Posted October 26, 2012 on florida.scout.com
PLAYERS: Billy Donovan
TEAMS: Florida Gators
The Florida Gators would like to take another couple of steps this basketball season. Two years in a row, the Gators have bowed out of the NCAA tournament just a point or two before making the Final Four. The nucleus is there for a great season and head coach Billy Donovan talked about it in front of the national media in Birmingham on Wednesday.
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