OK, Florida fans are still hurting over their 63-53 loss to UCONN in the 2014 Final Four on Saturday night at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. They can take some satisfaction in knowing that at least one
They are being watched on television by the largest college basketball audiences in two decades, in a monstrosity of a studio/stadium that quite possibly will be re-inhabited by aliens and launched into space when the national championship game is
CBS and Turner Sports are doing something a little different for the Final Four broadcasts this year. Each team will have their own localized broadcast team. TBS will have the national feed of the University of Florida vs. UConn
The good news is that University of Kentucky assistant coach Orlando Antigua has accepted the job as the ninth head coach in USF men’s basketball history. A solid choice and perhaps the best man for the job all along.
For an NCAA tournament that has turned most brackets into confetti, it makes sense that this Final Four is mostly a collection of teams that elicit one question. How did they get here? This preview of the Final Four
It’s difficult to beat a team like Kentucky let alone three times in a season, just ask the Gators. Florida defeated the Wildcats 61-60 Sunday afternoon to clinch their fourth Southeastern Conference tournament title. That win also marked the
Whether its fate, a little bit of luck or destiny, call it what you will but either way something special has taken place. The Florida Gators defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 84-65 Saturday afternoon, making them the first team in
Tonight in front of the bright lights of national television the Florida Gators, ranked No. 3 in the country will be on the road facing the No. 14 Kentucky Wildcats with tip off scheduled for a little after 9