Posted March 23, 2012 on
Kenny Boynton and Brad Beal talked to the media following Florida's 68-58 victory over Marquette. It was a fast paced game and the two were pressed into the speed and very physical play from a Big East opponent. They talked for a few moments after the late night game and we have the transcript and video here.
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The Florida Gators are preparing to take on 3rd seeded Marquette in the West regional Thursday in the gators second straight sweet 16 appearance. Star guard Kenny Boynton and Erving Walker took the stand in front f the national media to answer a few questions about the game and we have that interview session here for you.
PHOENIX -- On a night that set offensive basketball back half a century, the city of Phoenix would like to thank the Florida Gators for doing something no other team in the West Regional could do Thursday: eclipsing the 40 percent shooting threshold.
For that, the Gators can thank guard Bradley Beal, who continues to use the NCAA tournament as his personal showcase.
PHOENIX Erik Murphy was 0-for-5 shooting in the first half and looked timid after missing a pair of open 3-pointers early.
Florida coach Billy Donovan, sensing Murphy's drop in confidence, lit into him at the break. Not the way you might expect.
"I want you to shoot every time you're open," Donovan told Murphy. "And if I see you not shooting the ball, I...
PHOENIX In the locker stall next to Kenny Boynton, Gators teammate Bradley Beal tried to share some perspective on what had transpired only minutes earlier.
Beal talked about the Gators' careless ball handling during short stretches late in the game, how they stopped attacking the basket when they shouldn't have, and how Louisville switching from a matchup zone to a man...
South Carolina hosts the consensus number 1 team in the nation, the Florida Gators. Florida is, to put it simply, the most complete college baseball team I have seen.
Batting: Florida returns the SEC Player of the year, Mike Zunino He is batting .402 this year with 7 home runs and 25 RBIs. He is joined by two first team all-SEC batters in Preston Tucker (.321, 8 HR, 22 RBI...
The Gators have been scoring a whole lot of points here lately and have made more three pointers than any other team in the country this year. I don’t think Florida has that one player that can beat you, but they have three of four very solid guys. As good as they’ve looked on offense this season, I’m anxious to see how they’ll look against Louisville’s defense.
MILWAUKEE -- For Marquette to advance beyond the Sweet 16, the Golden Eagles will need to prevent Florida from getting good looks from 3-point range on Thursday night.
There was not a single team in all of Division I college basketball that made more 3-point shots this season than the Gators.
"They shoot a lot of threes, and they make a lot of threes," Marquette senior...
The Florida Gators will advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row. This time they advance on the upset of #3 seed Marquette in a rough and tumble game that saw the orange and blue prevail 69-58. Here is a look at the game in pictures of the big win
The Florida Gators five starters spent over 20 minutes in front of the national media in Phoenix on Friday. The big game looming in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament against Louisville poses some big questions for the Gators as they look to better their Elite Eight finih a year ago. Here is the video and written transcript of the media session.
1) CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama
Following his three years as a starter for Florida, Jenkins transferred to North Alabama after multiple run-ins with both the law and his coaches. Even though the competition was not comparable, Jenkins kept himself in the top three or four as his position. He is a natural cover corner with good instincts and exceptional quick-twitch...
Alley oop from Florida Gators Kenny Boyton to Casey Prather, vs Marquette.
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