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NCAA Tournament: Gators Were Winners on TV

  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

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Gators to have their own Final Four Channel on TNT

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

NCAA Tournament Final Four (clockwise from upper left): Kentucky, Florida, UConn and Wisconsin. (McClatchy-Tribune )

Gators, Huskies, Wildcats and Badgers all headed to Texas

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

UCF head coach George O'Leary - Could use the underdog role to help his Knights upset Baylor.

Kirk Herbstreit thinks UCF can pull the upset

ESPN/ABC lead college analyst Kirk Herbstreit has a feeling that the Fiesta Bowl might just be a better game than most of the national analysts think. Baylor is a big favorite over the Knights of the University of Central Florida

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USF and UCF in demand by the Super Conference’s

The University of South Florida and the University of Central Florida are now together in the American Athletic Conference. It may not be where either school wants to be right now but they have to make the best of