Florida's Keyontae Johnson, who was rushed to a hospital after collapsing Dec. 12, said he's "progressing & steadily making progress daily." He had been projected as a first-round NBA selection at the time but said Wednesday he will not enter the draft.
- 12/2W 76-69
- 12/3W 90-70
- 12/6W 86-40
- 12/1220L 83-71
- 12/30W 91-72
- 1/2W 83-79
- 1/5L 86-71
- 1/9L 76-58
- 1/12W 72-63
- 1/16L 72-69
- 1/196W 75-49
- 1/23W 92-84
- 1/27W 78-71
- 1/3011W 85-80
- 2/3L 72-66
- 2/1624L 75-64
- 2/20W 70-63
- 2/23W 74-57
- 2/27W 71-67
- 3/3L 72-70
- 3/7L 65-54
- 3/11W 69-63
- 3/12L 78-66
- 3/1910W 75-70
- 3/2115L 81-78
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Louisville announced Tuesday that former Florida guard Noah Locke has transferred to the program after an impressive perimeter shooting career with the Gators.
- Johnson won't enter NBA draft, returning to UF
- Guard Locke transfers from Florida to Louisville
- Florida lands 4th transfer in CSU's Fleming
- Penn St. top scorer Jones picks Florida in transfer
Florida landed its fourth transfer in two weeks on Monday in Charleston Southern guard Phlandrous Fleming Jr.
Guard Myreon Jones, who was Penn State's leading scorer this past season, announced his commitment to Florida on Wednesday.
UM-Kansas City's Brandon McKissic, the Summit League's defensive player of the year, is transferring to the Florida Gators.
Florida lost its sixth player in a little more than a week when guard Scottie Lewis declared his intention to enter the NBA draft.
Gators forward Omar Payne entered the transfer portal, becoming the fifth player to leave coach Mike White's program since the end of the season.
Florida big man Colin Castleton has entered his name in the NBA draft but said he will not hire an agent.
Forward Osayi Osifo announced plans to play elsewhere Friday, becoming the fourth player in three days to leave the program.
Losing guards Noah Locke and Ques Glover creates an even bigger backcourt hole for coach Florida Gators coach Mike White.
Jacksonville University hired Florida assistant Jordan Mincy as its head coach Thursday.
Florida sophomore Tre Mann has decided to declare for the NBA draft.
More top seeds look to defend their honor today in the 2021 NCAA tournament. Can Monday live up to the upset carnival that was Sunday's first half of the round of 32?
We're only in the round of 32, and March Madness feels extra mad. Sunday's action started with No. 1 Illinois going down to Loyola Chicago and saw No. 15 Oral Roberts advance.
Oral Roberts pulled off yet another upset to become just the second No. 15 seed in NCAA tournament history to advance to the round of 16, with an 81-78 victory over seventh-seeded Florida on Sunday night.
— Oral Roberts pulled off yet another upset to become just the second No. 15 seed in NCAA Tournament history to advance to the round of 16 with an 81-78 victory over Florida on Sunday night. No. 7 seed Florida 81-78 on Sunday night.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.
— Florida is heading to the second round for an eight straight NCAA Tournament appearance — and with arguably its best player on the bench as a de facto assistant coach.
Florida guard Tyree Appleby, the team's third-leading scorer, got stitches in his forehead after he was struck by an elbow during Friday's NCAA tournament game vs. Virginia Tech.
Florida opted to hold out sophomore forward Omar Payne for the Gators' NCAA tournament-opening win over Virginia Tech. Payne was ejected from the team's last game after elbowing a Tennessee player in the face.
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