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The Auburn women's basketball team (13-17) saw its season come to an end Thursday afternoon as the No. 9 seed Tigers fell to eighth-seeded Florida, 70-60, in the first round of the 2012 Southeastern Conference Tournament. The Gators (19-11) will take on regular-season champion Kentucky at 12 p.m., Friday in the second round.

No. 10 Kentucky 71, Florida 67

Bria Goss hit a layup with 1:22 left, and 10th-ranked Kentucky rallied from a 13-point deficit in the second half to hold off Florida 71-67 Friday in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals. Kentucky (25-5) will play Arkansas or LSU in Saturday's semifinals. The Wildcats trailed 38-25 before fighting back with a 15-4 run. Keyla Snowden's 3 put them ahead 45...

Gators One of Mahon’s 13 Offers

They grow them big and grizzly in the northeast and Brendan Mahon is no exception. The Randolph (NJ) offensive guard clocks in at 6-5 and 300 pounds. He trains with several pro athletes in his area and is working toward making a living playing a sport that he loves. The Florida Gators have taken a fond interest in Mahon.

Senior lineup works against Vandy

NASHVILLE - The Tennessee Lady Vols enjoyed success last weekend with an all-senior starting lineup leading the team to victory over the Florida Gators. They enjoyed it so much that they have decided to stick with the five, and the team is 2-0 when using the lineup because of it.

Ball Says He's Back

Florida's linebacker depth got a boost on Thursday. The Gators found out that Neiron Ball has been cleared to return to the team and play this fall. Ball missed the entire 2011 season after a blood vessel burst in his brain on February 15, 2011. Ball, who was diagnosed with a congenital vascular condition, said on Facebook that he has been cleared to return to the team.

Gators join race for Bell

Vonn Bell has been pulling in offers on a regular basis for weeks now and the Florida Gators joined the race on Wednesday.

One More Home Game for Walker

Erving Walker never waivered about coming to Florida. There were some in his ear pushing him to head elsewhere when Billy Donovan decided to take an extra guard in the recruiting class before him, but that didn’t change his view. Walker didn’t mind competing. That hasn’t differed during his four years at Florida. The senior guard will play his final home game on Sunday against Kentucky.

Robinson Getting Noticed

South Florida is known for it’s speed in recruiting circles and one of the hottest and fastest prospects coming out of the area is Pompano Beach Ely cornerback Rashard Robinson. Robinson is a star for the South Florida Express 7on7 squad and is really starting to get noticed. The Gators want him to visit when he can.

W. Tennis. Gators Take Noles

The Florida State Women's Tennis Team fell to the No.2 Florida Gators today, 7-0 at the Alfred A. Ring Tennis Complex to move to 5-4 on the season.

McCall Drawing In State Interest

The Gators of Lake Cormorant are a program on the rise. Linebacker Benny McCall looks to be a leader for the Gator defense this fall. College recruiters have begun reaching out to McCall to learn more about him and what he may bring to their program.

Regular-season finales to determine Florida's SEC tourney seeding

Florida entered Tuesday’s game at Vanderbilt hoping for a win for a couple reasons. First, it would get the bad taste out of the Gators’ mouths after losing at 11th-place Georgia on Saturday. Although Florida is without reserve forward Will Yeguete for the rest of the year because of a broken foot, it didn’t have the effort needed to beat the Bulldogs, coach Billy Donovan said.
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