Found March 25, 2013 on
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Fort Myers has always been known more for being just another touristy old person beach city in southern Florida, but today they are claiming the title of “Dunk City,” thanks to the unprecedented run by the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles. Hey man, I think that’s pretty damn cool of them to do that. Nobody is ever going to recognize that city as a college town, but nice of them to embrace the team for the time being. It is also good business for them as well For those not in the know, the term Dunk City is courtesy the high-flying style of the team as of late in the NCAA Tournament and inspired by this rap video made for the team:
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Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield's first date with his eventual wife, supermodel Amanda Marcum, was at Taco Bell. He later proposed using Krispy Kreme donuts.
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Florida Gulf Coast has enjoyed unexpected success in the NCAA tournament, and they're trying to find ways to keep their coach.
Florida Gulf Coast University, the Cinderella team of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, now has their own rap video.
Florida Gulf Coast beat San Diego State, 81-69, to become the first No. 15 seed to make it to the Sweet 16.
They’ll face third-seeded Florida Friday night.
FGSU shocked everyone by beating the No. 2 seed Georgetown 78-68 in the second round.
That win inspired...
The magical ride to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA basketball tournament by Florida Gulf Coast will be the talk of the sports world this week, and now the Eagles have inspired a rap song and music video.
Borrowing the tune of Tyga's "Rack City", check out Black Magic, featuring Bambi, with "Dunk City":
Video via FGCUDunkCity. H/T NIS.
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In watching the amazing run of the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles over the weekend, it got me thinking, how many of their players are seniors? You’d have to think a team that has beaten the University of Miami (arguably the best team in the nation) during the regular season and made the University of Georgetown at times look like they didn’t even belong in the NCAA Tournament would...
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles will be the big story for ESPN this week. We will see head coach Andy Enfield answer questions about his house being on the market and that gorgeous wife he took out to Taco Bell. We learn more about just who Sherwood Brown, Brett Comer and Chase Fieler are as we will see countless shots of beautiful shell-lined beaches. This is what happens when a school...