You may not have seen it coming two weeks ago.
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Guard Noah Locke was having a rough game against Missouri. He had missed all five of his shots, but even as attempt after attempt came up short, forward Keyontae Johnson encouraged him to keep up his confidence.
Missouri forward Jeremiah Tilmon slowly trotted back to the Tigers’ bench after earning his fifth foul. The echoes of the Rowdy Reptiles rang behind him.
LSU guard Daryl Edwards lowered his head at the sound of the final buzzer.
Noah Locke’s shot bounced off the rim, but he wasn’t giving up on the play.
Mike White knows that opportunities are becoming scarce.
Six games remain in the regular season for the Gators’ men’s basketball team.
Andrew Nembhard made the right choice.
Florida freshman guard Andrew Nembhard had as much confidence on Saturday as a lion when it spots its next meal.
Vanderbilt forward Matthew Moyer did everything he could to stop Deaundrae Ballard.
Florida men’s basketball coach Mike White will continue saying it until he is blue in the face: Vanderbilt is a lot better than its 0-10 SEC record shows.
Florida’s men’s basketball team went face-to-face against the top-ranked team in the country on Saturday and came up short. It trailed for nearly the whole game against the superior Volunteers, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t encouraging signs for the Gators in the 73-61 loss.
It didn’t matter when guard Andrew Nembhard stole the ball in the final minute of the game off a full-court press. It didn’t matter if he dished the ball out to guard Noah Locke in the right corner for a late three.
The Gators men’s basketball team has been in a rut all season.
The Florida men’s basketball team hasn’t lost three-straight games this season. But it’ll have to pull off a major upset if it wants to keep it that way.
The angry mob of Florida fans is all over Twitter as of late, fully equipped with torches and pitchforks. Especially after the men’s basketball team lost to Auburn on Tuesday night.