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Josh Rivera stood in the batter’s box, down 0-2 in the count. With the lowest batting average in the Gators’ starting lineup and two strikes counted, Rivera didn’t have the faith from the crowd in Florida Ballpark.
The roar of masked Florida fans drowned out a rather unusual celebration on the sidelines on a late November afternoon.
When the final buzzer rang, guard Kiara Smith stood at the half-court line and looked off to the distance. The Gators huddled on the sideline, but she wasn’t there.
With eight seconds left on the shot clock, Florida guard Kiara Smith missed a layup. Forward Cydnee Kinslow swooped in with a save that reset the clock.
At the start of the third quarter, Florida guard Kiara Smith swiftfully landed a left-handed floater. Minutes later, she repeated the play spectacularly after she cut to the basket from the right.
Guard Kiara Smith had three chances at the free-throw line with seven minutes until the buzzer. She made them all, but they turned out to be her last.
The Gators will look to avoid drowning in Alabama’s Crimson Tide Thursday in the absence of star guard Lavender Briggs.
After 11 days without a game, the Gators will hit LSU’s court in search of its third conference win Thursday night.
With a second left in the first quarter, Tennessee hoped for a bucket to tie the Gators.
Florida’s student-athletes will now have more personal branding resources.
Ole Miss had a clear strategy Sunday afternoon: wear down star Florida guard Lavender Briggs.
Gators defensive lineman Luke Ancrum was arrested Saturday following a confrontation at Fat Daddy’s, a popular Midtown bar.
After a tight loss to Arkansas Thursday, the Gators continue the hunt for their first conference win.
Nine seconds in, Florida guard Lavender Briggs’ seamless three showed promise for the night ahead.
Until the third quarter, Florida looked like it had a shot beating the Georgia Bulldogs.
After three losses in a row, the Gators arrived in Athens, Georgia, with an aggressive energy that almost gave them their first conference win.
Twenty seconds into the game, Gators guard Lavender Briggs made the first bucket — showing an early surge of energy she lacked Jan. 3 against Texas A&M.
Sporting a blue tie and orange handkerchief, Gators quarterback Kyle Trask learned he was passed up for the 86th Heisman Trophy Tuesday night.
Seconds before the half-game buzzer, forward Cydnee Kinslow cut Texas A&M’s lead to 11 — capping off a competitive first half against the No. 9 team in the country.