Florida coach Billy Donovan likes it when his team can run up and down the court. In their opening game of the NCAA tournament, not even the nation’s highest-scoring team could keep up with the Gators.
President Barack Obama has picked the Indiana Hoosiers to win the NCAA Tournament to become the 2013 national champion. President Obama made the picks just before leaving for a trip to the Middle East Tuesday.
Murphy Holloway scored 23 points and Marshall Henderson had 21 as the Mississippi Rebels gave coach Andy Kennedy his first NCAA tournament berth Sunday by upsetting 13th-ranked Florida 66-63 for the Southeastern Conference tournament championship.
Florida finally showed it can win a close game. All it takes is for senior guard Kenny Boynton to answer his coach’s challenge.
After watching Florida stumble down the stretch, Billy Donovan challenged his team to come out with more intensity in the SEC tournament. The conference’s top-seeded squad responded with its best performance in a month.
Julius Mays’ two free throws with 9.4 seconds remaining capped Kentucky’s comeback from a seven-point deficit for a 61-57 upset of No. 11 Florida on Saturday that revived its NCAA tournament prospects.
The Miami Hurricanes football team will not leave the state of Florida until October 17 in the upcoming 2013 season. The Canes’ schedule was revealed Thursday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
BJ Young missed an open 3-pointer 10 seconds into the game, setting the tone for a long night for Arkansas.
Mike Rosario scored a season-high 22 points, Kenny Boynton had 16 and No. 7Florida routed Auburn 83-52 on Saturday.
While the University of Miami is struggling on National Signing Day, the Florida Gators have their entire class of 27 recruits signed, sealed, and delivered as of 3 p.m. Wednesday.