On Easter Sunday, there was no resurrection for a Florida basketball team whose hopes of victory were killed very early on in the afternoon.
Last night, the magical run of the plucky No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast Eagles came to an end as Florida defeated the tournament darlings 62-50.
Six games, that’s all that separates the 2013 Florida Gators from the immortality gained in 2006 and 2007 when they began NCAA Tournament play on Friday night.
The Florida Gators (26-6) advanced to the final of the SEC basketball tournament today by beating the Alabama Crimson Tide (21-12), 61-51.
The Florida Gators (24-6) fell at the hands of the Kentucky Wildcats (21-10) on Saturday in a familiar fashion, 61-57.
The Florida Gators (24-5) celebrated senior night in style defeating the Vanderbilt Commodores (13-16) and capping of an SEC regular season championship.
The Florida Gators were upended on the road by a hot Tennessee Volunteers basketball squad.
The Florida Gators (21-4) met their demise again on the road, this time against the Missouri Tigers (19-7).
The Florida Gators (21-3) are at it again as they decimated the Auburn Tigers (9-16) on Saturday, 83-52. It was a typical conference victory for Florida, they never trailed, led by double digits midway through the first half and then spent most of the second half with a lead in the 20’s and 30’s.
The Florida Gators (20-3) entertained the rival Kentucky Wildcats (17-7) Tuesday night in the O’Connell center.