The Gators looked hungover.
Sports | Men's Basketball
It’s not the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, but tonight’s matchup on the hardwood between Florida (13-8, 5-3 SEC) and Georgia (12-9, 2-6 SEC) still carries great importance as the SEC season reaches its median for both teams.
The Florida men’s basketball team has reached a fork in the road.
Coach Mike White has stressed that his team has played better offensively than defensively recently, and it was on full display in his team’s second-half collapse against Mississippi State on Tuesday.
For the second time in a week, a top-four team graced a sold-out O'Connell Center with its presence.
The Gators men’s basketball team welcomes No. 1 Baylor to the O’Dome on Saturday in the Big 12/SEC Challenge, making this the third season in a row that Florida has faced the top team in the country. UF has also never won a regular-season matchup against a No. 1 team, losing its last 13 attempts.
A tenth of a second proved to be the difference between the Gators and LSU on Tuesday.
Forward Keyontae Johnson caught an inbounds pass with 0.5 seconds to go in the game.
Florida men's basketball's current three-game stretch -- which started with Auburn on Saturday -- is easily its toughest portion of the schedule this season.