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No. 10 LSU travels to Gainesville for Sunday tip

The No. 11/10 LSU Women’s Basketball team (17-2, 5-1 SEC) is back in action Sunday on to road at 1 p.m. CT in Exactech Arena against a Florida Gators team (14-5, 4-2 SEC) that has won four in a row. “Florida is a very good basketball team,” said LSU...
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Hayden Hansen commits to the Florida Gators

The Florida Gators picked up their 13th member of the Class of 2022 on Sunday following a weekend of official visits. Tight end Hayden Hansen (6-5, 250, Weatherford, TX. High) committed to Florida on Sunday after he visited Gainesville this weekend. “Gator Nation, Lets Get to work, committed,” Hansen tweeted....
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LB Shemar James Bonds With New Coaches, Recruits on Florida Gators Visit

This weekend, Faith Academy (Ala.) linebacker Shemar James got his first chance to meet the new-look Florida Gators coaching staff led by coach Billy Napier. James originally committed to Florida over the summer when the staff was led by former head coach Dan Mullen. He backed off of that pledge at one point but rejoined the Gators shortly after Napier was hired, and this visit allowed the recruit to get to know his new coaches on a personal level.
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Priority Florida Gators DB Target Jacoby Mathews Recaps Official Visit

The Florida Gators' extensive push for the talented Louisiana-based safety Jacoby Mathews reached its peak during his official visit to Gainesville this weekend. Mathews, who is ranked as the No. 5 safety in the class of 2022 by Sports Illustrated All-American, shared his thoughts on the weekend and where Florida stands in his recruitment with AllGators Sunday.
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LSU Drops Battle On Road At Florida, 73-72

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The LSU Women’s Basketball team fell Sunday in Gainesville to Florida, 73-72, in Exactech Arena as Florida won its fifth game in a row. “It was a game where they started out tougher, more physical guarding us,” said LSU Head Coach Kim Mulkey. “We hung in there. We battled. I thought Khayla Pointer almost single handedly won the game for us.”
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Three things we learned from LSU women's basketball upset loss vs Florida

Coach Kim Mulkey's 650th career win will have to wait for another game as LSU women's basketball was upset against Florida in a 73-72 loss Sunday at the Extratech Arena in Gainesville, Florida. The Tigers (17-3, 5-2 SEC) fell behind early to the Gators (15-5, 5-2) and found themselves in a back-and-forth battle for much of the game. An inability to stop the Florida offense late proved to be costly. ...
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Tight end Hayden Hansen commits to the Gators, breaks down official visit

The Gators have reeled in their tight end from the class of 2022, as three-star prospect Hayden Hansen just announced his commitment to the SEC program. Hansen, who spent this weekend in Gainesville for his official visit, was also committed to Billy Napier at Louisiana before reopening his recruitment on Nov. 28. He received the highly-coveted offer from the Gators on Saturday and then wasted little time pulling himself off the market.
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Vanderbilt basketball: Jerry Stackhouse says flat second half killed Commodores at Florida

As has been the case in recent seasons, a trip to Gainesville, Fla., resulted in another loss for Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon. The Commodores fell 61-42 at Florida, struggling on offense from start to finish and posting arguably their worst game of the season. Vanderbilt did not make a field goal in the final 10 minutes, 47 seconds of action, and no 'Dores scored more than seven points.
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In A Season Of Surprises, Gators Pull Off Perhaps Biggest Yet

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — It didn't matter that the final shot of the game, a 3-pointer at the buzzer by LSU star guard Khayla Pointer, dropped through the net and counted. It didn't matter that Tigers coach Kim Mulkey, a longtime headliner in women's college basketball, stepped onto the court Sunday afternoon at Exactech Arena/O'Connell Center with 635 more career victories than Gators interim head coach Kelly Rae Finley.
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Florida Gators basketball seeks fourth straight SEC win, faces busy schedule on the road

Florida coach Mike White, who played his four years of collegiate basketball at Ole Miss, always anticipates the matchup with his alma mater. Alongside former teammates Jason Harrison, Jason Smith and Keith Carter, White helped lead the Rebels to their first NCAA Tournament victory in 1999 after two prior one-and-done trips — a moment the program still hasn’t forgotten nearly 23 years later.
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Gators Down No. 11 LSU for Fifth-Straight SEC Victory

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Picking up their second top-25 victory in as many attempts, Florida women's basketball pushed their win streak to five games after defeating No. 11 LSU, 73-72, on Sunday afternoon in Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. In a game in which neither team led...
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Competitive Cheer Wins Regionals

Congratulations to our competitive cheer team. The girls have been working hard this season and look forward to bringing home a state championship in Gainesville on February 1st.
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Joshua Thomson official as Director of Football Operations

A little bit of an anticipated announcement came Friday evening as Florida head coach Billy Napier announced the hiring of Joshua Johnson as Florida’s director of football operations. Coach Johnson was seen next to Napier at a basketball game in Gainesville a couple of weeks ago. Thompson comes to...
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