Following some recent struggles by its top scorers, Florida hopes Kenny Boynton and Erik Murphy further show they're back on track before SEC play begins.
The No. 13 Gators play their final non-conference tune-up as they face Yale on Sunday in their first road appearance against an Ivy League school.
Florida (9-2) returns to action for the first time since a 78-61 victory over Air Force on Dec. 29 in the Orange Bowl Classic outside Miami. Coach Billy Donovan's team, which had lost two of its previous three games, shot 53.8 percent and held a 36-25 advantage on the glass.
Murphy had team highs of 21 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks. Boynton added 14 points, matching his highest-scoring game of December.
With SEC play beginning Wednesday against Georgia, the Gators hope the combined performance by Boynton (12.5 points per game) and Murphy (12.1 ppg) is a sign of good things to come for the seniors.
After totaling 14 points in the previous two games, the 6-foo...