Miami Heat player and former UF basketball star Udonis Haslem is the latest in a group of prominent UF alumni and athletes, including football players Kyle Trask and Kyle Pitts, to endorse the Change Party presidential candidate Wynton White in UF’s Spring 2021 Student Government Election.
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After hanging on for a six-point victory last Saturday against Georgia, Florida now inches closer to a fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance under coach Mike White.
Florida softball coach Tim Walton picked up wins number 799 and 800 as UF boss Saturday afternoon. The Gators earned a walk-off victory over Georgia Southern and a win against Charlotte powered by its first-inning offense.
As senior Hannah Adams dug into the batter’s box Friday night with runners on second and third, she and the Florida softball team faced an all too familiar proposition: stranding runners on base.
Two minutes into the second half Tuesday night, a lethargic Florida team had allowed six offensive rebounds, committed an eye-raising turnover straight out of bounds and allowed an unguarded dunk from Arkansas guard Jalen Smith.
In the last two weeks, Florida basketball fans thrice had the heavy-hearted excitement of game day spoiled by COVID-19 cancellations, missing matchups against Texas A&M, Tennessee and LSU.
With 6:47 left on Wednesday, a dominant four-point swing from Florida’s twin towers, junior Colin Castleton and sophomore Omar Payne, almost closed the door on a persistent South Carolina team.
What a difference a half can make.
Following victories over Vanderbilt and No. 11 West Virginia, many might scour Monday’s AP Poll to see if Florida appears for the first time since November 2019.
Florida’s matchup against WVU center Derek Culver saw UF revive and exorcise demons it has been fighting all season.
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA — With Florida and West Virginia deadlocked at 70 and entering the final round, Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” blared through the speakers at WVU Coliseum.
With a truncated out-of-conference schedule, conferences and teams opting out of competition and COVID-induced cancellations, NCAA tourney predictions are a trickier science.
With the Gators looking to bury Georgia following on a 13-3 run out of halftime, driving guard Tre Mann to bet on junior Omar Payne, who ran the floor beautifully to arrive at the low-block and emphatically slammed home the alley-oop.
With his team down 10 and desperate for a bucket, Georgia forward Andrew Garcia cut to the basket, grabbed the ball and found a gaping lane to the rim.
As junior Noah Locke finished through the contact to put the Gators up 14, he screamed in celebration and embraced his teammates, defining the passionate and energetic performance that powered UF to a 75-49 victory over Tennessee Tuesday night.
A glance at the Florida men’s basketball roster, decorated with elite recruits and athleticism, exposes a shortcoming. One that’s a bit too literal.
As Mississippi St. charged down the floor for another assault on the Florida basket, UF defenders were left in an unenviable position.
For 34 minutes, every bounce seemed to trickle down the Ole Miss basket.
What a difference a week can make.
After starting SEC play 2-0 and wading out into Top 25 territory, the Gators were knocked back to shore by a crimson tide Tuesday night, losing to Alabama 86-71.