On Tuesday, the #22 Missouri Tigers (14-4, 3-2) came from behind to claim a 71-65 home win over the…
Gators Roll Tigers On The Road 83-53
On Saturday afternoon in Gainesville, the #10/9 Florida Gators (14-2, 4-0) dominated the #17/16 Missouri Tigers (13-4, 2-2) from start to finish for an 83-52 win in front of a sold out crowd. Florida was excellent on both ends of the court, and they demonstrated superior basketball intelligence to Missouri in virtually every phase of the game. As a result of their superior intelligent play, the Gators shot 59% from the field, and held Missouri to just 33% shooting. “Florida is an outstanding ball club, an experienced (team),” said Missouri Head Coach Frank Haith, following his team’s dismal performance. “We didn’t play very well. Our emotions are not right. We’ve got to do a better job of handling adversity. Within the game, we weren’t able to stay in the present. We let things affect us in a negative way.” Florida’s 6’2” 176-pound junior guard Scottie Wilbekin posted his first career double-double, with 13 points on 6 of 8 shooting, and 10 assists against 3 turnovers...
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