances to Final Four

Following multiple early exits in previous NCAA tournaments, the Gonzaga Bulldogs entered the postseason with many doubters. With years of frustration mounting up, the Bulldogs carried an immense amount of pressure to finally break through. Finally, the Bulldogs have risen to the occasion and find themselves in the Final Four for …

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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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Is This Duke’s Year?

If you take a look at Duke’s schedule this season, you might not see why they’re one of the best teams in college basketball. The Blue Devils went 27-8 this season with some bad losses to Virginia Tech and at home vs. NC State, the ACC’s third worst team. Despite losing three …

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No. 13 Florida Resilient in 81-66 Win over South Carolina

Even with a date with Kentucky in sight, all of Florida’s attention was on South Carolina on Tuesday night as they picked up their ninth win in a row. The Florida Gators took down the South Carolina Gamecocks, 81-66, behind a stellar second half. UF outscored SCAR, 46-33, in the final …

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No. 13 Florida Seeks Revenge Against South Carolina Tuesday Night

The thought of the first South Carolina-Florida game this season puts a sour taste in a lot of Gator fans mouths. UF was awful from the three-point line and on offense in general and lost a 57-53 “thriller” in Columbia. Tuesday night’s match-up features two of the most efficient defensive …

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