A funny thing happened during Tuesday night’s baseball game between Florida and Jacksonville.
Victor Oladipo — a rising star in the NBA — is really, really good. But Oladipo and the Indiana Pacers aren’t getting out of the first round of this year’s NBA Playoffs.
The Florida football team lost four balls in the process, but 53,015 fans got the show they wanted at Saturday’s annual Orange and Blue game: quality play from UF’s quarterbacks, renewed levels of energy and excitement and, of course, points on the scoreboard.
- Davis deserves another opportunity to make up for recent violations
- What is a sport?
- Baseball fights are one of the most ridiculous spectacles in sports
- Lack of love for women’s sports is frustrating
- LeBron has a right to be mad at Saban
- Villains are a must-have to keep sports interesting
- What the hell does “Herky-Jerky” mean?
- Quit complaining about Sister Jean
- Pitino Receiving Coaching Interest Doesn’t Bode Well for NCAA
- UMBC’s and Loyola-Chicago’s postseason runs have implications beyond sports
- I feel a lot of sympathy for John Egbunu
- Dressel the most dominant athlete in Florida history
- NFL takes a step in the right direction on Tuesday regarding player safety
- Y’all, the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament is about to be awesome
- Sports reporting has become shallow
- In the midst of March Madness, don’t forget the NBA
- UF hoops reflection: Most memorable storylines
- Losing upperclassman leaders hurts Gators' prospects moving forward
- Gators level of passion needs to be evaluated when reflecting on this season
- Putting Oklahoma in the NCAA Tournament was the right call