Before the season began, UF coach Mike White questioned if the Gators can compete with “griminess” and resilience. The play of point guard Chris Chiozza has given him an answer.
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After a thrilling double-overtime win against No. 17 Gonzaga on Friday, the Gators played No. 1 Duke in the Phil Knight Invitational championship game on Sunday.
First it was Jalen Hudson splashing a three-pointer, then 90 seconds later, it was Egor Koulechov sinking his own.
After the Gators attempted 54 three-point shots in their first two games of the regular season, it became clear they had a green light to shoot the ball whenever they pleased.
Gliding through the air, KeVaughn Allen dunked the ball as an explosion of cheers echoed through the O’Connell Center.
UF coach Mike White had a lot to smile about after a season-opening win on Monday.
Egor Koulechov was a scorer during his two seasons at Rice. So when he announced he was transferring to UF for graduate school, most thought he could bring that with him.
Chris Chiozza waited for the inbound pass. The Gators trailed Wisconsin by two points in overtime of the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament. Four seconds remained as Florida’s odds of advancing to the Elite Eight dwindled. But none of that mattered as the Gators’ 6-foot guard received the pass and sprinted down the court.
Tampa guard Pat Bacon drove to the basket midway through the first half only to have his shot swatted away by a towering Kevarrius Hayes into the hands of Keith Stone.
One year after making it to the Elite Eight, Gators coach Mike White isn’t convinced his new team deserves a No. 8 ranking in the AP preseason poll.
Let me start off by saying I am no college football expert. I just watch games and form opinions based on what I see, like any other fan of the sport. With that being said, there are less than five weeks left until the field of the College Football Playoff is announced. Here are my picks for which teams will fill those four spots.
Things in Gainesville have been pretty tense lately.
When redshirt senior John Egbunu tore his ACL in Florida’s 114-95 win at Auburn last season, Florida men’s basketball coach Mike White turned to Kevarrius Hayes to keep the front court afloat.
The United States men’s soccer team lost to Trinidad and Tobago a week ago, knocking out any chance of the U.S. making the World Cup in Russia next year.
Growing up, my parents instilled the idea in me that everyone should be treated equally, regardless of race, ethnicity, orientation, etc. That especially includes gender, and there’s a reason I chose to single that out.
S--- is about to hit the fan in college basketball.
Week 3 of the NFL season has come and gone, and some former Gators had solid performances for their respective professional teams. Here’s a look at how some of those players did last weekend in this edition of Gators in the NFL:
In Week 2 of the NFL’s regular season, a few former Gators had big performances for their respective professional teams. Here’s a look at how some of those players did this weekend in this edition of Gators in the NFL:
Coach Jim McElwain was asked on Monday if he felt like the Gators stole a win in Saturday’s game against Tennessee. With nine seconds left on the clock in the fourth quarter and the game tied at 20, it looked like the Gators were heading for overtime.
After Week 1 of the NFL's regular season, many former Gators had huge performances for their respective professional teams. Here’s a look at how some of those players did this weekend in this edition of Gators in the NFL: