For a few brief seconds, utter silence, as seemingly every fan in the stadium drew a collective inhale. And then, pandemonium.
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Wow. It almost feels weird writing this column. I’ve dedicated at least one day (and usually more) to this newspaper every single week this past calendar year. Even summer. The brutal, tough, grueling, hot summer it is in Gainesville saw me at my highest production at the Alligator.
Former guard Chris Chiozza sank a buzzer-beating, three-point floater the last time the Gators played in Madison Square Garden.
“I’ll play walk-ons. I don’t care.”
Florida Gators guard Noah Locke let a small grin tug at the side of his lips.
The Florida Gators have been worse at three-point shooting than GPD has been at trying to catch criminals listed in UF Alerts.
For one brief second, the Stephen C. O’Connell Center fell silent.
Florida needs to shoot the ball better to be successful. That much is clear.
t’s been a while since the Florida Gators last beat the Florida State Seminoles in basketball.
It won’t be Jalen Hudson.
Mike Okauru ran his defender directly into Dontay Bassett’s pick, a screen play that would make Steven Spielberg jealous.
The Gators didn’t make the cut for the AP preseason top 25 poll. But that isn’t a reason for the team to not have hope for the season.
Florida Gators basketball coach Mike White has been busy ahead of the opening tip-off on Oct. 30.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway continued his rookie season in a solid fashion. He’s only totaled seven receptions in his last two games, but Browns QB Baker Mayfield keeps looking his way — Callaway has 19 targets in those same two games. The wide receiver grabbed three receptions for 54 yards Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.
This men's basketball team has the potential to be the best Florida Gators basketball team outside of the 2006-07 back-to-back title-winning teams. Seriously. It actually is realistic.
My good friend and senior by credits, Alanis Thames, wrote in her column on Tuesday that Florida Gators quarterback Feleipe Franks doesn’t deserve all of the blame for the team’s record-breaking loss to the Kentucky Wildcats.
A cool, light rain drizzled over the spectators and players in Gainesville as the Gators soccer team took on Washington in its season opener. The Gators might have felt the motivation of an opportunity to avenge last season’s 1-0 loss against the Huskies in Seattle.
We’re not perfect here at alligatorSports. This summer, we’ve been going over some of the best athletes and teams. But now, we’re going to take a look at some of those programs or people that we left out or missed.
At last Thursday’s media day for the UF football team, head coach Dan Mullen had a chance to set the record straight on his team’s buffoonery and stupidity associating with a Santa Fe student named Devante Zachery over the summer.