Posted December 21, 2012 on
These are the tough times for the transfers on the Florida basketball team. Virginia Tech forward transfer Dorian Finney-Smith and South Carolina transfer Damontre Harris can’t play this season because of NCAA rules, and the Florida coaches will do their best to keep their spirits up. Harris is injured and can’t practice this season, but Finney-Smith has to continue helping the team in practice.
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Losses are bad; wins are good. Seems simple enough. The Florida Gators–coming off a (learning?) loss–got back in the win column with an 82-43 victory over the Southeastern Louisiana Lions.
Florida was led by senior guard Mike Rosario who paced the Gators in almost every offensive category. Rosario had 20 points on 8-for-13 shooting and went 4-for-8 from behind the arc. For...
Even with Kenny Boynton unable to get it together, Florida handily bounced back from its first loss behind another big game from Mike Rosario.
The No. 8 Gators may need both senior guards to come out strong Saturday night in Kansas City in what could be a tough test against Kansas State.
Florida (8-1) had outscored its first seven opponents by an average of 25.3 points before falling...
It’s another weekend on the road for No. 8 Florida. After traveling to Tucson to face Arizona last Saturday night, the Gators will travel to Kansas City to face Kansas State on Saturday at 8 p.m. Florida head coach Billy Donovan has never been against traveling, and doing so just before his players go separate ways to spend Christmas with their families might be the best time to...
Florida head coach Billy Donovan didn’t know how to say it. He paused, thought a second to himself and decided to go forward with his response to the question. After being asked what has caused the shooting slump for senior guard Kenny Boynton, a shy smile grew on Donovan’s face. He’s not rooting for his four-year starter to struggle from the field, but the shots not falling...
The University of Louisville football team has a date with the Florida Gators in the Jan. 2 Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. But before the Cardinals head for the Big Easy, the team is getting a break for the Christmas holidays.
The inconsistency of the Florida offense was in full effect during the final three weeks of the year. The Gators posted 50 combined points against Louisiana and Jacksonville State before traveling to Tallahassee and putting up 37 points against one of the nation’s top defenses. The momentum from one of the unit’s most impressive games of the season has carried into bowl practice this month.