The City That Never Sleeps witnesses a performance the Florida Gators will never forget
For a moment early Saturday morning in New York, Florida Gators junior point guard Chris Chiozza became the world's most famous man in the World's Most Famous Arena. That moment actually lasted less than two seconds as Chiozza briefly stood on the ...
Chiozza hits 3 at OT buzzer as Florida Gators beat Wisconsin Badgers in Sweet 16
Florida guard Chris Chiozza (11) puts up a last second 3-point shot to score the game-winning points against Wisconsin in overtime of an East Regional semifinal game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament, Saturday, March 25, 2017, at Madison ...
Florida Gators win pitching duel, shutout LSU
Deacon Liput put his right foot on third base and put his head down waiting for Craig Bell to tell him when to run. JJ Schwarz's (0-3) fly ball was held up by the wind but deep enough to plate Liput from third, giving the Florida Gators (15-8, 1-3 SEC ...
Gator freshman Gorjak Gak provides surprise support inside
Orlando Sentinel (blog)
Gorjok Gak's contribution to the Florida Gators postseason run is not easily noticeable, especially for those who simply look at box scores. Florida coach Mike White will be the first to tell anyone that the 6-foot-11 Australian freshman's play the ...
Steve Alford shoots down Indiana rumor: 'Staying at UCLA'
New York Post
Staying at UCLA. I am happy. Love it here,” Alford, an Indiana native, later told ESPN. “Have a great class coming in, and [a] brand-new practice facility. Obviously, I love my alma mater. Committed to UCLA. I am not going to talk to Indiana. I am ...
UCLA Student Allegedly Grabbed by Unidentified Man on Campus
NBC Southern California
A UCLA student reported Friday afternoon she was grabbed by an unidentified man near the Public Affairs Building in the central area of the campus. The incident happened around 1:30 p.m. after the student gave him directions to the men's restroom, ...
UCLA can't keep pace with Kentucky and is beaten at its own game in Sweet 16
Los Angeles Times
The team that had trampled others for nearly five months got overrun at the worst possible time, UCLA's defense picked apart in the second half by the same Kentucky players the Bruins had vanquished earlier this season. The third-seeded Bruins were no ...
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Instant analysis | Kentucky 86, UCLA 75
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – De'Aaron Fox scored 39 points and Malik Monk added 21 to help No. 2 seed Kentucky top third-seeded UCLA 86-75 at FedExForum on Friday and advance to the South Region final of the NCAA Tournament. Kentucky (32-5) will take on ...