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UF baseball stumbles in first road trip: The Gators suffered their first defeat of the very young 2019 season on Tuesday night in Tampa, falling 6-1 to host USF. Florida only managed two hits on the night, matching their season low from 2018. The bright spot for the Gators was junior college transfer Justin Alintoff, who hasn’t allowed a run so far in his early season appearances and tossed 2.2 scoreless innings against the Bulls. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)
Final: USF 6, #Gators 1— Florida Gators Baseball (@GatorsBB) February 20, 2019
We'll be back in Gainesville on Wednesday to face UNF at 6 p.m. at the Mac.
Early recruiting flip candidates: A look at which 2020 prospects, committed elsewhere, the Gators are still trying to pursue. (Blake Alderman, 247Sports)
What to expect from Todd Grantham’s second year defense: With Grantham staying in Gainesville, expectations are high. (Connor O’Gara, Saturday Down South)
Grantham’s back for now - but he won’t be forever: And that’s okay. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)
How will Florida’s o-line shake out?: What the starting rotation might look like in 2019. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)
UF swimming and diving opens 2019 SEC Championships with 800-free relay title: It’s the seventh straight for the Gators. Competition continues through Saturday. (Chad Smith, Florida Gators)
Men’s basketball preview - Florida vs. LSU: The Gators have a big challenge ahead of them tonight in Baton Rouge, as they take on the 21-4 Tigers - who have won 14 of their previous 15, including a buzzer beater over Kentucky last week. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)