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Andrew Nembhard caught the inbounds pass from Keyontae Johnson on his opponent’s side of the court with just 3.1 seconds left in the regular season.
The Gators muzzled the Bulldogs on the defensive side of the court on Wednesday night.
The Florida Gators men’s basketball team entered the 2019–20 season with high hopes following a top-10 recruiting class and the addition of highly sought transfer Kerry Blackshear Jr. from Virginia Tech. UF began the season as the No. 6 team in the country.
The second time is not the charm.
Florida is trying to prove last year’s Final Four run wasn’t a fluke.
After a Wednesday night game where the once-reeling Gators convincingly defeated LSU 81-66, it’s apparent that UF is approaching the end of the regular season on a high note.
LSU turned the ball over, and then freshman Tre Mann had it in his hands. He threw it down to a streaking Ques Glover, who was free on a two-on-one. Glover took a peek at the rim and threw the ball up where it found the hands of forward Keyontae Johnson, who slammed it down and sent the crowd at the O’Dome into a frenzy.
The margin of error for the Gators is shrinking.
With only a few days left in February and the end of the regular season looming in the distance, it’s once again Bracketology season.
Florida nearly punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth-straight year on Saturday at Kentucky.
The Florida Gators lost in dramatic fashion to the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday. With both teams on win streaks and SEC supremacy in the balance, it came down to the wire.
Rarely is a matchup between Florida and Kentucky meaningless.
The Gators fared better in Jacksonville’s wet conditions than the Dolphins did on Tuesday night.
Saturday night was a spectacle.
All eyes will be on Billy Donovan on Saturday.
It’s beginning to become a pattern.