Posted February 23, 2013 on
The Gators learned a lesson on Tuesday. At least that’s what Florida head coach Billy Donovan hopes that Saturday’s outcome showed. The Gators launched three-point attempts without hesitation at Missouri, and in the end, the reliance on the perimeter was the team’s undoing. Saturday’s conference win over Arkansas showed the Gators can still go inside when they need points in the paint.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. When the Gators are at full strength, which has not been often this season, Billy Donovan has a solid eight-man rotation upon which he can rely.
He used only seven players in the Gators' 71-54 victory over Arkansas on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the O'Connell Center, still adjusting to life without junior forward Will Yeguete, who missed...
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No. 5 Florida doesn’t need to be warned about Arkansas. The Gators have seen it for themselves. Just under three weeks ago, the Razorbacks got hot from the field as the Gators allowed a season-high 80 points in Fayetteville, giving Florida its first Southeastern Conference loss. But Saturday night isn’t about revenge. It’s about staying ahead in the SEC standings.
Florida coach Billy Donovan is cautiously optimistic about his team's health.
Forward Will Yeguete and guard Michael Frazier II were cleared to practice and play Thursday, giving Donovan a full complement of players heading into Saturday's game against Alabama.
It's the first time in three weeks the eighth-ranked Gators (22-5, 12-3 Southeastern Conference) have been...
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) --No. 8 Florida has been through this before -- all year really.
The Gators will be without two key backups at Tennessee on Tuesday night, the latest injuries woes for coach Billy Donovan's team.
Guard Michael Frazier II (concussion) and forward Will Yeguete (knee) will miss the game, but could be back Saturday against Alabama.
Frazier sustained a concussion...