Brandon Spierto, ESPN Radio
NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Florida senior guard Kenny Boynton has often been described during his career as a “streaky” shooter who has the ability to take over a game at any moment. He did just that Saturday, sparking Florida with 11 straight points over a 3-minute period in the second half to help lead the Gators to a 61-51 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament.
Madison Kirby, ESPN Radio
Throughout the regular season Patric Young’s focus was a huge part of the team’s success, and now in the post season, every game counts. Every matchup is do or die, and Patric Young has kept his focus just as he has made his Twitter account disappear.
Brandon Spierto, ESPN Radio.
For the first three months of the season, Florida was looked at as one of the elite teams in college basketball and a legitimate national title contender. Then came the Missouri game in Columbia.
Ben Bornstein, ESPN Radio
It’s March and everyone is officially mad. Brackets are almost ready to be printed and conference tournaments have started to heat up. Sure, they’re the smaller conferences like the Horizon League, the Big South, the Atlantic Sun, and other similar leagues, but that’s the fun of March Madness.
Last time the Gators played the Wildcats it ended in a huge win at the O’Dome and a daunting loss for Kentucky. They didn’t just lose the game, but they lost their best player. Now with the last game of the season in front of them it's do or die, and the Wildcats need this win just like they need Nerlens Noel.
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