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Florida baseball game rained out: The Gators’ second game with Jacksonville was cancelled due to rain in Gainesville last night. The two teams will work to schedule a make-up date later in the season. Florida next hosts Miami this weekend for a three-game series. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)
GAME CANCELLED— Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) February 22, 2017
Tonight's game vs. Jacksonville has been rained out. We'll work on a makeup date, TBD. ☂️ pic.twitter.com/v4A0WwAMOp
Thoughts on the Gators’ 81-66 win over South Carolina: On KeVaughn Allen’s offensive game, Keith Stone finding his sea legs after enduring a viral illness with vertigo symptoms, and Devin Robinson’s defense. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
More on KeVaughn Allen’s big game against the Gamecocks: Allen had his second-best scoring performance of the season on Tuesday, but Mike White was impressed with his defensive work and rebounds. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Florida women’s basketball on the road against Tennessee: The Gators will play their 20th road game of the season tonight in Knoxville at 7:00 p.m. Florida hosts Georgia for their regular season finale on Sunday. (Kathy Cafazzo, Florida Gators)
Football recruiting: Florida has a shot with four-star OG Curtis Dunlap, whose family members would like to see him in orange and blue. Dunlap is a Florida native who attends IMG Academy, a school that the Gators have not yet enrolled a player from. (Note: IMG has only fielded a high school football team since 2013.) (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Belinda Woolcook and Ingrid Neel earn SEC weekly honors: Florida’s women tennis team swept the SEC weekly individual awards for the second week. Woolcook was named SEC Player of the Week while Neel got the nod as SEC Freshman of the Week. (Kathy Cafazzo, Florida Gators)
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