Saying goodbye is like falling asleep.
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Nick Calathes has been crowned the 2008 alligatorSports Player of the Year.
In the wake of the Gators' disappointing season, it's time to do some math.
NEW YORK - In the city that never sleeps, the Gators put their troubled season to rest.
Maybe Walter Hodge dressed in the dark Friday morning. Or maybe, without even noticing, he found a way to send the strongest message of all.
How much can one team grow in a week?
The locker room said it all.
As the smoke settles and the Gators try to move on, UF coach Billy Donovan believes his team is right where it belongs.
Maybe it was nerves. Maybe it was the do-or-die atmosphere. Or perhaps it was just San Diego State.
March Madness has arrived, well sort of.
Welcome to the doghouse.
ATLANTA - It would be scratching a broken record to say things have changed in a year.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - On a day fit for a snowball fight, Kentucky buried the Gators 75-70, and likely ended any chance UF had to receive an at-large bid for this year's NCAA Tournament.
The long road has ended.
As the light leaves the sky behind his small, stone home, John Calathes remembers.
Fifteen seconds of silence will be followed by three days of disappointment.
Some teams search forever to prove themselves.
Heading into the season, UF coach Billy Donovan cleared his plate, lowered his expectations and hoped for the best.