The Florida Gators are not going to be headed to the Big Dance this season, but there is still the NIT. Not the same of course, but it is a chance to keep playing and win something and that's a lot better than sitting at home and watching everyone else play. So the Gators are doing what they can to get their game on track as the season winds down.Alex Murphy certainly did his best...
Murphy throws this one down and then gives a little stare to make it last….
This is how the #Gators – and Alex Murphy – just broke a press – https://t.co/dMhH9ByXRY
— OnlyGators.com (@onlygators) January 31, 2015
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Former Duke forward Alex Murphy is now eligible to play for Florida after transferring last year.
Murphy received his grades for the fall semester, giving the Gators the go-ahead to play him against Wake Forest (5-5) on Saturday in the Orange Bowl Classic.
A 6-foot-8 junior from Wakefield, Rhode Island, Murphy is the younger brother of former Florida starter...
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December 20, 2014
Notre Dame is set to head to Tallahassee this weekend for an all-important matchup with the reigning national champion Florida State Seminoles. It looks like the coaching staff is doing all it can to prepare the players for the environment they’re going to find themselves in Saturday night. Kyle O’Connor, founder of Five Wide Sports, took a short video from outside Notre Dame’s...
While the football program is routinely gutted by the transfer process, head men’s basketball coach Billy Donovan continues to convince those not happy with their current situations to come play for the Florida Gators. The latest to announce his intentions to transfer to Florida is forward Alex Murphy, younger brother of former Gators forward Erik Murphy.
The younger Murphy was...
Alex Murphy, the little brother of former Florida Gator Erik, has decided to transfer from Duke to Florida. Murphy sent out the following tweet on Tuesday, announcing that it was official.
Alex Murphy is leaving the Duke Blue Devils after getting minimal minutes the past two seasons. This isn’t much of a surprise for Blue Devil fans because of the playing time Murphy was getting. He found himself behind Rodney Hood this season, and knew that with the incoming freshmen class, he probably wouldn’t get much next season.
Hood has been able to step up for the Blue...
Duke says Alex Murphy is transferring out of the program.
Team spokesman Matt Plizga issued a statement Friday saying Murphy is leaving in good academic standing and is expected to transfer to another Division I school.
Murphy says, ''It is in my best interest to leave the program at this point.'' Coach Mike Krzyzewski says it was ''an honor'' to have him at Duke and supports his...
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December 06, 2013