Following an arm injury, Smith, who made 25 points in her 35 minutes of gameplay, was on the bench, and the Gators knew they had to go on without Sunday’s key player.
Despite two threes from Briggs in the last seconds, any semblance of a Florida win faded as the clock ticked to zero.
And as the scoreboard’s digits changed, the Aggies’ lead grew from 11 to 20 to 30, eventually ending at 25.
Mona Samsam, 22, a UF chemical engineering senior, and president of Islam on Campus, reminds attendees to vote in the upcoming November election, during political activist Linda Sarsour’s speaking event at the Touchdown Terrace on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.
Zachary Raad (center), 20, a UF chemistry and Chinese language senior, is one of about 35 UF students seen attending Linda Soursour’s speaking event for Islam Appreciation Month at the Touchdown Terrace on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.
Ikrom Alajoulin, 21, UF sociology and criminology senior, and the chairperson of Islam Appreciation Month, gives an introduction speech at political activist Linda Sarsour’s speaking event, held at the Touchdown Terrace on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.
Khadija Nefzi, 20, a UF biology junior, records part of political activist Linda Sarsour’s calls for change during her speaking event held at the Touchdown Terrace on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020.
Linda Sarsour, a political activist known for her role as co-chair of the 2017 Women’s March, speaks to UF students Tuesday night, Oct. 27, 2020, about the intersection between resistance and Islam at the Touchdown Terrace.