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Gator Hoops: Calipari not really looking to make 3s, and more from John Clay

Kevin Brockway interviews John Clay, beat writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader, ahead of Florida's game at Kentucky.

Dooley’s Dribblings, Part III: More to Koulechov’s game

Sometimes you stay up on a Tuesday night for the SEC and the games aren’t much. Sometimes it’s worth it. I think Mark Twain said that. * When Egor Koulechov transferred into UF, visions of Canyon Barry danced in the...

Dooley: Allen comes up huge for Gators

The crudely made sign said what everyone has been thinking for several weeks. In fact, it was so obvious that there wasn’t even a whole lot of artistry put into its creation and it barely made an appearance in the...

Gators bounce back with shooting barrage in Arkansas win

Something about Arkansas brings out the best in Florida each time the Gators hit the court. Needing to hold serve at home after a loss over the weekend at Ole Miss, the Gators rode hot shooting from junior guards KeVaughn...

Five Florida freshmen who may emerge as contributors in ’18

All it takes is one injury, one redshirt year, one season on the bench to go from a four-star prospect to a forgotten freshman. It happens every year on campuses across the nation, including at Florida, where some high-profile prospects...

Gators’ depth to be tested vs. Razorbacks

Florida coach Mike White entered this week wondering if he would have enough healthy players to practice to prepare for tonight’s game against Arkansas. The news is getting slightly better on the depth front, but the short-handed Gators will still...
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Dooley Noted: A little perspective on college basketball officiating

Pat reviews Florida's loss at Ole Miss and discusses the men's basketball team's prospects for the season.

UF’s Egbunu cleared for non-contact drills in practice

Florida senior center John Egbunu took a positive step in his return to the court when he was cleared for non-contact drills in practice Monday. Florida coach Mike White said the timetable for the 6-foot-11, 265-pound Egbunu remains a late...

Andreu’s Analysis: Welcome to Dante’s world

The Florida Gators willingly, and without apparent trepidation, marched straight into hell Tuesday morning with the start of Nick Savage’s much-anticipated strength and conditioning offseason program. No one should have been shocked by anything they saw or went through,...

The Back Nine: Sports, you just never know

The Back Nine comes at you and hopes everyone enjoys/enjoyed MLK Day and remembered it for more than just getting the day off (if you did).

Beyond The Arc: 3 takeaways from Florida’s loss at Ole Miss

Three observations from Florida's 78-72 loss at Ole Miss: -- It was an off game defensively for Florida junior center Kevarrius Hayes, who was either fouling or flopping inside in 15 minutes on the floor. The 6-foot-9, 225-pound Hayes needs...

Gator win streak ends at Ole Miss

OXFORD, Miss. --- The feel-good, 4-0 SEC start is over. Florida simply didn’t show enough fight in a 78-72 loss at Ole Miss that was punctuated by foul trouble, defensive lapses and missed opportunities to score at the rim. Before...

UF spring football game returns to Saturday schedule

Special to The Sun Over the course of three days (April 13-15), Florida’s campus will feature seven different Gator sports competing, highlighted by the first Orange & Blue Game under new head football coach Dan Mullen at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 14. “What...
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Gator goal: Shut down Ole Miss guards

Florida showed improved defensive intensity and execution in its home win over Mississippi State earlier this week. The Gators will look to continue that focus on both ends of the floor when they travel to the Magnolia State to face...
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Gator Hoops: Previewing Florida’s game Saturday against Mississippi

Kevin Brockway talks with Parrish Alford, college basketball beat writer for the Daily Journal in Tupelo, Mississippi, about the Gators' upcoming SEC basketball game against Ole Miss.

SEC play suits Three-Gor just fine

Florida senior point guard Chris Chiozza admitted he didn’t know what to expect when swingman Egor Koulechov joined the Gators last spring as a graduate transfer. Last season, Chiozza witnessed graduate transfer swingman Canyon Barry provide a spark that helped...
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Swampcast: Florida Football Recruiting

Robbie Andreu, Sun Sports Writer, and Graham Hall, Sun Recruiting Correspondent, talk about the open contact period and the future of Florida football in recruiting.

Updated: Heart condition ends Russell’s UF career before it starts

  True freshman defensive back Randy Russell’s promising Florida career has ended before it even had a chance to start. The school announced Thursday that UF’s medical staff discovered an abnormality in Russell’s cardiac workup this week that will...

Dooley: Sick effort by Chiozza sparks Florida win

Chris Chiozza stood there in the media room, a towel around his neck and a washed-out look on his face. We approached him cautiously, like the Florida senior was a walking mousetrap. You wanted to hear what he had to...

Gators roll past Mississippi State, improve to 4-0 in SEC

Senior guard Egor Koulechov helped Florida get off to a strong start Wednesday night against Mississippi State. But it was a smothering defensive effort late that allowed the Gators to pull away for a 71-54 win over the Bulldogs before...